Hey fellow travellers,

Manishaa Dubey,

A wanderer just like you. Born and raised in Kanpur, a city with immense historical, religious and industrial significance, I grew up in a culture that was a beautiful blend of the old and new. The love for my own town drove me towards exploring other cities and vivid cultures too. The year 2008 flagged off my journey with a visit to the sacred Purnagiri Temple, perched on a hilltop in Uttarakhand. My quest for travelling to popular and offbeat places has continued since then. I am also blessed with a very loving family that supports me in pursuing my passion. And now that you are here, join me in my world of escapades! Get ready to witness the splendours and adventures of the world with me.


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India owes its vastness and diversity to its rich history. The country has witnessed the rule of several powerful dynasties and colonial powers. During each reign or colonial era, the administration and trade shifted to different parts of the country. Their architectural remains testify to the story till today.

Some of the most popular historical places to visit in India are:

  1. Taj Mahal, Agra, Uttar Pradesh
  2. Red Fort, Delhi
  3. India Gate, Delhi
  4. Hawa Mahal, Jaipur, Rajasthan
  5. Elephanta Caves, Mumbai, Maharashtra
  6. Jallianwala Bagh, Amritsar, Punjab
  7. Hampi, Karnataka
  8. Khajuraho, Madhya Pradesh
  9. Mysore Palace, Mysore, Karnataka
  10. Nalanda University, Bihar

In today’s world, travelling alone comes with many challenges and being a woman, the challenges are even stronger. But that should not stop you from chasing your passion. Here are some of the safety measures you must take as a female solo traveller:

  1. Research your destination well
  2. Stay virtually connected with your family or someone you trust
  3. Trust your instincts
  4. Pack your own sanitary products
  5. Avoid secluded and dark areas

Today more and more people are realising their wish to travel, and countries are recognising tourism as one of the fastest ways to grow their economy. There is a drastic change in the outlook towards travelling and budget travel has come to be a thing now. Here are some of the ways you can travel the world on a shoestring budget:

  1. Research and plan your travel
  2. Book flights well in advance
  3. Look for cheaper stays – homestays and hostels (Apps such as Couchsurfing help you find free stays anywhere around the world)
  4. Go for street food and low-cost meals
  5. Walk or use public transport for getting around
  6. Off-season is a good time to get great offers

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