Sarovar Portico Badrinath
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Travel Blogs from Badrinath
yatra ka safar bhi bohut kharab raste the. Only stones and pebbles. Experienced
indian snowfall first time in badri.we also took a ride till the tibet border area for more media memories.
savoured lunch at ...
... I remembered all the thing not to do from my ...
... dint want to lose time. A slow walk back clicking and trying macro shots brought us back to the start point, from where we started the walk back to the gate.
Beauty beyond words. I read that the valley’s colors are different in all the months between June and October. Am actually considering someday to do another trip, perhaps in a June or October to see what meets ones eye J
All the walking had made me super tired. The ...
Rishikesh was packed with foreigners seeking yoga classes, chillum, or spiritual enlightenment. It's a laid-back city, beautiful in parts, but very much oriented towards the Western tourists. Loads of touts selling travel packages, postcards and meditation retreats... one was never far from "yes madam, what do you want?"
That said, I loved Rishikesh and spent eight days ...
... warm.the prasad is distributed among people .just outside gurudwara is the holy lake.the water in this lake surprisingly warm even though it was fed by molten glaciers!!!.many of piligrims have bath here
besides gurudwara there is lakshman temple where lakshman is believed to have meditated to cure his wounds.the lake has lot ...