Due to severe time constraints, I’m writing a relatively brief travelogue of this adventure. The photo album is here. Kalindi Khal at nearly 6000 meters is arguably the world’s highest pass. Located in the Indian state of Uttarakhand, it separates the popular Gangotri region from the equally popular Badrinath region. Kalindi is one of the […]Read more "An attempt to cross the world’s highest pass – Kalindi Khal"
Please read part 3 of my travelogue if you haven’t already. March 6: I arrived in Tehran and went towards the house of another interesting CS host, Komeil. Komeil was a budding film maker, who was currently going through his mandatory military service. It was already late evening when I met him. I had a […]Read more "In the footsteps of the Persian Empire – Part 4"
If you have not read part 2 of the travelogue yet, please read it before reading this one. March 3: I got ready at 6 am and made my way to Esfahan bus station at 7 am to catch my bus to Yazd. Yazd is another very significant city in Iran. Set in the middle […]Read more "In the footsteps of the Persian Empire – Part 3"
Part 1 of the travelogue, in case you haven’t read it yet is here. Feb 26: Iran air operates direct flights between Bombay and Tehran, but for some reason, you cannot book those tickets online. So I had to settle for the cheapest option, Kuwait Air. Before the flight, I had to spend some time […]Read more "In the footsteps of the Persian Empire – Part 2"