Why you should travel solo at least once

Travelling is a need to everyone. Every journey gives a new experience to live and grow. There is far a lot difference in travelling solo and travelling with a group. Every human being should travel solo at least once in his or her lifetime. Check out why!

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To know your best companion –Solitude
Travelling solo makes us realize that there is no other companion better than ourselves. We will find the best from our solitude. The inner peace, which happens when we are alone, brings more comfort and calmness to our mind. We will know more about strengths; our limits and ourselves.

To feel the easiness
Travelling alone makes the planning and execution of the trip easy. You will find it much easier to plan your own; only according to your wishes and life style. Make us realize how simple it is to schedule alone rather than waiting for someone’s holidays or perfect companionship. Moreover, it will help us to enjoy and to learn how to protect ourselves.

To feel beyond comfort zone
Travelling alone makes us leave our comfort zone and feel the freedom. In this moment or next we will be compelled to step out of our comfort area to explore the world alone and that will bring a very huge uplift to your soul. Real life starts when we step out of our comfort zone and this is the best way to feel that happening. Take risks and feel your strength. 

You won’t come back as the same person
Every moment of a journey will change you. You will come back with a bundle of life in your heart and you won’t be the same person when you come back. We will definitely see the positive impact of journey over us after the trip. It is the time to find a new perspectives and possibilities in our world around.

Experience boosts confidence
In a journey you acquire so much of experiences. It will scatter and exhibit so many life stories in front of you and every such story gives a lesson. A solo journey is add-ups of so many such experiences and definitely, it will boost your confidence and belief in yourselves. It empowers our body and soul and makes us brave enough to take risks and not to fear any more.

Meet new people; new languages
If you are ready to mingle, travelling solo is the best way to make friends around the globe. You will feel free and easy to get attached to unknown people. You will try the best to get along with different languages. It will be easier to travel by hitch kicking and find new friendship.

Get inspired and expand the soul
Solo travelling have more ways to inspire. It will expand the inner confidence in us and will make us braver in doing things. There will be so many possibilities to meet real life inspirations from places and people. Definitely, it will help you in gaining yourself and make you believe in your own intuitions.

So get ready! Make your bucket-list ready and do everything alone.
Take a breath and feel the freedom.
Learn from everything and enjoy the lone ride!

 

Originally posted in greenhunt

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HIGHWAY – Magical Road Movie (Not a review but what i felt)

It was a late night cold day i sat up and switched on the laptop…All are asleep and what i need that day was my own moments…I miss my home…mom…movies…friends…books…gupshups!!! I started watching…

Highway Posters feat Alia Bhatt, Randeep Hooda

Gone through so many reviews and status updates about the movie in blogs and Facebook made me think that this gonna be a dragging one… (even Rajeev Masand said so)…but i could’nt imagine a boring piece from Imtiaz Ali…

Starting of the movie made me the same thought i had read in reviews…this may be dragging…a girl got kidnapped late night by some rascals in a petrol pump in front of her fiance on the day before her wedding…and the way the head of the kidnappers behaves to her is heart aching…Finding out that she is the daughter of a well known entrepreneur the kidnapped team got confused and they split…the thread goes fast till then…there starts the journey of Veera, the girl’s and Mahabir, the kidnapper’s journey…

Highway…for me is a simple movie…not much complicated…a girl who found freedom in the hands of the man she kidnapped…its quite natural that they starts loving each other…Imtiaz did it in the best way and it is appreciable that they are not kissing on the next moment she find comfortable with him…(a Bollywood movie without a kissing scene is rare now a days…) For those who want a masala movie i don’t prefer Highway..because this is only a perfect road movie which made me kept watching watching and watching…i really wished the movie not to end..the cinematographer and the camera man did a wonderful job by taking us visually through Delhi, Punjab, Rajasthan, Himachal and Kashmir…Moments seems to be precious and dialogues are rare but executed dialogues are fantastic and worth thinking….

This movie is not a single adventure by Imtiaz…Everything in this movie is simply awesome…A.R.Rahman’s music is the one thing which makes this movie non-boring in the situations where it have to be bored…Superb acting by the cast..Alia Bhatt as Veera seems to be a matured actor than a college girl (totally out of Shanaya look) …The way she changes from smile to broken tears in a scene is just worth to show her talent…Mahabir is well played by Randeep Hooda…over emotions on grief…love and sadness…he acted pretty…The lyrical magic by Irshad Kamil as we heard before in Rockstar is once again seen in this movie…For me Highway is pretty magical which makes me think of the movie and music long after watching the movie…The Veera who ends up on a normal life on a hilltop house as she had dreamt and thinking about her good times with Mahabir…the girl who cries loudly sitting on a road side for Mahabir who wont come back…those scenes will always rest in my mind…

For those who are reading this…this is a must watch piece…its about freedom…life…and satisfaction…