On the way of JOY(2nd day)…….


a pic from the height of 2200m above from the ground level.yapping.

Some breath taking picture I try to posted here to show you the beauty of nature. on the journey of day two i woke up early in the morning to explore the Kausani.So After to feed my body with a delicious food. we started the journey of my thousand miles. you known, what ? it is the first place which was visited by my.

The gallery of  memory of Kausani are still live in my mind to tell you what was the adventure I made to explore the India’s mountains.

I remembered the picture that i was posted the right side of this column. it was my second day there and it was rainy day also. but we decided to move on  mountain climb to  take a sight view from the biggest mountain which was located near the anasakti ashram.


A slipping grass which create the frictionless layer. Be careful.

      If  you are also a lover of nature and going to mountain         trekking then I will  tell you there was a grass which     absorbed the water and a layer of friction less developed.  After the trekking of the nearest  mountain, we move on futher to explore the beauty of mountain.

 After the covering the 2 or 3 km in trekking the mountain we reached the truly beautiful tea garden in which the plants are  growing slowly slowly carrying a tea fruit on it. That was the place of full greenery with covering the almost 2.5km area and field was arranged like a stairs structure.


I am standing in garden of the tea.

“You known, Tea plants are native to East and South Asia, and probably originated around the meeting points of the lands of north Burma and southwest China. Tea is an aromatic beverage commonly prepared by pouring hot or boiling water over cured leaves of the Camellia sinensis, an evergreen shrub native to Asia. After water, it is the most widely consumed drink in the world. Some teas, like Darjeeling and Chinese greens, have a cooling, slightly bitter, and astringent flavour, while others have vastly different profiles that include sweet, nutty, floral, or grassy notes.” #copied

     One more interesting thing about Darjeeling(The Queen of Hills) tea is that 100g of pure first leave tea coast is 1lakh.


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