Travel Inspiration

When I was in school, a chapter in Hindi explained the geographical diversity of India. If I remember correctly, the chapter said the country can be broad classified into three major parts: Firstly, from the foothills of Himalayas to the Deccan plateau region, second from the Deccan plateau region to the northern bank of the Krishna River and the third from the Krishna River to the Indian Ocean.

The description I learned then, stuck a deep chord into my subconscious mind. Being a Southie (the born-and-brought-up-in-Mumbai types), the need or reason to explore any area as a tourist above the northern banks of Krishna River was never really a choice or an option. As a child, I had the privilege of visiting few of the southern states like Tamil Nadu, and Karnataka, many times over.

But after my marriage to my very “nature” loving husband, I got myself a wonderful and a very well informed companion who made my travels to the unexplored side of this amazing country worthwhile. Through this travelogue through I intend to keep the memories of the numerous joyrides that I have enjoyed in my life.

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