Gyanganj - A secret land deep in the Himalayas where immortals live

Gyanganj – A secret land deep in the Himalayas where immortals live!

In the loft snow capped peaks of the mighty Himalayas hides some of the deepest secrets of the world. One such secret is of a land of immortals where superhuman inhabitants. Gyanganj or Siddhashram is a place located in the remote isolated valleys of Himalayas that is known to hold the secrets of immortality. Gyanganj or Siddhashram is home to several immortal saints with supernatural powers. Continue reading “Gyanganj – A secret land deep in the Himalayas where immortals live!”

Kinnaur buddhist temple Kalpa

The valleys, The magic, The peace: Kinnaur

Deviated from the league of other hill stations of Himachal Pradesh, Kinnaur is a paradise located around 235 kms from Shimla. The green haven puts its adorning features on display as chiseled perfectly. Rain washed, untouched and fresh spaces, delicious scarlet red apple orchards and narrow lanes where trees join themselves from opposite ends, exploring Kinnaur through the eyes of a traveler is angelic.
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Tips for an amazing city break to Chicago

Chicago is an amazing city and you can discover so many new places that you will most likely want to come back to in your future. But a wonderful trip can turn very close to a nightmare if you don’t set it up the right way before you actually get in an airplane.

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Top 5 must visit beaches in India!

A sunny day emitting sweet sacred sunshine, the waves absorbing it and reflecting back as pure white crystal clear pearls, white sand sticking to the bare feet and an ocean in front to dissolve that back, the sun bath on the comforting beach chairs and tanned bodies. Happy summers, folks!
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Spiti Valley

The Spiti story: An affair to behold (Part 5)

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A group of 7-8 boys aged between 10-12 were scaring each other by lighting a match stick in front of a bottle of spray/perfume and some girls nearby were sitting sincerely under the sun dropping their heads into the textbooks. I woke up that morning and sat across the window to have a flashback of my own childhood. “Deshek home stay” in Kibber, (Deshek, being the name of adorable kid) had a govt school in front of it.
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