The corn village or rather Sainji village, is a traveler’s delight near Mussoorie. The villagers/farmers hang these corn cobs on their open courtyards and balconies to dry them out. Picture taken in 2018, please travel responsibly and safely.
Happiness surrounds meIn the solitude of the mountains. Picture taken at Nag Tibba peak at 3022m, in 2018.🏔 🏔🏔🏔🗻🗻🗻🗻🗻🗻⛰⛰⛰⛰⛰⛰⛰
A note on skinny shaming or making someone conscious of their slim body: 🗡A person’s shape is not only dependent on their diet but also on their metabolism, genetics and physical activities.🗡When you see a person in the perfect shape, perfection defined by societal standards, they might be in “shape” due to a good diet,…
For the people who have not travelled since this mayhem began, have you forgotten how to pose? 😉
And the clouds brought happiness to the mountains!Throwback to these dreamy clouds at Lal Tibba in 2018.
Rose as a food item?While the use of the fragrant rose petals is widespread in a few recipes, the trend is surely catching up in a variety of recipes. Have you ever added those delicate rose petals to your kheer or lassi? Let us know in the comments!
The ever flowing streams teach us that life goes on.
Unless you can decipher the languageEven lofty alphabets are difficult to understand.
When a walking sunshine blocks the fading rays of the evening sun.
The same sunlight that burns and agitates during summers provides respite during the bone chilling winters.Seasons change, perspectives change and people change too!