Marine Drive in Rishikesh: A Memory

  Until I visited Rishikesh, I was aware of just one Marine Drive – The Queen’s Necklace in Mumbai. But the Marine Drive of Rishikesh is a different site altogether. This beach called Marine Drive Beach is popular for River Rafting, and other adventure sports. Type: Landscape Photography Location: Rishikesh, Uttarakhand, India Date: December 2019…

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Indian Farmer on a Hot Summer day: A Memory

51 year-old, Ahilya Pahune, a proud village farmer, living in Nasik, is helping her large joint family of 21, harvest the rice. Despite the heat, despite the hard work, despite her physical limitations, this woman was all smiles at the end of a long day and more than excited for a quick chat with us.…

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Eyes on Humayun’s Tomb: A Memory

Type: Monument Photography Location: Humayun’s Tomb, Delhi, India Date: December 2019 Camera: Oppo Reno 10X Zoom Hope you enjoy my India Travel Photography. Do share your thoughts in comments below. ~~~~~ For more travel photography, ~~~~~ All photos are copyright Asha Seth. Unauthorised use and/or reproduction without permission is unethical and prohibited. ~~~~~ © Asha Seth…

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Sunset in Meerut: A Memory

Type: Landscape Photography Location: Meerut, Uttar Pradesh, India Date: December 2019 Camera: Canon EOS 200D Hope you enjoy my India Travel Photography. Do share your thoughts in comments below. ~~~~~ For more travel photography, ~~~~~ All photos are copyright Asha Seth. Unauthorised use and/or reproduction without permission is unethical and prohibited. ~~~~~ © Asha Seth Never…

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Why I can’t wait to go back to Mussoorie! (Part 1)

Travel does take your mind off the most stressful of things. I have always felt that in times of utter madness,;in personal or professional life, I have always craved to land in an unknown place and lose myself in its charms. And that’s exactly what I needed after a long spell of mundane mediocrities that…

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Why is Haridwar Spiritually Charged-up?

I hope you enjoyed my Delhi travelogue. Delhi is such a melting pot of cultures, cuisines, people, and stories. Leaving Delhi to move on to the next part of my journey wasn’t easy. It felt as though I was leaving behind a friend I’d met after ages and had hardly had time to be with…

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Robinson Crusoe: Book Review by Asha Seth

Review also available on: Instagram | Goodreads | Amazon Author: Daniel Defoe| Genre: Historical Fiction, Adventure| Pages: 298 The Blurb: Robinson Crusoe is a fine Englishman living in England who cherishes a dream of going to the sea. Although his family does not support his idea, he flees nonetheless, on a ship to London. After two…

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Caravan – Book Review by Asha Seth

Review Available on: Instagram | Goodreads| Amazon Author: Adam De Collibus| Genre: Travel Fiction | Pages: 256 The Plot: When William Abney (a war journalist) accepts a job offer with London Dove, local newspaper, little does he know that his life is going to change forever. Traversing through the unknown desert stretches of the middle east to finish his project…

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In Arabian Nights: An Excerpt

“People think I am a writer,’ he would say, ‘and when they think that they are missing the point. I write things down but the writing is just a tool. It’s nothing more than ink arranged over a surface of wood pulp. If they had real insight, they would see that I am really a…

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