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People Out There

The meteor impact lake: Lonar Crater, Maharashtra

Lonar is a crater Just like the rest of us, a backpacker from space which was a crater, rushed towards our planet Earth at an estimated speed of 9,000 kmph and hit the surface of Earth which gave birth to a magnificent crest on the rim. Many people are not aware of this beautiful and mysterious place. The Lonar Lake in the Buldhana district, from […]

Happy People Out There: Dolma, Ladakhi nomad

 A visit to Lady Dolma, While returning back from Pangong Tso my good friend and Ladakh head, Lhawang stopped our vehicle near Tso Lak around 25km from our home stay in the village of Tangtse. Lhawang told me he had a special person I should meet. An old nomadic lady named Dolma, who lives in […]


People Out There: Lama Stenzing from Ringdum Gonpa

  This one is from long before I had started tlot (now tlow) as a backpacking company. On my month-long trip to Ladakh and Zanskar Valley, while I was in the Ringdum Gonpa in Suru Valley, I met an old monk in the Gonpa named Lama Stenzing. I had seen him sitting in the corner […]

Sadu in Varanasi

People Out There: Colourful sadhu in Orcha

While backpacking around Orcha in Madhya Pradesh, I clicked a picture of this very colourful sadhu while leaving the fort. He came after me, asking to pay him money since I took a picture of him. When I asked him why I should pay him. He went on to tell me that this is his […]

Siddhi kids. In the village

Fun People Out There: Siddi children

While on my favourite backpacking trip around Hampi -> Yellapur -> Gokarna in south India which happens usually once a year in January. While we were in the Indo-African Siddi tribal village in the forest of Yellapur. I spotted three kids sitting near the water reservoir of the village with grumpy faces.   They had […]

Happy People Out There: The ladies of Malana

Malana was my very first outing with the GoPro, after being forced into using the camera by a friend in the spring of 2016. In his words, “Try the camera and it will blow your mind away”. To be very honest I did not think much about the camera, but how wrong I was going […]

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