Born out of the shallow waters of Venetian lagoon, is the place like no other. The city that literally floats on water or at least appears to be, was the greatest port of the world at one time. Built by the Venetian merchants to protect from Adriatic, this city of wealth now known as "city of masks" , "city of water", "city of bridges", "queen of Adriatic" is unique in every possible way. This welcoming city of Venice can be overwhelming by admirers but if traveled patiently, this city can return the most profound moments of bliss and beauty.
Ooty, the hill station located in the state of Tamil Nadu in India is the most famous hill station of South India. There are two ways to reach Ooty from Bangalore, either you go via Mysore or you reach Coimbatore and start your journey from there.
Regardless of the nature, either work or leisure, it's always important to keep pushing the envelope. The Indian Footsteps this time took a giant stride and crossed the seas and oceans, pushed the envelope and overcome the boundaries of nations and continents. The urge to explore bought us to the west world. The Indian Footsteps … Continue reading Vienna : The First Rendezvous
Pondicherry, now Puducherry, for long, has been a dear destination for people around the globe. The place is a former French colony, which later became part of India in 1954. It's along the sea side to the Bay of Bengal. The temperature can go high in summers and since it's along the sea, the air … Continue reading Pondicherry – Cherry of the South
Our plan for the "Great Rann of Kutch" brought us to the gateway of Kutch, the city of Bhuj. This city's history is like that of a phoenix. It rose from the ashes of its own foundation. If you are ever looking for an exemplifying story of courage, will and resurrection, look no further to … Continue reading Bhuj – Phoenix City
Travelling is more than just seeing different physical forms of nature, it's also the continuous interaction with different cultures that adds to the ecstasy of travelling. Temples in India not only serve the purpose of religious centers but also provide a trip down the historical aisles of this one of the oldest civilizations. Our trip … Continue reading Somnath & Dwarka – Spiritual Sojourn
Three friends from different parts of the country looking for a reunion decided to do so in one of the most unusual terrain they have ever seen. We planned for about 2 weeks and decided to cover Kalo Dungar (black hill) along with the White Desert. Since we had to cover both the places in … Continue reading Rann of Kutch – Desert Rose