Trekking down to this place would be one of the most cherished experiences of my life. 7000 steps. 5 hrs. Dense forest on both side. And a double decker living root bridge. Counting each breath and each sweat drop. Each moment brain chanted "ab mujhse na ho payega" but an inner voice shouted , you workhard everyday to live a moment like this. To be here. To witness the untouched mother nature. To hear the springs , the birds cooing, to smell the earth and to feel the breeze at the deepest of the labyrinth.
Scene 1. Started at around 10.30 am in the morning , as we reached Nongriat , a boy named Lyn became our guide to took us on an sheer awesome adventure. He told us about every curve, every step and almost all the stories he knew about. Its a small village where the path is only about stairs and areca nuts, jackfruit and other wild trees on both sides. While my calf muscles ached at 6-7 on pain scale, my heart was racing more to be a part of the exhilarating escapade