Skywatch Friday - Himalayan Peaks, Badrinath

All of us have read about the horrible floods that has hit the state of Uttarakhand in North India resulting in death of thousands of people. We pray for the souls of those who perished in these floods and hope the missing ones are traced. 

Uttarkhand and Himalayas is a mesmerising place. It is called "Dev Bhoomi" or "Abode of Gods" for no small reason. You get humbled in front of the nature, in front these mighty mountains. These are the mountains which sustain life in this great country.

These peaks were just opposite the hotel we were staying during our detour to Badrinath - one of the four holiest shrines for Hindus - when we did Valley Of Flowers trek last year. The weather was playing hide and seek and the sky was over cast with slight drizzle. Suddenly, when the envelope of mist disappeared we clicked the peak glittering in the afternoon sun. 

On a clear day one can see the famous Nilkant peak from Badrinath 


If you want to know more about our trek to Valley of Flowers, you may click on this link below.

Valley of Flowers

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A Travel Blog from India: Skywatch Friday - Himalayan Peaks, Badrinath

Friday, 28 June 2013

Skywatch Friday - Himalayan Peaks, Badrinath

All of us have read about the horrible floods that has hit the state of Uttarakhand in North India resulting in death of thousands of people. We pray for the souls of those who perished in these floods and hope the missing ones are traced. 

Uttarkhand and Himalayas is a mesmerising place. It is called "Dev Bhoomi" or "Abode of Gods" for no small reason. You get humbled in front of the nature, in front these mighty mountains. These are the mountains which sustain life in this great country.

These peaks were just opposite the hotel we were staying during our detour to Badrinath - one of the four holiest shrines for Hindus - when we did Valley Of Flowers trek last year. The weather was playing hide and seek and the sky was over cast with slight drizzle. Suddenly, when the envelope of mist disappeared we clicked the peak glittering in the afternoon sun. 

On a clear day one can see the famous Nilkant peak from Badrinath 


If you want to know more about our trek to Valley of Flowers, you may click on this link below.

Valley of Flowers

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9 Comments:

At 6/28/2013 , Blogger 'Tsuki said...

What a beautiful place...

 
At 6/28/2013 , Blogger Nedekcir said...

would love to visit it sometimes...

 
At 6/28/2013 , OpenID ladyfi said...

What a gorgeous shot.

 
At 6/29/2013 , Anonymous china visa said...

An amazing view.. No doubt. i would love to see some more pictures of Himalayan Peaks..

 
At 6/29/2013 , Blogger R Niranjan Das said...

Brilliant photograph!

http://rajniranjandas.blogspot.com/2013/06/elephanta-island-cave.html

 
At 7/03/2013 , Anonymous Yatra Nepal said...

All the above articles are very informative and helpful to plan india tour.

 
At 7/04/2013 , Anonymous India Tour and Travel said...

Really outstanding and awesome place!!!!

 
At 7/08/2013 , Blogger James Adam said...

Nice blog and content posted in the blog seems very informative for Indian Himalayas.

Thanks for sharing such useful information. Keep sharing in future....

 
At 7/19/2013 , Blogger Manali Hotels said...

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