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Bio: I am Deepak Chauhan, traveler, photographer, rider and a TEDX speaker from Haridwar, India. I started traveling on a motorcycle by coincidence when my friend(Bhishma) asked me for a short Trip from Mumbai to Goa On a Motorcycle and he didn't know how to ride one. We started on his motorcycle for a weekend trip and ended up traveling 46000+km across India in 500+days on a Royal Enfield. During this trip, I quit my job but kept traveling on people generosity. After my India tour, I started a crowdfunding campaign for Europe Trip and Traveled 16,000 Km across 18 European countries on a 25-year-old motorcycle using the Crowdfunded money. I saved some money (using Couch surfing )during my Europe trip. I got sponsored by Castrol Biking for traveling across south east asia. I have traveled across south east Asia for 6 months and now started my own business of making world class OMO Electric cycles and Manual cycles with my friend Bhishma Thank you for checking out my blog and spending your precious time in exploring my vision . All my images are All Rights Reserved. They should not be reproduced in any way, and unauthorized use is strictly prohibited. If you wish to use any of my images please contact me ( dkchauhan2k7@gmail.com) Regards, Deepak Kumar Chauhan(aka DK)

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  1. I like your blog because it gives visitors like myself incite into life where you live. I do exactly the same thing with my blog, promoting life in the Pacific Northwest of the United States.

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      1. I’m very selective about whose blog I follow. I like your blog because I can learn of your homeland. Your photography is promising. Keep shooting. I’ve been a photographer for 42 years.

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        1. Now I don’t have words to reply . . Thank you very much for your kind words. I can see the experience you have from your photographs.. The light is so perfect in all photographs. I didn’t find a spot of dis balance in light in all your photographs… Your blog in not only a source of understanding the life but also a source of learning photography..I am 24 year old and still leaning photography… Thank you very much again for your kind words.. I will try my best to post as much as possible about my country and also I will be learning for your photographs too πŸ™‚

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  2. Hi DK, Was trying to google on why Khasis offer Tambuls always. Your blog on the folktale about Tambuls amongst Khasis was very nice. Have been fortunate to travel to many UN-MAPPED / UN-CHARTERED parts of the country, by virtue of my earlier service. Now Im in the process of reminiscing those travels on my blog –

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