I started my travel blog in 2005 on my first trip to India. Now, it’s undergone another stage of evolution with a new theme & updated look!
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Chocolate tacos, be yourself and find your dreams: These are some of my favourite moments from TBEX 12, the travel bloggers conference.
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In honour of the Jaipur Literature Festival, here’s an article I wrote about my afternoon with four delightful Indo-Canadian writers: Jasmine D’Costa, Mayank Bhatt, Niranjana Iyer and Farzana Doctor.
My sixth anniversary post: I landed in Delhi, India for the first time on Dec. 6, 2005. This post is about how I became a travel writer and blogger by throwing myself off the cliff of reason.
Here are my top tips for getting started as a travel blogger – from hosting to choosing a niche to the importance of using images.
Subcontinental Divide Indians tend to be very sensitive about how their country and culture are portrayed in the media. They seem to be especially critical of writers who practice, often unknowingly, ethnocentricity and cultural imperialism.* And they are not shy about voicing their criticisms. I don’t blame them. But I am sympathetic to writers, too, who […]
A while I ago, I wrote a blog post that listed my Top 10 Books on India (thus far). This is the second installment in my series, Books I love about India.
Classics, prize winners, histories about India Just before the news broke about the terror attacks in Mumbai, I was going to write about my favourite Indian books and books about India. Ironically, one of my top picks is Maximum City by Suketu Mehta, an incredibly well-researched and well-written book about Bombay. Having recently read that […]
10 Favourite spiritual books Personally, I think spirituality is the most private and personal aspect of human life — even more than sex and salary. So, I would never presume to make a list of spiritual books without qualifying the criteria: Here are 10 of the most spiritually influential books to me. In other words, […]