India is a country of vast contrasts. From the snow capped mountains to the pristine seashores, from dusty plains to the rugged deserts, India has something to offer for everyone. Thousands come to India to experience the culture and the civilization that is almost 2000 years old.

Travelling has always been my passion but I never go to explore the Wanderlust in me. My dad was in the Indian Railways which meant free travel until the age of 21. But those travels were limited to Kerala which was my native place. Then when tragedy stuck 4 years ago in the form of demise of my parents, travel became the only source of my fight with depression along with a few well wishers in the form of friends.

Though I love to write, I had never taken blogging seriously, until one day I came across a random blog which chronicled daily activities of the author. That’s how the blogging bug bit me. Easier said than done, with numerous starts and stops, I started off with Wanderlust. My 7th attempt at writing a blog 🙂

Wanderlust is a showcase of the trips that I’ve taken so far.. Solo and otherwise. Some of these are within the mega city of Mumbai while others are beyond the city limits. Hope I can continue documenting my adventures and mis-adventures in this blog.

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The Old Lady’s shoe at Hanging Gardens, Malabar Hill
The Iconic Gateway of India
Symbol of Indian Pride and Hospitality World Wide.. Taj Mahal Palace, Colaba

Let’s build something together.