About me

Equestrian and wildlife enthusiast with a wanderlusting heart, that’s me.


I’m high on life and coconut water and nothing else, much to my parents’ relief.

Ever since I was little I was a wildlife enthusiast, so much so that I even reared chicks of a chicken under my bed for half a day, then they cheeped like crazy, and my parents found out. When my parents discovered my love for snakes and horses, they realised that they should have just let me rear chicks under my bed.

Although I believe in world peace through nonviolent means, I have been bitten by a monkey, snake, tortoise, swan, wasp, dog, sandflies, leeches, ticks, whacked by a crocodile, head-butted by a sheep, bitten by and bucked off (several times) a horse.

Globe trotted solo while literally getting lost and finding myself anew. You can read one such story here.

I’m passionate about horses, horse riding, writing, photography, herpetology, and trekking in the mighty Himalayas.

Some of my work appeared in The Hindu,  Saevus and other online magazines. 

I’m also an information security professional. “Saving the world from security threats” is part of my professional agenda. 









  1. I follow you on FB without your permission 😛 for your awesome clicks. Nice to see you have a page where I can read what you think too.

  2. you are a stallion’s rider, a turtule’s heater
    a shepherd to the lost sheeps, an amusement to the lizard

    you also take the role of an inmate to give company to the bacheloratte
    and you are a good contact for the roman warrior if he runs out of horses for his charriot

    you are like a lone wolf wandering in the snow of himalayas
    and at times you flash your high end camera infront of a nepali village women

    thats all for now

    1. Wow! That’s one hell of a great compliment… 😀
      “you are a good contact for the roman warrior if he runs out of horses for his charriot” ha ha!
      Thank you for taking the time to read! :)))

  3. Hey, I’m from Nepal, now doing master’s in Germany, was so delighted to see your pics of ABC circuit. I’ve also been on that trek, it was just much nature to love for 🙂

    1. Nepal is such a beautiful country, lucky you! 🙂 Totally fell in love with ABC! This is one place I will visit over and over.
      Thank you and best wishes! 😀

  4. You are looking nice and fond of reading your writing. You describe the points very well. I think you are a ‘tom-girl’ in your nice. Keep it up your nice work. I like also travelling, photography and tracking.

  5. This is really nice pic and also nice place. I love to visit that type of place. I am form India. Where is it he place and how I will reach there from India(Delhi).

  6. Really inspiring. I admire as well as envy your attitude. I have been struggling to find my work-life balance, and your website shows me a new perspective towards life…. I have been slogging away without a break thinking that I will retire at 40 and then enjoy life…but looks like that would be too late…I should be starting NOW NOW 🙂

  7. Alishahid you man Annapurna Circuit. It’s in Nepal, you have to go to Kathmandu first.
    These guys helped us:

    Trek Organizers
    Unique Path Trekking & Expedition Company P.O.Box: 11964, Nayabazar, Kathmandu, Nepal Tel: 0097714364017 or 0097714364262(Office 10 am to 6 pm) Fax: 0097714387378
    Babu Sitaula, Managing Director Tel: +97714890760/61(Home) Cell: +9779851098143(always)
    Email: info@uniquepathtrek.com or info@nepaltrekkinginfo.com

    हिमाँशु सिंह Very kind of you to say that! 🙂 It encourages me to write more, thank you 😀

  8. Mady I got into photography just last year and fell in love with it and I’m constantly learning, I have a long way to go! 🙂 Thank you and best wishes!

  9. Hi Mamta me also an IT professional and your works really inspire me how you do such out of world trek and photography managing our freaking work schedule.
    Your Annapurrna Circuit has really mesmerized me.
    I will be really grateful if you share me the itinerary of this trip if possible.My Email id :PaulSoumyajit2010@gmail.com.
    Thanks in advance

  10. just fantabulous!!!
    you click so amazing pics
    i also have interests similar to you.
    i wish i could follow your footsteps.

  11. Soumyajit Paul I strongly believe in the old adage “where there is a will there is a way” 😛 Thank you for your kind words!
    I will send you the itinerary shortly! 🙂

    Ramya thank you! 😀 I’m sure you’ll find a way to follow your heart! My best wishes to you!

  12. Please visit konkan coast, from goa to cochin you will really enjoy it .Focus on natural,untouched beaches (KARWAR,MURDESHWAR, BHATKAL(especially light house),Maravanthe,St Marry’s island, Kaup light house,Surathkal light house,Someshwar beach etc,etc.).Regarding western ghats trekking Kodachadri(kollur) is the ultimate.Still more to follow.About Gokarna(my home town) i was thrilled to hear from you.Best of luck.

    1. I just returned from a trip to Velas. Very beautiful place, falling in love with Konkan coast! Thank you for the suggestion, I will add these places to my list! 🙂

  13. Hi Kishore, do you live in blr or are you just visiting? There are a lot of place you can bird within blr like Hebbal for water birds, Lal Bagh, Bannerghatta park, in and around Valley school, Nandi Hills, Hesaraghatta lake for Raptors, etc. I hope this helps. 🙂

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