The Kunzum Travel Mag is here. It’s new, it takes a refreshing approach to travel writing, it goes with you in your gadgets, and it’s FREE. To be delivered monthly. We promise travels will never be same again.
Available in the Following Formats
- PDF (to be read on any computer, tablets and other devices including mobile supporting a PDF reader)
- For iBooks on the iPad: Or for any e-reader supporting the .epub file format
- For the Kindle
- On Issuu: For online reading with the option to download.
How do you subscribe
CLICK HERE to access the Subscription Form. It is a simple, quick process and you will automatically receive the links to the current and back issues. And we will mail you the links for new issues as they are published. No payments, no credit card details required.
Or you can subscribe to the mag and read it online on Issuu. No downloads required. Click here to start.
Do write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are facing any problems.
ISSUES SO FAR
If you want to read the mag before you decide to subscribe, the following links will direct you to the respective issues:
- Issue 9, June 2012
- Issue 8, May 2012
- Issue 7, April 2012
- Issue 6, December 2011
- Issue 5, November 2011
- Issue 4, October 2011
- Issue 3, September 2011
- Issue 2, August 2011
- Issue 1, July 2011
A Note from Ajay Jain
The Kunzum Travel Mag is here. Travellers rejoice!
For four years, we have been on the road writing stories and capturing images – and sharing these with you. Through our blog (www.kunzum.com), in the form of books, through social media, and in person. Nothing comes close to the fun we have had all along.
And now we have a mag too. Always wanted one, but could not figure out the business side of it. Our EUREKA moment finally came, and we did not take long to bring out the first issue of the mag after that. Yes, it is an e-mag. As a PDF (for computers and mobile devices) and for the iPad and the Kindle. To be with you on the go, easily accessible and archived.
What makes our content any special? We bring you first-hand travel accounts, written in an anecdotal style, and illustrated with images. Along the way, you will meet interesting people, get a peep into their cultures and societies, walk through histories, admire landscapes, witness events, connect with Nature’s flora and fauna, embark on road drives, hop on to special trains, feel spiritual and more. Our goal is to prompt you to pack your bags and hit the trail we have been on. As a traveller, not a tourist.
You will notice much of the content is from India and the rest of the subcontinent. This is by design. This is one of the richest regions on the planet for travellers, and yet highly under-reported. In our way, we want to make good this shortfall. To whatever extent possible. One can spend any number of lifetimes travelling but there will still be layers left to peel.
Join us in our journeys. Let us exchange stories. For us, travel is not just a job. It is our philosophy for living. It defines us. It is our identity.
That is why we travel. What do you do?
CTO (Chief Travelling Officer): Ajay Jain - He also hogs the driver’s seat
CEO (Chief Editorial Officer): Anubhuti Rana – Prefers being on the passenger seat on the highways
CSO (Chief Social Officer): Shruti Sharma - Found on Facebook, Twitter, Kunzum Travel Café or trekking in the wild
CDO (Chief Design Officer): Faizan Patel – Also Chief Desk Officer, that’s where he is stuck when others travel