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I am a Software Engineer who got recently married :)
I want to see different places, meet different people, know different cultures, learn nice things from everyone and make new friends :)
Luckily I got chance to travel to 3 counties - South Korea, Canada and Costa Rica - Everytime my company send me for work.
I spend good time in South Korea, only 2 days in Canada (see only Niagara Falls), wonderful 4 months in Costa Rica and currently working and living in Delhi.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
Its a wonderful idea to connect people, to help people all over the globe, know different cultures, different languages, know best about unknown places from the locals and most important make wonderful friends.
When Trump decided to create wall between US and Mexico, I saw a banner on some news channel - "Build Bridges NOT Walls". I think this couchsurfing concept is really building bridges of friendship, respect, kindness...among people of all the countries, which is really beautiful.
I love music and so fond of listening to music. I also like nature, mountains, waterfalls. Sometimes I love to do painting also.
I love to help others and if I could be a reason for someone's smile, that makes me really happy :)
Music, Movies, and Books
I love music. Its music + great lyrics, which makes a song special. But I listen only hindi songs. I only know few english songs which I like, some of them are ;-
- Just The way You Are
- Thinking out Loud
- One - You are the only one
- songs of Ed Sheeran
and there are soooooo many hindi songs I love to listen :)
Teach, Learn, Share
I can teach you cooking Indian dishes, our Indian language Hindi.
I can help you experiencing Indian culture. I would like to learn other cultures also.
I can show you some nice bollywood movies and take you to nice places nearby.
What I Can Share with Hosts
Everything which I could. I will try to provide best hospitality to my guests.
Countries I’ve Visited
Canada, Costa Rica, South Korea
Countries I’ve Lived In