Monday, April 9, 2007

A heaven Maklodganj, Bahkusnag, Dharamshalla

It was Saturday. We were feeling little bore. One of my friends came to me and asked lets go out for some new. After little discussion we decided to visit Makloadganj, Dharamshalla in Himachal Pardesh.

This trip was also for the discussion of new topics. We were three Ankur, Neeraj and me. Dharamshala is 200K.M. far away from Amritsar.

We reached at Pathankot 10.00 pm. We took a room in hotel at Pathankot.
After taking our dinner we went out for walk. Long night we go to bed for sleep. Because we had to wake up early next day.

Next day we waked up 7.30 AM. We were ready after taking breakfast at 10.00Am.
Now we moved towards Dhramshalla in our car. We were enjoying too much in mid way. Himachal Pardesh is the state of natural beauties. We see lots of sceneries, rivers, farms etc. Dharamshalla is around 100 Km. From Pathankot.

We stopped our car in many places to view the Himachal beauties. We also shoot too much scenery. We also see ice on some mountains. Cool breeze was blowing as we were moving towards Makloadganj, Dharamshala.

A last we reached at Dharamshalla, We were little hungry now. So, we decided to took some food. But, we were at the top of the hill. There were only 2 local restaurants where we got only Maggi Noodles. It was not too good but little good. After eating Maggi we moved to Makloadganj.

Makloadganj is the capital of Tibet. It is famous due to temple of Lord Buddha and Dalai Lama. There was also a temple of Lord Shiva known as Bhaksu Nag 2-3 K.M. far away from Makloadganj.

There was also some good waterfalls, hills etc. to view. Mostly foreigners love this place for smoking and drinking. That’s why you see lots of foreigners there.

We decided first to view the temple of Buddha. There was too much continental or foreigners restaurant in the street. It seems like we were not in India. Everywhere foreigners are wondering. Indians were not in much amount.

We were still hungry. So, we had gone to a Italian hotel. We took some drink and sandwiches there. Cool - cool breeze, light music, clean environment, tasty food..
Hmmmmm really its too enjoyable.

After little walk we reached at Lord Buddha – Dalai Lama temple. It was too calm place. In temple, there was a statue Ashoka, Buddha, candles light, money chakra etc.
We took some photographs there. Also, rolled the money chakra by pushing clockwise. We are again in the street of Makloadganj. Our next step was to view the waterfall in Bhaksu naag.

In mid way we met Thom from England. After little talk he was too friendly with us
He was also going to visit waterfall. He felt hungry. Again we took Maggi with cokes.
Now, the most enjoyable journey starts from here. Me, Ankur, Neeraj and Thom



Tom and Gina with us। A nice couple। We make too much fun with them. We are enjoying the naturality of the God. Then thom asked me to teach him Punjabi. Hhahahaha its too funny to teach him Punjabi. We teached him Punjabi abuse. Hhahaha its too funny. His tone of voice is same as punjabi's. He talked to some punjabi's guys by abusing words. Oh God its too funny. All guys were shocked by listening abusive words from the mouth of Thom (england). Then approx. 10-12 guys comes there to shoot the abuse of Thom. All of them were enjoying too much this moment.

5 comments:

ashish soni said...

nice pic
esp. the last one

kunna kaur said...

wow it was good trip.i enjoyed to read this ,because this place is my favourite too .i love this place .

Anonymous said...

mujhe tibet ke log achhe lagte hai kyuki unka shant swabhav mujhe pasand hai khaskar unka madad ke liye khule hath se main hamesha prabhavit raha hu maklodgaj tibet ka dusra roop hai yaha ki prakritik sundarta bhi utni hi khubsurat hai.....

Anonymous said...

i have been there...the place is very expensive ... the biggest problem there is he tibetian people who have a lot of attitude... they entertain only foreigners... if indians talk to them they won`t even bother replyin n neglect em... the place is good to hang out... there is macloo`s bar..but closes at bout 11 in the night....due to the raids on rave partys in that area now there r not many partys happenin there..the police is always on the round... there r lot of foreigners... many of the hotels n coffee shops r owned by foreigners..

Anonymous said...

i have been there...the place is very expensive ... the biggest problem there is he tibetian people who have a lot of attitude... they entertain only foreigners... if indians talk to them they won`t even bother replyin n neglect em... the place is good to hang out... there is macloo`s bar..but closes at bout 11 in the night....due to the raids on rave partys in that area now there r not many partys happenin there..the police is always on the round... there r lot of foreigners... many of the hotels n coffee shops r owned by foreigners..