Mani Mahesh Kailash – The Crown Jewel of ‘Shiva’ Part II

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The last stretch of the trek, which was around 1 km, was a daunting one. The air was thin and oxygen was scarce. I felt tired and out of breath every 100 meters. We rested a lot all the way to the top. Our progress was slow, but the determination to reach atop was strong. I had finally found the challenge I had come seeking for.

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Mani Mahesh Kailash – The Crown Jewel of ‘Shiva’ Part I

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I was scared as well as thrilled. And as the fate would have it, I woke up around 3 am for nature’s call. I would have avoided going out if I could. For my modesty, I did not wish to wake up anybody and so decided to go alone, but not far from the tents. The moon was shining bright and dew had frozen on stones, making it slippery to walk.

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Kalimpong ki Kali

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I am fortunate to have got another never should miss opportunity…….. to visit Kalimpong (a hill station in West Bengal) name is quite odd when somebody speaks it. It’s actually a name of that place where I want to visit again and again to become true traveler and literally fall in love with this places and its mesmerizing never ending beauty.

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Mussoorie ki Yaadein

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The trip came as a pleasant surprise from my organisation. I was chosen as a member of the group of counselors chosen to conduct workshops in Central School of Tibetans Mussoorie – the first ever school built specially for Tibetan Children. It was founded by our first Prime Minister Pt. Jawahar Lal Nehru Ji.

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