Happy people build their inner world,Unhappy people blame their outer world...!
Day 17 Kullu-Chandigarh
Today we started our journey to return back home from himachal, the route was very scenic all the way to chandigarh. There were tunnel constructions going on everywhere half the way, so the road was very badly maintained and also it was little cramped to ride between the ongoing heavy traffics as it was the only highway connecting leh to Chandigarh via Kullu and Manali. The road also led us to climb and descend many mountains en route. We had our lunch in between at dhaba. After finishing it we did chain lubrication for our bikes as it went very dry when we rode the day before in rain. Now, me and Vijesh both switched our bikes for a change for some distance, soon when he started to ride he wasnt able to control asasino and locked the throttle😂 due panic brake as he wasnt having enough experience to control it. As we explained the issue to him he didnt even got convinced with that. So we just left the place after repairing the asasino asap to save the time. Some time later he finally admitted like he wasnt able to ride Asasino by saying some lame excuse as his belly was pressing against the tank and he was feeling like to puke because of it🤷🏽♂. And i just thought of not giving my Asasino to him ever again and i started to ride it back peacefully to Chandigarh.✌🏽 #ladakh#leh#hills#wanderlust#wander#ktm#exploreindia#explorer#onelifetotravel#offroad#travel#bikelife#motorcycle#bikershorts#rc390#himalayan#monk
If I leave here tomorrow
Would you still remember me?
For I must be traveling on, now
Cause there's too many places I've got to see
But, if I stayed here with you, girl
Things just couldn't be the same
Cause I'm as free as a bird now
And this bird you can not change
Never measure the height of a mountain until you reach the top. Then you will see how low it was
Beautiful view at 14500 feet alt!😉
Bon appetit for the eye, body & soul❤️
And the next morning our 6km trek began. The trek is tougher than the valley of flowers trek, as the climb is steep with nowhere coming downwards, but again is worth every step u keep on climbing up and up until you merge with the clouds. The clouds also covered the entire Ghangaria valley until nothing was visible, but when I saw the clouds clearing and the mountains revealing themselves by tearing from between the clouds, that was almost magical miracle I saw✨. I thought to myself this can't be real but it was😍
Please keep mountains free from all kind of plastic garbage
Keep Mother nature neat and clean so that our coming generations can also enjoy its beauty...🤗
Shot on :- Moto g5s+
There is enough room for us here,
I have seen it myself - in the homes & hearts of so many
They seem to be made of elastic, constantly expanding to accomodate more, even when it feels like "full capacity" from the outside
There is enough food for us here, since the days of need & not of greed, before plate sizes & menus & expiration dates, there's always been enough food for us all
There is enough brown & red for us here, from the mud on our feet to the blood on our hands, there is enough brown & red. We need more green & blue, a breath of fresh air, a different hue
Growing up I was taught that my heart has 4 parts, but as I grow they seem to be multiplying beyond my allotted share
There is enough room for us all here, enough food for us all, enough brown & red for us all
Someday soon, I hope there will be enough kindness for us all here, enough love & warmth & security
Until then, I will continue to grow more parts of my heart, some for me, some for you - maybe enough to pass around a few // •
Some thoughts which spilled over after a week spent in Ladakh
Today marks the 17th day of Kashmir under siege #StandWithKashmi
Raigad Fort...!! Soaring to a height of around 820 (2700 ft) metres, the captivating Raigad Fort is perched on the Sahyadri mountain range in Mahad, Maharashtra.Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj built this fort and made it his capital in 1674 when he was crowned as the King of a Maratha Kingdom which later developed into the Maratha Empire, eventually covering more western and central India. The majestic fort is accessible only from one side through a pathway which has about 1737 steps as the other three sides are surrounded by deep valleys. Alternatively, one can take the ropeway to reach the fort top in 4 minutes.
The fort is of great pride for the Marathas and is a reminder of the bravery and audacity. The Raigad fort is not just a tourist spot; it is a sacred place of pilgrimage which holds the imprints of the grand vision of Hindavi Swarajya as cherished by Chhatrapati Shivaji. While most of its parts are in ruins now, the fort still boasts of the brave history of Marathas.