VCCCI Vintage Care Rally 2023

Just like every year in Mumbai, the Vintage and Classic Car Club of India (VCCCI) conducted a rally of vintage cars and bikes this republic day, in association with the Western India Automobile Association (WIAA). These vehicles hold a lot of relevance, and also create awareness about the advent of motorcars, and two-wheelers. The rally startedContinue reading “VCCCI Vintage Care Rally 2023”

In Conversation with Masoom Parekh on Scuba Diving

Featured image above by BY LAURENT BALLESTA from here Scuba diving and the underwater world always excite me. While I have hardly scratched the surface and know very little about scuba diving, I was fortunate enough to work with a wonderful colleague, Masoom Parekh who has done around thirty-five dives so far and has a lotContinue reading “In Conversation with Masoom Parekh on Scuba Diving”

Lumix 24-105mm F4 Lens – Review and Test Shots

LENS REVIEW Lenses are expensive and we cannot afford all. This makes it all the more crucial to get some hands-on experience and useful insights from somebody who has used a lens over longer period and tested it in different conditions, not for the sake of a review, but actual day-to-day utilities and real satisfaction.Continue reading “Lumix 24-105mm F4 Lens – Review and Test Shots”

My First International Trip – Thailand

What would you expect from your first international trip? In my case, it was just the curiosity to explore a different country than mine to observe its geographical diversities, people, culture, roads, cities, markets and experience the food. From the automobile brands to the life of a commoner, I was curious like a small childContinue reading “My First International Trip – Thailand”

South Goa on a Weekend

This was a completely impromptu trip from Hyderabad to Goa in April this year with my parents and siblings. This was the first time ever I took my sister and parents to Goa on a real trip. Real because the last time my parents were in Goa, I was busy covering a destination wedding theContinue reading “South Goa on a Weekend”

Rajgir – The Pride of Bihar

The ancient city of Rajgir was the first seat of power in the kingdom of Magadha. Rajgir is the place where Lord Buddha spent 12 years and preached two sermons and Lord Vardhaman Mahavir (24th Jain Tirthankara) lived and preached. You can read more about the history of Rajgir here. Other than its rich historyContinue reading “Rajgir – The Pride of Bihar”

Kashmiriyat

We know Kashmir for many reasons and above all, for its pristine mountains, enchanting lakes and flavourful cuisines. Kashmir is also a melting pot of culture and traditions with a glimpse of not only India but also present-day China, Tibet, Central Asian cities, Afghanistan, and Iran due to its close cultural relations in the past.Continue reading “Kashmiriyat”

The Golkonda

This time when I visited the Golkonda Fort in Hyderabad I challenged myself not to take any regular touristy photos, and to have a different take on this historical monument I have visited many times. What did I change this time? I reached the moment the ticket counter opened for the public to avoid theContinue reading “The Golkonda”

Shades of Spring

Artist Statement Who doesn’t love to see the colours of spring in its myriad hues and chromatic vibrance? After all, colours evoke emotions and paint our world with feelings. However, this time when I took out my camera to shoot an everyday subject, as basic as a flower, I did not want to shoot theContinue reading “Shades of Spring”

Our First Car – Maruti Suzuki S-Cross

This February, our car, S-Cross completed its three months and here is the report card and a few pictures of our big boy!

Lucknow – The City of Nawabs

If you are in Patna, you have a very limited choice to plan a weekend trip outside the city. The first few names that come to mind are Rajgir and Bodhgaya in Bihar. However, if you have already been to these destinations, you should try exploring a few popular destinations in the neighbouring states. YouContinue reading “Lucknow – The City of Nawabs”