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I am a final year student of Mathematics. I do not know of the next route I need to take in my life after my college. Hence started to travel : to discover myself !
I have traveled 17 states of India solo with less money. It is great experience for me.
Faced lot of bad and good things. This journey saw me different aspects of life and about our country India. Everyone should know itself because of a batter life and for this you need to travel sometime and sometime alon also. It shows ups and downs in different level.
I met different kind of people, stayed with them and learnt and made connection with real India which you can get also by trave, meet people, faced problems, gain knowledge and most importantly taking risk.
When I travel then only travel, not too much think about results because when I think about result I loss our focus sometime and make wrong decisions. I meet people, take a decision for a reason but when I do that I enjoy the journey and that's important for me.
I need to travel India, I need to know India because I love our country, because this is Lord Ram's country, Buddha's country, Gandhi's country, Bhagat Singh's country, Rani Lakshmi bai's country, Chatrapati Shivaji's country and many more...
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
Meet, interact & understand people of the world
Music, Movies, and Books
Music : Old good songs
Books : Kabir ke dohe, Rashmirathi, The alchemist, Rich dad poor dad, Habit, The man who sold his farari and many more.
Movie : Annand(1971), Andaz and other
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
I have traveled 17 state solo for one and half month.
Pull train chain twice.
Teach, Learn, Share
I can teach :
A few sentences in Khortha language
I would like to learn :
Cultures of various people
Simple & meaningful lifestyles
I can share :
My thoughts & wishes
What I Can Share with Hosts
I can provide everything which you need and that could be right and authentic.
Countries I’ve Visited
Countries I’ve Lived In