'Mishti'...Doesn't this word sound magical to your ears? Trust us, it tastes even more heavenly and can tempt your soul. The favourite word of all Bengalis is 'Mishti' and its their favourite type of food too. No offence 🙂 No points for guessing, 'Mishti' is the term used for sweets in Bengal. West Bengal is renowned for its… Continue reading Sweets from the sweetest part of India!
John Muir rightly said, "The clearest way into the Universe is through a forest wilderness." So to give clarity to our creative blocks we decided to pay a visit to the mighty Kaziranga National Park. Why Kaziranga? Because it is nearer, budget friendly and takes lesser time to reach from our side of the world. The first mention of Kaziranga National… Continue reading 10 Reasons Why Kaziranga National Park should be on your bucket list
“Thousands of candles can be lighted from a single candle, and the life of the candle will not be shortened. Happiness never decreases by being shared.” Buddha Bhutan seems to completely follow this Buddhist spiritual value and is the only country in the whole wide world to use Gross Domestic Happiness (GDH) as an index to measure… Continue reading We love this happy country (And you should, too!)- Bhutan
Confucius enjoys a great location being situated in the central area of G.S.Road in Guwahati which offers it a lot of casual passerby guests apart from the regulars. Although this restaurant has ordinary exteriors, it's good interiors, wide space and dim lighting gives a cozy feeling. They serve both Chinese and Thai and it has been… Continue reading Confucius Guwahati – One of the best Chinese in the city
Byepass Dhaba is centrally located on EM Byepass near Science City in Kolkata. The place has huge parking space, great lighting and average decor. The restaurant is spacious and does not seem like people are bumping into each other or staring at other's food. Staff is courteous and portions served is ok. We had ordered for… Continue reading Dhaba in the middle of the city.
Who goes camping during the festivals in India? We Indians have always been renowned for celebrating festivities with families. True, very true. But last year during Holi (March 2016), we decided to give the family affairs a miss and joined a group who was going for a 3 days- 3 night’s camp to Sirkabad, Purulia to celebrate… Continue reading Rangotsav in Purulia
This blog is going to be a little different from the previous ones as this is the last one for 2016. Bidding Adieu to 2016 is both happy and sad as this year has been like a roller-coaster ride. On a few days, we would jump on our bed feeling straight out of dreams and on others;… Continue reading 2017 – When & Where to Go in India!