Home to the Tibetan Government in Exile, Dharamsala in the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh, is amazing in so many different ways. A long weekend in the UAE, cheap flight tickets and an intoxicated conviction, led a bunch of us to this place.
Doors slamming, love-making, ignoring each other, pacing footsteps, contemplating the end, being lonely, desiring solitude, life, death and doors unlocked - so much happens behind closed doors. But when seen from the outside, the perspective of a passerby, it all seems so quaint and meaningless. This is our very own paradise, our castles dangling precariously…Read more Castles in the Sky
I am an Indian expatriate in Dubai. I know what you’re thinking! And you’re probably partially right. While my job and life keeps me on the newer side of this city, I am constantly drawn to places where it all started. These photographs were clicked during an afternoon stroll in old Dubai. Multi-national crowds, ancient…Read more The Souqs and Streets of Old Dubai
Every year, I hear the mountains calling. Last year, it was Dharamsala, the monsoon soaked home of the Dalai Lama. This is not about my trip to Dharamsala; but the drive back to Amritsar. On one of Punjab's main highways, I found glimpses of a world that lives by, and thrives with the constant sound…Read more Highway Highlights