Back from a looooooong ROAD TRIP 😀


So,every one can get the idea of how tired I could be! 
And here, I have got some amazing pictures to share!


Though GOOGLE can be a help to every one who wants a proper information here, I as it is am geographically very weak.

Dharamshala is a real popular hill station in Himachal Pradesh!
Two sections,upper and lower. My hotel was in the upper half, NADDI.

Also,Dharamshala is a kind of abode of DALAI LAMA, soon to be developed as “City of Flowers”.
Peace, this place had! You want to run away from day to day hustle? Here is where you should be!

And the locals there, are adorable! Soooooooper sweet and welcoming!

P.s.: My main attraction was the TIBETAN TEMPLE there! 
You can sit for hours there and discover your own self. Even the prayer,all the lamas chant together. Such a great feeling to just listen to it (as you can barely understand the language). 
BUDDHISM has rightly been described as the purest form of religion.

The night I reached.

The morning. 🙂
And now. The best part of the trip.
And now. The best part of the trip.

My hotel room had great view, plus the mountains by the morning were all covered by the snow, which then added more beauty to the amazing view!

The Tibetan temple.

Tibetan Buddhists believe that saying the mantra (prayer), Om Mani Padme Hum, out loud or silently to oneself, invokes the powerful benevolent attention and blessings of Chenrezig, the embodiment of compassion. Viewing the written form of the mantra is said to have the same effect — it is often carved into stones, like the one pictured above, and placed where people can see them. 

Spinning the written form of the mantra around in a Mani wheel (or prayer wheel) is also believed to give the same benefit as saying the mantra, and Mani wheels, small hand wheels and large wheels with millions of copies of the mantra inside, are found everywhere in the lands influenced by Tibetan Buddhism.

It is said that all the teachings of the Buddha are contained in this mantra: Om Mani Padme Hum can not really be translated into a simple phrase or sentence. 
It is appropriate, though, to say a little about the mantra, so that people who want to use it in their meditation practice will have some sense of what they are doing, and people who are just curious will understand a little better what the mantra is and why it is so important to Tibetan Buddhists. We begin in the next section with some information about the mantra itself.


23 Comments Add yours

  1. Green Speck says:

    Amazing snaps … seems u had a great time !!!


  2. Sakshi Singh says:

    I so did! Trust me,they were more amazing to witness actually!


  3. great clickzz 🙂 i bet it was an awesome trip right?? nice one yaa 🙂


  4. Sakshi Singh says:

    Awesome it was.
    Thank you Anjali,am glad you like them! 🙂


  5. So you enjoyed full on in your sem breaks… nice snaps….god bless u 🙂


  6. Sakshi Singh says:

    Thanks a lot Noopur!
    😀 😀


  7. Garima says:

    I have been there…a wonderful place to visit for sure..and yeah welcome back 🙂
    was missing your posts 🙂


  8. Sakshi Singh says:

    I tell you,place is amazing!
    Thanks Garima!

    Was missing your comments indeed! 😀


  9. love the photos! would you like to follow each other? let me know!


  10. Sakshi Singh says:

    I am glad you do!
    I would love to follow you! 😀


  11. Aashi Jain says:

    Sakshi I dont know you in a person but just love your blog!!


  12. Sakshi Singh says:

    I am so glad that you do Aashi! 🙂


  13. jahid says:

    Wow! one month road trip must be awesome. Dharamshala is very beautiful although i have never visited 🙂 Your captures are really nice.


  14. Sakshi Singh says:

    It was 10 days!
    Dharamshala is gorgeous,you should visit sometimes!

    I am glad you like the pictures!
    Thank you. 🙂


  15. Hello …
    Thanks for dropping by my blog 🙂
    Thanks for following me…
    I was out for my research so couldnt respond earlier but I love your blog.
    BTW I envy for having been to the above places coz I have been dying to go on a long road trip.
    Awesome pictures and your language is amazing too…
    Will keep popping in by your place 🙂


  16. Sakshi Singh says:

    Kalindi 🙂 beautiful name first of all!
    And your blog,is like an eye candy,I couldn't stop myself from reading it over!
    Research? Sounds nice.
    Thanks,am glad you like it!
    About the trip,amazing experience,India practically has places to explore in every corner,even if they are not all that famous. Take some time out. It's refreshing. 🙂

    Thank you again. 🙂
    I will make sure I keep posting good enough to make you mark your visits here!

    Love. 🙂


  17. Aditi Argal says:

    i would so like to go to this place – “the tibetian temple” ❤


  18. Sakshi Singh says:

    Am sure you will visit. 🙂


  19. Amit rai says:

    great snaps ! 🙂 been a while since i've been to a place like this .. would really like to visit one soon ^__^ 🙂
    oh, and followed you 🙂


  20. Thanks a lot Amit!
    Though it's after a long while I am replying here,thanks for following. 🙂


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