Amanjul 3572
 
Lucknow
I believe India has a lot of potential in terms of tourism and travel. One life would not be enough to completely cover India, travel across the entire length and breadth of the country. And I am not talking about Leisure travel – the real fun is in the mid range and budget travel. Travel to me is a part of my life. I am not a nomad, I am not a gypsy but I feel that to know more about your country and its people, one should travel. Thanks to my parents, since childhood I have been travelling to various destinations in India. My quest to know more and more about the country has still not ended and I hope it never ends. I am an avid traveller. Love to visit different places, try to explore more from the usual and that too in a fixed budget. And yes not to forget I like to add a dash of history wherever required.
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