A musician on Charles Bridge in Prague

When I Met The Orchestra Man On The Charles Bridge In Prague

Prague, CzechiaJanuary 2018 As I was flipping through a pile of photos for a recent blog, I stumbled upon this one clicked randomly on a wintry evening of 2018 on the Charles Bridge. I yet remember the sight of this human orchestra that transmitted quite a bit of warmth that I needed that evening in … Continue reading When I Met The Orchestra Man On The Charles Bridge In Prague

Van Gujjars during their anual migration in the Himalayas

Van Gujjars – The Ethnic Himalayan Tribe In The Shivaliks Will Fight To Survive Because Of COVID-19 Lockdown

I learnt about Van Gujjars while reading the book Himalaya Bound by Michael Benanav. Later on, out of curiosity, I started to find out more about one of the oldest aboriginal residents of the Himalayas. And that's how this post happened! The Himalayas are home to a number of exquisite flora & fauna species. But, … Continue reading Van Gujjars – The Ethnic Himalayan Tribe In The Shivaliks Will Fight To Survive Because Of COVID-19 Lockdown

Ice fishing in Rovaniemi

Will The Tourism Industry Post COVID-19 Be The Same? Welcome To Tourism 2.0!

Let's talk about the industry that suffered a massive whipping by the pandemic COVID-19; the industry that employs 1 in every 10 people on the planet; the industry that accounts for 10.3 % of the global GDP; the industry that solely accounted for close to 330 million jobs around the world in 2019; it's the … Continue reading Will The Tourism Industry Post COVID-19 Be The Same? Welcome To Tourism 2.0!