With travel blogging on a high, more and more people are asking and inspiring other people to leave behind their daily lives and travel. Why? Apparently, it is a well-accepted social experience that confirms travelling to be a major personality developer.
In fact, you must have seen it too on the internet. There are probably millions of blogs that start with different linguistic and semantic variations of ‘How travelling changed my life!’ In fact, this is one of the main reasons why we decided to explore what makes travelling such an impactful journey on one’s personality. Are you ready to find out? Then let’s take a look –
- One experiences new forms of cultures
People in different parts of the world look at things in a variety of light and travelling exposes that to you. Even if you consider India, the essence of Hinduism you see in the Northern states of the country is very different from that of the Southern states and yet they are, in fact, the same religion.
We are all different as humans and have various opinions. Even if these differ, it does not necessarily make one better than the other. This is what travelling helps you realize, and people tend to respect and acknowledge these differences rather than just avoiding or fighting over them. It does not matter whether one is travelling with holiday tour groups or solo – the effect is the same, if one keeps an open mind away from dogma.
- Nature shapes up on one’s world view
No one can stand on the gates of Man Sarovar and think that it is not beautiful because it’s Hindu. Every culture and religion is eventually interpreting nature and the universe in its own way. Even if beliefs do not overlap or meet at a point, there is something about the inherent magnanimity of this world that makes it so beautiful.
With enough travelling we can realize that the world we live in is much more than what we think it is. That just makes people more acceptable towards everything that exists here and strokes a sense of altruism in them!
- Moving out of the comfort zone
Every human being has their own comfort zone that makes them feel safe and stable – however, with travellers the circumference of this zone keeps increasing with time. They are no more intimidated of meeting new people or being socially awkward and do not longingly seek for social media approvals to validate their existence in this age where social media rules almost everyone’s life.
They tend to have a healthier and more accepting mindset that moves away from the prejudices of every day.
So, if you want to go through a similar and exciting process of personality development, then start travelling with India group tours. After a few times, you will be good enough to travel solo and probably view life from a whole other perspective!