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Tweet I was amazed by the sheer size of the Chittorgarh Fort. The place was immense. I was told the area of the fort is 700 acres and it would take 3 days if I wanted to see it properly. Chittorgarh Fort is also one of the living forts where people have their homes, though [...]

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Tweet Sunrise at Angkor Wat If I do not do anything else today, my day has been made. I went out of schedule to visit Angkor Wat at sunrise. My day started at 4.30 am. I had my umbrella with me. I was determined to go, come rain or sunshine! The rain gods were mildly [...]

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Tweet This week’s sky watch is from the Qutub Minar complex in Delhi. Qutub Minar is a UNESCO world heritage site as well. And while you are reading this I would be traveling to Lakshman Sagar in Pali, Rajasthan. So be prepared for new stories and more skies. I have been anyway rummaging my file [...]

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Tweet On our recent trip to Qutub Minar it was Chhavi who created all the whirl and the wind and I was simply caught in it! When there is a UNESCO World Heritage Site like Qutub Minar in the vicinity it gets ignored. The last time I was there was when my nephews, Brat 1 [...]

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Tweet Chhavi and I visited Qutub Minar in Delhi today. It was a whirl wind tour where Chhavi created all the whirl and I hardly had any time to take pictures. She removed her shoes and ran around the entire place. My head is still spinning after the trip so the detailed account will follow tomorrow!

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Tweet I had a few spare days in Kathmandu when I trekked to the Everest Base Camp in May 2012. While going to the trek I refused to venture out anywhere as I was just too tired and I wanted to complete the trek first. But on the return I was persuaded by Puru (the owner [...]

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