The author pens a vivid account of her first solo trip to Himachal Pradesh. The trip brought out the adventurer in her and gave her new perspectives.
Women have always been photographed through a 'male lens', looking at them as sexualised 'objects' - here are ordinary women of Bhutan, going about their lives, seen through a feminist lens.
Is it safe to travel alone to India because there are so many gruesome incidents happening in India? When a backpacker asked me this question, it led me to introspect on the state of things in India for women.
I've always wanted to travel the world, a little of which we've done as a couple. And it has been a great journey so far - the US, the UK, and Australia.
Bali, Indonesia, is known for its nightlife, shopping, beaches... but do you know of this tiny gem of a place which has none of this and is a haven of peace and greenery? Ubud.
Shanghai surprised the author with its friendliness, its warmth, its beautiful combination of heritage and modernity, and yes, with its surprising choices for vegetarians.
Get our weekly mailer and never miss out on the best reads by and about women!