Have you roamed in the wilderness, camping under the stars for a fortnight on end, with nothing but the trees for company? I have. And if I tell you I have travelled up steep slopes to one of the highest lakes in the world on a bicycle, would you believe me? Maybe not. But, what if I show you?
With a rucksack on my back and no plan in hand, I set out to seek adventure, mostly on my bicycle. I have cycled around 4422 km across 5 states of India, spending one month in each state under the ‘Free India to Green India’ campaign to spread awareness on sustainable living. Cycling up the Himalayas, through barren desert land, along backwaters and down highways, I have traversed all sorts of terrain on two wheels.
Travel sets me free. Free to explore, free to experiment and free to expand my horizons. While on this path of self-discovery, I also develop my art by observing people and monuments from different cultures.
By the end of my lifetime, I would have touched base in every country of the world. Follow my journey and you never know, there might even be a film like Forrest Gump on the guy who rode his bicycle around the world. Don’t tell me that I didn’t forewarn you.