After I decided to take traveling as my hobby of life, Himalayan Civilization became my second home. Mesmerizing Himalaya and its peaceful spiritual people make a lot of sense to this busy world. Many people from around the world escape from their daily scheduled life to dip into an unexplored autonomy of Himalayan Pleasure. Nepal, Bhutan, Tibet, North and North-East India are the main resources to provide the fascinating Himalayan pleasure to its adventurous fellow travelers. I have been traveling in all these regions past few years regularly for spiritual and adventurous hunger. I always had an urge to fly like a hawk and see the Himalayan Civilization like no one ever did. So I bumped into to the nearest opportunity I found in Nepal back in 2008. Many of my fellow travelers told me
Investment in travel is an investment in yourself.
Reclining Buddha (Phra Noon), Wat Lokayasutharam, Ayutthaya
The most striking feature at Wat Lokayasutharam is the giant reclining Buddha known as Phra Buddhasaiyart measuring 37 meters long and 8 meters high.
When overseas you learn more about your own country, than you do the place you’re visiting.
Brahma Kamal (Saussurea Obvallata) known as King of Himalayan flower. It is a species of flowering plant named after Brahma, the Hindu God. It is native to the Himalayas, northern Burma and south-west China. This flower is very sacred to Himalayan gods. It is believed that it is the flower in which Brahma resides.
The flowers bloom in mid monsoons (July – August) and found at an altitude of around 4500 m. There is a belief that the Brahmakamal should be gifted and not bought in the market.
Independent travel is forbidden in Bhutan.
Traveling tends to magnify all human emotions.
Petronas Twin Tower, Kuala Lumpur. Malaysia
One of the tallest buildings in the world, is a pair of Sky touching office buildings in Kuala Lumpur.
Victoria Memorial, Kolkata (Calcutta), India
It is one of the famous Historical Monument of Indian Architecture. It was built between 1906 and 1921 to commemorate Queen Victoria’s 25 years reign in India.
The building is 184 ft high upto the base of the figure of Victory, which is another 16 ft high. The Memorial is situated on a 64 acres of land with the building covering 338 ft by 228 ft.
The Victoria Memorial is possibly the most awesome reminder of the Raj to be found in India.
Gnathang Valley, East Sikkim
Gnathang Valley or Nathang Valley is popularly called the “Ladakh of the East India”. This Valley surrounded by mountains, is a high-altitude plateau within the Silk Route. If you do not like Gnathang Valley, you would not like paradise. It is located at an altitude of 13500 feet.