And the journey begins with

Colourful Notions

The RoadTrippers 1.0

Would you give up your high-paying job and comfortable personal life to drive ten thousand kilometers across India? Just for fun!

Three twenty-somethings dare to do just that! While the two guys take turns to drive, the girl gives voice-over as they record their entire journey on a handycam.

Ab, Sasha and Unnati are ordinary youngsters, rendered special by the feat they accomplish. As they recount their adventures, I crave to live their journey all the more. They look at each other with a glint in their eyes, as if refurbishing those memories, as they narrate their spooky time at Bhangarh Fort, strange escapades at Wagah Border and Sundarbans, car breakdowns, wild animals, near-death experiences and highway robbers! It's nothing less than crazy.

I doubted if I'd ever have the gumption to create such experiences. So I did the next best thing - I penned a book about them, and their roadtrip.

Colorful Notions is a journey of three young hearts on the Indian terrain and into the inner recesses of their souls, giving a new perspective to relationships, love and life.

Meet the RoadTrippers

Ordinary youngsters on an extra-ordinary expedition

Key Facts

25

Cities

10650

Kilometers

72

Days

3

Friends

2

Cars

Leaving a Trail of Crazy Antics

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Spending a night at spooky Bhangarh Fort Driving non-stop to Ladakh Causing chaos and bomb scare at Wagah Border Car stuck in a mud-pit in marshy sand of Kutch Attending rave party in Goa An (almost!) dacoity at Vivekananda Stone Hobnobbing with a food-crazy group in Hyderabad Illegally hopping over India's border into Bangladesh Bumping into a wise lama and Buddhism at Gaya Encounter with Highway Robbers at Agra Meeting the Royal Bengal Tiger at Sundarbans Hitching a leading production house to release their movie in Udaipur Meeting karma & the circle of life at Ganges of Haridwar & Varanasi

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I was born on 29th September 1983. Being born to a household of people who don't have too many resources but a lot of desire, ingrained hunger in me too.

Fortunately, the love I found (pretty early, must be 15 or 16) was for books and a penchant for writing. Basically as a teenager, I concluded writing as a non-existent career option, not one where you can churn money. I kept writing nevertheless, albeit in form of some short stories here and there or an odd article.

After finishing Bachelors in Business, I ventured out on my own than doing a job (born to an entrepreneur father) and I thought I did pretty well at it. But somehow didn't love it whole-heartedly. To dig deeper into life, went to London and enrolled for a Masters in logistics from Cranfield University. The intention was to take a break, and see what more life has to offer.

Within a few years, I got a chance to run my international logistics business in several Asian countries and collaborated with some of the best minds of trade. But love was still not there. It is said that you can't fake it.

Somewhere in between; I fell for the missus, got married and became a father too. Perhaps it deserves a book in itself (fatherhood! And how men face its undocumented brunt!)

In 2015, I finally took the plunge of typing out my first book. I'd say typing it out, because the stories were always there (in my mind). It required a crafty effort to bring them out in a way that it entertains and inspire readers.

In the middle of it, I realized that the genre is eternal. Travel is as synonymous of life, and as reflective of its ups and downs as anything could be! Even before I could finish it, I had a part II and a part III brewing in my mind, just like earlier.

So I decided to pursue it committedly for life.

This time I know I will. Because this time, it is out of real love.

PS: I am not quitting my job for this endeavor. It is the one that continues to pay my bills. But writing books is like wife now, one may go out to work for the whole day, but returns to wife at home in evening.

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