A tent perched at 14,000 ft, watching the milky way galaxy and siting on the meadows encircling the turquoise blue water, Isha and I were living a dream. We spent more than a day at Chandrataal, but it felt so less. Our body had coped with the thin air all around and we both were geared up for Day 2. Our expectations from Spiti had raised.
Gaur Gopal Das in a TEDx talk said there are two types of tears. When tears are cold, they are tears of joy and when tears are warm, they’re tears of pain and anguish. My tears were cold, because I was standing at 14,500 ft in front on Chandra Taal Lake and we trekked against all odds to reach here. Though shorter in distance, steep climbing made our trek rigorous. The view from the top was worth every step we climbed. Surrounded by glaciers and high snow-cladded mountains and the magnificient cresent shaped Chandra Taal Lake in front, we dropped our backpacks to embrace the long journey we did to reach here.
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India has many a destination to head over for your honeymoon. Some, well known. Others, not so. While you might be worrying about the pocket pinch for your upcoming honeymoon to Switzerland or France, check out these ten honeymoon destinations in India that will make you forget a foreign trip. And yes, don’t forget to check out Cleartrip offers and IRCTC coupons for further savings on the most awe inspiring honeymoon, which you will remember for the rest of your life. Continue reading “Top 10 Honeymoon Destinations in India alike Foreign”
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 “Travel Story – Valley Of 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 “Travel Story – Shani Shingnapur Village”