Dear Dolma

Dear Dolma

I never told you the day I arrived at your house was the day I turned 23. That morning after a lazy breakfast at my homestay in Leh I went and bought a ticket for Hemis Shukpachan. The bus was bustling with local music blaring amidst Julley greetings by ecstatic Ladakhis who were returning back …

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How slow travel and living on a farm in Rajasthan helped me embrace self-love and slowing down in life.

How slow travel and living on a farm in Rajasthan helped me embrace self-love and slowing down in life.

As I sit down wondering where to begin from to talk about my journey with embracing slowing down in a world obsessed with hustling, my Spotify playlist of lo-fi moodies plays a song that is called “slow down”. I take a pause, listen to the two-minute-long track with a radio voice saying, “Time won’t slow …

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How I crossed a bridge and walked over to my first foreign country without a passport.

How I crossed a bridge and walked over to my first foreign country without a passport.

Holding my ID in one hand and a gun in the other he asked me “What is your name?” I tried to remain calm as my eyes started examining the stone walls and surroundings of the small establishment where we were standing. Glancing at the posters on the walls I could easily tell that they …

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From restlessness to restfulness, the journey of a reunion with the self

From restlessness to restfulness, the journey of a reunion with the self

For a very long time now I was what they call as a wanderer and seeker. Someone who was filled to the brim with questions & doubts about myself, my reality & the endless desires of my heart, which most of the times would entangle my heart’s strings each time I tried to understand what …

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Five reasons why backpacker hostels are the perfect pit stop for a solo traveller

Five reasons why backpacker hostels are the perfect pit stop for a solo traveller

It had been a month since I took a break from my travelling and decided to move back to Delhi. Soon I was craving for the feeling that comes with being a traveller on the road. So when I was invited by life to come stay for few days at The Hosteller which is an up …

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How to travel without a job

How to travel without a job

The most important thing while trying to learn the ancient but dying art of travelling full time without a job is that you first learn how to unlearn everything that you have heard/read/seen/understood about travelling & how most people approach travelling in their lives.

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