While backpacking in the Bhagsunag area of Mcleod Ganj, India, this stringed-instrument (Sarangi) player caught my eye. Dressed in a traditional Rajasthani attire, he played the tunes of god, while I sat there listening with rapt attention.
Title: By the Phewa Lake Location: Pokhara, Nepal Clicked on a beautiful overcast evening while cycling around the beautiful Phewa Lake of Pokhara, Nepal. SR Travel Tip: Two things are a must while you’re at Pokhara– An early morning ride to the Sarangkot , and Cycling around the periphery of the Phewa Lake. Absolute Bliss! -Vibhav Want toContinue reading “SlowRover Snapshots #1”
Starting tomorrow, 10th of August, SlowRover will publish a series of awesome one-off photographs from our travels. These snapshots will be accompanied by a small fact sheet that will reveal more details about the respective shots!
I wanted to ask the inevitable, “but” or “so what happened?” But he sensed my hesitation and added “a week before our wedding, she realized, she didn’t love me anymore.” I gave him a quizzical look, because either he was taking me for a fool or this was some Bollywood romantic gone sour.
I don’t remember my childhood. Nothing except the smell of the monsoon rains, right before they lashed onto the verandah. Me, the solitary crawler, both enchanted and perplexed by a sudden downpour, would rush indoors to the safety of my mother’s lap. Such memories are vague, rather loosely etched on my mind. But the smellContinue reading “Petrichor- The Smell of Childhood”