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A TRIP TO DARJEELING (PART 3)

Originally posted on Saswat Mishra Photography:
So, At last this trip came to an end…..and here’s how the 3rd day here in Darjeeling was : The Final Destination was the Rock Gardens, and this is the last thing I wanted to do before I leave this city. Waterfall at Rock Gardens This waterfall was my friend for the…

Darjeeling

Originally posted on om•qi•zen:
I first visited Darjeeling in the fall of 2011. I trekked the Singalila Ridge along the border of Nepal, where I had amazing views of Mount Kanchenjanga, the third highest peak in the world. I also tried Darjeeling tea for the first time. A steaming brew at Glenary’s, a…

▧▨ Darjeeling Ropeway ▧▨

The Darjeeling ropeway is another tourist spot that is a smash hit with both the domestic as well as the international ones. Incidentally I met one such Darjeeling enthusiast who had come all the way from Ecuador. I on one of my trips back home had decided to take a joy ride and happened to…

Praying in Darjeeling

No pandas and fake priests , it is the ultimate place where you can confess, communicate, thank and protest with the one supreme diety!!

The On-wards Journey with a Mix of Life!!

The main lifeline of the Darjeeling Hills, the National Highway -55 is a scenic treat all along the drive. Dotted on the sides with a single rail link that ferries the World Heritage Toy Train.

It snowed then..

Does’nt it look great when it snows?, Do you want you last of the kin to see more of these? Well if I heard yes then please stop deforestation, already the population of Darjeeling is booming and another big-bang is in the liking. With Gorkhaland or no Gorkhaland we need to protect and most importantly…

Green clean darjeeling!!

It is still green, I believe we can preserve this view, Let us protect our surroundings when the time still permits.

A step towards Darjeeling.

Let us begin our journey into Darjeeling with an old classic of the town. The majestic Kanchenjunga Range in the backdrop fits for a perfect skyline. Mark Twain  described Darjeeling as “The railway journey up the mountain is forty miles, and it takes eight hours to make it. It is so wild and interesting and exciting…