Saturday, June 6

Author: Rajat

A passionate writer, who loves coffee, reading, writing, sketching, painting and travelling, he writes articles on a wide range of topics.
From Train to Bus
Travel

From Train to Bus

So, from the railway station, the train moved after with 10 minutes. I was told that we were not going in reversed compartment. I was little surprised that such a long journey that too without any reservation. Now the train started to move slowly. There was no space to get inside the train. I along with many others managed to put one foot over the footboard while my rest of the body was hanging out side. I anyhow caught the handle at the door and made myself stick to it. Same others did. That day, I saw the mutualism as well as democracy. People were helping each other to get into the train. I have been a regular train commuter, as I used to commute from my home to Gurgaon during first semester of college but always noticed that people wanted to rush inside pulling others outside. But here...
From Unplanned to the Never Planned
Travel

From Unplanned to the Never Planned

Nepal Diary is a whole lot story of unplanned events. Some events were so amazing and we experienced the things which were never planned that some moments, things would turn out this way. So what happened and what was this from unplanned to never planned events? Here I have described the things at best of my memories. Though not completely, still I try to remember every little detail and will sketch out the description. Here it goes from Unplanned to the Never Planned! I was all alone sitting in my room. The clock showed 9 in the morning. I was still in the bed, as it was really cold outside and wanted to sleep more due to tiring work of previous night. Soon, a friend Dinesh called me up on my phone. He asked me to recharge his mobile phone as he was going somewhere. I said okay and we...
Summer Spark with Chilled Fruit Liquids
Travel

Summer Spark with Chilled Fruit Liquids

FoodRavel brings you the summer's "Juice - Junction" where people beat the heat and enjoy drinking ice - chilled fruit juice. The summers have approached. The sun is at its worst and making everything burn. Delhi is specially known for its "Garmi" and "Sardi" (summer and winter). When its hot, its damn hot and when its cold, it chills bones. So, the months of summer here in the national capital are so burning that people fear to step out of their homes. What is more scaring is the way the sky showers the heat on the earth. Its like you are standing next to a kiln. The life style is highly influenced by the weather one lives in. Dressing style is too a part of it. So why does the food and travel has to be left behind in the category. Food and travelling is also impacted by the climate one ...