My decision to travel literally saved my life and helped me escape the shackles of Brahmanical patriarchy. I will to solo travel until I die.
Travelling makes us forget things. Our travelling experiences makes us enlist what to do and what not to do for our next trip.
To the women who want to travel in India ― life is greater than a house; greater that your overprotective parents, the mean people, sexism and the bounds they have constructed around you. You deserve a big world. Just GO!
"North India is not safe for two girls to travel alone" were words we often heard from almost everyone.
Maybe we’re not entitled to adventure because we’re women, maybe we’re not entitled to travel because we’re women, maybe we’re not entitled to be masters of our own lives because we’re women.
Personally, I find solo travelling very empowering. However, one should also be prepared for the low points.
Apparently, single women can't climb up the Charminar on their own and need to be accompanied by male company.