Earlier called as 'Kaludanda' (Black Hill), this place later got its name after the Viceroy of India then in mid 1800's, Lord Lansdowne.
As time leaped from a pleasant dawn to a sunny noon with a hint of chill, we reached this silent and quaint town of Uttrakhand. The milieu was pristine. It was a cold evening in October in quiet Lansdowne.
I have this thing for the hills. Days here are slow, real, reverberate raw energy and natural melody, unlike the bustling city chaos. There is plenty of time to breathe, to observe and to live. You see the scenes around you changing dramatically.