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- Friendly reminder: don't forget to make out time to spend some time amidst the peace of Mother Nature every now and then. Wake up to a beautiful sunrise, walk in the woods and meditate to the sound of birds hopping from one tree to another. It's as important as drinking 8 glasses of water a day, remember that.
- Don't tell others how to live if they are not asking you for an advice. People can only learn things from their own experience and if you lead them they will not remember the way. They will learn only if they ask you to show the way. In the rest of the cases you're just wasting your time and energy.
This is what I've learned few months back. And still I'm trying to follow it and it's not easy to keep yourself from interfering into others choices, decisions, lives. But that is their lives, right? Not mine. And they aren't even asking me to help them.
The other lesson I've learned: get your results and goals done, become meaningful yourself first and then those people whom you want to help will come to you for your advices. They will see the positive changes in you. They will start wondering what is it the difference between you and them. And they will start asking you for advices. In this way all the devices will be helpful and useful.
So basically you have to concentrate on yourself and your own life. This will be the best way to help others. But constantly approaching others with advices when they are not even asking won't work. It doesn’t matter that the advices are really useful - if you are not reputable enough people will not listen to you.
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- • Being an avid traveller 🧭 for a decade now, I take pride in finding you guys more bucket list goals everyday while ticking my own list! 🖤✨ This luxurious jacuzzi experience amidst the stars with a breathtaking view of the city is definitely one you can't miss. 💦💫 Shot by @AashnaMalanii 😘 #ShivadityaBarjatya #TheGypsyRhapsody
- Well, we all know that responsible travel is the need of the hour. However, I differ. Why?
IMO, responsible travel is nothing more but cliche. There is a need for Real Responsible Travel in the Himalayas and everywhere else. Tourism is sky high in the Himalayas with authorities having a blind eye on its control and regulations. The rise of Instagram age as made it worse.
Is there any hope? Yes, of course.
We can learn some essential tips on how to travel responsibly in the Himalayas to places like Ladakh and Spiti Valley, which are too sensitive. Then, we can teach our circle of influence, including families, friends, or generations, to come. In the last decade of promoting responsible travel and trying numerous things, I feel it is the best way to deal with it.
Let's look at some crucial responsible travel tips that you should consider when traveling to the Himalayas and help us save them together:
Need more information on these tips for saving the Himalayas?? Continue reading my detailed blog article on these 15 tips for real responsible travel in the Himalayas: https://devilonwheels.com/tips-responsible-travel-in-the-himalayas/
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- 📍Chau Chau Kang Nilda, Langza.
Chau Chau means princess, Kang means a snowcapped mountain, Ni is the sun and Da is the moon. And so this majestic peak overlooking the village of Langza is the princess mountain on which the sun and moon shine.
Langza entirely depends on this peak for its supply for its water and so it was a tradition for someone to be sent to watch over the stream for any obstructions throughout the summer. One summer a lazy man named Landup was sent who wasn't very interested in the task, but enjoyed playing his lute.
One day a beautiful woman- the Chau Chau Kang Nilda fairy- appeared before him and asked him to play again as she was charmed by his music. And so he did. Landup would then find a way to be sent to the stream each summer so he could meet his beloved.
A few years later, one winter, a drunk Landup was lazing around when his wife asked him to get up and work. The drunk man got angry and started shouting about how he would rather be with the fairy who never asks him to work. The next morning Landup woke up covered in boils, remembering that the fairy had asked him to never mention her in front of anyone. As summer came and he recovered, he went back to the stream and played his lute and waited for his fairy but she never returned.
To this day, it is said that the fairy is mending her broken heart and won't let a man near her. If a man tries to climb the mountain, the weather turns formidable forcing him to return.
- 48 degrees in India so it really be hot girl summer 💁🏽♀️
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