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Dalhousie is a very unique and beautiful hill station in Chamba district, Himachal Pradesh. This tiny tinsel town seemed like paradise when I looked it over the internet and, so I decided to visit this place with my friends. We did not have a lot of time so, we kept the trip short and that is why deciding what places to visit in Dalhousie was a tough one. I think that 3 days are enough…

So, I recently discovered this part of the city and Dear god am I surprised! I’m just so stoked about it because when I searched about the blogs on places to eat in Vikaspuri, nothing much showed up. And I’ll be damned if I take this food hub for granted. First of all, it should be called Momo hub of the city because there are just so many amazing shops that serve unique and lip-smacking…

So amid all the noisy and lousy lounges in Punjabi Bagh, there lies a top-notch cafe that has 5 star quality in everything. The whole point of their cafe/bar seems to be a little different from all of the places there. When I went there, I absolutely wasn’t expecting what I experienced. Even the owners of that place make sure that each and every guest gets personal attention from them. This is a perfect place…

Isn’t it a rare & beautiful feeling when you explore something unexplored? When you reach a destination and see that you and your friends are the only ones there? When you see a place which is not yet commercialized and littered by tourists? Sach Pass is a 4,420-metre-high mountain pass in Chamba District, Himachal Pradesh on the Pir Panjal Range of the Himalayas which is not yet devoured by the cringe-worthy crowd! The pass is…

Is shopping ever complete without eating loads of good food at the end? or in my case, starting with it. Didn’t think so. 😉 Kamla Nagar market is one of the most chittering markets in Delhi where you can get everything from clothes to accessories to footwear to absolutely lip-smacking food. But the thing that tops off an already good thing in this case would be the affordable prices. The motto of the market seems…

All in all, who doesn’t love a fancy and extravagant dinner at an instagrammable restaurant? they don’t consider it the most instagrammable restaurant in India for nothing, I finally became acquainted with what the fuss was about. I got a little bit of everything that I’ve never tried in my life before and my experience really was plumazing. AMBIANCE Each and every corner of this place was as beautiful as it can get. They had…

Let me say those three magical words to you – BLUE PINE RESORT!When someone asks me what the best part of my Lansdowne trip was, I tell them about this resort. I get surprised every time I think of my time back in Lansdowne because even after so much sightseeing, this resort holds the best of the memories for me. My pupils turn into little hearts every time I think about Blue pine resort and…

A luxurious restaurant with fine dining and authentic Punjabi and Mughlai cuisine. Sandoz is one heaven of a place for those who love North Indian food with all their heart. I’ve always been skeptical about North Indian food, so when I say that they’ve got the best of it, then you can trust me. The best thing about this place is that it’s an all-age community restaurant. Whether you have a special family dinner, friends…

I’m so tired of hearing everyone say that Connaught Place only has expensive cafes and restaurants. It was high time and I thought why not make a blog on the pocket-friendly eateries/cafes of Connaught Place. So, here goes a list of cafes and restaurants that are so easy on your pocket that even after eating your heart out, your pockets would still be jingling. #ASHERY This is a cute and cosy little cafe that has…

Nepal is one place that I’d recommend everyone to add in their bucket lists. I’ve been there once, but I kinda want to go there again. Partly, because the first time, I couldn’t do some stuff that I really wanted to do. Nepal is an epic country with a little of this, a little of that, and home to a lot of beautiful Buddhist stupas, shrines and temples. And oh, the historical architecture, it made…