Places in India that will leave you spell bound!

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Photo of Places in India that will leave you spell bound! by Surabhi Sinha
Photo of Places in India that will leave you spell bound! by Surabhi Sinha
Photo of Places in India that will leave you spell bound! by Surabhi Sinha
Photo of Places in India that will leave you spell bound! by Surabhi Sinha
Photo of Places in India that will leave you spell bound! by Surabhi Sinha
Photo of Places in India that will leave you spell bound! by Surabhi Sinha
Photo of Places in India that will leave you spell bound! by Surabhi Sinha
Photo of Places in India that will leave you spell bound! by Surabhi Sinha
Photo of Places in India that will leave you spell bound! by Surabhi Sinha
Photo of Places in India that will leave you spell bound! by Surabhi Sinha
Photo of Places in India that will leave you spell bound! by Surabhi Sinha
Photo of Places in India that will leave you spell bound! by Surabhi Sinha
Photo of Places in India that will leave you spell bound! by Surabhi Sinha
Photo of Places in India that will leave you spell bound! by Surabhi Sinha
Photo of Places in India that will leave you spell bound! by Surabhi Sinha
Photo of Places in India that will leave you spell bound! by Surabhi Sinha
Photo of Places in India that will leave you spell bound! by Surabhi Sinha
Ladakh is the highest plateau region of Kashmir in north India. Also known as the ‘land of high passes’, it includes the Karakoram and Himalayan ranges and the upper Indus valley. The Zanskar river is a north-flowing tributary of the Indus, that connects Chilling in Ladakh to Padum (a town in the Zanskar region in eastern Kashmir). In winters, the roads to Zanskar close down due to heavy snowfall. The river freezes and walking along it becomes the only overland route to Padum. The frozen river is known as Chadar (a white sheet) and has become a popular trekking route for adventurers. Always do extensive research before embarking for a trek. Make sure that you are aware of the weather conditions during that part of the year and are well-prepared for the same. Always try to be in groups There are many government and non-government trekking agencies, which offer their services. A lot of small companies have also come up and are delivering the service quite efficiently.
Photo of The Frozen River - Chadar Lake, Ladakh by Surabhi Sinha
Photo of The Frozen River - Chadar Lake, Ladakh by Surabhi Sinha
The 30.2-km-long Gangotri glacier, the second largest among the 6,500-odd small and large glaciers in the Himalayas and which feeds the perennial Ganga. Gomukh, the terminus or snout of the Gangotri Glacier, from where Bhagirathi River originates, is one of the primary sources of the Ganges River. The place is situated at a height of 13,200 ft in Uttarkashi district in the state of Uttarakhand, India. It is one of the largest in the Himalayas with an estimated volume of over 27 cubic kilometers. It is a popular Hindu pilgrimage site, along with Gangotri, as well as trekking destination. Mid April to Early June and September to November are the best months to visit Gangotri glacier and enjoy nature. You must carry warm woolen clothes and good pair of shoes to protect yourself from the cold weather of Gangotri glacier. Your trek to Gangotri glacier will begin from Gangotri temple, 17Km away.
Photo of Gangotri Glacier, Uttarkashi, Uttarakhand, India by Surabhi Sinha
Photo of Gangotri Glacier, Uttarkashi, Uttarakhand, India by Surabhi Sinha
Blend of Spirituality and Divine Beauty Set amidst towering snow-capped mountains and lying beside a lake of pristine blue water, the Sikh shrine of Sri Hemkunt Sahib looks, even to the not-particularly-pious, a place of almost unbelievable beauty and peace. Seven peaks - known as the Sapt Sring- surround the shrine, looming over lush green pastures. The lake’s rocky shores are covered with snow through most of the year, but when the snows melt, the almost mythical yellow-green flower known as the Brahma Kamal, the `Lotus of the Gods’, blooms amidst the rocks. It’s a place of a rather wild and untamed beauty- and one of Sikhism’s most important shrines. Sri Hemkunt Sahib is accessible only in the summer, between June and October. The rest of the year, heavy snows make passage impossible, and usually block off the trail leading up to the shrine.
Photo of Hemkund Sahib, Chamoli, Uttarakhand, India by Surabhi Sinha
Photo of Hemkund Sahib, Chamoli, Uttarakhand, India by Surabhi Sinha
Photo of Hemkund Sahib, Chamoli, Uttarakhand, India by Surabhi Sinha
Photo of Hemkund Sahib, Chamoli, Uttarakhand, India by Surabhi Sinha
Sikkim is well known for its culture, diversity and scenery , earlier, Sikkim was situated in small hamlet called ‘Yuksom’ , which means “The meeting place “ and it was the first capital of Sikkim. There is a famous monastery from where you can see the view of snowy Kangchendzonga , which is the third largest mountain in the whole world. Khecheopalri Lake is now worshipped because it is found that there is a footprint of god, this lake is famous as it is said that all wishes come true. Tsomgo Lake is located in the north eastern part of Sikkim. It is situated 35 km away from Gangtok on the Gangtok–Nathula highway, which makes a role of the erstwhile trade route from India to China. This lake has been worshipped as a holy lake by Sikkimese. The average depth of this lake is about 50 feet and 1 km long. During the winter season, the lake would be in frozen condition. A moderate-sized temple of lord Shiva is present on the lakeshore.
Photo of Sikkim, India by Surabhi Sinha
Photo of Sikkim, India by Surabhi Sinha
Photo of Sikkim, India by Surabhi Sinha
Munnar is blessed with nature bounties that it fascinates and draws incredibly numerous tourists to its fold. Alongside its spectacular sights and thrills Munnar is a beautiful hill station, and was the summer resort of the British. Tourists come here to see the vast tea plantations of the area. The town itself is typically Indian with the usual shops, guest houses and is really beautiful and traditional. It is a good place to stay to see the surrounding countryside. It is also a popular place for Indian honeymooners. The town is divided into two parts, Old Munnar, where the tourist information office is, and Munnar
Photo of Munnar, Kerala, India by Surabhi Sinha
Photo of Munnar, Kerala, India by Surabhi Sinha
Photo of Munnar, Kerala, India by Surabhi Sinha
Photo of Munnar, Kerala, India by Surabhi Sinha
Photo of Munnar, Kerala, India by Surabhi Sinha
If u feel India has nothing to offer.. Go pack ur bags and visit the southern most tip of India. The confluence of Indian Ocean and Bay of Bengal and the only land border between India and Sri Lanka.. The breathtaking beauty of nature will leave u awestruck for a very long tym !
Photo of Dhanushkodi, Tamil Nadu, India by Surabhi Sinha
Photo of Dhanushkodi, Tamil Nadu, India by Surabhi Sinha
Photo of Dhanushkodi, Tamil Nadu, India by Surabhi Sinha
Photo of Dhanushkodi, Tamil Nadu, India by Surabhi Sinha
Photo of Dhanushkodi, Tamil Nadu, India by Surabhi Sinha
A paradise of unparalleled natural beauty What an air traveler sees as the plane starts its final descent towards the Andaman & Nicobar Islands is a vision of enchanting beauty--brilliant green islands fringed with coral reefs floating in the vast blue of the Bay of Bengal. Islands are the only place in the world where Stone Age tribes could still be found in their native habitat. It is full of amazing nature beauty and stunning marine life. Nature lovers travel to these islands for its clean environment, roads, greenery as solitude
Photo of Andaman Islands, North and Middle Andaman, Andaman and Nicobar Islands, India by Surabhi Sinha
Photo of Andaman Islands, North and Middle Andaman, Andaman and Nicobar Islands, India by Surabhi Sinha
Photo of Andaman Islands, North and Middle Andaman, Andaman and Nicobar Islands, India by Surabhi Sinha
Photo of Andaman Islands, North and Middle Andaman, Andaman and Nicobar Islands, India by Surabhi Sinha
Photo of Andaman Islands, North and Middle Andaman, Andaman and Nicobar Islands, India by Surabhi Sinha
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