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Dear girls, let NOT society decide if you CAN or CANNOT travel SOLO
I am off to Mexico solo – and I must say, the people who matter in my world have been hugely supportive. But was I loaded with raised eyebrows, taunts and lots of odd questions before booking this trip? – Hell, YES! Was everyone completely okay with it? – Hell, NO! Am I still doing it? – YES.
Stories from KUTCH: The people & their legends
India is known for its rich and vivid craft culture. ‘Kutch’, a district of Gujarat state in western India proudly tops the list of the craft development of the country with its world famous embroideries and patchwork. Boasting of an aesthetic between traditional and the modern hippie, this post talks about the people of Kutch and the legends that are attached to their communities.
Deconstructing the Ravana Effigy Making Craft of Tatarpur, Delhi and meeting the Ravanwalas
Inside the Amazon’s Spheres: A link between nature and the human workspace
Untangling the threads of the Toda Tribe
Life of FRIDA: A Walkthrough La Casa Azul
Tattoo Culture: From Ritual to Revolution
I made a career switch in my 30s. Turned out to be the best decision of my life.
I quit my job at 31 to take a break without a plan B. Is that really a bad idea? NO.
The dilemma of giving up on your slow or dying blog? You are not alone. And there is still hope.
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About SHRADDHA GUPTA
Shraddha Gupta is a Fashion and Business Journalist by profession and a passionate traveler at all times not on a full time job. With over eight years of published work, she most recently taught fashion and communication as an Assistant Professor of Design in NIFT, Delhi & Bangalore. She also holds a Masters degree in Journalism from Boston University and a PG from London College of Fashion. Call her a hopeless believer, a creative thinker, blogger, writer, foodie and social media addict.
Shraddha went on her first solo trip in 2013 to volunteer in Mcloedganj, India, teaching English to the Tibetan-in-Exile. Earlier in 2014 she dared to complete the Chadar Trek through the Himalayas. Since then she has lived in three countries, and advocates traveling solo in the search of a meaning to life, through her solo experiences.