Ajay Reddy is the founder of the amazing GoUNESCO project whose participants clocked in more than 2,50,000 Kms to visit the various UNESCO sites in India.
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Interviews with fellow travelers who have chosen the road less travelled.
Anuradha is an Innovation consultant by profession, a travel blogger and a book reviewer by passion. She has been blogging for eight and a half years now and as of today writes three blogs regularly.
The most memorable experience was me exploring the entire country of India alone on my Royal Enfield motorcycle. That joy, awe and learning is one of my best experiences ever in India.
Charukesi Ramadurai is a freelance writer and photographer living in Bangalore. She got introduced to blogs very early and has been blogging for 9 years now.
Anita Kapoor is a travel & lifestyle television host, writer, frequent emcee and a rookie radio presenter. Her latest television series is Go Asia With Anita Kapoor.
For me, the best part of traveling in India is going to the bazaar in any town or city I visit. India has such a unique Bazaar culture. There is both complexity and commonality embedded within the bazaars.
Pallavi Sharda is an Australian actress and classical dancer of Indian origin, living in Mumbai and pursuing her performing arts dreams. She talks about traveling in India and how it influences her.
There is no script and no fixed lines. We share our journey of discovery across our magnificent country and its amazing people, food, culture and landscapes.
Monisha Rajesh is a London-based journalist and author of Around India in 80 Trains. She has worked on the features desk of the London Evening Standard.