In episode 9 of Daily Passenger Podcast, I join Praveen Chauhan, the founder of Happy Hands project and discuss flowercycling and how it encourages ethical tourism in India.
Due to Losar, Bodh Gaya was filled with Buddhist Monks and followers who had assembled here from different countries. You would see large groups of Monks wearing their traditional clothes mediating in different complex of the temple.
Bodh Gaya felt like a place that was out of the world. A multi-cultural destination, where you’ll find visitors from every country in the world, especially those who follow Buddhism.
Living in Patna makes people run out of options for places to visit around the city. As a Bihar and a travel enthusiast I have faced this problem frequently. Bad roads, lack of public transport and hardly available information makes things even more difficult. If you really want to take a break and you have... Continue Reading →