India Sunset by Sharukh Bamboat
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Visit Sharukh Bamboat’s blog site at https://indiadestinationsblog.wordpress.com
About Sharukh Bamboat
Sharukh is a full time freelance web content writer by profession, a blogger, ghostwriter, article writer, and press release writer. He started the freelance content writing journey in 2009. His intent to communicate stories that inform and captivate the audience, and also deliver on immediate and long term business goals.
He’s a sure success at his beginning goal proclamation. “I want to become a good travel writer first and convert my blog into a website and showcase people different places in India that are so pristine and raw because not many tourists visit it. Once this is done and if I can make some income from it, I can move on to fiction.”
Sharukh someday wants to write a fiction story based on his real experiences in India. At one time he was inspired to write by various action thrillers like Bourne Series and Bond movies. He thought of “a story that would span across India, Pakistan, and Afghanistan and how bigger politics trickles down to affect the life of a common man.” Hopefully, in the future, he can recollect his thoughts and ideas and write a best seller fiction book.
Sharukh also enjoys traveling, photography, movies and reading. He started his blog site India Destinations with the intent to offer the best travel information to people. He’s done that! He’s made the India Destinations blog different from other travel blogs. Followers know from his blog posts that he’s passionate about engaging and impacting his readers with “words, words that inspire, evoke a sense of joy, comfort, and nourish your soul.”
Sharukh Loves Sunsets
“I live on the west coast of India so I’m emotionally attached to sunsets. Also, sunsets remind me of my late mother. During my teen days, I used to stay in the downtown area, so after my evening homework, my mother and I would take a walk at the beach and watch the sunset together. Marine Drive in Mumbai is the special place where I used to be with my mother to watch sunsets. I still go there with Sarah.”
Sunset at Marine Drive, Mumbai. India
Sharukh used his smartphone (Asus Zenfone 5) to take the sunset photographs. Near his home there is “a newly constructed road, which has salt pans on both sides” with a “vast open space for clouds and sunsets.”
Sunrise at Rishikesh – Sharukh’s first Before Sundown’s featured header on 9/27/2015
Enjoy Sharukh’s India sunset and his blog site https://indiadestinationsblog.wordpress.com