A photographer-blogger Deepak Chauhan, and his friend Bhishma Choudhary had travelled 30,000 km in 300 days across India. With a Royal Enfield Bullet, and one mobile phone, these guys set out on a journey to cover the whole of south India. They never stopped since, and continued their sojourn to other places all over the country.
They are back with new travel tales, this time to the North-East and Bhutan. Deepak, along with Bhishma and another friend, Mrigank, covered another 12,000 kms in 150 days, starting off from Dhanbad and ending their journey at Mechuka, a small village in Arunachal Pradesh.
Given below are glimpses of their journey across the seven sister states and Bhutan.
A travel platform called Trip Mapic helped them support their plans financially.
Giving all of us some major travel goals, here are their travel tales on their website, LonelyIndia.
Here is a map of their journey across the North-East and Bhutan.
Here's to making new friends on the road.
Check out their website for more detailed accounts of their journeys and amazing pictures from all over the country.