About Archana Singh

An advertising professional who harbors a dream to travel the world and motivate others to explore it through her wanderlust experiences. When not working or travelling, She loves to watch sports and indulge in creative writing. She is also the founder of TravelSeeWrite and in her free time, she writes guest-posts for Holidify, the Highest Rated Travel App in India.

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Pondicherry – A Potpourri of Different Worlds

Pondicherry – A Potpourri of Different Worlds
Facebook Google+ Twitter The very word Pondicherry makes you think of the French Riviera but there’s more to Pondicherry than just that. It has so many shades woven in its social and cultural fabric that it is difficult to decipher what it really stands for. Pondicherry is a study in dichotomy: Parisian Style Living or ...

Rishikesh – Beyond Temples and River Rafting 1

Rishikesh – Beyond Temples and River Rafting
Facebook Google+ Twitter Some come to Rishikesh to explore their adventure side, some to connect with spirituality, some to find Nirvana, some to simply lose or find themselves. Whatever might be your reason, whenever you might come, from wherever you might come; Rishikesh always welcomes you with open arms. Rishikesh has a lot to offer, ...

10 things to do in Pushkar

10 things to do in Pushkar
Facebook Google+ Twitter If you were to divide travellers on the basis of itinerary then there will be two types of travellers – one who goes by the rulebook and the other who goes by ‘what-will-be-will-be’ mantra. I have been of both kinds. But lately I have drifted towards the latter. Blame it on my fondness for ...

Ladakh in Winter: 11 Reasons why it is for travellers and not for tourists #TWC 1

Ladakh in Winter: 11 Reasons why it is for travellers and not for tourists #TWC
Facebook Google+ Twitter “The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes but in having new eyes.” ~ Marcel Proust The true meaning of Marcel’s words were understood when I saw Ladakh in winter in a completely new light.  In it’s harshest but truest form. When the roof of the world was cut off from ...