Kurta Pyjama is one of the basic clothing of the Indian men. This outfit consists of two pieces of matching garments(usually). The first garment is a kurta that is kind of a long shirt that almost touches the knees.  The second one is the pajama or pyjama, which is a lightweight trouser. This outfit is worn on formal occasions and can also be worn casually. Infact, there are many Indian men who prefer wearing it as a sleepwear. I am talking about punjabi kurta-pyjama in this article which i wear.

punjabi kurta pyjama


punjabi kurta pyjama

The term ‘pyjama’ crept into the English language from Hindustani, a language from which Urdu and Hindi originated. The word originally derives from the Persian word ‘Payjama’ meaning ‘leg garment’. It was due to the British colonialization of India that the term ‘pajama’ and the dress spread to other parts of the world. In India, one will often find politicians wearing white starched Kurta Pajama. As a tradition, civilians wear this dress during festivities and other special occasions like holi, religious ceremony, etc. Punjabi kurta pyjama is common among people in punjab and pakistan.



punjabi kurta pyjama

Only soft material fabrics are used for making kurta pajama as it is supposed to be a comfortable loose fitting dress. Though good quality cotton is the most common material used for making kurta pajama, other fabrics like silk and satin are also used. All styles, wheteher it is punjabi kurta pyjama or some other cultures are made form these fabrics.

Normally adults prefer wearing the kurta and pajama in neutral shades, as they give a very dignified look. Children, on the other hand, wear this dress in varied hues and patterns. Punjabi jutti and Kolhapuri chappals are the most preferred footwear for this type of attire.




punjabi kurta pyjama

The kurta pyjama is the first image that comes to mind when thinking of a typical Indian man in indian ethnic wear. This outfit is worn in many countries of Asia namely India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Nepal. This garment has gained a reputation of being an Indian ethnic garment.



ounjabi kurta pyjama

You can layer a waistcoat on a kurta-pyjama to get a complete festive look. This layering surely provides a mature and decent look. I usually prefer it because i love being comfortable in clothes and so i avoid tight outfits. Just give it a try once and i am sure you will get positive feedback.

You can try a black or a brown waistcoat and a matching punjabi jutti with it. This new look will give you sense of coolness. It makes an ethnic wear slightly more ethnic. Punjabi jutti does porvide a desi look and i am sure some of you love desi look.



This look depicts an urban image of a person. The leather jacket layering does provide a cool look if you are Kurta pyjama lover. In winter season this outfit will protect you from cold winds and  provide stylish at the same time.

punjabi kurta pyjama

You can wear brown or black leather jacket along with matching leather loafers or punjabi jutti. This will make you stand apart from the crowd and i hope you become the center of attraction. Only negligible people are aware of this stylish look and this gives you a upper hand.


You can also layer hood or sweatshirt with kurta pyjama. This can combine with punjabi jutti to give a complete stylish look. Just give it a try once and feel the change.


trip to rishikesh

The Rishikesh trip was very fascinating. It’s the best place for those of you who are willing to travel deep into the woods and enjoy the nature. Travelling to these calm and composed places always feels good.

trip to rishikesh

It was a instant plan. The idea struck in one of the mind and it then flowed within the friends group and it all happened. We friends decided to take the bus from Chandigarh to reach Dehradun. It was 3 days trips as we explored all the amazing places. It’s almost impossible for you to resist yourself from enjoying the water and woods. You will fall in love with  most of the natural things out there.

I preferred not to carry bunch of goods and clothes with me. I just wanted to explore and feel the nature rather than carrying goods along with me. As a student we do have to look at the budget.

This place is not at all expensive. You can get rooms at a low cost and then share it with friends. The food is also not very costly and you can get all types of food there. The locals are very humble and they help you in every way. The atmospheric solitude makes up for upmarket accommodation, and that is a great bargain for a travel-hungry soul.


I just took joggers and shorts along with two T-shirts which was more than enough. You can comfortably walk in sports shoes if you are not willing to trek. I didn’t carry jeans as it wasn’t required. Carrying crocs along worked really well as shoes weren’t required at every site.

trip to rishikesh


1. Sahastradhara(Dehradun):

trip to rishikesh

The name Sahastradhara literally means ‘The Thousand Fold Spring’ is a popular tourist destination in Dehradun. People prefer to come here during Rishikesh trip. It comprised of waterfalls, caves and steppe farming lands and provides a totally marvelous and rejuvenating experience to its visitors. The name is due to the water that drips from the limestone stalactites in the caves and its waterfalls.

2. Robber’s Cave:

trip to rishikesh

The 600 meters long river cave (Robber’s Cave) is known by the locals as Gucchupani. The cave is divided into two main parts with its highest fall being 10 meters long. The place is known for its unique natural phenomenon known as the disappearing stream. This is also favorite spot for tourist who planned a trip o Rishikesh. The place was believed to be used by the robbers to hide during the British era hence owing to its name.

3. Forest Research Institute:

trip to rishikesh

The premier research institute of forestry in India is located in Dehradun. The Forest Research Institute was established in 1906 as the British Imperial Forestry Service. The site also contains a museum for forestry with six main sections that are Pathology Museum, Social Forestry Museum, Silviculture Museum, Timber Museum, Non-Wood Forest Products Museum and Entomology Museum. People often visit this place during Rishikesh trip. You will surely hear about this place when you travel to Rishikesh or Dehradun. It has also being featured in many Bollywood films like Paan Singh Tomar, Student of the Year etc.

4. Tapkeshawar Temple:

trip to rishikesh

Tapkeshawar Temple is considered to be the oldest Shiva temple in Uttarakhand and is located at the banks of the Nandi River. The Temple is located within a cave which is characterized by naturally dripping water over the Shiva lingam placed here. The cave is also the site to the shivratri festival that happens every year.

5. Mind-rolling Monastery:

trip to rishikesh

Founded in 1965, The Mindrolling Monastery houses the Ngagyur Nyingma College which is one of the largest Buddhist learning centers in India. The monastery is a re-established facility of the original Mindrolling Monastery and was established by Khochhen Rinpoche. You can visit this place during a trip to Rishikesh. The well maintained gardens and a 60 meters high stupa and contains various rooms which are decorated with murals and house various relics and a 35 meters high statue of Lord Buddha in Gold.


trip to rishikesh

Ram Jhula is an iron suspension bridge across the river Ganga, located 3 kilometres (1.9 mi) north-east from the town Rishikesh in the Indian state of Uttarakhand.  Built in the year 1986, the bridge is one one of the major tourist attraction when tourist are on a trip to Rishikesh.


trip to rishikesh

Some other attractions during a trip to Rishikesh and Dehradun are Asan Barrage, Sakya Centre Buddhist Monastery, Santala Devi Temple, Guru Ram Rai Gurudwara, Laxman Siddh Temple, Zonal Anthropological Museum and  Khalanga War Memorial.

The 10 places mentioned above comprise of the major places that are not to be missed on a trip to Rishikesh. Being the capital city of the mountain state of Uttarakhand, most of the tourist places in Dehradun and Rishikesh have rich Garhwal culture and is a major tourist attraction in the country.

trip to rishikesh



Rishikesh trip is preffered because of river rafting or white water rafting in India. It will not be wrong to say that this is the best adventure sport that you will get to try in this city of adventures. River rafting is a water sport where you have to fight through the water and feel the fun in it.


Camping is not a new experience for many of us, but riverside camping and especially at the foot of Himalayas is something worth remembering! Rishikesh trip will numerous campsites for one to spend a night or so alongside the river and in the jungle.


One of the oldest bungee jumping spots, Mohan Chatti is located in Rishikesh. The jump here is from a fixed platform and about 83 meters above the ground level. It is one of the most extreme adventure sports during Rishikesh trip which is worth an experience.


Rishikesh is not just a home for multiple adventure activities but the best of them as well. Flying fox is an adventure sport where the participant gets to descend through a valley while he/ she is attached to a chord. The best part about Rishikesh trip is that it possesses Asia’s longest flying fox track.

trip to rishikesh

Goodbye Doon! I’ll be back soon!

Share your experiences and let me know what all the things i can improve. Till then take care and be safe. See you soon!





bandra mumbai

It was a month ago when i went on a trip to “city of dreams” , home of Bollywood. Yes, you guessed it right! Mumbai/Bombay. Not very fond of travelling but absolutely loved this experience. I realized how necessary it is to travel to know yourself. You actually learn from the experience whenever you are out somewhere. It is actually the new place that teaches you how to survive. You learn the survival skills and this is what makes you a complete human being. So just step out whenever you have a spare time and wander.

mumbai trip


Mumbai (earlier known as Bombay) isn’t only famous for Bollywood but is also the financial capital of India. Mumbai is often referred as the city of dreams because of Bollywood.  You can also say that Mumbai is the financial, commercial and entertainment capital of India. It is also the wealthiest city in India and has the highest GDP of any city.


bandra mumbai


The seven islands that came to constitute Mumbai are Bombay Island, Parel, Mazagaon, Mahim, Colaba, Worli, and Old Woman’s Island (also known as Little Colaba). Mumbai lies on the Konkan coast. Mumbai has a tropical climate, specifically a tropical wet and dry climate having seven months of dryness and peak of rains in July.


Life moves at rapid pace in Mumbai. From Bollywood movies to office workers everyone has their own aspirations and so do they work for it. You can’t get a spare time for the unnecessary work if you really focused toward your goals in Mumbai. As you all know Mumbai is famous for the traffic.

mumbai candies cafe



For those of you who are interested to know about celebrities. You don’t often see celebrities walking on the roads. As i have told the life is so paced. Everyone is working to be super rich and happy. But if you are willing to meet your favourite Bollywood star then you there are some famous landmarks where you can fin them.


I will share my experiences in upcoming articles. It was a great trip and i will let you know why. I am planning a new trip deep into the wood and high onto the mountains. Will let you know in a few weeks.


Till the take care,be safe and have a great life ahead. See you soon!

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