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To see the world with a perspective which is growing day by day for me!!!
I am currently based in New Delhi, India as a lawyer. I have seen some of Europe, lots of India (its never enough), jumped 163 meters in Nepal (the crazy swing) and have been to Brazil (can't get any better)...i am open to ideas and positive energy and i can't stop talking about things...i am a little crazy in a good way (i think) and always up for great adventures...i believe in the inherent good of humans.
Humans beings are inherently good...
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
By traveling and hosting...and by helping in meeting of minds!
Awesome..met from all walks of life...some stayed, some i met for coffee...experience that was shared was what fascinates me the most
Adventure Sports,food,books, movie,star gazing, tree swinging, Historical readings, music...
Very importantly waking up everyday and smiling!
- world cup
Music, Movies, and Books
Nick Warren, James Zabiela, SHM, Chemical Brothers, Prodigy, Dj Shadow, Bonobo, Sasha,Led Zeppelin,Floyd, Porcupine Tree, Black Keys, The Doors, Joe Sat, The Who, Gorillaz, Guj J, john digweed, paul oakenfold, BT...
Tim Burton, Cohen Brothers,Quentin Tarantino, Robert Rodriguez...etc. Directors i like.
Murakami, Kafka, Fenyman, Bill Bryson....Also graphic novels
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Seen the Himalayas, climbed a bit and realized the feat is achieved like a spiritual understanding, jumped 163 meters from a bridge , did the swing in Nepal and saw the forests and Deserts of India. Been to Brazil for the world cup and then went to the jungles of Brazil (bonito and Pantanals)where met awesome people and learned the ways of nature. The vastness of travel is like the Vedas, so if i can see as much i will be a knowledgeable man...
Teach, Learn, Share
My experience and learn from others ...
Countries I’ve Visited
Brazil, Germany, India, Nepal, United Kingdom
Countries I’ve Lived In