A selfie with Kashi

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This city has sheltered a civilization for four thousand years. In 2016, we decided to find out how the great granddad of ‘metro’ cities is doing in the age of smart living. A humble attempt to pen down the experience picked up from the streets of Varanasi. An attempted selfie, which smart phones or camera cannot take. Not just a travelogue.

Garh Panchkot Circuit Tour

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Tourist places across Purulia got two major circuits to cover – Ajodhya and Garh Panchkot. We visited Ajodhya circuit in December, 2016 but had to wait for the Garh Panchkot circuit tour till March, 2017… Continue reading

Geneva

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Some two years ago, I got a chance to work and stay in Netherlands. First time abroad, had lots of excitement and totally took advantage of the situation. What I did? Travelled, a… Continue reading

Mount Fuji

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Mount Fuji has attracted the imagination of adventurers, artists and common people for centuries. Trekking this iconic mountain was an enchanting experience for me. As I trekked alone, I had some unique experiences and interactions with the fellow travellers. Here is a brief description of the trek.

Ghatshila

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The allotted work-load was over after a hectic week. So, I planned for a long-awaited weekend trip to Ghatshila. It was long-awaited as it is one of the easiest and nearest tourist destinations… Continue reading

Guwahati

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In January 2010, I went to Guwahati to attend a winter workshop in IIT Guwahati. IIT Guwahati (IITG) is located on the northern banks of Brahmaputra and has series of hills and vast open spaces on others.… Continue reading

Pondicherry

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This Pondicherry trip was long due. We had been planning this trip since Tirthankar’s return from Europe. I had been warning about the summer of TamilNadu and wanted to go before March. So, when… Continue reading

Hooghly

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Due to becoming allergic to crowd day-by-day, I choose to spend my 2016 puja vacations at my sister’s place at Naihati. It is a suburb in Kolkata outskirts right beside the Ganges. I was no-more-crazy for… Continue reading

Ajodhya Circuit Tour

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A lot can happen over a cup of coffee! To celebrate the new year’s eve in an economic fashion a research scholar can afford, we decided a short gateway to Ajodhya. It was… Continue reading

Sandakphu

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It was the puja vacation of 2009 when we planned for Sandakphu trek. We were a group of six members: myself, Subhomoy, Jonathan, Koushik, Bobon and Anirban. We were inexperienced and excited, but we were allowed to do… Continue reading