I had an interesting morning today cycling around Old Delhi guided by Arkash of Delhi by Cycle tour. Seeing a city by cycle was a great incentive by itself and was fun. But I ended up with a case of the Paris Shock Syndrome because of the state of filth of the city, even theContinue reading “Delhi By Cycle”
No matter how many times I have heard about Taj Mahal, it’s startling how big it really is. It’s amazing that it is built on top of water wells and special wood because the wet wood makes it resistant to vibrations and hence earthquake-resistant. Of course, Shah Jahan didn’t anticipate that subsequent generations will destroyContinue reading “Taj Mahal”
After our previous flying fox / zipline experience, we were looking forward to the 6-zipline Flying Fox experience in the Mehrangarh Fort at Jodhpur and we were not disappointed, it was a picturesque location and the exciting ziplines went over water, fort walls and across the blue city scenery, ranging from 80m to 310m inContinue reading “Flying Fox in Jodhpur”
We had an interesting camel ride and fantastic night in the Thar Desert, thanks to Trotters, Jaisalmer, Rajasthan.
I invested a small contribution of Rs. 5000 for the Tamenglong-Haflong Road, India’s first crowd-funded road connecting Assam, Manipur and Nagaland.
I’m astounded on how popular Whatsapp really is – here are some amazing examples and some wild guesses on why it is popular.
A passionate excerpt from the “How I braved Anu Aunty and made a million-dollar company” brought out wonderful nostalgia.
Thanks to my wife, who converted the book from Mediawiki syntax to Pandoc format, readers can now enjoy the book in their iBooks or Kindle, etc.