Located in the northern parts of India, is a beautiful land full of mountains, spreading its arms of snow-peaks. It is here, where the blooming meadows are decorated with colourful flowers and where valleys are a playground to mischievous rivers racing along the river beds.
This is Himachal Pradesh, and it is nothing less than heaven on earth. Here’s a sneak-peek to Akbar Faruki’s trip to Himachal Pradesh which he would like to share through this photo blog:
Whistling winds along with innumerable clouds hugging the ice-capped mountains of Manali is surely a breathtaking view.
You don’t want to sleep over the different shades of the morning sunrise, painting the landscapes of Shimla.
The colourful houses and curvy roads beautifully come together to form a a bouquet.
An uphill trek or a horse-ride through the rocky terrains of Kufri is an adventure in itself.
Walk through the tourist market of Kufri located on a hilltop to scour some irresistible souvenirs.
The famous Mall Road atop the cityscapes of Shimla is a place you would want to spend the day shopping and admiring the beautiful British architecture.
Take a morning walk among the boulders alongside the white waters of Beas river.
Find tranquility at the Gadhan Thekchhokling Gompa Monastery situated amidst the beautiful valleys of Manali.
Mini prayer wheels, Chinese knots, and Chinese bells… bring back home these souvenirs to the heartwarming visit memory of the Gadhan Thekchhokling Gompa Monastery.
Watching the colourful wool string being woven into a beautiful piece of art at the shawl factories of Kullu is worth your time.
Now that you’ve visited the wool factory in Kullu, it’s time to splurge a bit in Manali! Shop your heart out!
The wooden-structured ancient cave temple of Hidimba Devi situated in the northern mart of Manali is a must visit.
While you are outside the Hidimba Devi Temple, you might spot local saints immersed in their chants.
As you gain altitude from Manali moving to Rohtang Paas, make sure to stop on the way at the theme cafe ‘Taste of India’.
With a lot of memories in tow, he bid adieu to the beautiful state of Himachal Pradesh
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