Abhishek Kaushal, Co-Founder & Chief Executive
Born and brought up in Shimla, Himachal Pradesh, India, Abhishek is an avid trekker, climber, and travel advisor for several Himalayan destinations. With ancestral roots in Chamba district going back several generations, Abhishek has traveled extensively across Himachal Pradesh and Ladakh, and also explored Sikkim, Arunachal Pradesh, and Uttarakhand. He strongly believes that a journey should be all about experiences along the way and exploring the destination (and not just a check-list to be ticked complete).
Ameen Shaikh, Co-Founder & Chief of Operations
Born and brought up in Shimla, Himachal Pradesh, India, Ameen is a thoughtful writer, diligent photographer, and passionate trekker. Although his ancestral roots are from Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh and Cuddapah, Andhra Pradesh, Ameen’s affinity and connection to the mountains and his desire to explore them further has led him to travel across various lesser-known places. He pays attention to detail and adopts a systematic approach in order to achieve perfection through continuous improvement.
Sanjay Mukherjee, Founder & Strategy Advisor
Born in Delhi and brought up in Mumbai, Sanjay is a thinker, writer, and mountain-walker who has invested more than two decades in creating artistic and design works in the fields of journalism, online media, communication, music, technology-enabled performance support, and learning methodologies. Unorthodox in method, a specialist in Critical Thinking processes and a firm adherent to the Concept of Mastery, Sanjay believes that work – like life – is a performing art.
Abhinav Kaushal, Writer
“There’s a sound I hear deep within me that makes me wander and it arouses questions to which only nature has answers. In recent years, my travels have made me feel more connected to what we actually are as human beings. The uniqueness of each journey fascinates and intrigues me more and more to look beyond the horizon. I travel as it gives me peace and makes me feel alive.” That’s how Abhinav (The Wayfarer) describes his wanderlust.
The Mountains don’t seek attention. They are too huge and have stood the test of time to seek attention from lesser mortals. Unlike the seas, these silent mountains don’t hide anything – they reveal everything to you in various seasons and times. They just humbly yet strongly remind you how to let go of that ego and make you realise that you’re a part of the universe and there’s something way bigger than you can even imagine. Visit a mountain once and you’ll leave a part of you behind.