Tag: Tibet

The Dharamsala Series, Part I: Of Faith And Love

“I like the mountains because they make me feel small. They help me sort out what’s important in life,” someone once said. Honestly, I couldn’t agree more. With so many changes that have taken place in my life in the last year, this year is all about settling in and rediscovering myself. I promised myself

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Bhagwaan Ke Pakwaan: Of Understanding Food and Faith

In the times of a thousand distractions, it is rare for me to finish a book at one go, let alone read it twice. Bhagwaan ke Pakwaan by Devang Singh and Varud Gupta managed to not only held my steady attention, but had me intrigued in a way that only the choicest favourites have ever managed

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Delhi’s Hidden Gem: Majnu Ka Tila

The first thing that comes to mind after entering the colony (and that too every time) is “Hello Dharamshala!” An absolutely beautiful maze like place, which is the home to the sweetest people in the town, is always a delight to be at. It is decorated with vibrant prayer flags that have a different texture

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