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Mornings are blissful in general but when you are at Chandrataal, they are a rare blessing. Even the considerable drop in temperature dint allows us to stay inside. It’s a wall painting out there which we admire in our daily lives and often are forced to think if such a piece of perfection exists in the living world out there. And then one fine day, the painting comes to reality and you immerse your soul in the sweet nector and enjoy every bit of it. And that’s the way my morning at Chandrataal was!
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When the journeys are too long but they don’t bother, when the destination is far enough but it does the justice, when the lifestyle is too raw but it still holds tight, a traveler’s lust is contented.
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The time and spacial coordinates of our existence keep on changing constantly. And the idea of turning those coordinates into a justified graph sounds like a worthy plan to me. A design worth checking out later on when you are old and tired enough to finally settle down, taking a sip of coffee in your home’s garden, doing a revision of the mighty life you have spent in all those long years.
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The story of the acclaimed fairyland where the fragrance of flowers is considered to be so strong that can make you faint. It does not end here, Let’s get started!
Valley of flowers is a mesmerizing trekking trivia in Uttarakhand which puts on display the millions of species of flowers such as saxifrags, sediams, lilies, poppy, calendular, daisies, geranium, zinnia, petunia, blue primula and much more. Continue reading “Valley Of Flowers – The fairyland of million fragranced flowers”
The story of a village where people believe that Lord Shani resides in the temple icon and punishes anyone who tries an attempt at theft is no less than an amazement:
Shani Shingnapur is a village situated in Nevasa taluka of Ahmednagar district of Maharashtra. The village is famous as it is the home to the most popular temple of Lord Shani. The deity in the temple is a self emerged black stone, from the earth. The existence of the temple is believed to be from the start of Kali yuga Continue reading “Shani Shingnapur Village – A village without doors”