Colour Pallete

Welcome to my Rainbow Diary

Travel, Stories and Anecdotes

Why have a I chosen Rainbow Diary? Well, I love colors (who doesn’t). I feel colours of the rainbow portray a myriad of emotions. The sunlight pushing through the clouds, a raindrop shivering on the leaf, the joyous tweeter of the birds, even the buzzing, droning and whizzing of all those scary looking insects which come out of their hiding place after a good shower from the skies reflects the many moods of the nature. I too, intend to log in my thoughts in this diary through anecdotes, articles, stories…..maybe just pictures of places, people and things. I hope some of you will join me in this journey of chasing the rainbow.

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Tulip Garden, Keukenoff

I have visited some of the most beautiful gardens in Europe and Japan. The Japanese put a lot of thought, labour, technique and ingenuity in designing and creating gardens; and they are amazing! But the Tulip Garden in Keukenoff, Netherlands is my favourite. The garden is landscaped, every year in different themes, centred around theContinue reading “Tulip Garden, Keukenoff”

The Primitive Wheel

This article is about a tiny hamlet of a handful of houses, some built of mud and some concrete – Jibhi; nestled in the valley of the same name. It was the efforts of a gentleman Mr. Rana, who first built an eco-farm with swiss style mud cottages for visitors and put it on theContinue reading “The Primitive Wheel”


Women Entrepreneurs in Himachal Pradesh On my recent trip to Kullu – Manali tour, I came across two roadside enterprises run exclusively by the village women. I was very surprised and curious to know about their venture; how did they start; what are their products; how do they manage the manufacturing, marketing and finances ofContinue reading “SHE-HAAT”

A break from City

Manali is a small but picturesque hill town nestled in the Himalayan mountains in the western state of Himachal Pradesh, India. It attracts tourists year-round; winters for its beautiful snowy peaks and summers for its pleasant weather. My trip to Manali was a break from the tedium chores of everyday life.  On our way IContinue reading “A break from City”


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