Himalayan Ecstasy

Reblogging an old post!


Sharing a few pictures of the Mighty Himalayas on our visit to the holy shrine of Badrinath, a few years back. The spectacular scenic beauty enroute and the positive vibrations at the temple rejuvenated the body and soul.

“The magnificent mountains of the Himalayas soared up to the heavens to kiss it, the clouds whispering and caressing its high peaks. Serrated and snow-capped, these gigantic mountains were a sight to behold. The eyes admiring the pristine beauty in awe, the heart soaking in the pure energy of the tranquil atmosphere and the mind experiencing the spiritual bliss.  The evening rays of the sun painting its peak to a golden blush. Standing in front of the majestic mountains felt like the eons of time stood still. ”

DSC02168 Salt n pepper

DSC02173 Jagged edge

DSC02324 Romancing the mountains

DSC02327 Whispering clouds

DSC02328 Rendezvous heights

Picture 245 Careless Wisps

Picture 252 Sentries of the North citadel

Picture 265 Dusk beckoning the hills

Picture 266 Golden…

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65 thoughts on “Himalayan Ecstasy”

      1. Yes I had been there many times every time it brings fond memories. Himalayan expeditions are always lively. Temples rivers trecking and memory card flooded with images. I wish to visit again in summer 2020. Hope it can works.

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      2. Nothing to enjoy here now. HONG KONG 🇭🇰 Became very violent after the series of riots. All most out of control. We are wsihing this can slow down and stop sooner. So no more joy like earlier years week ends. Reality bitter but city going down the line out of control.

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