Manali, Himachal Pradesh The only place where I like lots of people around me is a club. A crowded floor full of drunken people is the perfect setting to dance for someone like me who has got two left feet. But when traveling, I like to go to lesser-known places with fewer people around. That’s the only reason why I haven’t been to any of the famous tourist places like Shimla, Nainital, Dalhousie and such, in spite of having crossed these places many times on my way to higher Himalayas in Uttarakhand and Himachal Pradesh. Manali was one such place which I had crossed many times but never really explored, until my recent trip to Sethan Valley. Let’s Stay in Manali I wasn’t very keen on staying in Manali, but my friend Gogol insisted. And I’m so glad that she made me step out of my comfort zone of lesser-known…

Alsalpha, Mumbai, Maharashtra

Mumbai’s Own Little Italy

Asalpha, Mumbai From the beginning of our history, art has been a well-adopted form of communication. Though the makers of history switched between paintbrushes and typewriters, the motive of highlighting a cause didn’t change. Irrespective of taking various forms, shapes…