Two Ancient Himalayan Villages
Each of the villages of Himachal has an impressive view of exceptional beauty and the remnants of ancient traditions. As you go to the most remote of Himachal, these ancient villages are very mysterious. For centuries, the villages that are isolated in the mountains. These are areas that have very little contact with the outside world, with most of the year being snow covered. For the past few years, the paths have been improved and the opportunities for growth have grown in the attention of the world outside.
Kosal - At The Bottom Of Himalayas.
It was a nice Morning when arriving at Kazol. We get down the way through the jungle in Kaddagala. Parvati River flows through the forest and falls in the sound of rain falling from the white foam. It gets cold like touch ice. The advert of homestays in the jungle on the rocks on the way. Stripped in the foot and germinated plants. On the way you go there can find small houses. There are more outsourcing residents living in these homes than here. Places from the locals are carrying home holdings near Lee.
Chalal is the home of the Hippies. Livestock farming and cannabis cultivation are the main occupations. You can see a very small healthy Mongolian man carrying heavy weight. Male and female are there.
Young people who come here to celebrate their vacation days are here. There is no doubt that music cafes, camps on rivers, calm nature will provide new energy to the peoples from cities and boring offices. Kasol is a quiet place for weekends. Entrance to Parvati Valley Accommodation will be available from 300 rupees. April and May are the main seasons here. The rest of the day is covered with dew.
When it comes to the town of Kasol, it's good rain again. It's like having good cold wool. The wind blows. You have never felt so beautiful in your life ever since. It will feel so beautiful. In the market, there are many colorful low-cost DreamKates, local crafts, tourist clothing, various kinds of bags, canned pipes, semi-pragmatic stone ornaments, etc. There is no big price. In areas where there is flooring, plenty of nonveg food. You can eat from the way and eat it. The Israelites can be full of ways. It is called 'mini Israel'. The tastes of Israeli recipes in shops here will rebuild Rudy. Mundane's Cafe, Stone Garden Cafe, Freedom Cafe, Bhoj Cafe, Shiv Shanti Cafe are some of the places that you can enjoy here. It's not just Israel's food but also Italian, Chinese and Indian food.
Bhuthathankotta - Home To Over 70 Crore Epic Gods In The Ancient Kamru Village Of Himachal
I came to Sangla and walked towards the ancient Kamru village, where the beauty of the Sangla valley and the grace of the river Bapas. Kamru village, which is located on top of a hill with fewer kilometers from Sangla. There is a path going upstairs before Sangla Town arrives. In that climb, the little police complex in Sangla and a small Buddhist shrine passes through the gardens of apple groves. The famous Kinnear apples. A lot of apples. The reddish-brown, bright, and light red. The appearance of apple is one of the most beautiful trees in the world. When you eat from a tree and eat it sweet. Eat directly from the tree and eat sweets.
Like the Kangaroo's in the wrist, kids look out of the bag from the back bag of the grandparents too. This is one of the most striking views of Nepal including the Himalayas. All kind of burden can carry only on a hanging bag or a child hanging on a shoulder. The Himalayan fringes are surrounded by the beauty of Sangla valley, the colorful valley that surrounds the fringes, tall and tired. Instead, filled with flowers and colorful flowers, apple trees, and flooded mountains of the moon filled the heart into the heart. With cameras trying to hold that beauty, knowing that it will be a failure.
We reached the base of Kamru village, hanging in the middle of a big hill. There was a huge entrance doorway. Now the steep steps up. The longest line of houses in the village on the left. Pavilion walls and walls. Most of the roofs are made of stone blocks. It is built in the shape of the Buddhist Pagodas. It gives the brilliance of antiquity to the village. Apple garden, located right at the bottom of the stairs. On the top of the garden, hills are covered like a green carpet. Beyond the green are the Himalayas of the Himalayas that are silvery-white with no element of greenery. Good steep climbing. As you go up, all the houses are made of wood. When the steps back up, a white Buddhist stupa was approached. From there, he turned to the left and entered the inside of the village.
At the entrance of the temple called Badri Vidhalji. Many of the goddesses entered the brass door entering the entrance. As if it was in a magic village where the mysterious moods of mystical stories are gone. A beautiful Buddhist monastery on the left side of the courtyard. A small piece of pagoda form in the middle of the courtyard. Badri Vishalji Temple is a beautiful temple.
From there it was poured into the heart and proceeded in the middle of the wooden houses. The route is further reduced. It is a myth that beauty and mystery seem to be going to this village. With the narrow passage trapped by the smell of antiquity, overflowing with the shade of gold-colored wooden houses flourished, the apple trees flowing through the lights of the glittering glaciers. In the center of a dilapidated building, a gentle door made of wooden carvings and daggers. The Mountain top Boothathankotta.
"There is not even a man".That huge door pushed. When it was forced, it made a noise and opened. There are certain restrictions to enter inside the courtyard. There is a small temple inside the Kamakhi goddess of the temple that was brought down from the Gohagaddi city of Assam several decades agoThe palace was constructed with five floors of wood. It would be right to say that a small palace. Not now used as a monument. Instead, the top levels with the aging are in danger. It can only be opened for worship.
From the courtyard of the fort you can see Kaoru's village lying on the ground. You are far from Sangla Valley. A spring of sight is in front of me. This will be the overflowing mountains of the mountains. How often do I embrace the valleys of this greenery?