The mountains are calling and I must go, and I will work on while I can, studying incessantly.

- John Muir

Jahnvi Pananchikal

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Jahnvi Pananchikal

An advocate of community living and sustainable development. Jahnvi Pananchikal believes in sharing love, respecting the environment and promoting the creative arts. Her instagram account documents encounters with rural and urban India, occasionally elaborated on her blog. After studying in Norway and USA for seven years, Jahnvi spent four years promoting impact-driven educational institutions and start-ups in India. Now as a freelance writer, she writes on adventure and gender diversity for The Outdoor Journal, crafts brand stories for committed entrepreneurs, shares insights on the purpose of traveling, creates children stories on life skills, and writes about issues relating to gender, culture, sustainability and art.

Latest articles

What Does Fear Mean to RJ Ripper, the 2018 Adventurer of the Year?

Rajesh Magar, "RJ Ripper" or just "RJ" to his friends, is a name that not only the people of his native Nepal know well, but also the adventure sports community around the world.

Wildlife Corridors: Why is their Maintenance so Important for India’s Tigers?

India is home to the largest tiger population in the world.

Bringing Back the Giants in the Land of a Million Elephants

Elephants need a natural environment to live healthy and sustain their population.

Why the Aravalli Forest Range is the Most Degraded Zone in India

Twelve years ago, we drove on the deserted road between Gurgaon (now called Gurugram) and Faridabad, after our night shift at work.

The Remarkable Motorsport Team Who Swam to Save Lives During the Kerala Floods

A pregnant woman sent out an emergency call during Kerala floods and AT Rovers, a motorsport and adventure team, were on their way - Swimming 12km at a time.

Getting to the Bottom: What It Took for Priyanka Mangesh Mohite to Climb Everest

“How did you do it? But you're really young!” That was what Priyanka Mangesh Mohite began to hear, when she told people about her successful ascent of the planet’s highest mountain.

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