Travel Diaries: Mysore Part III Sand Sculptures🏞

Guess what?! In Mysore, I actually saw a sand sculpture museum, the kind I'd never seen before. It's made like any kid would make a sandcastle. Only, it's magnificent! Here you go👇 It is said that every Navratri, the Maharaja👑 of Mysore would set out on his elephant and his subjects would stand by and… Continue reading Travel Diaries: Mysore Part III Sand Sculptures🏞

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Travel Diaries: Mysore Part IV Mysore Zoo

Mysore Zoo isn't your regular zoo. What sets it apart is that the animal enclosures are very spacious. So the animals don't get the feeling of being inside a cage. The Zoo is spread out over a huge piece of land. One has to walk a lot. But it is definitely worth tje effort. Also,… Continue reading Travel Diaries: Mysore Part IV Mysore Zoo

The Books on My Shelf: Dracula by Bram Stoker🔖

Dracula is the story of Count Dracula, a mean, cold-hearted, bloodsucking vampire and his three wives. Dr Van Helsing is probably the only one in 19th century Europe who knows and believes in the existence of the Undead. Jonathan Harker barely escapes with his life while Lucy Westenra suddenly turns weak and lifeless and dies.… Continue reading The Books on My Shelf: Dracula by Bram Stoker🔖

Travel diaries: Mysore Part I Mysore Palace 🏞

Mysore happened by chance. Totally unplanned for, the flight tickets were booked a day before and we set off. That's the way i like life. Spontaneous, unexpected, surprising. We reached Bengaluru airport and from there, took a bus to Mysore. The city has been renamed Mysuru, but we Bangaloreans are still stuck with the old… Continue reading Travel diaries: Mysore Part I Mysore Palace 🏞