If places were men I would have been a philanderer – in love with a new one every  day, pining for the ones from whom I have walked away. Thankfully, places are just that, places, and  I can love a new one every day – or many at once.

This page is an attempt to take you along in the journey — to see what I see, to hear what I hear, and to feel what I feel.

A wanderer at heart, I travel through the year, usually to forts, temples, and ruins. My travel stories are published regularly in The Hindu and The Week. My feature pieces, food columns, and articles can be found on The Huffington Post and Conde Nast Traveller among other online forums.

Currently I am working on my books, a crowd-sourced repository on dying heirloom recopies, especially in UP, and a book of short stories that marries travel and nostalgia. I am looking forward to collaborating with people who are passionate about good writing, good food, and good stories.

When not traveling, writing, or collecting memories, I am usually in a Training Room talking about Management & Leadership.

Should you want to work with me, feel free to reach out at anubhuti.krishna@gmail.com.

~ Anubhuti.

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