“I am a born tribal”
1. the state or quality of being clean or being kept clean."standards of cleanliness have been criticized by patients and visitors"
“Clean” a small word but a word that we are hearing since our childhood, whether it is our room, our clothes or our self; anywhere anyway we have heard this simple word clean. Because no one likes to be dirty. We human beings are so hygiene proof that we carry sanitizers in our pouches and use it every time we feel unhyiene.
Same is with the Himalayas they too don’t like to get dirty with all these plastic and garbage around as all these stuff are affecting the beautiful Himalayas. Nobody want that when one visit and take a long deep breath too feel the freshness and instead smell all crap and no fresh air.
“The mountains were so wild and so stark and so very beautiful that I wanted to cry. I breathed in another wonderful moment to keep safe in my heart.” (Will not happen)
So here I want to convey that trek into the Himalayas for fun and peace as they are mysterious but at the same time be a part of the Himalayas. Let Garbage Bag be a part of your trekking list (i say wherever you travel) so that every time you want to throw away waste and pollute nature you can throw it in your garbage bag and dump it in a Dustbin nearby.
A message to be spread so that we can clean Himalayas in our way. I say love the nature and Nature will definitely love you back.
Stayhealthy stayblessed keepHimalayasclean peaceout✌️
cleanliness is next to godliness.
Shot taken Babaldhar (Johar Valley)