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1 hour ago
“That night as I lay down on the bed, I realized that within a short span of time, I’ve come really far. When I left home for Spiti, I had no itinerary and no plan. I was anxious and I panicked every half an hour.
That night, the person who was trying to trace back his journey on the outskirts of Manali, wasn’t the same person who started it. The thought of uncertainty of the road excited me. Somehow, I wasn’t anxious anymore. I wasn’t worried about tomorrow.
That night, was the beginning of my journey. I knew I was bitten by the travel bug and feet won’t rest – EVER”.
This seems like a whole lifetime ago. I feel if I had to make a timestamp of my life, this moment will surely be the one which was the beginning to everything.
Tell me, have you ever experienced such a moment in your life yet?👇
1 hour ago
वह एक खूबसूरत सुबह थी जहां हम पहाड़ों की ऊंचाइयों पर ठंडी हवा के साथ अपनी बातचीत में खो गए थेl
11 hours ago
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Manimahesh Lake Trek (also known as Dal Lake, Manimahesh) is a high altitude lake (elevation 4,080 metres (13,390 ft)) situated close to the Manimahesh Kailash Peak in the Pir Panjal Range of the Himalayas, in the Bharmour subdivision of Chamba district of the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh.😍
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📸Amazing pic by - @tripped_out_hippie
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21 hours ago
This silent time is teaching me out loud that next time, I go outdoors to travel, I should be grateful about it. I am not gonna sit idle at home doing nothing coz now, I have done enough of it already in these early few days of quarantine!! :D
It's time to feel grateful about so many things which we otherwise just take for granted.
Happy and free times will return soon but till then, #stayhome #staysafe
23 hours ago
The National Mosque of Malaysia (Malay: Masjid Negara Malaysia, مسجد نݢارا مليسيا) is a mosque in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. It has a capacity for 15,000 people and is situated among 13 acres of gardens. Malaya gained its independence from the British government on 31 August 1957. Major development programs in areas of economy, social and architecture were actively implemented in line with the new government. Today, Masjid Negara continues to stand sleek and stylish against the Kuala Lumpur skyline.
23 hours ago
Thank you for 15k followers! It’s never been about numbers for me, but I’m glad I can share my travel stories with 15k of y’all ♥️ Started this page as a fashion blog and soon realised this was more than just talking about the clothes I buy, I wanted to share my travel experiences and all that made me happy+grow as a person. It’s been a good three years and I’ve managed to cover almost all of India and I can say that it’s been sooo beautiful, idk why you’d go anywhere else. Whether it’s snow clad mountains, tea plantations, exotic wildlife, epic waterfalls, dreamy islands, architectural marvels or modern cities, we have it all ♥️ Thank you, universe. .
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1 day ago
We took this picture at ambrai ghat , pichola lake . I (Jolly) 🧚 spent 5 years there in udaipur and know each and every lane of the city but this place is on the top of all😍 I can just sit there for hours and admire the beauty of nature. Udaipur is know as city of lakes but pichola lake ki kuch baat hi aur he🤩😍🤗 Udaipur has everything.... Lake, mountains, culture, history and wat not.
It's just the definition of perfection 😬
Photo credit @hungrytraveller2605
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1 day ago
What is it about this planet you love the most? 🌏
Is it the trees or the deep blue sea,
Is it the mountains or the air we breathe,
Is it the fauna or the camaraderie,
Is it the snow or the food we eat?
As for me, I love every bit of it
And I care if, because of us, it is taking a hit.
So this Earth Hour, I am going to #FlipTheSwitch
You should too, let's make lights-out, lit. 🎤
Join millions and #SwitchOff for #EarthHour2020 on 28th March from 8:30pm to 9:30pm. Please do it even if you didn't like my poetry. 😂🙈
PS: I am at home, don't worry. 😌 This picture is from my Alibaug trip last year. 🌊
1 day ago
Oh how I miss the streets right now!
Comment that one thing that you're missing right now in lockdown..⬇️👇 📸 @sarthaksaneja
1 day ago
Inspired by Persian architecture; the tomb was the first Indian building to use the Persian double dome on a high neck drum, and is topped by a high brass finial ending in a crescent. As a contrast to the pure white exterior dome, rest of the building is made up of red sandstone, with white and black marble and yellow sandstone detailing, to relieve the monotony.
The building, a UNESCO World Heritage site now, was first to use its unique combination of red sandstone and white marble, and includes several elements of Indian architectural, like the small canopies, or chhatris surrounding the central dome, popular in Rajasthani architecture.
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