Chottogram.. food and people :)

I would love to write this post in Bengali, but most of  my readers will not understand,  so here is your truly writing in universal language ! Bangladesh is close to my heart, because it has been my ancestors' home. They eat like us, talk like us , feel like us and speak my mother... Continue Reading →


Musée d’Art et d’Histoire, Geneva

Musée d’Art et d’Histoire is one of the prominent museum of Geneva with more than 23000 objects in collection. It is also the largest art gallery in the city of Geneva situated near the Old Town . Thematically categorized and separated collections are displayed in an area of 7,000 square meters. As a solo traveller and first timer... Continue Reading →

Patan Durbar square, Nepal

Patan is  located about 5 km south of Kathmandu, on the southern side of the Basmati River and is the third largest city of Nepal. It is  also one of 3 royal cities in the Kathmandu valley. It comes under Lalitpur District , the name of which means city of beauty. It is probably one of... Continue Reading →


Swayambhunath , Kathmandu

  Swayambhunath ,considered  as the most sacred among Buddhist pilgrimage sites, is an ancient religious architecture atop a hill in the Kathmandu Valley.  The literal  meaning of the name means arising from itself in Sanskrit. Also the local Nepali language calls it as Singgu, meaning 'self-sprung'. If you are tripping Nepal, this is one of the must-not-miss   destination ..... Continue Reading →


Trekking @ Nandidurga ..

Nandidurga is a hill fortress in Karnataka state , which is around 61 km from Bengaluru city. The name of the hill has many stories, I like the one where it came from " Ananda Giri" meaning The Hill of Happiness. If you are travelling Bangalore and want to go away from the hustle and bustle... Continue Reading →


Casa Amatller and Casa Batlló, Barcelona

Casa Amatller  is a building in Barcelona along with adjacent Casa Batlló  and both are important tourist spot in Catalonia. While the first one is  designed by  Josep Puig  i Cadafalch, the latter is designed by the famous Barcelonian architect Gaudi. Along with  Casa Lleo Morera , they  make up the three most important buildings in Barcelona's famous... Continue Reading →


Notre Dame, Paris

Notre Dame is the one place in Paris I really liked. Luckily it was cleaner , no beggar bumped on us, no push seller disturbed us. I really appreciated that.    The cathedral is built on  French Gothic architecture, and it is among  most well-known church buildings in the world. The naturalism of its sculptures and... Continue Reading →


Siegestor, Munich

    Munich is the heart of Bavaria and lot to offer to a traveler. I loved the city on my first visit and explored more in the 2nd. Pieces of history are lying around and if you have eyes, you don't even need to pay to pick them up. The Siegestor or the Victory Gate is a three-arched triumphal... Continue Reading →


Sagrada Famillia, Barcelona

Sagrada Famillia is regarded by many to top of the list of the tourist attractions in Barcelona. And it is indeed a place you don't want to miss during your visit to Catalonia.   Front and side view of the church. Sagrada familia is the architectural master piece of the famous catalonian architect Antoni Gaudi. Though there are... Continue Reading →


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