Nomadic Indian- Deepanshu Sangwan Biography Age, Girlfriend, Earning

Nomadic Indian- Deepanshu Sangwan Biography



Nomadic Indian
is a world traveler from Mumbai Maharastra. Currently traveling to Uzbekistan on the northwestern side of India. Today we’ll take a look at the most enjoyable travel vlogger Mr. Deepanshu Sangwan publically known as Nomadic Indian on social media mainly on youtube.

He has more than a million subscribers on the youtube platform and more than 90k followers on Instagram. He entertains all of his followers by giving them a virtual travel tour of different destinations and beautiful countries of the world. He traveled to more than 12 countries now in Uzbekistan the central Asian country separated from USSR.

Usually, he travels by hitchhiking and normal hostels and public transport. He hitchhiked more than 35000 kilometers all over the world. Before your suspense gets crushed let’s move ahead to know more about the life of Nomadic Indian Deepanshu Sangwan.

Nomadic Indian Bio/Wiki

NameDeepanshu Sangwan
NationalityIndian
ReligionHindu
ProfessionVlogging/Influencer
Famous ForTraveling/Vlogging/Filming

Physical Stats & More

HeightIn Centimeter-176cm
In meter-1.76 m
In Feet-5Feet 8 Inch
Weight68 Kg
149 lbs
Body MeasurementsChest:–
Waist:–
Biceps:–
Eye ColorBlack
Hair ColorBlack

Nomadic Indian’s Personal Life

Date Of Birth27 July 1993
Age In 202128
Birth PlaceBhadra Town Bhiwani
Zodiac Sign/Sun SignCancer
NationalityIndian
HometownBhadra Town Bhiwani Haryana
ReligionHindu
HobbiesTraveling, Photography, Storytelling, Videography

Educational Qualification

Primary EducationKirorimal Public School Bhiwani Haryana
Higher /Secondary EducationArmy Public School Bikaner Rajasthan
GraduationSharda University Delhi (BBA)

Girlfriends Affairs and More

Marital StatusSingle
Affairs & GirlfriendsNot Know

Family

Parents Mr. Sangwan From Sadulpur Rajasthan
Ms. Sangwan Dadri Haryana
Siblings1 Sister

Things he Uses While Travelling



LaptopBuy On Amazon
CameraBuy On Amazon
MicBuy On Amazon
PhoneBuy On Amazon
TentBuy On Amazon
Sleeping bagBuy On Amazon
Travel Credit Debit CardBuy On Amazon
ShoesBuy On Amazon
JacketBuy On Amazon

YouTube Info, Income/Net Worth



Started YoutubeJoined May 3, 2017
Subscribers1.06M subscribers
Views126,336,691 views
Daily Income$37.00 – $592.00 As Per Social Blade
Monthly Income$1,110.00 – $17,760.00 As Per Social blade
Yearly Income$13,320.00 – $213,120.00 As Per Social Blade

How Nomadic Indian Started Travelling?



In his life his family changed their house many times, at first they lived in Bhadra then Bhiwani after that Bikaner then Delhi, Mumbai Gurgaon Chandigarh, and again in Mumbai.

In this hustle, he was been in different cultures like Rajasthani Haryanvi Punjabi, and Marathi culture. He became a multicultural personality but by birth, he is from Haryana. Nearly 10 years back he traveled Junagarh Rajasthan in the district Bikaner where they lived and he did his schooling.

There in Junagarh, he saw some backpackers from different countries his talked with them for 4,5 minutes, and asked them how and why they are traveling. This thing inspired him to travel like nomads and his journey of traveling was started because of this childhood story.

His first trip was to Meghalaya during his college with his friends when he was in Delhi. But he never did solo traveling till now. Because he was not a full-time traveler, he thought of his life and profession after working in Justdial in Delhi. He did a job in Mumbai for three months.

Again he left his job and was preparing for a govt Job he did many things he was preparing for MBA, HSSC, and CAT but failed to do this. One day he gave an exam for CDS and came back home. On that day he wasn’t able to sleep. He did not sleep all night.

after morning he was scrolling youtube and a video pop in sidebar suggestions from a traveler telling his story of traveling with almost no money he watched that video. This same story has happened with Nomad shubham another youngest traveler from Bihar. This TedTalk inspired him to travel alone by doing Couchsurfing and hitchhiking.

But again another challenge was to find a person from India who is traveling like this this was easy for top-rated countries people who have stronger countries. in terms of currency. Like US citizens can spend a week in India by their one day earning, he was searching for an Indian who is traveling like this.

Again he was scrolling youtube and watching travel videos on youtube day and night then a video popped out from Mountain Trekker Varun vagish.

He watched his traveling videos of Thailand and nearby countries. Again, Varun Vagish was another inspiration. This was his story of starting to travel he told in one of his youtube videos.

Which Country Nomadic India Likes The Most?

According to some of his videos, he loves the Persian country Iran the most. He told that he loves its cultural infrastructure and food too.

He says that IRAN is not an Arab country and that the culture is not like other Arabic countries. The culture of Arabic countries and IRAN is totally different the people of IRAN don’t treat people like an Arab country. There are two sides of every country that they’ll behave friendly or maybe you will face racism or religious or cultural hate.

But he told that the people of Iran were amazing he really enjoyed that trip and he will remember that trip all of his life. The second country he really enjoyed the experience was thrilling and obviously dangerous. He visited Afghanistan the most dangerous country under the Taliban.

that country was being controlled by USA Army and democracy was established by the US government most of the violent terrorists were killed at that time that is why tourism was being opened in Afghanistan you can watch Afghanistan vlogs of Wandering maniacs who also traveled Afghanistan.

When Deepanshu Sangwan visited that country tho bombs were exploded by the terrorists, in Kabul the main capital of Afghanistan. He was afraid and counting his moments he wasn’t expecting that he would be back in India alive. But it all went right.

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