Kerala chronicles,how it all started..

I believe people who will be reading about my very fruitful stay of 8months in Kerala should first of all know how I landed in ‘God’s Own Country’ last year…

Just after I finished my internship in February’16, the most demanding and exhausting part of my career awaited me, called the postgraduate entrance preparations..for a young doctor the silhouette of this phase can be very very scary mostly because of the social pressure that comes as a filler with it. So, students after completing graduation either opt to serve the state bond in a rural area to be eligible for the state pg seats..or choose to go to Delhi or Kerala to prepare for the impending test. Now, by the end of my internship I observed that each and every one of my friends lives were so damn sorted out, they knew for sure what they wanted to do next. As the zero hour approached I asked myself the same question and to be frank I might have been the most confused being existing on the face of the planet at that moment.Three factors probably had been crucial in shaping my decision to leave for Kerala immediately after internship..first being that I did not want to do what everyone else was doing, second my family and my boyfriend( whom I married recently) did not want me to take a risk or do something oddball, and third and the most important being my spontaneous temperament. Whatever might have ushered me into making the decision..I am so thankful that I landed in a place that gifted me wonderful life lessons..Kerala has been a wonderful break and a learning experience before I assimilated back into my natural habitat..in the coming days I will be writing in detail everything about Kerala that I saw n learnt..I am sure fellow bloggers will find it helpful..till then..have a good time people!

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The jaunting chronicles of a doctor!


  1. IMG_20170426_180837Hello fellow bloggers!

My name is Shivani and this is my first blog post. I am currently based in Meghalaya,India. Now being in a profession where we can’t afford to take long vacations ,both me and my husband try to make the most of the mini breaks from work. I am actually so lucky to be working here in this part of India which is itself called ‘Scotland of the East’..I can’t be writing enough about the Beauty of this region but will try my best..the pictures uploaded however will speak volumes themselves..hope that interested people will find it useful..the picture here is of a spectacular sunset at Umiam Lake..stay tuned guys for more information about breathtaking landscapes in and around Meghalaya as well as for many interesting stories from other parts of India!