In Cinemas (Bollywood and Hollywood both) we will often see a doctor suggest taking the patient out for a vacation as a therapy. Well, this trick is true to life on and off the screen. While we boast about our work life and our share our success stories in every party or gathering, there comes a point in life where we feel frustrated and exasperated from the monotonies of work life. A small getaway or a vacation comes in handy at these situations. I realized the importance and therapeutic impact of travelling when I recently met a friend who otherwise a charismatic character, ran out of pixie dust in this long run of corporate life. I took my friend to Grahan Village, a quiet, serene beautiful place. The place is yet to be torn down by the hum-drum of capitalist life, which is what transformed it into an enchanted place for me. While I and others were engrossed in nature, experiencing each and every bit of it, my friend literally exfoliated his soul. We trekked, we cooked meal, and we stopped at places and pitched our tents. The cloud was just outside our tent and we could touch it. I saw how my friend who suffered from serious depression and was stuffed by it, started opening up. It was nature at its best. Nature understood, nature guided and purified his soul by giving him the energy to go back to his city life and pursue his dreams. A writer by profession, my friend wrote poems, while we sang and danced our way. Each step we took towards Grahan, filled us with a new perspective about the world; about nature. The place where we stayed was secluded but served palatable food. It was not very glamorous, but somehow it gave us a sense of feeling which was a mixture of belonging and comfort. My friend on returning back to Delhi transformed into a new person. He learnt to let go, just like the mountains let go of the clouds. He tried to be positive and more soothing, just like nature. Now we travel more than before; we trek and take off and travel to places just to have an experience, meet new people and view the world from different perspectives.