Braganza Pereira House: A Fine Example of Indo-Portugese Architecture

The Braganza Pereira house has been standing tall, overlooking the Chandor town square, for over 350 odd years. The two-storeyed house is unique to Goa – you are greeted with a very Portuguese facade topped with local red-brick tiled roof.

Every House Has a Soul

A photograph, a sketch, and some words to give a glimpse into houses. 
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Stepping Down Into Myth and History

Chand baori is in a small village, about 95 kms from Jaipur. Baoris are steps wells built to store and tap groundwater.

Masinagudi – Wild and Beautiful

The Wilds at Northern Hay lives up to its name – it’s a picturesque Jungle lodge on the fringes of the famous Masinagudi Tiger reserve.

A Zen Weekend at O’land Plantation, Coonoor

Sketching At O’land Plantation Stay Beautiful landscapes, blue hills, forests, peace and quiet, and delicious home cooked food – these…

Peace and a Cup of Coffee

Coorg always brings to mind dense green coffee plantations, gentle hills, the aroma of coffee beans, and chirping of birds.