Contemplation and I have never been good friends, and hence when it was about going for another trip, I had to let my old foe go away, and hop onto the impromptu wagon. Yet again, nothing planned, no bookings except for Delhi tickets.
After seeing quite a lot in and around Delhi, this time I decided to skip the vagabonding on Delhi streets and head straight to meet my friends at Majnu ka Tila. Apparently, the whole Tibetan market there was shut, as they were celebrating LOSAR (Tibetan New Year), and while the entire area was closed, including shops and restaurants, this entitled privileged soul got to enjoy the festival with a few Tibetan friends and their family, on one condition that I wear Chupa, their traditional dress.
LOSAR is celebrated over a period of 3-4 days, where first day includes enjoying a simple meal with close family and friends, making Chemar (offerings for Dalai Lama), second day would include going around places, shopping, meeting friends etc, and third day includes fireworks. I was privileged to enjoy atleast a day of this festival, in the most authentic way ever.