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Neha & Arindam’s journey among the ruins and clouds of Cappadocia

  • Nov 16, 2019

Neha and Arindam are truly pro winter. Passionately on toes, they’re constantly juggling between managing a full-time corporate job. The couple’s travel blog Breathtaking Postcards is memorabilia of sorts. We had a chat with them after their recent visit to Cappadocia, Turkey, which was nothing short of exhilarating and enchanting! 1. What was Cappadocia like?…

Kosha, a 70 year journey from trench coats to travel wear

  • Nov 13, 2019

From suiting up the advocates of Bombay in the 50’s to leading the way with a sustainable winter-wear clothing brand, the Vaziranis have traveled a long way! Circa 1947 Mr. Devidas Vazirani with his three sons, opened a clothing store in the heart of Bombay, aptly naming it Davysons. In addition to trench coats, jackets,…

Top 5 Cities for Yoga Retreats

  • Jun 21, 2018

Yoga is the ancient Indian wisdom of wellbeing that aligns the body, mind and soul. Every year, millions of people across the globe adopt Yoga in its various forms. Many Yoga retreats across India are visited for the same purpose, too. Today, we bring you the top 5 cities for Yoga retreats on our list. We’ve…

How to ace the Basic Mountaineering Course?

  • May 31, 2018
Mountains covered with Snow

When John Muir said, ‘The Mountains are calling, and I must go,’ little did he anticipate a meme that would state the mountains refrain from calling anyone? While we giggled good-naturedly, we couldn’t help but ask the pertinent question. Do the mountains call? And if they do, how do you best respond to the invitation?…

Taming Mount Everest

  • May 24, 2018
Look at that amazing Mount Everest

What is it about the Everest that draws the adventurous even in the face of climbing challenges, natural hazards and dangers? The answer lies in the fact that it is one of the most accessible mountains via two routes, the preferred one in Nepal and the other in Tibet. In fact, even as you read…

Physical risks of Everest expedition

  • May 18, 2018

“Risk comes from not knowing what you’re doing.” – Warren Buffett So, will preparing well, eliminate the risks involved in climbing Mount Everest? No, but anticipating what can give you the chance to put the precautionary measures in place. The risks vary from health situations to adverse weather conditions, and while planning to scale the…

5 places to visit in North India this summer

  • May 3, 2018

Upper north is picturesque, popular and has off-the-wall hill stations nestled in the Himalayas that makes it a beautiful vacation destination. There are so many places that it makes it tough to choose one from the list. To sort this confusion of where to go and what to see, here’s an elaborate compilation of northern…

How to Travel more with a Full-Time Job

  • Mar 26, 2017

It’s truly ridiculous the way modern corporates expect you to surrender your soul to the health of their balance sheet. On a daily basis there is always that meeting, or that presentation or that con call that eats into the time during which you need to be doing stuff that makes your life worth living….

Lose the Leather: Why it’s not cool to wear leather jackets?

  • Jul 4, 2016
Say no to Leather

So you’ve been scrolling through Pinterest or Facebook or Instagram and looking at articles and feeds full of celebrities and models wearing leather jackets, and looking sharp. Many posts on how to amp up your winter wardrobe and classic pieces that all people need, which always includes a leather jacket. Which then makes you wonder,…

Packing made Easy-Happy Trekking!

  • May 27, 2016
backpack outdoors

India is a diverse country, with abundance of nature’s beauty in the form of mountains, rivers, islands and forests. For those who live in the metropolitan cities, an escape to the scenic natural locations helps to clear the clutter in their mind and bodies. We strive for fresh air, we yearn for bright blue skies,…

Taking Care of your Winter Jackets and Coats

  • May 21, 2016

We all love our winter clothes. jackets, coats, parkas. They are beautiful, but expensive. Also, over the years, we tend to get sentimentally attached to our holiday season clothes. Hence, it is very important to take good care of them so they stay with us for a long time. Especially in tropical countries, where the…

Our history goes all the way back to early 50s. Prrem and Aloo Vazirani – an accomplished couple who chased after their wanderlust bug. She was a doctor, he was a businessman, and both were filled with a desire to explore the world.