Mountains 

While I was on the way back to my home into the colossal lap of the Himalayas,  I noticed, life is so beautiful when the beauty of the place where you belong to resonates with your soul.

[Rudraprayag, Uttarakhand, India]
[Rudraprayag, Uttarakhand, India]

The Giant Himalayas have always been on the apex of my interests,  I remember  my first Geography  class, how my teacher Fr. Saji Phillip told me about God’s  masterpieces viz the sun,  moon , earth, comets, nebula, asteroids meteoroids and so many things, I can picture him speaking  the words so vividly but there is a far more  picturesque point in my brain  that is when he described the Himalayas,  how they  turned the lake upside down and and erupted right where they  stand today, blessing my motherland.

[ Rudraprayag, Uttarakhand, India]
[Rudraprayag, Uttarakhand, India]

[Tehri, Uttarakhand, India]

Quick facts

  • The snow drapped mountain peaks of The Himalayas grow approximately 24/61 mm every year.

For me they are giants, they are what I grew up seeing. Its been there all the years of my life and yet my fascination for them hardly ever seems to diminish.There are billions of vistas, so many yet to uncover, a mountain range, an unaccessed crest, a deep trench, a submurged ifacts ,a reef, a ridge,a spur, a waterfall, a cave and so on.

[Pauri, Uttarakhand, India]( Picture courtesy: Puneet Chitkariya)

Quick facts

  • Two sherpas – Apa Sherpa  and Phurba Tashi  are the successful summiteers who hold the joinit record of maximum Mt Everest ascents (21 times).
[Pauri, Uttarakhand, India] (Picture courtesy: Puneet Chitkariya)

There is an endless list of things whic can steal glimpses, I wonder nature is such a great engineer, uniquely dexterous. I feel so full of zest to be a part of this blissful miracle of nature, its always an amazing experience to watch nature in its overflowing serenity. Never let go of a chance to be so close to nature.

Beauty of THE HIMALAYAS is eye-popping

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