On way to the Sewri jetty, located at the eastern edge of South Mumbai. Flamingos and other migratory birds, arriving from Gujarat, are usually spotted here during the second half of the year. Beholding the sea... Inside the 17th century Sewri fort built by the British as a watch tower.
Marine Drive, South Mumbai Marine Drive, South Mumbai Cuffe Parade Garden, South Mumbai Cuffe Parade Garden, South Mumbai Worli Seaface, one of the seven islands of Mumbai Cuffe Parade reclamation area Cuffe Parade Garden, South Mumbai Cuffe Parade Garden, South Mumbai Mumbai Fort area, built by the British; also a business district hosting large institutions … Continue reading Mumbai Through My Eyes
Tucked away at the southern tip of Mumbai, Cuffe Parade is one of the most affluent neighbourhoods in the city. It is named after T.W. Cuffe, an official of the Bombay City Improvement Trust, which was created during the British rule to improve the city’s infrastructure after a deadly epidemic. Home to the high-profile World … Continue reading The visual perks of a Cuffe Parade office in Mumbai
The Maharashtra Nature Park, more popular by the name of Mahim Nature Park, is a modern-day achievement of a landfill site transformed into a green haven. As you follow the meandering trails of this mildly dense forest, you wonder if an animal is lurking behind those tree barks. There are various kinds of reptiles in … Continue reading The fragile wilderness of Maharashtra Nature Park
Located in the leafy cantonment area of south Mumbai, this 19th century Gothic structure, popularly called the Afghan Church, was built as a memorial to the British and Indian soldiers who died during the First Anglo-Afghan War.
“…because races condemned to one hundred years of solitude did not have a second opportunity on earth” “It was the last that remained of a past whose annihilation had not taken place because it was still in a process of annihilation, consuming itself from within, ending at every moment but never ending its ending” “Thus … Continue reading The worlds of Marquez and a Gabo enthusiast
Yeah, that’s what I did – nothing; I slept like an infant, ate like a wolf and trekked with wanderlust. Nestled in oak and pine forests, Barog is a pristine hill station on the Kalka-Shimla highway. It’s about half-an-hour drive from Kasauli, another short holiday destination. Did you know a British engineer, whose name was … Continue reading When in Barog hill station, do nothing