The high rising mountain peaks of Sangla Valley offers a miraculous vista to all travelers and mountain lovers across the globe.They mostly remain covered with ice throughout the year and mesmerises every unanimous traveler with its inexplicable advent.The peaks surround the valley all across the terrain and the presence of green alpine meadows creates an abysmal natural beauty and looks infinitely glittering and imposing throughout the day.The entire valley looks green and splendid on entering the area under vicinity and creates a spectacular scene and it feels like we are lost in Mountain wilderness all around the region and hypnotized by the beauty of the surrounding environment.The peaks are normally covered with snow throughout the entire year.
Sometimes clouds encircle making them invisible but they look dazzling otherwise creating tremendous brilliance in the adjoining region.The atmosphere is wonderful and a perfect place to escape the summer heat and a retreat for most of the people willing to know about unconventional destinations and increase their topographical proficiency.The region receives moderate rainfall and looks sensational and sparkling in the presence of the morning sun and ravishing and stunning at twilight.
These high rising mountain peaks are considered sacred Gods and have exceptional and colossal presence and actualization.They are normally visible from the streets and every corner of the valley.Individuals. stand and wait for long hours to catch hold of their inscrutable emergence in their lenses.On delving further,I found that these peaks are normally without grass and exposed but snow remains in them throughout the year.The inhabitants and the food has an aromatic and ambrosial piquancy and hotels and lodges are also there creating accommodation avenues in the region for mountain lovers.
Go-carting is now a popular event across India with its presence in major cities of India and the Himalayan circuit as well.Recently on my visit to one of the fun filled cities of India,Shimla, I came to know the existence and the importance of Go-Carting in Kufri,Shimla.It's one of the popular events in Himachal apart from skiing,paragliding and rock climbing.
The importance of this activity is felt in a more promising way due to the presence of pristine mountains of Greater Himalayas and alpine meadows.The ground is spread across a major area in a serene and calm environment bordering the mountains and enclosing the Himalayan circuit.I felt it more promising than other go-carting venues across India due to its geographical location and bearings.
Travelers get seven rides for a trip and also enjoy the environment alongside the drive and some other rides and happenings in the fun world.The magic lies in the wheels and the speed of these go-carting vehicles which makes it unexampled and distinct as compared to its peers.There is also an option of changing the wheels or the cart vehicle in the middle of the ride if one wants to while doing a self ride in the artery.
Elephants are the best ecosystem architects of Nature and they play a very vital role in maintaining the habitats.They are preserved and nurtured properly in forests and other biospheres as they help to sustain the ecological balance of the environment.Elephants are big sized species on land till now defeating its peers and other foes and can be considered as an important animal with large benefits.
They are considered as water sources in Wild jungles as they help to dig wells and find water for other species and organisms so people run after them for search of water.They. also sustain the environment where they thrive by clearing out big trees and barks making space for other organisms to live on the habitat.Their dung can be considered as an important step towards growth of seeds,etc.That is why the name best ecosystem architects of nature has been given to them.
They serve a very useful purpose by helping other organisms and animals in the habitat.Without them,the entire ecosystem is empty and void.Lot of care is now being taken in forests of Bandipur,Mudumalai,Kanha and Corbett to preserve them and realize their importance and virtue and the good they do to others.In my opinion,they are the largest creatures in land and the best ecosystem engineers of any nation so proper steps should be taken to nurture and feed them and prevent from becoming endangered.
Yumthang is a magical and eternal valley in the travel dictionary of North Sikkim and situated in the extreme corner of the Eastern Himalayas.Not known by many,this place offers a breath taking view of the Mighty Himalayas and a tributary of the river Teesta flows past the valley.This place is actually a silent magical valley in North Sikkim and also known by the name Valley of Flowers of the East.Yumthang is the most beautiful and important valley of India in North Sikkim and intrigues travellers across the world.
We reached Lachung by traveling a distance of around 12 hours in car to acclimatize the day and spend the night at the lodge and get ready the next day for travel to Yumthang valley.Lachung is actually the gateway to the valley and proper arrangements available for travelers to spend the night in proximity with the Himalayan serenity.It takes around 1 hour to reach Yumthang from Lachung but the place remains covered with snow during maximum time of the year so the proper season to visit this silent magical valley would be around March-April.
After reaching Yumthang,there were the dense forests of mighty Himalayas and the sweet chirping sounds of the birds and the high flowing stream of the river Teesta that stole our breadth and we got lost in the beauty and the magnificence of the enigmatic divinity.Few tea stalls were available in the region we had to wear our woolen clothes tight to beat the bitter coldness across the region.Yumthang is actually a beautiful place and eternal valley in the lap of Nature among rhododendrons and wild flowers and the presence of natural snow makes it really splendid and magnificent and a wonderful destination to witness the grandiosity of the mighty Himalayas.