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I am a soft-spoken and humble person. I believe in a good conversation blended with humor.
Experiencing new adventures, Meeting new people, and knowing new cultures drives me to explore more.
My interests and hobbies are traveling, photography, adventurous sports, reading self-help books, playing cards, badminton and cricket...
The starry sky, majestic mountain and endless beach are the best source of peace and rejuvenate me at best.
Life is beautiful, let's make maximum out of it.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
To offer what I seek.
A warm stay, A deep Conversations.
Listen and share stories that people lived.
Music, Movies, and Books
Goodwill hunting, bucket list, marvel series, Dil Chahta Hai, A Wednesday, etc...
Self Help and life stories Books.
Music: Nothing specific, something that soothes my ear and calm my mind.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Its was Friday evening before diwali. People were leaving office early to reach airports or railway station. There was huge traffic that day. I was travelling in a bus way back from office to my flat.
A girl(stranger) was sitting besides me. She was in panic, calling someone every now and then.
I gently asked her, "what happened?"
She replied: She had a train this evening to Bhopal and then she started crying.
It was obvious that due to traffic, it was almost impossible to reach station on time.
We were about to reach Dhaulakua.
I asked her to deboard the bus and take metro from Dhaulakua (She was new to the city).
Due heavy luggage, she was hesitating to do so.
I again popped in and asked if I can help and come with her so that she could catch the train.
Fortunately she agreed, and we both deboarded bus at Dhaulakua and boarded the metro to New Delhi.
Further when we reached New Delhi, it was almost the time. We both were running like anything and somehow reached station.
I didn't had tickets and platform tickets queue was as long as an anaconda. I broke the rule and risked my 100 rupees and entered platform without platform ticket.
Train was about to leave, but fortunately she could manage to board the train.
It was so much rush that we didn't even get enough time to know each other's name(that's true).
But the one thing that made the moment stop and vanished the rush was
Her waving hands to say a good bye,
Her quivering lips saying thank you,
And her glazing eyes filled with tears and happiness.
BTW, I didn't get caught by TTE and saved my 100 rupees
अपना क्या, अपन वापस कमरे पे आये, कूक का बनाया हुआ tasteless खाना खाये और सो गए (बहुत थक गया था )
Teach, Learn, Share
I am willing to learn deep aspects of photography.
Would love to listen to the adventurous stories.
I can share mine.
Can teach basic aspects of photography and insta growth hacks.
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