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Black Diamond in Copenhagen, Denmark!

One of the unique things of memory is, it comes back often. Sometimes it makes us happy, sometimes we become melancholic and often it inspires. My string of memories binds all the inspiring reminiscences with tender care and nurtures it passionately. It often surfaces amidst the labyrinths of my mind, enlivens me when I feel down, rendering me refreshed with utmost zeal to acquire knowledge, more and more.

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Metallic relief on the wall of Bohr’s residence.

The Neils Bohr Institute in Copenhagen, Denmark

We all remember Bohr’s atomic model, that we studied in Chemistry during our school days. Professor Neils Bohr, who won the Nobel prize in 1922 for discovering the fundamental structure and character of the atom, its components and how they interact, was a Danish citizen. When I arrived in Copenhagen, visiting The Neils Bohr Institute undoubtedly topped our priority list.

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The Little Mermaid in Copenhagen, Denmark!

It was a perfect day to explore Copenhagen and visit its symbol the little mermaid statue! The sun was shining bright and had spread a crimson glow all over to melt one’s heart and infuse life within.

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Beautiful Vignettes of Vancouver!

Vancouver greeted us with a marvelous moonshine. After seeing Vallea Lumina, a fabulous artwork of light and storytelling in Whistler, when we reached Vancouver by car, we saw the sparkling sea under a full moon night. If Vancouver had been a man then he could have felt the silent applause of my eyes. The scene instantly instilled in me the desire to see the beautiful vignettes of Vancouver. I opened the car window wide open and felt the balmy night and saw the glassy downtown afar. The next day, after a few hours of sleep, all of us, including our three-year-old daughter, were ready to get the wheels of our car rolling and start exploring.

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Travel Realizations, EPFL library, Lausanne

The EPFL library in Lausanne, Switzerland – A revolutionary architecture!

Whenever mundane reality clogs my thoughts, invades the realm of the senses, shrinks me and shakes the tranquility of my mind, I gear up to travel to new places if time and situation permit or else I just open an unread book. Both of them comfortably take me afar from the present. And then, I find myself all charged up again like a phoenix. Books and travel, two of my favorite companions in life merge into one whenever I visit a library – the storehouse of thousands of years of knowledge.

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Fall Foliage in Princeton University Campus

It’s autumn now; days of misty mornings, soothing cold, refreshing and sporadic rains and shades of red, vermilion and gold leaves blowing in the wind. It feels dramatic. It reminds me of my visit to the Princeton University Campus during one such fall.

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My Travel Diary

Celebrating Experiences.

17 countries and counting!

Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the ones you did so. So throw off the bowlines, sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.

By H. Jackson Brown’s mother


SwitzerlandSwitzerland 2010
Czech_RepublicCzech Republic 2014
United_States_of_AmericaHawaii, USA2016
United_States_of_AmericaLassen Volcanic National Park, USA2017
United_States_of_AmericaCrater Lake National Park, USA2017
United_States_of_AmericaYosemite National Park, USA2017
United_States_of_AmericaSequoia National Park, USA2017
United_States_of_AmericaKings Canyon National Park, USA2018
United_States_of_AmericaLake Tahoe, USA2017
United_States_of_AmericaRocky Mountain National Park, USA2018
United_States_of_AmericaDeath Valley National Park, USA2018
United_States_of_AmericaGreat Smoky Mountains National Park, USA



The Library of Strahov Monastery in Prague, Czech Republic – One of the world’s most beautiful libraries!

It is time to say “Bye 2018” and embrace 2019 with new challenges, resolutions and dreams. I hope that we will reflect on the modern values of society- Liberty, Fraternity and Equality with care and love in this new year and years to come, irrespective of any culture, country or race. I always begin any journey with my books – the safest and the most secure pal. I live several lives while reading them.

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