A few years ago, I was asked a question by my friend in midst of an ordinary tête-à-tête.
“If you want to zero down to one thing, what would you like to do?”
At that time I couldn’t reply in one voice that I wanted to travel whole my life.
Changing landscapes or relaxing at some beautiful place away from usual cacophony is not the focal point of my travel, rather during journeys, I find sudden surprising, funny and life-changing part that rarely makes into the narrow confines of my tiny likes or dislikes.
Wacky Wanderlust is a creative escape for me, get inspired by travellers past and present, writers and philosophers. I want to capture the imaginations of readers through words and photographs, to explore various aspects of travel and want to present a clear communication where readers can understand the vast variety of cultures that make the world so beautiful.
Wacky Wanderlust is a collaborative blog – a digital place for travel enthusiasts, people who want to travel in a more meaningful way. The website is also aimed at researchers who want to study in-depth on certain culture and heritage of India, which more often can’t be found on the web.
You can read an interview published in Bongyatra.