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Manali: A snowy encounter

I’ve spent 25 years of my life without ever feeling the chilly, flaky goodness of freshly fallen snow. But all that changed last month when I finally went to the lap of India’s most majestic mountain range – The Himalayas. 2,507 more words

India

Because of the Cave Dwelling Yogis

After dashing through Rajasthan and making a brief visit to Manali, Khala and I decided to stop in Rishikesh for 3 weeks to complete a 200 hour yoga teacher training course with the World Peace Yoga School. 270 more words

Travel

Annual Magazine : Saldon 2015

“Writing poem is like producing some light in a dark tunnel, by burning your bones and flesh.”
– Ajey Kumar

Saldon (lamp’s light) is the annual publication of Lahaul Spiti Tribal Association which serves as a medium to conserve our culture via written documentation and highlights native writers.

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Himalayas

Music Makes the World Go 'Round

Sense memories are often the source of some powerful post-trip nostalgia, at least for me. Most of these are tied directly to the place where they were experienced, like the tinkling of cowbells in an alpine meadow, the aroma of grilled souvlaki meat in a Greek taverna, or the low hum of chanting monks in Tibet. 863 more words

Travel - General

"Q"

“Ask Questions to yourself even before the Questions are being asked to you.”

Food For Thought