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Coming Back to India - An experience worth exploring!

You can take an Indian out of India, but you can never take India out of an Indian
( | Press Release | 2018-03-09 09:44:16 )
India – from a yesteryear’s Golden bird to today’s one of the top corrupt countries – has still something incredible about it. Indians living abroad miss the essence of India. As they say, “You can take an Indian out of India, but you can never take India out of an Indian.”
'2500 Kms – Lost on Road' revolves around the travel prodigy to Leh-Ladakh, the northernmost part of India surrounded by the disputed lands between the two greatest rival countries in the world, India, and Pakistan.
Kabir Sharma, one amongst the talented youths working in a corporate company, goes on an official trip to the US. Like most of the other millennials in the country, Kabir also wanted to move out of India. He favorably landed at San Francisco where he started experiencing a number of see-saw events and faced a lot of reproach about his country.
Kabir felt at home after returning to India. A long time had passed since he returned but he wasn’t able to leave behind the incidents that occurred in the US passed by since his return. At this time, he along with his four cousins planned a trip to Leh-Ladakh. They grew up together and decided to go a journey to one of the most beautiful and serene places in India. It proved to be a perfect outbound for Kabir with his people, in his own country.
The book exhibits all the positives which could occur in India while traveling to this amazing place. The difference is all about the perception of people in a particular situation at a particular time. The picturesque land busted out all those inner feelings and changed the way a person should look towards his/her nation. Eventually, the story concludes on all the good times Kabir had during the tour and his changed vision towards the nation.
Swarnil Kaushik is the debutant author emerging as a travel and fitness enthusiast.
He lives in the capital city of India - Delhi, with his parents. He had beautifully jotted down the experience he gained during the road trip to Leh-Ladakh. One of the aspiring young authors, he is looking to publish a series of travel prodigy across the Himalayas.

The book is available on Amazon, Flipkart, WFP Store and Shopclues.

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