About me…

Thanks for stopping by my blog. πŸ™‚

I’m from India. My name is Anshul Rautela. I’m a girl who is not-so-simple, believes in moving with the times and don’t believe in living a bland life;Β who takes pictures and writes in a little diary that no one is allowed to look in; who takes life easy and also a bit talkative! πŸ˜‰ πŸ˜›

Creative by birth, Traveller by mood and IT professional by chance.

I like to share my experiences and so I blog. I love laughing, making friends and visiting new places…

I like photography, Β sketching and calligraphy. Still a learner and passionate for these areas…

Do not worship a lot but a believer of The Almighty God.

Enjoy holidaying and partying a lot!

Have a look around my blog – it’s actually a fairly accurate mirror of what I do and who I am.

If you like what you read and see, please press like and leave comments.

Keep smiling and keep visiting. Thank you.


22 thoughts on “About me…”

  1. I find it fascinating going to the top of the mountain and experience living with the indigenous people… I wish I can go with you on your next adventure..hhahaha

    Definitely going to visit your blog from time to time..

    1. Yeah sure! You can trek with me in my next post.. hehehe.. πŸ˜› πŸ˜‰
      Looking forward to see more of you. πŸ™‚

    1. Well, for your information the Indian Government looks into it not the Nepal Government. The Indian Government has provided the land to the people of Garbyang due to the drowning condition of that village and not the Nepal Government. The citizenship of people over there is Indian as far as I know. So, it belongs to India only dear friend. πŸ™‚

  2. Hi! Saw your blog and travelled through to the seemingly untouched beauty of the Gunji and Nabi villages… Someone very close to me also is connected to Gunji. So, I wanted to visit this village to feel the beauty. Would you be able to direct me how to reach there from Delhi?

    1. Hi Ritesh,
      Thanks for stopping by my blog. πŸ™‚
      From Delhi, you could reach Kathgodam. Then hire a Jeep to Dharchula. We spent a week to reach there. However, it also depends on the situation of path and your stamina!! Please refer to my first post of this trek –

      May to September are good months to visit there. However, from October to February, you could hardly find any people there and the ways are also covered with snow.

      Hope it helps you.

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