Rugged Lunar Landscape. Serene & Spiritual

The barren brown Himalayas echoing the sound of stillness transports you into a world where it’s just you and your thoughts.

An unbelievable landscape—bare, barren and brown, devoid of any vegetation. Filled with emptiness. Inspiring awe. Where winds chime the music of loneliness and as you drive along the serpentine road you feel as if you have reached the last human frontier. With gurgling streams for the company, un-spoilt vista, which is home to pacifist Buddhist religion and hardy people.

Life is tough and moves at a leisurely pace inseparable with the nature. From mountaineering to trekking to “cliff-hanging” road trips there is a lot you can do. Or may be, if you are so inclined, you can even spend your time doing nothing. But whatever option you may choose to exercise rest assured that you will go back with an experience that you will always look upon with nostalgia.

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Insignificantly Significant


Play football with little monks in Ladakh

Interacting with the inhabitants of the Rizong, watching them go about their daily chores or for that matter just being with them is an experience that stays with you.

What turns the day into a moment of spectacular memories is the chance to play football with the young monks in a stark barren landscape. Often as you would pause to catch your breath you would not help but wonder at the contrast between the rock solid earth and the playfulness of the life.

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Experience India


What was formerly the residence of the mother of the 14th Dalai Lama, Dekyi Tsering has now been turned into a quaint guest house.

A place not far from the hub of McLeodganj in Dharamshala it is now being managed jointly by Rinchen Khando Choegyal, the Dalai Lama’s sister-in-law and Tenzin Choegyal, the youngest of his four brothers.

Staying here is like living the tenets of Buddhism imbibing its simplicity while getting closer to the ideal Buddha had prescribed Click Here to know more.


Know Your Advisor

An expert of all experts. Specialising in Central Asian History and a teaching stint at Harvard University along with a number of scholarly books on the subject, Dr. Siddiq Wahid is a resident of Ladakh and a Tibetan by birth.

His father was a part of the entourage in which Dalai Lama fled to India. He intersperses his academic orientation with inspiring human tales Click Here


An Ocean of Immensity


Ardha Kumbha Mela, Allahabad January 2019

As the surging humanity along with esoteric Sadhus crushing each other’s bodies reach for the morning bath at the confluence where three holy rivers—Ganga, Yamuna and the mythical Saraswati meet, it takes the Mela (Festival) held every 12 years to a new crescendo.

To explore the legend of Kumbha Mela, the melodramatic saga of fight between Gods and Demons for the holy elixir and to witness the triumph of faith
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Open up to a New World


Far far away from the civilization, a world ensconced in its own shell where life literally stands still.

Yes, that’s Mustang situated in one of the hard to reach corners of Nepal. The landscape is eerie, the people are friendly and reaching there takes its own time involving a leisurely trek that can take up to 9 days.

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A journey into India which offer a fascinating mixture of the traditional and the modern, the exotic and the practical, the mystical and the cultural. High on experiences, amazing story-telling and the most stunning stay options, this journey is the best travel experiences for a 1st time traveller. Click Here

Soi @ World

As a tiny landlocked kingdom situated in the Himalayas, Bhutan straddles a place in the world that in many way is very special.

First and foremost, it is literally a zero pollution country and the ban on plastics and littering make it one of the tidiest places.

Second, the country’s emphasis on Gross National Happiness as a development indicator also perhaps has no parallel.

Thirdly, the belief in Buddhism has led to efflorescence of a culture that’s both colourful and sublime. And most of all is its captivating scenic beauty making Bhutan as one of the most beautiful destinations.

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