5 Places That Will Bring Out The Poet In You!

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They say there's a poet in all of us.

They also say about places that - it's not what you see there, but more about how they make you feel.

Think about these two lines and read on...

Is it the vast stretch of the Himalayas in the morning rays or is it the roar of the waterfalls that makes me most quiet so I can hear my inner poet?

These are places which can bring out a different person in you, some of them are surreally beautiful. Give them a visit, a chance to let them work their magic on you.

Starting calmly from the high ranges, and crashing through gorges overhung with trees, Athirapally in Kerela is where the Maker also might come down to unwind. The entire sight is what you get when you combine streams, forests, an 80-foot waterfall, and perfect Kerala weather. The scintillating falls and the stream that flows ahead takes you away from the chaos. And who knows, you might just sum up your life in a rhyme or two! Sometimes, the loudest sounds are the most calming, but you'll have to be here to believe that.
Photo of Athirapally Falls, Kerela by Karishma
Ever wished you could be part of a fairytale? Your wish will come true once you sit amongst the Living Root Bridges in Meghalaya. Part of the UNESCO Heritage, these suspension bridges, made from the aerial roots of banyan trees have to be seen to be believed! Some of the roots are over a 100 years old and even the local Khasi people do not know when or how the tradition of living root bridges started, but now that there is such a sight to behold- we might as well get there! With the stream flowing under theses bridges and the canopy overhead, it all appears to be straight out of a fantasy movie- just for you. And if such is the movie set, one could easily pen down some couplets. Also, if you head to Meghalaya for this then so visit the Mawlynnong Village once. It's the cleanest village in Asia and this quaint village that comes alive during the monsoon with a myriad of lush foilage, waterfalls, small streams and orchids will make you question the city lives we live.
Photo of Living Root Bridges, Meghalaya by Karishma
This vibrant and splendid national park nestled in Uttarakhand is famous for its charming meadows of alpine flowers. Absorb the view of how thousands of different flowers look together in full bloom. This lush region is also home to some rare and endangered animal species. It's a valley that will enchant you- maybe force the inside of you to romanticize with the colours of nature.
Photo of Valley of flowers, Uttarakhand, India by Karishma
The endless sands hold a beauty of their own and the world’s 9th largest subtropical desert, the Thar Desert makes for a magnificent sight. Watch uninhibited stretches of sand melt into the horizon, notice how the sudden green in some places makes you appreciate it so much more and how the occasional sights of the desert fauna makes you smile at the lives that flourish there happily. The Thar Desert in Rajasthan is an experience to behold, a palette of shades of yellow that will give you the space you need to listen to yourself and hear the songs that your thoughts make up.
Photo of Thar Desert, Rajasthan, India by Karishma
The Suraj Tal is considered a sacred body of water by some and the picture sure proves that the heavens exist! A lake fed by glaciers, streams, and year-round snowfall, this is the third highest lake in India and lies just below the Bara-Lacha-la pass. arid mountain ranges surrounding it display the perfect visual combination of arid hills, with clear blue color waters in their midst. During the winters the lake and mountains and are completely covered in snow while towards May you can enjoy the blue waters. In any season, this place is visually and mentally stunning. Once you get over trying to capture the location in pictures and words, you will enjoy a tranquil moment, away from civilisation- with yourself.
Photo of Suraj Tal, Lahaul And Spiti, Himachal Pradesh, India by Karishma