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Tungnath — Among the clouds

Get your #TheBlindList and #SayYesToTheWorld with Lufthansa For me, the place that I love more than anything is mountain tops. And the best and the most feasible of them all is Tungnath! It was in my Bucket List for quite a while and traveling to there has been an enriching experience, full of self exploration. Here's my love story with it. Flying high in the sky, among the puffiness of the clouds, are the Himalayas so calm, muted and soft, in the lapse of which anybody is forced to wonder in solitude about everything that goes on the plains that so vehemently rolls below. There, in the abode of peacefulness where mere thoughts echo, where sun so gracefully cuts the clouds, where ravens dare to fly, where wind soughs past, where cold freezes bones, I found myself. The trek to Tungnath and Chandrashila is one of the easiest and beautiful trek in Uttarakhand. Tungnath being the highest temple of Lord Shiva in the world (3,860 m) attracts both trekkers and pi
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