The Land of Gross Domestic Happiness - BHUTAN
Bhutan- Country with Gross National Happiness Index rather than GDP.
I can pretty much go on and on about all praises for this small country which does big deeds but the main things to appreciate are- For every occasion they plant trees(Example- How cool is that when you turn 16 and plant 32 new saplings), They do not litter around and its illegal too, They do not honk at all while driving, They measure the country's progress in terms of how happy its citizens are i.e GNH(Gross national happiness) , Bhutanese people are the best when it comes to being warmly and their hospitality is to cherish forever in your lives....
The Real Beauty Of Ladakh Is Hidden Between Point A To Point B
Somewhere before Hemis Monas On the way to Chang La Pass ( Third Highest Point ) On the way to Tso Moriri Before Climbing Chang La On the way to Tso Moriri Chang La Top First glance of the Great Pangong Tso Pangong Tso on the way to Tso Moriri On the Way to Nubra Valley Nubra valley Pangong Tso Somewhere in ladakh Nubra Desert Leh City Pangong almost 20 km away from the starting point Pangong Tso Hemis Monastery Chang la baba Temple On the way to Tso moriri Pangong Tso...
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Sikkim, especially North Sikkim, offers a complete package of scenic landscapes, breathtaking natural beauty and some of the most unforgettable memories for any nature lover, besides putting to test one' physical & metal endurance though some of the most dangerous & uneven mountainous tracks right in the laps of the mighty & beautiful Himalayas !...
Rove along the Konni woods
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Whistling through the woods in a Time Machine-the train from Kalka to Shimla
On a cold morning when the cloud of fog has all but engulfed the hills around, an old station master comes out of the colonial office rooms with a shawl wrapped and a bright lantern in hand to signal the train to passby.The pretty looking locomotive whizzes by,with the driver giving a friendly smile and a wave of hands to the shawl-wrapped man who removes the monkey cap from his mouth to smileback.With his duty done,he returns to the wooden cabin of the Station Master and adjusts the British era wall clock which has to be still wound by hand.Thescene is timeless,it doesn’t matter if you are doing the journey in 21st century or 100 years before that.Making the train journey to India’s erstwhile summer capital Shimla from the quant station of Kalka,early in the morning is one of the best things that can happen to you in the hills of India....