To all the traveler Dils… hum aa rahe hain Dilwalo ki Dilli mein…
Yes, get ready for the much awaited STM: Solo Traveler’s Meet Up at Delhi, this January…
A place to share your travel stories, travel ideas, bucket lists and speak your heart out… Tell us about the adventures that you’ve not shared with anyone yet, or plan to sneak out on in the near future…
Travelers, photographers, media people, all one has to do is talk about their travel experiences, sharing and connecting with numerous other travelers from in and around the country…
So gear up Delhi… we are coming for you… 3rd Jan 2020!!!
When? 3rd Jan 2020
Location: IAMAI-Mobile10X Gurugram Hub,HARTRON Innovation Campus,Plot No-1, Udyog Vihar Phase-I, Sector 20,Gurugram 122 008 (Haryana)
Time: 5:00 PM to 8:30 PM
Any Questions? Call: +919825063664
Announcing the 1st speaker Kapoor Suru
An IPR Lawyer turned up as Director of Markup Business Solutions.
Awarded as “Entrepreneur of the Month” by WASME (World Association for Small and Medium Enterprises).
Senior Advisor in board of WASME.
Shared stage in many conclaves as Panelist and speaker.
Counting upon these achievements, she is young from heart and is a travel junky.A solo traveller who did her first solo ride by Bullet to spiti in Himachal Pradesh.
Passionate about driving and trekking.
Done various treks starting from the smallest trek of 2.5 hrs of CHOPTA to the longest freezing trek of Chadar in -40 degrees.
If we talk about the Map of India, she has travelled the heart of country starting from Kashmir and ending to Kanyakumari.
Continuing her passion to travel, while exploring cultural heritage and famous festivals, she has travelled various cities to be a part of Durga Puja in Kolkata, Ganesh Puja in Mumbai, Bihu in Assam, and Hornbill in Kohima.
Traveled almost 17 cities in India and various neighboring countries along with Dubai for business.
Solo travel has helped me built my individuality better, easy way to connect with new people, more outspoken and independence is foremost thing I learned over.
Believe in the mantra: life is gifted once, so live it to fullest by not only working on your dreams but helping those who hardly get to smile in life.
Also, what you see is what you act; see the best and work harder to achieve that best”
Chhaya Mudgal, our next speaker, is numerous specialities rolled into one. An Entrepreneur, a French language teacher, a Bharatnatyam dancer and a director of an event company, Chhaya is an avid traveler and has traveled to numerous countries which include Europe, Dubai, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, China, UK, Bali, Mauritius and many more. Her travel across the Indian terrain includes places such as the Himachal, Udaipur, Jodhpur, Kashmir, Chennai, Andaman & Nicobar, Uttarakhand, Gujarat, Mumbai and many more places..
She has accolades to her name, among which is included the International Excellence Award for Best Event Company from Madhuri Dixit-Nene and Sushmita Sen. We are glad to have her with us for this meet and are grateful that she is here to share her experiences and travel stories with our traveler friends here.
Akanksha Narang has given us a short and sweet introduction about herself which goes as follows:
A photographer and a filmmaker, currently based in Delhi, Akanksha is an avid solo traveler in essence. She has been solo to 14 countries and covered 22 states in India itself. Her sojourns at all these places, we are sure, involve numerous stories that we would like her to share with us today at this meet.
Himanshu has been an avid trekker and has numerous experiences to share with us.
A ÇA student turned adventurist, Himashu is a solo traveler, a mountaineer and a cyclist. Describing himself as a person of dreams, Himanshu is certified in mountaineering, First Aid and Yoga And is passionate about cycling and trekking. His numerous trekking adventures range from the basic 1 day trek of Triund Hill of 3000 metres to the trek of Stok Kangri of 6153 metres which is considered one of the most difficult ones. He has traveled across 14 Indian states and has cycled through 6 high altitude passes starting Manali to Khardungla which is the highest motorable road. He solo cycled this year from India to Singapore coveting Bangladesh, Myanmar, Thailand and Malaysia which is one of the most outstanding travelogues I believe. He believes that solo traveling has taught him many great things in life, including the fact that happiness can come from things as petite as talking to a stranger in an unknown place.