Arnav Mathur, a digital travel content creator from Delhi, works from his hostel in Manali, a resort and tourist town in the Indian Himalayas. Photo: Arnav Mathur Arnav Mathur, a digital travel content creator from Delhi, works from his hostel in Manali, a resort and tourist town in the Indian Himalayas. Photo: Arnav Mathur
Arnav Mathur, a digital travel content creator from Delhi, works from his hostel in Manali, a resort and tourist town in the Indian Himalayas. Photo: Arnav Mathur
India

Forget work from home. In India, you can work from mountains instead

  • A tourist initiative being run in the Indian Himalayas is attracting workers from across the country for extended working holidays
  • The model is not just revitalising guests but also small tourism operators struggling from the Covid-19 pandemic

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Arnav Mathur, a digital travel content creator from Delhi, works from his hostel in Manali, a resort and tourist town in the Indian Himalayas. Photo: Arnav Mathur Arnav Mathur, a digital travel content creator from Delhi, works from his hostel in Manali, a resort and tourist town in the Indian Himalayas. Photo: Arnav Mathur
Arnav Mathur, a digital travel content creator from Delhi, works from his hostel in Manali, a resort and tourist town in the Indian Himalayas. Photo: Arnav Mathur
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