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Born in Mumbai – the financial and film capital of India
Just graduated from National Law University, Delhi and planning to specialize in International Law further.⚖️
Major sports and travel enthusiast. ✈️
I look at travelling as storywriting where each day is a new story, each person you meet a new character and each moment you capture, a fresh illustration.
What better platform would there be than Couchsurfing to find friends who will be part of my coming adventures in the story of my life? Hit me up to join this rollercoaster ride
Love photography, poetry, music, films and anything to do with International Law.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
A trip abroad isn’t just a trip in our life, its one life in a trip. And in on life, you can make interesting experiences. I hope to make a lot of them. To have a wonderful time together, with many beautiful memories and a precious friendship in every part of the world.
I love travelling as it fascinates me. It makes one feel really alive. It initially makes you speechless and then turns you into a story teller.
Want to live a life seeing new places, meeting new people, a life so exciting, one which makes my heartbeat sound to my ears' ends. Because at the end of your life you don't remember the days. What you remember is the moments and memories.
- table tennis
- meeting new people
- movies and series
Music, Movies, and Books
My hobbies are playing drums, literature, politics and debating.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Argued before judges of the International Court of Justice (United Nations) in a Space Law World Moot Competition. 🦹 Won it
Teach, Learn, Share
Indian Culture, English, Hindi, Law, International Law, Space Law, Photoshop
What I Can Share with Hosts
The two most difficult things in life to say are Hello for the first time and Goodbye for the last. Perhaps, this experience is going to make us do both.
It’s amazing that you want to share your life with someone else and give him/her a good home for some time. If you give me the chance, I’d like to learn a lot about your traditions and maybe tell you something about mine.
Countries I’ve Visited
Brazil, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Switzerland, United Kingdom, United States
Countries I’ve Lived In