Fall is fast approaching here in the US. Leaves have passed their peak by more than a week, falling in rapid succession with every gust until they turn the once green lawn into a colorful array of decay.
This is a beautiful time of year. The crisp air is ripe for long walks along the local nature trails converted from abandoned railway tracks.
Although planning my 8th trip to India, and hurriedly writing posts for Full Stop plus trying to read 3 books simultaneously, I still carve out time to discover what other writers are publishing.
Here are 5 India blogs I’m reading this week:
Veena’s Indian food blog is more than just recipes. Her artful photographs pop with brilliant color while capturing the essence of Indian cooking. The most recent post for easy eggplant is a terrific way for nearly everyone to bust out those cooking utensils shoved in the back cupboard.
Mariellen’s 5 1/2 month return to India has just begun. Readers not familiar with this Canadian based blogger and book author can jump in at the beginning of her latest adventures spanning from North to South India. Her widely ambitious journey passionately revolves around the concept of female travel in India.
Discovering the true rural side of South India is J Chetan’s goal with his blog, The Rural India. In as few words as were needed he did just that in a remarkably simple post about one of India’s most popular flowers. Gorgeous photos will leave every reader fondly remembering road trips past the rich farm fields of India.
India travel is so much more than the fairy tale palaces and forts as evidenced in the latest post on Desi Traveler. “So how does a fox survive in the jungle…” the author asks. Read on to find out.
I’ve become a loyal reader of The Delhi Walla, voyeuristically seeing Delhi through his eyes. Author Mayank Soofi has an intriguing yet mysterious way of writing which translates into photographs with unsettling detail in his latest post about Delhi’s red light district.
What are you reading this week?
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