M’I’ST ICAL HIMALAYAS

The Magical and Mystical Himalayas are encapsulated in Mythology , Folklore  and have for centuries been revered as the ABODE OF GODS .

They are the Origin of Mighty and Holy Rivers like the Ganges, The Indus and the Brahmaputra.

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Himalayan Springs form Mighty Rivers

In Sikkim,India and close to the Tibetan Border , beautiful Rhododendron Forests drape the Rocky Slopes of the Mystical Himalayas.

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Enchanting Rhododendron Forests

These Enchanting Alpine Forests at a height of over 4000 metres ( approximately 13300 feet)  are also home to Unique Flora  like the Primulas and Fauna like the Red Panda.

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High Altitude Himalayan Forest

The Dense Mist adds to the Mystery of these Spellbinding  Himalayan Forests.

During the winters these very slopes would be covered under a Carpet of Snow.

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Mistical Forest

Enchanted my friends?

 

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mukul chand

51 year old entrepreneur who has traveled extensively around the world for work and pleasure , is based in New Delhi, India. A passionate traveler born with a love for flora and fauna, is an active naturalist and amateur photographer. Here he shares his unique insight into Incredible India revealing its mysterious and exotic treasures. Writing from his heart he shares his experiences as he crisscrosses this vast and amazing land.

30 thoughts on “M’I’ST ICAL HIMALAYAS”

  1. I have long been fascinated by the Himalayas, so I truly appreciate you sharing your photos with us. It’s wonderful to be able to able to see these images of the mightiest terrestrial mountains on Earth.

    Also, I normally don’t like the cold, but I wouldn’t mind experiencing these mountains in the winter! I know it would be uncomfortable, but seeing them carpeted in snow would be incredible.

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      1. Thank you Mukul! I have been very busy lately, since I’ll be starting graduate school soon and am moving to California in less than a month. I’ve also been trying very hard to teach myself Spanish lately.

        If you can see the Himalayas under snow in the summer, then maybe that’s when I’ll go! I imagine the unpredictable weather would make traveling there during the winter very dangerous: even foolish.

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