a window to our roots

A WINDOW TO OUR ROOTS

Connecting to me means Rekindling ties with mother nature by rejoicing in the lap of her majestic beauty. This photograph was clicked at Barog in Himachal Pradesh, India. The climate was blissful with exhilarating raindrops,refreshing winds and warm sunlight… just as the view from the window our suite. The view from the balcony was even breathtaking with hills and greenery all over.

There was no WiFi on our floor, but I found a much better connection!

Barog is a quiet place, with no crowded markets and traffic jams. It’s a bliss for those who want to relax in the lap of nature away from hustle bustle of cities. The villages of the place are surrounded by groves, its traditional fruit-stealing & mischevious monkeys and some furry dogs to keep them at bay. Strolling here is fun! Of course, the main tourist stations like Shimla are just a drive away from this place, so its a win win situation 😉

My interpretation of Photo101-day#6 theme : connect

20 comments

  1. Iridescent Spirits · March 10, 2015

    Beautiful pic Dear! I suppose it’s you (?) It’s good to see you even if only from your profile 🙂

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  2. Faraday's Candle · March 10, 2015

    How absolutely beautiful. Wonderful post.

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  3. Aquileana · March 13, 2015

    Beautiful writing my friend! ❤ All the best to you!, Aquileana 😀

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    • Hargun Wahi · March 13, 2015

      Thank you much!
      Glad you liked it 🙂
      My best wishes you!
      Happy blogging: D

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  4. Prakash Hegade · March 13, 2015

    Had been there a few years ago. Really an awesome place.. recollected all the memories..
    The connect to nature is irreplacable.. ! 🙂

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  5. dilip · March 23, 2015

    Simla is my favourite get-away to refresh and rejuvenate.

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    • Hargun Wahi · March 24, 2015

      Yup
      Hill sides with their serenity and greenery make the best places to take a break from the rut of life

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  6. queenamongstmywords · May 19, 2015

    Beautiful writing.

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  7. teny · July 30, 2015

    Interesting place! Never heard about it, but I hope to visit one day! 🙂
    I will add it to a future Shimla trip 😀

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    • Hargun Wahi · July 30, 2015

      Sure you should! Its quite peaceful and serene. Perfect if you want break free from life’s hectic schedule.

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