What image will you get in your mind if I say the words like Bengali lady from a middle class family, retired from National Library, single, draped in a saree, Khadim’s footwear and a bindi? What if I say, that this lady had never travelled in her life till the age of 48? What if I say, this lady today has travelled more than 25 countries and has travelled the length and breadth of India? She is almost 80 but she is an inspiration to all the women who are full of self-doubt. Her confidence, conviction and carefree attitude made her step out of her secure, middle class, working life in Calcutta and there has been no looking back since. She started travelling in 1986 and her first trip was not in the periphery of her city but half way across the world to the USA. Dressed in a saree with a round bindi on her forehead, she travels unflinchingly. While we are too caught up in the latest fashion trends and shade of lipstick but are too scared to follow our dreams, she is busy gathering life experiences and human stories from around the world with age being just a number. When she is not travelling she is running a school for small kids and trying out her hands at traditional Bengali cuisine. Meet Itee Ghosh, the Super Aunty from Calcutta who keeps her heart and soul packed in a VIP suitcase along with her cotton and silk sarees, ready for her next adventure because travel is her constant companion.