My View:))

Some say Life is Beautiful, Some Say Life is Difficult, Some Find it Painful, yet Some others find it Tiring…..BUT what if Life was to be a Vacation on Earth to enjoy its boundless beauty, eclectic tastes, experiencing beautiful emotions before we retire to our HOME and come back on yet another vacation in another place, another time with different people!!! When we start treating Life as a Vacation, the process of letting go, of forgiving, of loving and accepting, begins unknowingly and quietly, filling us with a sense of peace, calm and infinite patience. As we relish the vacation appreciating the beautiful creations of nature,and living each moment with gratitude, our hearts deepest desires begin to manifest.

Come travel with me to different parts of India and other beautiful countries on earth and together let us turn pages of history, admire architectural gems, walk through mountains, float on the rivers and lakes, chase our shadows in the desert, follow the sun and moon, watch the wild, come home with the birds, explore culture through art, craft & delectable cuisines, experience the silence of our soul and meet a little bit of us in every person we meet!!! If this seems like hard work we will stop now and then to breathe and stretch with yoga and contemplate in places brimming with divine energy.

Once upon a time workaholic, now on a journey cultivating infinite patience and acceptance, everything here is my learning experience from travel, food, people, yoga and things that touch my soul which is making my vacation on earth memorable every moment.

188 Responses to My View:))

  1. Baldeep Kaur says:

    Hey! I have nominated you for WordPress family award. Please click the link below for details:

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  2. Hi Sangeetha, Ive nominated you for the ‘Everyone deserves an AWARD’. Please check the link … Happy Blogging! :)

  3. Keep enjoying and traveling :) :) :)

  4. i*Kan says:

    Hey Sangeeta! I would like to nominate you for the Capture the Color photo contest. The deadline is 9th October… I just got nominated myself but thought it would be fun (short timeline notwithstanding)! More info at this link.
    Hope you can participate :-)

  5. Nirvana says:

    Hi, thats an interesting blog you have over here. Will keep visiting. You mention that you were a workaholic, would love to hear what made you give up one life for another? how did you just chuck it all away one day


    • Sangeeta says:

      Thanks for visiting my blog. I really cannot pin point one single reason but I guess it was building up within for several months. I wrote two posts Awakening the CEO and Heal Thy Self to Life is a Vacation wherein I have ate noted to explain why, what, when, how of my transition. I meet several people who say they want to do the same but are held back. I could perhaps because I largely got over the fear that gives us reasons to do things.

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  7. ashok says:

    awesome blog Sangeeta…enjoyed the visit!

  8. says:

    Congrats Sangeeta on PR2 :) hope your LIV progresses fast

  9. ashok says:

    beautiful blog…enjoyed the visit

  10. thanks for sharing this sangeeta. GREAT BLOG.

  11. Baldeep Kaur says:

    Hey! I have nominated you for Blog of the year 2013 award. Thank you for sharing your world with us. Keep inspiring and thank you for your constant support!

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  12. Ajaytao2010 says:

    Nice reading about you

    Thanks for visiting my blog. Be in touch. Browse through the category sections, I feel you may find something of your interest.

  13. Abhi says:

    awesome blog sangeeta came across your blog today… very nice keep it up


  14. I couldn’t refгain from commenting. Excеptіonally well written!

  15. Divya says:

    Hey nice bolg n nice experiences…….keep travelling…… its good…..

  16. Bitha says:

    Your blog is as you were in your corporate avatar… Awe inspiring , exceptional execution and radiating energy to all around you. Great work Sangeeta … We have been doing a lot of travelling too over the years….now will take tips from here too to guide us! Hats off to you once again dear.

  17. Tito Jose Moothedan says:

    Hello Sangeeta – happy to see you ..hope all is well. I am not a avid reader, however i can see that you are really enjoying this phase of your life with travels, blogging…All the very best , may God bless..I still remember with a thankful heart those old days where you gave immense confidence and groomed me , in my initial periods of my profession…..Will never forget it….

  18. sharmadipti says:

    Interesting blog….
    I have recently started one travel blog. If yiu could me some feedback…

  19. JayM says:

    I agree Sangeeta, Life is a Vacation! And I look forward to hearing more about your travels.

  20. Shipra says:

    Thanks for inspiring. Good job. Keep it up.

  21. you have a very beautiful blog :) !

  22. shryea says:

    nice blog, keep up the good work

  23. Enjoyed the photos, Sangeeta. :)

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  25. Aanchal says:

    Always good to find like minded people. Travelling is a passion, something you never want to get rid of. Lovely blog


  26. jacksonjc9 says:

    Hello Sangeeta! I really enjoyed your photography and your blogs! I wish to join you on your adventures. Hope to read more of your travels.

  27. Mansi says:

    Are all your trips self financed?

  28. soorajit says:

    its a grt piece

  29. rashmipal says:

    Your blog is very nice. and it’s very informative.
    My India Tourism

  30. shyam says:

    Hi Sangeeta..
    amazing… even I have the view of life is a vacation..after working in corporate sector for more than 15 years..I quit and am now on vacation…exploring..
    really feels good to see someone with similar views..
    and words really from my heart…
    I envy tou..
    keep going..

  31. sanjeev kumar says:

    Hi Sangeeta, just now read your travelogue “A quaint town on the banks of Narmada” and forced to complement you after reading about you in your blog. I wonder how a writer makes the same thing special that we have been watching or doing several times. For example, any city near the mythological rivers like Ganga, Yamuna etc. will have the same situation and same story but reading it through a writer’s perspective is more enjoyable. I wish I could have the same expressing skills like you………

    • Sangeeta says:

      Thank You Sanjeev. I am honoured with your compliment. I am a chance writer and totally in awe of nature which I often ignored for love of work. Just start writing and the words will flow. Trust me, just make a beginning and the rest will follow.

      Warm Regards,

  32. Kirankumar says:

    Hi Sangeeta , This is first time I have come across such a blog with this heading.I do like travelling and have already covered 10% of world , but because of work pressure its difficult to give time to your interests.I share same views as you and very soon going to quit this Corporate world and go for a vacation rest of my life.Will need your advise.Keep writing and inspiring.


  33. Sunder says:

    Your article on Maheshwar in rediff is soothing. I appreciate your simple, balanced writing style. I will try to read your other articles as well.

  34. PRAMOD says:

    can I write in Hindi

  35. Abhay Singh says:

    Hi Sangeeta,
    Nice presentation on natural beauty,you have proved none can define the beauty of nature itself writer,poet and traveler.Best of luck for your travelling…..

  36. I’m so glad I found your blog! I love travel, especially in India, and really enjoy your premise, to enjoy life right now – today. Namaste.

  37. Patience and acceptance – there’s the recipe for joyful living, all right. :) Glad to have stumbled across your blog.

  38. Rajagopal says:

    hi sangeeta , liked your take on viewing worldly life as a vacation , keeping the focus on moving around for seeing , accommodating and experiencing till time is up to return to eternal home , whence the prospect of getting back to another vacation may depend on appraisal of cosmic conscience about next sojourn probably based on qualitative aspects of existing journey…here is wishing , as a fellow traveler , all goes well . look forward to staying in touch…best wishes…raj .

    • Sangeeta says:

      I agree with you sir. As I travel through places, meet people, see the beauty of nature and enjoy the many tastes, I feel one life is not enough for this earth and leave the masters to decide. Thank You for visiting my blog.

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