Friday, June 7, 2013

A Photo Essay Of North India

I have said it before and I'll say it again! Its almost impossible to get bored in India, if you travel with an open mind. I agree, India is not the easiest country to explore but if you built the patience to overcome the crowd, the smell, the cows and the occasional jerks, its an amazing country.  The country has little bit of everything and even though I have not explored the entire country yet but am very happy with whatever little traveling I have done.

For fellow travelers and all the aspiring travelers checking this post from your office, here are some pictures I have clicked in the past few months. Hope this will inspire you to see the world:

A Monkey Taking a Nap inside Amer Fort 

Inside Amer Fort in Jaipur

View From Amer Fort

Amer Fort Jaipur

Entrance to Red Fort, New Delhi

View from Red Fort, Delhi

Somewhere in Delhi

Inside Red Fort, Delhi

Offering Prayers in the River Ganga in Rishikesh

The ever Gorgeous River Ganga

River Ganga in Rishikesh. River Ganga is the holiest River for Hindus

Meditating by the River Ganga in Rishikesh 

Hindu Devotees Offering Prayers in the River Ganga in Rishikesh

Rishikesh - Isn't it breathtaking!!

Describing India in words would not do justice to the awesomeness of the country. If it wasn't for all the amazing pictures shared by fellow traveler bloggers I would have never even bothered to enjoy the little traveling I have done. According to my experience, traveling is very addictive.The more you travel, the more you want to travel. Now I have this uncontainable urge to travel and the first destination on my list is Vietnam to visit Sapa and Bac Ha  to soak in the rich culture of the ethnic hill tribe, cruising the Mekong and riding a motorbike through Route 13 in Laos, and Las Vegas to feel the rush from bungee jumping at the top of the Stratosphere and the T-Tower. I am looking forward to complete and add them on my achievement list very soon.