Khajjiar – Paradise Unmatched

Nikhil and I finally made our Himalayan journey and spent 4 days in Khajjiar, also known as the Mini Switzerland of India. The journey to the place was simply fabulous right from Dalhousie, another hill station. The clouds were right with us and the roads, trees and everything else looked fascinating. Both of our cameras clicked restlessly.

While in Khajjiar, we also visited Kalatop Wildlife Sanctuary and Chamba. Click here to view the photos from our trip.

We also recorded Piano Man while we were there. Enjoy!

Comments So Far..
  • Saumya G. 8 July, 2007 at 6:22 am

    It’s great!

  • T A RAMESH 9 July, 2007 at 2:59 am

    Had a vicarious pleasure visiting Khajjiar and Chamba throug your phot album presented with full of frolicsome mood.
    Misty moutains move the moods of men anywhere it seems.
    The freshness of Nature keeps up human spirit with full of glory.
    Everywhere the misty mountains have similar lustre whether it is Himalayan mountains or Kodaikanal [Summer Mirage] hills!
    Why has Lord Hanuman become so lean in body?
    Has Lord Rama left in desolation after the war in Lanka?
    The haunting views of mountains ranges keep the mood in trance.
    A contemplative person would have a great feast in spiritual pleasure!
    Wonderful scenes of Nature will cheer up the mood whenever one sees the photos!
    Hope many poems and songs will generate from your mind and guitar at various interval of time to come.
    Beautiful, wonderful, elevating, joyful and hilarious always!
    -T.A. Ramesh

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