Go with the flow
Rishikesh was an amazing experience and a place that will forever be close to my heart! Cliche but for sure i have left a part of my soul here!
I had first visited Rishikesh in 2015 and like a typical metropolitan kid, did camping and rafting which for sure was adventurous but if i look back i realise that i probably missed on the real essence of the yoga capital of the world.
This year my trips to Rishikesh were made out of 2 ingredients : by chance and by will. Chance because i ideally wanted to go for a trek but holiday crunch didn’t really allow me to do that!😛 By will because i was so inspired by this amazing documentary that i was watching on netflix- Yoga! My..my.. i have never watched a documentary so beautifully curated and the music is simply mind blowing! Hats off to @silvio piesco🙌🏻 I was so inspired by Rishikesh that i decided to celebrate my birthday here and it indeed was a different one!🎂 This place has so much to offer! From Ashrams,yoga,amazing food to the incredible vibes that the holy ganges give you and a lot more, you just ask for it!
I always had an inclination towards spirituality, inner awareness & peace but the joy and the clarity that this place gave me is unmatchable! The kind of vibes that i came here with, anxious about life- what and what not to do and so much more, this place gave me a better purpose and helped me to understand myself and things around in beautiful and better ways. ❤️✨ There is so much to talk,write and to explore about Rishikesh and more than that there is so much to explore about yourself!
I am glad that i visited here. You will forever be close to my heart and my soul Rishikesh✨😇 Love❤️ Har Har Gange🙏🏻✨ Signing off till the next time we meet😘
fyi : visit Rishikesh with all your heart and soul, it indeed is a must visit but please make sure to atleast try to be a responsible traveller because it is the least that you can give back to this beautiful place🙂 Bon Voyage✨
On a drive in Pachmarhi, a hill station in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh we spotted a herd of Gaur also known as Indian Bison. This massive fellow seemed to be the leader as he gazed at our camera with curiosity. The Gaur weighs a massive 750 to 1000 kilograms with a height of 2 metres at the shoulders.
Pachmarhi is referred to as the Queen of the Satpura and has a fascinating history too. It was accidentally discovered by a Captain in the British Army named James Forsyth in the year 1857. Incidentally, James Forsyth was there in search of Tatya Tope an Indian freedom fighter during the first Indian war of Independence. Pachmarhi soon grew into a British settlement and a sanatorium for the British soldiers owing to its pleasant weather and beautiful environs. For more about Pachmarhi, check out our post on our blog. Link in bio.