Goa, the place where I reborn and most likely I have some past connection 😀 A never ending adventure and exploration. It’s been 2 years since I am exploring Goa and realized, Goa is only a tiny land on a map. In real, Goa is mystery land with lush greens and blue ocean. Goa is more than a cheap booze, sea food and casinos. Goa is more than scam drugs and Russians. Goa is more than a loud music and all night club parties. Goa is one of the little paradise on earth which every 5 kms the language changes. Goa is full of mystery, history and mind blowing architectures. Goan Spices is something we never talk about. Goa’s list of beaches comprises of 54 beautiful beaches. Goa is more than Calangute, Baga, Vagator, Anjuna, Miramar, Colva, Palolem and Arambol beaches. Start explore Goa like never before!! Take the ferry ride, go to other island, eat local, travel in bus, shop at local fish market, take a train from Madgaon to Karmali, go fishing at Baga River, and much much more. In past 2 years, I manage to find around 50+ Hidden Gems in Goa (still need to tick off many!) including some cute hideout places you never thought existed, where you can be grateful of being alive. Spend some quality time with your best pals, your family. Be close to nature. Chill out. Eat grilled fish; have chilled beer. Witness magical sunset every day. Wash away your problems. Start afresh 🙂 Continue reading “GOA – the mysterious and unique coastland of India.”
Courtyard by Marriott Ahmedabad, a chain of Marriott International is a mid-priced range of hotels designed specially for business travelers but also accommodates families. The Luxury Business Hotel is located on a busy street of Ramdevnagar area in Satellite. Easy access to public transportation 24/7.
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EVENTS, CONFERENCE AND MEETINGS:
It is common knowledge that organizing any business meeting or events is far from an easy task. Time and Planning with great resources are the major key for success. Continue reading “Courtyard Marriott Ahmedabad – Luxury Business Hotel.”
It’s October 10th today and yesterday Ahmedabad has created a history as Canadian Singer-Songwriter, Bryan Adam performed live for the first time at Sardar Patel Stadium. With more than one lac people joined and the highest ticket value of appx 1lac for the round tables sold off. Amazing!! Western World are celebrating autumn and from today Ahmedabad people are all set to celebrate the world’s longest traditional dance festival of Navratri for the next 9 days. The Gujju’s Sunburn festival which surely should be on your list 🙂 Ahmedabad always have something great to offer for every age. Undoubtedly magical in every corner. Be it architecture or food or tradition. Let’s explore the other side of Ahmedabad!! Don’t pack your cameras yet buddy 😀 Continue reading “Look Ahmedabad beyond it’s famous Fafda, Khaman and Dhokla – PART II”
For an instance, you might feel like Ahmedabad does even have a happening life?? The Gujju’s who only keep hogging on fafda, khakhra, undhiyu, khaman, thepla and dhokla. It’s a walled city and Gujarat is a dry state. Well let me tell you this buoy, you are wrong! The dry and walled city doesn’t mean you can’t have fun. Ahmedabad is a combination of chaos, peace and love. I have been thought for a long time to list this out and here it is 🙂 I have picked best 36 things which is something everyone should do to get to know Ahmedabad better. Take out the photography gear and the tripod, witness the marvelous side of Ahmedabad. Continue reading “Look Ahmedabad beyond it’s famous Fafda, Khaman and Dhokla – PART I”
One of Mumbai’s classic attractions, The Global Vipassana Pagoda have a Meditation Dome Hall with a capacity to seat around 8,000 Vipassana meditators, the largest such meditation hall in the world and the architecture to make your senses calm. Buddhism and I have a bit of a history. I have grew up listening and reciting Buddhist Chants and pay a visit to Pagoda every month. My father is a follower of Buddhism since year 1994. Buddhism, like most of the great religions of the world, is divided into a number of different traditions. However, most traditions share a common set of fundamental beliefs – The Inner Peace and Love Towards the Others.
Continue reading “Mumbai’s Magical Pagoda – Global Vipassana.”
Ganesh Chaturthi (Vinayaka Chaturthi or Vinayaka Chavithiis or Ganeshotsav). is a most awaited ten-days Hindu festival which is celebrated as the birthday of Lord Ganesha, the elephant-headed and younger son of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati (widely known as Ganpati Bappa or Vinayaka). According to Hindu Mythology, Ganesha is known by 108 different names. Hindus worship Lord Ganesha before performing any rituals. Based on one of the legends, Lord Ganesha appeared even before the creation of nature and consciousness. This is one of the reason to be believed why Lord Ganesha is worshiped before beginning any task. Ganesha Chaturthi was first has been publicly celebrated in Pune since the era of Shivaji (1630–1680, founder of the Maratha Empire). Continue reading “The vibrant art of Ahmedabad’s Gulbai Tekra aka Hollywood Basti – Ganesh Chaturthi Special.”
Elephanta is an island off the Mumbai coast (which also called Gharapuri), the one in the middle is the biggest and most ornate. Elephanta Caves are a UNESCO World Heritage Site, labyrinth of cave temples represent some of India’s most impressive temple carving dedicated to Lord Shiva. The rock-cut Elephanta Caves were constructed about the mid-5th to 6th centuries AD. It was the Portuguese who named the island as “Elephanta” because of a large stone elephant near the shore (this collapsed in 1814 and was moved by the British to Mumbai’s Jijamata Udyan). Continue reading “Treasure island hopping to explore Elephanta Caves.”