5 lesser known places in India that deserves equal hype
Summer in north India is extremely painful. Be it Delhi, Punjab or Haryana, no place is cool enough to spend its summer season. There are few unseen places in India which has suitable climate and are pocket friendly. Here is list of 5 places where you should give a try if you have been bitten by the bug called ‘wanderlust’.
1. Ziro, Arunachal Pradesh: Ziro is an old town in Arunachal Pradesh. This place is a home to the
2. Manas National Park, Assam: This place has Elephant reserves, Tiger reserves and various other biodiversity reserves. Manas National Park is one of the UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site in Assam. Being less crowded, this place is suitable for tourism this season.
3. Khajjar, Himachal Pradesh: Often known as ‘Mini Switzerland’, this place is in Chamba district in Himachal Pradesh. Khajjar is a beautiful hill town near Dalhousie. This place is best for tourism during summer season because during winter season, the roads get sealed which can be a trip spoiler. Tourists are attracted to Khajjar Lake, Kalatop Wildlife Sanctuary, Khajjar trek etc.
4. Gokarna, Karnataka: Famous for its beautiful and unspoilt beaches, Gokarna is a small town in Karnataka. Gokarna is gaining huge popularity among youngsters and hippies. This place has is perfect for tourism all year round except rainy season. There are various temples which makes its environment more relaxed and pleasant. Om Beach, Kudle Beach and Mahabaleshwar Temple are few places which are popular among the tourists.
5. Bedaghat, Madhya Pradesh: Bedaghat is located in Madhya Pradesh and is better known for its Marble Rocks. This place is famous for 100ft of marble rocks on either side of Narmada River. Apart from Marble rocks, Bedaghat is also known for boating in moonlight. Other famous places in Bedaghat apart from Marble Rocks are Dhuandhar Falls, Chausath Yogini Temple, Soapstone Artefacts etc.
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We find strength, if we look for it. We can choose either to play the victim, or find the strength inside us to rise above the situation and go forth.
I find that travel makes me learn and unlearn a lot about myself, as well as life. Here is something that I experienced years back but taught me a valuable lesson for life. I had visited a tiny village in the coastal belt of Maharashtra, called Velas. This small village, is known for the Olive Ridley Turtle conservation movement undertaken by the villagers. Each year these endangered turtles, return to this village for nesting. It was fascinating to hear about their journey from the locals and especially to watch the hatchlings take their very first steps.
Consider this, once the eggs are laid, the villagers dig deep pits into the sand and bury the eggs inside these pits. When the eggs are hatched, the hatchlings have to crawl their way up to the surface. I inquired, why didn't they just keep the eggs on the surface? I was told, the hatchlings actually exercised their muscles when they try to come out. If they can't make it to the top, how will they survive the open sea? Then the hatchlings are carried closer to the beach and released.
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