If you ask why I travel, it’s because I get to learn something new each time, about the world, society and myself.
"Don’t pressurize yourself to travel. Treat it as a tool for transformation than a need for approval. You will get where you need to be when the time is right."
I was never a born traveller. I come from a family, who loved to travel and remember that as a child we’d sit down with a map to plan our trips. This used to be the high point of the year. Planning, budgeting, booking…a lot would go into planning a vacation back then with just… Continue reading From travel blogging to awareness for change
Take a deep breath, inhale! And just allow yourself to get lost in the power of anonymity, as you travel in the rustic and raw Indian villages. Often we are so agonized by our sense of identity and lack of utter self awareness in the humdrum city life that the noise of the city pulls… Continue reading 5 Lessons Learnt From Travelling to Indian Villages!
Summers always remind me of the vacations I took at my Grandparents’ house. I remember when the electricity would go out in the small town of Ghaziabad, my cousins and I would climb up to our roof with our mattresses, and machar daani (mosquito net) – I don’t think odomos was in the picture back… Continue reading A Glimpse Into the Rural Lifestyle