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Thommen Jose

After taking a master degree in communication and journalism, Thommen Jose tried to sit behind a desk as a sub editor with a national newsweekly but did not last very long. An avid adventurer and distance biker, he soon discovered that he has to hit the road quite often to keep going. Currently based out of Delhi, he develops communication collaterals for the development sector, has scripted and directed a travel series on Tibet and Nepal, writes travelogues for newspapers and recently wrote and photographed a travel guide, ‘Experience Agra and around on the road’ which was published by the Times of India. is his blog, travelogues from which find their way into national and international newspapers, magazines and travel websites.


Experience Agra and Around: On the Road

Traversing one of the most popular routes, Experience Agra & Around: On the Road takes one on a road trip to some of India’s most fascinating destinations....

Kangra Fort: The enticing formidable

The unassailable often ends up the most assaulted. Ironically axiomatic, albeit, historical truism. The ramparts are impregnable for the treasury must be laden. Or the...

By the Supin to Osla

A tailor usually takes pride over the fine cut, the thread even, but Saheb gloated over the fabric. “This kind of wool you get only in the Garhwal region.” He said...

Itto…Irro: At the helm of the last rural bastion

All sporting events are tagged with a festive element that goes up with the rusticity of the setting. On the gaiety front – counting out the induced ones – few...

Three Ms and other legends of Alwar

The Siliserh Palace 15 kilometres south-west of Alwar was built by Maharaja Vinay Singh in 1845. But you can attribute it to the colourful Maharaja Mangal Singh who...

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