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  1. Hi … I came accross your blog as I was researching info on Madan Kamadev…. I enjoyed so much your photos… I love India and want to see more… I’ve seen already Kamakhya and Ujjain… next time I want to visit more west bengal, and Boramdheo etc..

    I live in London but nothing compares to India, such rich and beautiful culture..

    You seem to have a great job, being sent to places to take photos!!

    Well done and thank you for sharing your work,

    Namaste
    Marianne

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  2. Hi
    I am working on a “out of the mainstream” info site for travlellers. I wonder whether you might be interested to make your pics or infos available for this project. The site is in a prelaunch stage and will be officially online in a few weeks. For the few, who are testing it right now here the link:

    http://82.165.44.151:8080/travxpert/home.do

    Best regards, Peter

    ps. TravXpert will be available in german and english

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  3. Great blog !!! Being a travelling sales person I enjoyed your blog and the wonderful pictures as well.You have earned a religious follower in me !!!

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  7. Hello,
    I find your beautiful blog and pictures throw link that you add at the lonely planet forum.
    I wonder…are you member at the couch surfing…?
    I’ll be in India at the beggining of October,traveling with my family-3 kids+1 husband…it could be realy nice to meet you.Where do you stay? we’ll start our travel in Bangalore and south to Kochin,and up to Mumbai,we’ll be there for 3 months.
    I wish you all the best !
    Natalia

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    1. Hi Natalie. Yes, i am at couchsurfing, but not very active, i am afraid. I am located in New Delhi, where you must come. The weather will be brilliant if and when you make it here. I would be happy to show you and your family around town. Please do find the email address in the ‘contact me’ section of the site.
      Cheers!

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  8. Hello there! This is my first comment here so I just wanted to give a quick shout out and tell you I genuinely enjoy reading through your posts. Can you recommend any other blogs/websites/forums that deal with the same topics? Thank you!

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  9. hey bodhi, awesome work with the blog….drive up further north and you can still go places where no dilliwalas have been before. j&k is quite safe for drive these days and you should hit the places before they turn into a tourist trap. have been to most of the state and can promise you that it will be a trip worth remembering……
    great to see ol school pals doing gr8… keep up the good work

    rajesh biswas…ASB class of 2001

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    1. Rajesh…. nice to see you here man. Hoe you been posted in different places in J&K? I am pretty sure i will never be able to explore these places like you and your band of fine men have, but i will try. I have left out Kashmir intentionally because when i go there i wanna be gone for months. That needs the moolah.. right now i am making it! See ya around, man!

      Btw, where you posted these days?

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      1. have been all ovr the place….moolah is not really needed (except for the petrol,damn!!) coz there are very few tourist places. there are only unspoilt, untouched slices of heaven where the only places to stay are the saasta saral sarkari guest houses and dak bunglaows.. drive down the old mughal road ( the one used by the emperors on their summer vacations to the valley) or along the famous NH 1A in kargil or even the oft travelled ladakh… it is all simply awesome!!!!
        i am now at jodhpur… do let me know if u are driving by

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  10. Hi this is Prakash Joshi and plan to develop a resort in laps of himalaya….. Was just going through your blog about binsar …. Very keen to talk to you ….. I am leaving my no. 9650244551 please feel free to call me.

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