After notching up a record for driving to Delhi from London in 51 days passing though 15 countries and clocking 13000 kilometers, adventurer Tushar Agarwal has penned his “incredible experience” hoping to inspire others.
“As a traveller you want to keep on exploring. The excitement of discovering new places and meeting some amazing people on the way is what I treasure the most,” says Agarwal says about his passion for travelling.
Agarwal claims to have a total of seven Limca Book of World records.
Agarwal has just brought out his fiction “Road Affair” an account of the epic journeys he made to places that are beyond human imagination. From Ladakh to Arunachal Pradesh, he has travelled on some of the toughest terrains of India and the world.
Talking about the need to pen down his experiences, Agarwal says he has always been an avid blogger.
“I began writing about my voyage three years back. People have always appreciated my blog. I felt that it was the right time to compile all my travel experiences and bring out a book that can inspire people to pursue their dream despite the odds,” he says.
As a person who has travelled extensively across the globe, the avid travel enthusiast shares many vivid experiences in the book brought out by Heritage Publishers.
He talks in particular about a road trip he made with his team to Tibet.
“Tibet has some extreme roads. The journey was really tough. We travelled for around 1000 kms on wild roads. After a point we encountered smooth, silky road. I was so overwhelmed with joy that I started crying” he says.