On the third day, I was adamant to go for both a historical and a spiritual tour of the Beatles ashram where the rock band Beatles stayed for mindfulness. The Beatles ashram, now a part of the Rajaji National Park, was another masterpiece of Rishikesh, which connects an indivdiual with his inner peace. The organically constructed huts with river rocks in the ashram provide a peaceful environment for all the attendees to have an experience of how the gurus and their followers meditated in the past.
Later in the evening, we rented an activa and went for a long drive to the sunset point. The sunset point was somewhere on a hill and riding an activa on the hilly roads of Rishikesh, especially at the night when we were coming down after witnessing the best sunset in a long time, was also another risky yet interesting adventure for me.
The next day I departed for my home, but the three days I spent in Rishikesh meeting new people from different parts of the country and developing a special bond with each one of them was something I'll never forget and it will stay with me forever. And yes, I stayed in Rishikesh for three and a half days but I did not attend any yoga workshop which was a part of the plan because I already got the peace I was looking for by just being in this city.