Me and my family started early morning from Musoorie and reached rishiskesh in couple of hours. The way was quite smooth and it was fun reaching the ganges.
We kept on gazing at the beautiful ganges river and then decided to reach Lakshman jhula.
Standing on the bank of this ancient river, I imagined beautiful things. The vision of a blue sky with whiffs of gentle clouds filled up my mind, the majestic mountains standing quietly, cold breeze rustling the leaves, the faint sound of the waves crashing on the shore and an echo of a sacred hymn floated across the river bed.
We were on a suspension bridge with a lot of crowd but it felt so amazing at that moment.
The peace and the tranquility of this holy land struck a chord deep inside. A sense of timelessness and the eternal presence gradually engulfed you in a bliss.
We then went on the other side of the bridge and had some paranthas and curd which was quite good. We also went to the temples on the stretch and then came back.
Lakshman jhula is an experience which is amazing