When we talk about digital nomads and freelancers, places like Bali and Galle (Sri Lanka) automatically come in mind. But with time, remote work is slowly getting popular in India. Certain locations in India have seen a lot of interest from digital nomads like me and Mcleodganj is one such place.
Volunteering with a local NGO is a very unique experience for travellers. Nothing can be more rewarding than making a difference in the lives of the locals. Today, there are a number of NGOs operating in various districts of Himachal Pradesh that work in fields of cleanup to education.
Nothing changed in the coming years. In 2019, the quantity of waste has increased. During the cleanup drives in the same area, the amount of waste has now increased to 210 kgs and the problem doesn’t seem to be ending.
June 2018 marks the day when I left my job and started traveling. When I started my journey, I had no idea that I'll make it this far, but somehow I did. I am presenting these memories in form of a video that I have shot during this journey. Using random clips of festivals, food, ride and a lot more
When you enter Bhagsu, you’ll find a huge pile of garbage lying near the parking. This garbage, collected by the Waste Warriors, is kept waiting for the PWD and municipality to come and take them to the dumping site but they haven’t visited in months.
There are certain places, certain people who become a part of your journey. You keep coming back to them even when you are on the move. You return to that one place time and again, because you know that no matter how far you go, this is where your heart truly belongs. And then one... Continue Reading →
McLeodganj is a place you will fall in love with. The weather, the serenity and the food are a few things to die for. Other than peace seekers and spiritual wanderers this small quint hill station is also a favorite destination for foodies. Often newcomers wander around with questions about what places one should visit... Continue Reading →
Triund Hill is located at a height of about 2842 meters above sea level. Located on the foothills of Dhauldhars this point is at a distance of 9 km from McLeodganj and 17km from Dharamsala. This place gives breathtaking views of the panoramic valley and Dhauldhar range . Even the trekking path is as easy as... Continue Reading →
I reached Mecloadganj in middle of heavy rainfall in the month of June. The moment our bus crossed the plains and entered the mountains a pleasant change in weather happened as if summer was never there in the first place. What was a mild drizzle in the morning turned into a heavy rainfall as the... Continue Reading →