Now that you've reached this post, I assume you have either never been to the Himalayas or you've been and want to revisit them.
To those who have never been to the mountains, this one's for you. Well, honestly I can't give you like 10 reasons to visit the mountains because I have many reasons to tell you and some just can't be put in words. So I decided to rather share my pictures to give you an insight and the freedom to draw your own reasons to visit the mountains as soon as you can.
These pictures are a part of my project - "My Himalayan Dream" which I will soon post about. I had the opportunity to stay in the mountains for a month and learn about the culture, people, food and explore the untouched beauty and round the slope.
All the pictures are taken at the Roopkund Trek in Uttarakhand. ( A detailed blog on the trek coming soon)
I really hope these pictures give you the adrenaline rush to go out there and witness the Himalayas by yourself ❤
I sometimes wonder how these people manage to always evoke a deep sense of satisfaction and contentment on their faces. Maybe they have really mastered the art of living which we have lost behind leading a materialistic life!
The never ending valleys and the beautiful flowers remind me of the days when the whole world was one and there was nothing but nature and it's untouched beauty.
The massive and majestic Nanda Ghunti peak
Aaj mai upar, aasaman niche. Aaj mai aage zamana hai piche ???? ☁
Doesn't matter if you are a beach or a mountain lover. This peak is surely going to give you goosebumps and make you forget all your pain and for once make you believe in the magic of living
Beautiful sunset at the summit camp at 14000 feet.
Open your arms wide and feel the adrenaline, take in the good vibes and give yourself a break and see the beauty that nature beholds for you. Feel the universe baby!
We travel not to find places but to find ourselves in those places.
The Mysterious Lake- Roopkund at 15,750 feet is worth the toil and pain! P.S: Don't forget to hunt for skulls and bones all around the lake.
Happiness on a trek is a clear sky day
Summit Camp is always the most beautiful and roughest. Bhagwabasa at 14,000 feet!
Never ending mountain range ????
View from Bedni Bugyal Campsite. In front of you is Mount Trishul ????
Panaromic view of the lush green Bedni Bugyal
Ali Bugyal is one of highest and largest meadows in Asia situated at a height of 12,800 feet approx.