About Me

Bhavishya Badri (44)


Who are you?

That hardly matters. Just for the record, I have been trying to explore the ignored and the unknown destinations of this country India since 2011. I mostly travels solo and travel on budget.

Are you really a slacker?

Well, not exactly. I have to do various things to survive. For a long time, I used to be a corporate slave and the title of this site was nothing more than a Big Lebowski inspired fantasy. But thankfully that is past now and I survive on freelance work, without having to visit the office.

What are the places you are interested in?

While there is no discrimination between destinations, my particular interests lie in desolated Himalayan valleys and forgotten archaeological vestiges of the great Indian plains.

What exactly is your long term mission?

I see myself as a travel blogger of the proletariat. I am an extreme budget traveller of offbeat destinations. I want to show that even people who did not top their exams and do not have high flying jobs can also break free from the tyranny of life at times and travel on small budgets. Luxury resorts and fine dining are not for me. I will sleep on the footpath if that is legal and saves money. I never buy a travel package and avoid guides unless it is extremely necessary. I love very basic, budget hotels, sleeper class trains and state transport buses with open windows (non AC). Through these travelogues, I want to build content that provides genuinely useful tips and bridge the information gap for these offbeat destinations of Incredible India.

Does anybody else care about your stuff? Have you ever published or got featured elsewhere?

Features, memberships and publications include Outlook Traveller Gateways, Free Press Journal Newspaper, Terrascape Magazine, Indiatimes, WWF Calendar, Discover India’s North East Magazine, Getty Images, The Alternative, Cox and Kings Blog, Indian Endangered, and Routofy among others.

Check this page for some of the published work. Although I do not update it regularly due to my characteristic procrastination.

How does one contact you for collaborations, questions, brickbats and other such things?

Mail me at [email protected]

or Call/WhatsApp at 91-9560292676

Connect with me on Google+ at

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14 thoughts on “About Me

  • 2016/10/14 at 11:12 am

    You are an inspiration. I hope someday I will join you on some adventure. I don’t know but somehow I think there is so much I can learn under your tutelage.

  • 2017/02/24 at 11:24 am


    I am great found of your travelogues & would want to read each & every post of your. I suggest you to classify your post on geographical locations or State/City wise. This would be very much easy for readers.

    Regards (Keep up the good work)

  • 2018/06/08 at 5:33 pm

    Courageous stuff! Just recovering from a a knee operation – result of too many treks – and am planning a light trek to Kasol – Kheerganga route. This time however my wife is accompanying me. Could you provide me info (names & numbers) with home stay options in Grahan village? We plan to go there during Diwali and stay for 10-12 days. Do oblige Sir.

  • 2018/06/10 at 6:21 am

    Lovely. Hope you see a lot more places. 🙂

  • 2018/08/14 at 4:06 pm

    One of the best blogs on travel. Came across while wanting to read about Kasol trip which I am planning btw for the complete next week.
    Would be of great help if you could provide me some more details on the hotels / homestays. Thank you 🙂

    • 2018/08/14 at 7:25 pm

      Thanks Akhil… there is no dearth of hotels and homestays in that region. But be careful of the rains in this season.

  • 2018/09/08 at 9:09 pm

    Useful posts and publications

  • 2018/10/12 at 4:41 pm

    Looks like I have met another true traveller. Great to connect.
    My god! You’ve been blogging from 2011! That is a long time blogging! Looking forward to meet you some day soon.

  • 2018/12/01 at 11:32 am

    I am a solo late middle aged female traveler from Kolkata . Your blog is very informative and helpful , I am going through it . I have few plans for Himachal pradesh . I am planning to go to Tithan and Parvati valley in the moth of March next year . I shall go by HPTDC bus from Delhi to Aut , from there I shall go to Banjar, if time permits I shall go to Nagini , and then Sojha ( Jalori pass and Salolsar Lake ) . After that I shall go to Kasol , and cover Tosh and Kalga , I am not interested in Kheerganga trek . Do you have any suggestion for me ? I want to spend 3/ 4 nights in Tirthan and 3 nights in Parvati Valley .

    Thank you before hand

  • 2018/12/20 at 7:24 pm

    Hi Jit,

    Its good to see traveller like u from my native,Assam.Along with others u r a inspirational person for me as well.

    Keep travelling n share the beautiful moments.


  • 2018/12/21 at 12:35 pm

    Travelling is the best part of life. You are such an inspirational person for every slacker. Keep sharing these beautiful moments with us.


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