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Himalayan Sacred Walks - Part VIII

Posted on: 27, Nov, 2017
Haridwar is an ancient city in the Haridwar district of Uttarakhand. The river Ganges, after flowing for 253 kilometers from its' source at Gomukh at the edge of the Gangotri Glacier, enters the Indo-Gangetic Plains of North India for the first time at Haridwar, which gave this city its' ancient name, Gangadwra. Read more

Himalayan Sacred Walks - Part VII

Posted on: 26, Nov, 2017
Rishikesh is a small, holy town located in the foothills of Himalayas, in northern India, at a height of around 1,220 ft. from sea level. It has a great spiritual significance because the holy river Ganges flows through it. This is a place where Ganges can be seen with its pure and crystal clear water and from this point onwards it flows down towards Northern plains of India. Read more

Himalayan Sacred Walks - Part VI

Posted on: 25, Nov, 2017
Gangotri, is a famous Hindu pilgrim town in Uttarkashi district, situated on the banks of the river Bhagirathi. Located on the Greater Himalayan Range, at a height of 3,100 meters (10,200 ft.) is also a place of origin of river Ganges. Gangotri town is at a distance of 99 km or 2 hours drive from Uttarkashi. Read more

Himalayan Sacred Walks - Part V

Posted on: 22, Nov, 2017
Uttarkashi is a town located at an elevation of 1,165 meters (4,436 feet) in Uttrakhand, India. Most of its terrain is hilly. There are many small and big rivers in Uttarkashi district. The Yamuna and the Ganges (Bhagirathi) are biggest and holiest among them, their origin is Yamunotri and Gangotri (at Gomukh) respectively. Read more

Himalayan Sacred Walks - Part IV

Posted on: 17, Nov, 2017
Badrinath is a holy town in Chamoli district of Uttrakhand, located at a 3,100 metres (10,170 feet). The main attraction of this town is, Badrinath Temple. Dedicated to Lord Vishnu, this temple is located on the banks of river Alaknanda. This is a holy place of pilgrimage for Vaishnavas or the devotees of Lord Vishnu. Read more

Himalayan Sacred Walks - Part III

Posted on: 12, Nov, 2017
Guptkashi is a town in Rudraprayag district at a distance of 26 km from Kedarnath, located at elevation of 1,319 metres (4,327 ft) on the banks of river Mandakini. Read more

Himalayan Sacred Walks - Part II

Posted on: 3, Nov, 2017
Kedarnath is located at a distance of 223 km from Rishikesh, at a height of 3,583 m (11,755 ft) above sea level in Rudraprayag district of Uttrakhand state. It is of much significance because of the Kedarnath temple, which has one of the twelve jyotirlingas, (the most significant places of worship of Lord Shiva) Read more

Himalayan Sacred Walks - Part I

Posted on: 25, Oct, 2017
The tall and mighty Himalayan ranges in the Northern border of India are the backbone of the country, protecting it from harsh winters and chilly winds. The name "Himalaya" means "the abode or house of snow", in Sanskrit language it means - hima - "snow", and alaya" - abode or house". It represents the loftiest and one of the most rugged mountain barriers in the world often referred to as the "roof of the world". Read more

Competition An ignition or defusing?

Posted on: 18, Aug, 2017
The very word, competition, sends jitters to many. This word conveys a feeling of participating in some race with an objective to stay ahead by beating someone. Read more

On cloud nine. - Paragliding at Bir-Billing.

Posted on: 23, June, 2017
Bir-Billing, located in Himachal Pradesh, India, is a second World famous paragliding site. It is also a place which hosted 2015 paragliding World cup. Read more

World Earth Day - 22 April

Posted on: 21, Apr, 2017
Mother Earth, with her gushing rivers, hues of greens on mountains, symphony of waterfalls unrelentingly creates picturesque and breathtaking landscapes for us to enjoy. The fruits, vegetables, grains, water everything what we need to sustain life is made available by our real mother, the Mother Earth. Read more

World Health Day - 7 April

Posted on: 7, Apr, 2017
7th April is celebrated as a World health Day. This is to raise awareness about prevailing health issues across the globe. This year, WHO has declared depression as the main health issue hitting hard globally. Read more

Adventure and fun at Rishikesh. - Part II

Posted on: 6, Apr, 2017
This was our last day here, and also the reason for which we actually came, rafting adventure. For me, as usual, started day with Yoga and meditation, followed by breakfast and by around 10 am we all gathered at a place to board our rafts. Read more

Adventure and fun at Rishikesh. - Part I

Posted on: 3, Apr, 2017
Rishikesh is a small town located in the foothills of Himalaya, in northern India, at a height of around 1,745 ft from sea level. It has a great spiritual significance because the holy river Ganges flows through it. This is a place where Ganges can be seen with its pure and crystal clear water. It has also a mythological history behind it. Nowadays, it has become famous as a "Yoga capital of the World.". Read more

Get introduced to self.

Posted on: 15, Mar, 2017
Many a times it feels as if we know ourselves fully well, but certain situations of life compel us to react or behave in a manner which we never expected from self. In all those instances, external situations become the driving force and keep us oblivious of our true nature. Road rage, abusive language, racism, discriminations are such stark realities demonstrating how badly someone can lose control over self. Read more

Seema Bhatnagar
, Blogger, Writer, Life Coach and Founder of Abundance Thinkers, site for personal growth and development. Empowering people in achieving and living the best of personal potential.