“Nature is full of infinite causes that never occurred in experience,” said Leonardo Da Vinci rightly. Beauty is at its best when untouched! Okay, Let’s give it a thought.
Our country has the best form of bio-diversity, varying from the high mountain to the flat plains, to the beautiful grasslands we have everything in our store.
Maybe that’s why it’s rightly called the Indian Sub-Continent. The Northern part of India is best known for the majestic Himalayas that border our country and serves as a natural barrier.
Northern India is embedded with extraordinary hill stations that make it a definite hot-spot for voyagers. Let’s know about some of the famous hill stations in depth.
MANALI rightly called the “Valley of Gods”, is a hill station situated in the state of Himachal Pradesh, India. Being located at the northern end of Kullu village, Manali never fails to attract tourists with its captivating beauty.
From the high snow capped hills to the beautiful apple, trout, pear and plum trees, the sight of Manali is soulful.
ALMORA is one of the charming hill station in India. Almora hills are located in the Uttarakhand state of India and has attracted tourists from everywhere.
The horse saddle shaped hillocks kissing the clouds, the hills surrounded by forests of pine and fir trees is a definite place to visit for die-hard explorers.
BADRINATH is the most popular hill station located in the Indian state of Uttarakhand. The sight of the majestic Badrinath Temple overlooking the hills is alluring.
It is a holy town and the temple which is sacred to Lord Vishnu has attracted pilgrims from all parts of the globe.
KULLU is the capital town of Kullu district in Himachal Pradesh, India. Being situated in the banks of Beas River, the place is prone to varied flora and fauna and trees like apple, pine, deodar.
This place and its mesmerising beauty are a favourite tourist destination for every aesthetic tourist
GANGOTRI is a town in Uttarkashi district in the state of Uttarakhand, India. The sacred river Ganges originates here and is believed to purify man from all sins.
This makes Gangotri a sacred town and a paradise for pilgrims with its flawless beauty.
MUSSOORIE is a hill station in the Dehradun District of Uttarakhand, India. The elegance of the hills in the Mussoorie and its radiant nature gives it the title “Queen of Hills”.
The uniqueness of Mansoor shrubs, with the snow, ranges in the north and Down valley, Shiwalik to the south adds to the nobility of the place.
To conclude, I would again like to quote Leonardo Da Vinci “Vitality and Beauty are gifts of nature for those who live according to its law.”, Nature is both alluring and pleasing only if we vow to protect and safeguard its riches. Bon Voyage to all my aesthetic friends!