India is most widely known as the seventh largest country in the world, the largest democracy or the second most populous country in the world.

Politically it is referred to as a sovereign, socialist, secular, democratic republic in the preamble of the Indian Constitution. But to the one billion Indians, we just know it as HOME.

When my husband and I decide to explore the country (at our own pace, of course), we expected two neighboring states and cities to be the same, but that was far from the truth! And that is the beauty of nature, she knows to use her Pandora’s box with utter perfection.

What  I realised as I enjoyed many travel adventures with my beloved husband, is the difference between being a tourist and a permanent resident. As a tourist you don’t take the place for granted and decide to enjoy every scene that your journey presents to you. You don’t remember to do that when you are grounded at a single place, making life extremely mundane, a mere chore to be done mechanically.

What I wish to share, is a river of memories. Hope you enjoy reading these adventures as I relive my glorious travel days!

1 Comment

  1. Ravi Salian said,

    July 23, 2009 at 12:31 PM

    I like the way you write all your blogs. Its detailed examination of nature I would say, on second thought the text is very compulsive which kept me busy while reading. And I love the your style and text usage that grabs my attention. I would say its a package where a reader can fix his / her time span to read and visualise the loaction as an episode of a TV serial.

    A request to the author: please also write about the myths and facts regarding the places they visit….I wish Best of luck and best of health to both of them so that they could explore more of India and describe all their memories and experiences with the readers…

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