Words are less to define the hidden jewel of Garhwal: KHIRSUIn the second week of April, I went to explore the small hamlet in the hills of Garhwal. I started off on a monday morning and reached Pauri in about 9 hrs or so..Being at Pauri, you need a different mindset. This place made me an introspective, closer to my natural self. I completely got immersed into the serene surrounding, the wind blowing around me was so refreshing that it made me connect to this place more and more...Even after travelling for 9 hours, I completely feel fresh as soon as the winds first hit me...It not just only blow the cloud with them but my tiredness also. After searching for hotel here and there I finally summoned myself at HOTEL FRONTIER. As the little explorer inside me could not wait for too long.. so I headed to the KANDOLIYA TEMPLE( from whom the Pauri hills got it named). After visiting the temple and admiring the beauty of Gangwarsyum Valley, I headed to the CHAUKHAMBA VIEWPOINT- 'MOUNTAIN OF FOUR PILLARS', The view of Himalayas from this point is breathtaking as the sun was setting behind the mountains leaving a riot of colours with dominating tang of orange ,it was time to leave this beautiful place and head back to the hotel room. While walking down the road I was able to hear the sweet chirping of the birds, people buying their daily requirements etc etc . All around the place was filled with some magical spell. My day ended with a little tired body filled with the fresh aroma of nature.