Batasia Loop: Railways and Heroes

With Mt. Kanchenjunga as the backdrop lies the memorial for the great soldiers who fought for their motherland.


If there’s so much patriotism in this country, the credit goes to these courageous soldiers in the past. Like in India Gate, Batasia Loop bears the name of those heroes who helped set this country free from the colonizers.

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Tiger Hill: Its Sunrise and a Morning Glimpse of Mt. Kanchenjunga

May you always remember this day with so much gratitude to those people who make this possible.


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Facets of Motherhood: A Mother’s Day Celebration


Photo from Pinterest

MotherhoodΒ won’t be understood broadly if its definition will only be limited to those women who have conceived and raisedΒ children. It is with under some circumstances which motherhood goes far beyond that typical definition.

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Love at Greater Lengths: Baby’s POV


Ohhh am I adorable? πŸ˜‰

Oh yes, all of you must agree that we, the youngest humans as of this date, are all adorable. After all, that’s what they’ve bargained for in exchange of my helpless nature.

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Holi: Fun and Frolic way of Celebrating Love and Colors



Festivals are always fascinating. There’s no doubt to that especially when one comes from a festival-driven country and here, another a totally overwhelming experience. Fortunately for me, I’ve always been welcomed with such festivities everytime I Β set foot on this foreign land.

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Glimpses of New Delhi



Delhi is way more diversified in general. It is where mostly post-modern arts, architectures and even all-things-trendy co-exist with their historically-significant places (e.g forts, sites).

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My First Filipino Christmas Gathering


Celebrating Christmas with the the Filipino Community (KAPIHAN or Kapisanan ng mga Pinay na may Asawang Indiano sa Hindustan) Β in India somehow renews the essence of this season. Just like the KAPIHAN memebers, we’re celebrating this season away from our loves ones in Philippines, but being with them, India feels like home.

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