It was such an incredible experience spending a night in a heritage home in the rural village of Sawarda in Rajasthan! It was a unique contrast to the bustling cities we had visited and it was extremely eye-opening to experience their way of life. Plus two little girls dressed us up in traditional clothing which was super fun 💜
Nothing can ever stop me from chasing you, as away from all the life, the mankind, the God and what not! 🌞You are a reality I seem to have found close to me, burning hot and bright in me as my belief and strength, that I will always overcome the dark. Eloping on unknown streets with the patterns your celestial mates sketch around you, I sense a canopy over me which would always hold me warm and lead my path towards a light, I know I want to pursue. You might be setting this evening for the world, yet the universe you resemble live with me, in me, Everytime i confront you🌞. And I am all up for it again, riding and walking and rushing through the rut of this life I am forced into each day. .
Your celestial journey beholds my dreams of being one among your family, where I could stay by the revolving planets, shooting stars, the shifting rays of yellowish white and red light which enriches all around the space and earth. The 🌞of my life smiles, and all I pray for it to shine as bright as you do, so I breathe in and out each moment looking at it, and move towards the light leading me to the destined. .
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Living without clear goals is like driving in a thick fog. No matter how powerful or well engineered your car, you drive slowly, hesitantly, making little progress on even the smoothest road. Deciding upon your goals clears the fog.
“The part of the journey is freedom.” A throwback to the week which was filled with lots of fun, trouble finding its way to us, situations that we handled on our own and the survival tactics we used to survive into the wild and nonetheless some life lessons we learned while on the road. Words like “Traveller”, “wanderer”, “Gallivanter”, etc looks fascinating aren’t they?. Most of you didn’t hear the last word, it means a person who likes to travels a lot. Well, I’m not one of a kind but I do enjoy travelling for the opportunity it provides to learn about different cultures and yes, of course, different people like the one I met in Dalhousie “The Sharma Ji” (ps: I forgot the name). I know there are so many Sharma’s out there but no one can be this guy who’s funny and scary at the same time and yeah he is the Vin diesel of mountains living a quarter mile at a time almost makes me believe that I’m not going to live to see another day but the god was with me (phew) well whatever he gave us the lift and that’s so nice of him and just like him there are other personalities we came across while on the trip but yeah as I said no one can be “The Sharma Ji”. Writing about this man I almost drift apart from the main content “Travelling”. It’s not as fascinating as it seems if you’re on your own but it’s quite fun to experience things through all the troubles like booking a hotel which was in the outskirts of the city providing you with absolute isolation with short supply of food and water and yeah not to mention “no tea” can you even imagine that? But you know that there is always something good waiting at the end of the day that will make you forgot of all the difficulties you faced and what is that”a perfect homemade meal” still remembers the taste of Dal Makhni(was delicious). And just like that day we survived the whole week travelling across different places meeting different people with different cultures and languages. Not to forget the guy we met while leaving “The Himalayas”, a kind and generous person who is also a dignity working for Dalai Lama himself, the guy gave us a lift in his SUV to the Punjab region. *(later part is in the comments section below.)