Introduction

A Borrowed Backpack is a blog comprising of snippets from the bit of life I consider to be a “dream-life”. It is named so because for one of my initial adventure-trips, I had to borrow the backpack from a friend.  I now, of course, have one of my own :D :D , but the first one is always special!

I’ll keep packing stories and experiences in my life’s backpack and try and share the awesome ones here.

If you have something to talk about, send a love/hate mail, or just generally say hi! , please feel free to do so.

A word about the photographs on the blog. You might look at them and think that it could, for sure, be better! If you do, you are right. I use a point and shoot camera to take pictures, hence the quality is not same as a DSLR. :D
Also, if you wish to use any photograph for any purpose, please write to me before you do.

Love and light to all.

21 Comments

21 thoughts on “Introduction

  1. charu chauhan

    It was a pleasure that you joined on Barsana and Nandgaon Holi trip. It was pleasure meeting you . You are such a simple, down to earth sweet girl. I am impressed with your blog, your style of writing. Keep writing :) All the best !

  2. Nice reading about you

    Thanks for visiting my blog. Be in touch. Browse through the category sections, I feel you may find something of your interest.

  3. Hey! When I started travelling, I borrowed a friend’s backpack too. In fact, I borrowed it so often, that she gave it to me, and said that she would borrow it when she needs it!

    Great blog; happy travels!

    • Hahahahahahaa!! Wonderful friend you have!
      Thank you so much Sosha. :D :D
      Mine gave up on the backpack as I didn’t return it to him for quite some time after returning from the trip. I later sheepishly called him so that the backpack sits with its rightful owner. :D

  4. Anil thakur

    Hi there…liked your blog…I am from himachal(palampur),just wanted to suggest you a small place…it’s called BAROT..65 km from baijnath.there’s a trout fish breeding farm.Also visit lohardi,few km from there…hope you will like it…

  5. Alok Bodh

    Just a samll Introduction of mine …BTW your blog is awsm , i m a new Traveller…. ( Means i not have such a big experience in travelling),.but still i travelled Ladakh(A solo Bike tour on 14 july ,2013-23 july,2013), jammu( only jammu& near by places ), Himachal( Manali, Dhramshala,chamba,kangra) , and somewhere Jaipur …
    Really enjoyed your blog , need a suggestion from your side.
    I m planning to go kasol within this month end from 29 dec till 2 jan ( as i got some time from my office).

    Please suggest me , that is it gud to go there at this time ??
    waiting for your suggestions.
    Thnx
    Alok
    8586885898

    • Hi Alok,
      Kasol receives tourists throughout the year, but in highly varied numbers. A lot many cafes and eateries are closed due to low influx of tourists as they migrate temporarily to Pushkar, Goa and Gokarna. The Himalayan region, as you would know, is extremely cold during the dates you have chosen to visit Kasol in.
      You can also visit Manikaran, which is close by Kasol.
      Thanks for your kind words.

    • Wow! You’ve been to the best places already, man!

  6. Hi Divya .. Love the name of the blog !

  7. Wool Gatherer

    Hi, I have nominated you for the ‘Liebster Award’. Please read the post about it here http://gonewoolgathering.blogspot.in/2013/11/the-liebster-award-cute.html

  8. Indeed a Interesting name “A Borrowed Back pack”.. :D
    BTW Thanks for dropping by my site and I wish you visit Majuli to see its beauty,if you need any information regarding the connectivity I will be happy to help you..BTW I have mentioned the possible connectivity to your comment in my blog.. :D

  9. Superb Divya!
    Amazing Description of Wonderful Experience..
    Cheers
    Dhawal Shah

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