Have you ever thought of quitting a promising job at the peak of your career for the sake of your interest? Sounds impossible! However, someone has actually given up his job to follow his instinct. Meet Sachin Bhandary, a budding traveler who quit his PR job for a year and made travelling his mission to pursue his interests. While traveling he realized that this is an incredible opportunity to learn something new. This influenced him to come up with the idea of launching ‘The Odd Traveller’ on his 32nd birthday. On this platform, he shares some of his offbeat travel experiences. His mission behind the launching of this platform is to make people realize that through traveling they can pursue their long wished interests in life. Read the full article from Triphobo here.
Ever wondered why people swear by Mandovi Express’ food? While testing claims that the Mandovi Express serves the best food among Indian Railways’ trains, Sachin Bhandary takes us behind the scenes for a peek into the yummy secrets. Read the full article from DNA here.
Today, crowdfunding via social networking platforms is the go-to option for anyone with a creative idea but few financial backers. From music albums to technology and art projects, community events to higher education, board games to comic books…. Read the full article on HindustanTimes here.
Was the 25-day Indian Railway experience a fun one?
I’d be lying if I said it was a fun experience. I would never do this again. After a point the mundaneness gets to you. But it was a great experience and allowed me to push the boundaries and learn new things. I think we don’t fully comprehend…….. Read full interview on India Today here.
A few birthdays ago, on November 25, Sachin Bhandary decided to put his dream into action: quit a cushy job to travel the world. The “odd traveller”, as he likes to call himself, embarked on Project 12, with the mission of staying a month each in 12 countries. Read the full article on Mid-Day here.
“I always had the passion to travel. My mom used to work for the Indian Railways and I have fond memories of travelling by trains and always wanted to understand the railway network,” says 32 year-old Sachin Bhandary, a PR professional from Mumbai. Read the full article here.
Air miles notwithstanding, there are few things that can match the adventure of a train journey. It was on his 32nd birthday last year that Sachin Bhandary decided to quit his job as a public relations executive to travel. Read the whole article from Hindustan Times here.
While travelling, Sachin also discovered stories of numerous Indians and their hopes and aspirations. He took a gourmet treat on wheels and was also alone in a compartment of a train running through a moonlit desert sky.
Mumbai: Sachin Bhandary, quit his successful PR job for ‘The 12 Project’ which involves him traveling to countries around the world taking monthly challenges. At The Hive, Mumbai on Sunday, 16th August – Sachin will share stories from a ‘part-excruciating-part-exhilarating’ journey across the four corners of India. Read More