Bharari

Taking Flight…
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Hello, World!

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SubscribeFiled Under: We Share,by Bhakti and Neeraj

“Just because everything is different doesn’t mean anything has changed.”
– Irene Peter

Hello and welcome to our new web site – Bharari.net!

After countless hours spent working on our new site, the moment for its launch has finally arrived!

Bharari, which means to “take flight” in Marathi, will be a showcase for our experiences from traveling the world.  The site will feature:

Coming Soon to a Screen Near You!

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SubscribeFiled Under: We Share,by Neeraj

“Just because everything is different doesn’t mean anything has changed.”
– Irene Peter


Articles / Posts

I’ve realized that it is quite difficult to write good quality articles or posts.  Being in the office from 9-5 does not leave me with enough time (or energy) to spend time writing/editing articles, and I don’t like to write something just for the sake of posting something new.

As a compromise, I started my Picture of the Week series last September.  The series is not a new or unique idea by any stretch of imagination.  However, the series allows me to reminisce about my past travels and treks.  In addition, I get to post something that is meaningful to me.  I’m trying to make my picture-of-the-week more relevant to world events.  Here’s an example.  In the future, I will try to be more consistent about writing little blurbs under the picture that will help tell the story behind the picture, like this one.

Travel Blogging or Junk Blogging?

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I read a lot of travel blogs, and lately, as travel blogging becomes more mainstream, it seems that an overwhelming majority of the so-called “travel bloggers” post frequently only to keep their blog “active”, and not necessarily because they have anything useful or informative to share with their readers.

Even a picture would be nice.  But they keep coming out with new articles that makes one wonder if they’ve been outsourced.

Not that they don’t contain any useful information, but the amount of junk posts on those blogs is too high.

What do you think?