Teesta River (or Tista River) is a 315 km long river that rises in the eastern Himalayas, flows through the Indian states of West Bengal and Sikkim through Bangladesh and enters the Bay of Bengal.
Crossed this river twice, first on my way from Bagdogra airport to Gangtok and later on my way to Siliguri from Gangtok. In certain areas the river flows in full flow making the journey even more beautiful 😊 ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖
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What motivates you to take up a journey?? Just the destination?
Do you consider the question of whether you will enjoy the road you are gonna take up to reach that destination? It is a very important question you should ask yourself!! Why? Stay tuned for my next post!!!!
Tada falls blog - Link in the Bio (A must read, if you are heading to that place as you may not find your way otherwise)
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I quit my gym because I was tired of doing weight training and cardio only. Gyms are all about working out in solitude, following a typical routine like:
Monday: upper body
It just got to a point where I stopped trying to even look for alternatives because all gyms were the same.
Things started looking differently for me when I took up cult.fit trial sessions. First things first, group workout sessions are my thing. The energy and vibe one gets in a group session is something else.
Secondly, range of activities is just amazing. No space for boredom. The trainers are highly certified and they even help you design your own diet to reach personal goals faster.
Guys, give cult.fit a chance and you will not regret it. The best past is that they have a money back sale going on where you can get back 100% of your money in case you don't like it.
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Glad to experience a marvel of a world in its thoroughness.
To being this oddity of a human, and embracing my humanness in all its rights and wrongs, all its flaws and virtues.
Glad to be a curious, living blend of strength and frailty.
To be here and to feel.
And to know that there are so many other places to go, and so much more to feel.
To stretch my arms to the sky and slide my hand over a rainbow once in a while.
There I stood in front of the legendary panoramic painting representing the historical battle of Racławice, completely mesmerized by its grandeur & fine detailing. The 114-meter long & 15-meter wide painting with a complete 360-degree view is one of its kind for many reasons! Composed in Lviv painting was brought to Wroclaw post World War II.
Speaking of its makers, the brilliant work of art was accomplished in 9 months (1893-94) by 9 most qualified Polish painters of their times, headed by Jan Styka and Wojciech Kossak - a veteran in battle painting.
Together they all chose to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the renowned battle between Poland and Russia conquered by Poland in the able leadership of Tadeusz Kościuszko. I won't get too much into the history of the battle, but I must mention that this place is one of the most important cultural preserves in Poland
Soon after I approached the raised platform which is all surrounded by the painting, it seemed to me as if it were a real-life settlement around that lay in front. But sooner I found out that it was one giant painting on the wall, wonderfully complemented by some real-life props! Yes, it will take you some time to differentiate the that are trees painted on the wall and felled on the ground, blended and matched to perfection.
The Museum of Racławice Panorama is the oldest one in Poland and the most distinguished among renowned panoramic paintings in the world today.
15-20 minute of a pleasant walk from the city center should take you there and pretty similar is the time is taken if you start walking from Pasaz Grunwaldzki. Make sure that the Museum of Racławice Panorama is on your check-list when you are in Wroclaw!
Happy Sunday! It is never too late to try what you haven’t done before and to go where you haven’t been.
75 7,4107 hours ago
Reminder: You'll get through it...whatever it is you're facing.
We're all in this together, whether we like it or not. We face a lot of the same problems and everyone has had that moment where they went past their breaking point, the moment where they broke down crying - thinking nothing will ever change and they will be in this state forever. But slowly and steadily, things got better. They always do, don't they?
Happy Sunday y'all! ☀️ #wishingthebeach .
Look out for some new posts on my blog! I've been caught up but updating some really interesting stuff on my blog. Stay tuned.
23 1,0555 hours ago
Water bodies are always magnetic, you can't just skip them without clicking a picture!
This one was taken at the #Srisailam Dam on our way to the Mallikarjun Swamy Temple!
After reaching Hyderabad and checking in @theparkhyderabad, day 1 of our trip was dedicated to Srisailam! A 4 hours journey from Hyderabad with awesome roads, we were able to visit the temple, have the puja done with Darshan and be back to The Park by late evening!
We have had an amazing stay with @theparkhotels as they had an awesome dinner served late in the night for us.
Such a pleausre to stay with the brands who take so good care of us! Thank you The Park, Hyderabad for taking such good care of us. We look forward to be back soon! 😊