Favorite holiday destination for leisure: Whatever one may decipher Leisure, Goa is what comes to my mind as one can do from so many things to nothing at all. The Portuguese lanes of Goa are something one should explore too. The yoga festivals are very inspiring which lends to a whole new dimension to your holiday infusing your body, mind and spirit. The Saturday flea markets are full of color and creativity. The whole happy vibe in Goa is infectious.
Favorite holiday destination for culture: Culture is where the locals are as they still are carrying on the old traditions of India and keeping the culture alive in small tiny villages, hamlets hidden in various parts of India.
Favorite holiday destination for gastronomy: I love my home food the most so the closest I get to my favorite destination it has to be simple home cooked dishes which we can relish at any local family home while we are touring Rajasthan. Especially the home cooked lasan ki chutney (Garlic chutney) made in their kitchen.
Favorite holiday destination for nature: Nature is everywhere but in different forms for me Binsar in Uttarakhand nestled amidst the beautiful Himalayas is a must experience. Binsar wildlife sanctuary is an ideal destination for writers, nature lovers and adventure lovers.
Favorite music: Norah Jones, Dido, Natalie Imbruglia, Cat Stevens, Sufi, 70’s music
Favorite book/s: Eat Pray Love by Elizabeth Gilbert, Eleven minutes by Paulo Coelho, Forty rules of love by Elif Shafak, The Twentieth wife and Feast of Roses by Indu Sundaresan, The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini and the list goes on.
Favorite drink: Ultra Kingfisher.
Favorite dish: Green Chilies (Anything I love has to be Spicy).
If I could choose who I wanted to be in my next life: A life of a nomad.
I often dream of: Leading a Marwari horse safari tour.
Insider tips - India is a maze and there is a lot more to come. Any person who comes here will always go with a yearning to come back.