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'I believed in my dreams and took a leap of faith'

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harish shukul
Solo travel by swati Jain
by harish shukul on Nov 23, 2015 08:08 PM

You are an inspiration particularly in India where the life of women is far from being safe and secure.It was a bold venture and I am sure your experience has made you much wiser and realistic about life.Has it transformed on spiritual side?
Harish Shukul

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Suresh DS
Bold and Phenominal
by Suresh DS on Nov 20, 2015 11:56 AM

It is really very daring and great news for the day for me and that too being a lady since in this world women cannt become a better manager since mens are cheating often.One has to learn from her the life she is seeing in very simpler and happier than having more treasure/money.
Hands up to you my dear Indian Lady and if u r coming Banglore in karnataka please let me know to meet you in person.Great again again.

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mithun  mohan bandivadekar
Brave one Swati
by mithun mohan bandivadekar on Nov 20, 2015 11:40 AM

Dear, I admire your free soul courage to travel around and find your self.
Its so intense feeling of being a wanderer....
For other who asked you about you gained and whats you motto of travelling....just tell them "Finding onself"

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mayank gupta
sponsors to our travelling
by mayank gupta on Nov 20, 2015 10:30 AM

who sponsors your travelling as you are out of job,
We also want to travel and get out of daily hectic work of our office(IT).
Please share you mantra instead of boring biography of yours.

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mayank gupta
by mayank gupta on Nov 20, 2015 10:26 AM


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Ramesh M
what a cr@p title
by Ramesh M on Nov 20, 2015 09:39 AM

and an equally boring biography of a few years of some unknown person. I was expecting this article to be interesting, but it really turned out to be dumb. No offence to the author...its good the life she is living, but its hardly inspiring for an average indian like me(yeah, may be she is above an average indian and which is why i just dont get what she says - and to say the least hardly inspiring)

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Ashutosh Kumar
I do not believe you really achieved what you wanted?
by Ashutosh Kumar on Nov 19, 2015 11:33 PM

Its great to know about your experience of solo travelling. But it does not mean you should put some statement which is bad sounding about any state. Initially I was reading your travelling experience with interest, but then few of your statements sounded like you are still following narrow-minded thought process of general people (sorry for this). Your statements- "have even roamed the streets of Uttar Pradesh and Bihar solo" and "But very few would actually opt to go to states like Bihar and Uttar Pradesh" - are full of negativity. You may have been successful in getting rid of your mundane existence and explore a new life, however, I am sorry to say that you will not be successful in your endeavor until you get rid of your mundane mind-set which others follow.

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kaladhara saralaya
Many entrepreneaurs started IT Companies but few succeeded!
by kaladhara saralaya on Nov 19, 2015 07:34 PM

During Narayan Murth's time many started IT Companies, only Inffosys cud make it to the top. Many have lost heavily and few suvived hand to mouth.
What I mean is destiny is different than wishes!
Be happy with what u are and enjoy the work always.

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yadagiri narender
solo travelling
by yadagiri narender on Nov 19, 2015 02:06 PM

Its really great reading your article,a daring adventurous explorer.This culture is prevalent abroad and i met foreigners while visiting north India.But i think a company of same wavelenth person will make this sort of adventure much more safe,enjoyable,memorable.

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