The Magnanimous Journey Of Our Mammoth…! [PART-6]

In Rishikesh the next morning was full of hustle bustle, I got up early refreshed and sat in the balcony sipping a powerful strong punch of tea and watching the onset of life at the early hours, pilgrims flocking in and around the pundits or the priests performing their daily rituals of ‘puja’, the powerful chants coming on to the ears, the fragrance of incense sticks along with vibgyor coloured flowers being dispersed in water for ‘puja’ purpose, people coming to the Ghats from different walks of life. I just wondered who has come from where? Or what’s his/her origin? ‘How they live their lives?’ and so on and so forth then back to pavilion after tea I answered a very short natures call not in nature but in the loo, changed my attire into workout ones tied my quaint essential gear my shoe laces hurled down to the Ghat a few yards away then I started my deep breathing with jogging constantly observing the activities of people which they were very arduously following and doing ‘Ganga poja’ after an hour or so I sat on the Ghat watching the wavy curls of the gurgling water down below thinking the magical circle of life…

Ganges River View from hotel room
Ganges River View from hotel room

Again a swift marathon to ‘Laxman Jhula’ then ‘Ram Jhula’ again back to get sedated by the sticky juice of ‘jalebis’ and piping hot ‘puri sabzi’ and got myself packed a whole lot Indian sweet meats, back to hotel room heavy heartedly had to check out so after three days stay at Rishikesh we moved towards Narendranagar-Chamba for the most essential part of our journey of course to visit the prayag’s along with Kedarnath, Badrinath but yes to visit our new land which we were eagerly waiting for.

Ram Jhula & Laxman Jhula in Rishikesh
Ram Jhula & Laxman Jhula in Rishikesh
Laxman Jhula In Rishikesh
Laxman Jhula In Rishikesh
Glucose Club Volunteers at Rishikesh
Glucose Club Volunteers at Rishikesh

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