Timeless Pushkar

Pushkar, which means a blue lotus flower, is one of the oldest existing cities in India. A lotus flower is also the seat of Brahma, worshipped as the Creator by Hindus. Pushkar is a small holy town in Rajasthan, known for its lake, ghats, crafts, camel fair and the only Brahma temple in the world!…

Flavours of India

We associate food with its particular fragrance and there is a special aroma in a mix of finely chopped fresh mint, coriander, crunchy green chillies, onions & tomatoes, sprinkled with fresh lime juice and black salt, which reminds me of the sweet, tangy, spicy & flavorful Chaats (savoury snack) we devoured on the streets, in India as kids. My trip to…

Weekly Photo Challenge : Color

This week’s photo challenge is on COLOR. I love color and enjoy playing with it in my daily work, life & therapy. My interest in color brought about the name of my blog, Color odyssey – my adventures & experiences with color. I hope you enjoy this vibrant journey through MY lens 🙂 Colors of…

Colors of India

Today is the festival of Holi in India, so Happy Holi everyone! 🙂 Holi is a Hindu festival that welcomes Spring and is celebrated by splashing colors on each other! It’s a fun and vibrant festival where family and friends get together and ‘play’ Holi. I was in India for a few months earlier and…

Ko Similan : A virgin beauty

My first snorkeling experience really opened my eyes to the exquisite world under water. It’s an indescribable feeling, being there in the water with all the fish, sharing their space and be able to touch the beautiful corals. Since I don’t know swimming, it took me a while to get used to the idea that I would…

Racha : A little piece of paradise

Having lived on the plains & hills of north India most of my life, I’d always wanted to experience living on a beach, where I could fall asleep and wake up to the sound of the ocean. A holiday in Goa is the closest I got, before I moved to Singapore 4 years back and went on…