From Ankita Konwar’s Travel book – Lots of dragonflies and nature | Travel


Ankita Konwar likes to journey, as a lot as us. The health fanatic, who is usually noticed within the quaint corners of nature engrossed in a yoga place or excessive depth exercises, additionally takes her day off for a enjoyable day amidst the greens. Ankita is freshly again from her week-long trip with husband Milind Soman and her Instagram has plethora of footage from her getaway.

The couple, just lately took off to Gujarat and since then they’ve been sharing envy-inducing footage from their trip on their Instagram profile. From posing in a yoga place on prime of a tree to indulging in savoury road meals of Gujarat, Ankita has been doing all of it.

With it, she additionally retains sharing professional recommendations on the methods to journey to have the ability to discover a spot in its truest kind. On Monday, Ankita drove our Monday blues distant with a brief video of herself strolling amidst the inexperienced and now we’re yearning for a trip as effectively.

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In the video, wearing a gray and neon tank prime and a black pair of shorts, Ankita could be seen leaping and working in the direction of the digital camera as she could be seen being blissful. Around her, the dragonflies could be seen flying round. “Can you spot the dragonflies,” Ankita captioned her video. Take a take a look at her drool-worthy video right here:


With the silhouette of the hills within the backdrop and a tree including extra magnificence to her picturesque backdrop, Ankita’s video is as dreamy as doable. Ankita added the hashtags to her submit – #nature, #love and #greenisgood.

A couple of days again, Ankita posed with a plate full of ganthiya and jalebis – the well-known road meals of Gujarat. She additionally requested her Instagram household to not be a vacationer and as an alternative be an explorer. The greatest technique to discover a spot is by speaking to the locals, indulging in native meals and by collaborating in native actions, she advised.

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