After the recent report by the Thomson Reuters Foundation calling India ‘the most dangerous country for women’, I realised that I had been doing a major disservice to Indian women by judging its safety based on my own experiences.
In the fifth episode of a series for SBS Australia (Hindi channel), I share my observations on the actions India is taking towards addressing its environmental issues.
In the fourth episode of a series for SBS Australia (Hindi channel), I share how my time spent living and working in India has made me more aware of the consequences of my actions and helped me to become a more conscious traveller.
Coming into contact with Wayanad’s Paniya tribe was a culturally enriching experience as well as heartwarming encounter sparking wonderful friendships.
When I stepped on the treadmill that morning for my usual 5km run, I didn’t anticipate that it would help me get to the bottom of my prevailing deadlock in life and set everything in motion…
Traveling, among an endless list of other things, will truly humble you. In this post I reflect on being able to challenge assumptions I had about cultural traits in India and discuss what I have learnt about ‘politeness’ during my travels in India.
In a series of stories from my travels in the Himalayas, I reflect on the time I was stranded at 2,860m. Amidst my moment of complete desperation, a chance encounter with a stranger forced me to believe that there are no such thing as coincidences…
Attending an Indian Wedding has to be on the bucket list of every visitor to India. Luckily I got to tick it off mine when I attended a South Indian wedding in Bangalore!