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We live in a world that requires us to use modern amenities to
make life easier. However, our modern lives keep us so busy that we
never have the chance to just shut our phones and discover the
We live in a world that requires us to use modern amenities to make life easier. However, our modern lives keep us so busy that we never have the chance to just shut our phones and discover the world around us. We don't get the chance to disconnect and be alone with our thoughts.
At the same time, the incessant mails from office and the stress that comes with keeping a social life alive, tires us. We're so stressed out and brain fried that we long for a vacation that will somehow give us an escape out of our modern lives.
If you happen to be looking for a great break to get your sanity back, consider this place which is closer to nature and very, very far away from modern life:
Pushkar Adventure Desert Camp, Pushkar
Pushkar Adventure Desert Camp is located in Rajasthan and known for its 'hippie' vibe, Pushkar is a very beautiful and charming place for a holiday. Arrange your stay at this luxury desert camp. You can opt for a camel, horse or jeep safari to discover the place, whatever you are comfortable with. Reserve an evening for the gala dinner where authentic Rajasthani food is served and you are entertained with folk music and dance.
Away from the hustle and bustle of the city, this place is perfect for a typically Rajasthani holiday.
1.The coldest temperature ever recorded on Earth was, -89.2
degrees Celsius, on July 21st at Antarcticas Vostok station.
2.The Dry Valleys of Antarctica are the driest areas on Earth,
1.The coldest temperature ever recorded on Earth was, -89.2 degrees Celsius, on July 21st at Antarcticas Vostok station.
2.The Dry Valleys of Antarctica are the driest areas on Earth, with low humidity and almost no snow or ice to cover.
3.It is one of the windiest continents. Winds can reach up to 200mph.
4.The ice sheet here is the largest single mass of ice on Earth.
5.Also, 99% of Antarctica is covered by ice.
6.It is home to about 70% of the planets fresh water, and 90% of the planets freshwater ice.
7.If the West Antarctic ice sheet melted entirely, it would raise global average sea levels by 16 feet, according to some estimates.
8.The average thickness of ice is about 1 mile or 1.6 kilometers.
9.Including its islands and attached floating plains of ice, Antarctica has an area of about 5.4 million square miles, about one-and-a-half times the size of the United States.
10.Amongst the largest of Antarcticas ice shelves is the Ross Ice Shelf, which measures some 197,000 square miles or 3.7 percent of total area of Antarctica.
Nestled in the Himalayas, between two of the most populated
countries in the world lies a country that houses some of the
happiest, content people in the world. You would think that to be
quite a f...
Nestled in the Himalayas, between two of the most populated countries in the world lies a country that houses some of the happiest, content people in the world. You would think that to be quite a feat going by the turbulent, unpredictable times we live in.
But Bhutan survives, nah thrives! The mountains are still as calm, the valleys are as peaceful, and the rivers in the forest just as pristine. And it makes for one helluva travel destination. In simplicity, the Bhutanese people have found the formula to keep life going at a happy pace, and they welcome us to see it and share it. And we are so friggin' close to the country anyway. And as an Indian, you don't need a visa to go to this beautiful country. And if these weren't reasons enough, we've got plenty!
Their men can dress in bright colors and there is no judgement thrown around. Gho is the national dress of Bhutan, and it comes with a huge pocket that you can practically carry anything in. I mean it. Anything! Bhutan's national parks, nature reserves and wildlife sanctuaries are protected areas and are all connected by biological corridors, which allows the wildlife to roam throughout the country. And Buddhism is the state religion of Bhutan.
Well, here's a path to the Truth & Contentment that's paved with beautiful scenery. Most of the country is covered in forests. And there is a provision in their Constitution that demands that percentage to remain a minimum of 60% at all times. Bhutan is not a very populated country. You know what that means: sweet isolation! The country is home to very happy, nice, and most importantly, very sweet people who will help you out no matter what and for no ulterior motives.
They lead a simple life. They don't care about TV, and radio, and the internet and what Kim Kardashian wore to that thing that time .which is why they are happier than you will ever be.
Bhutan's idea of development works on a model of how happy the citizens are. They measure it in terms of their Gross National Happiness, not Gross National Product. The country is carbon neutral, which means less pollution, which means clean fresh air that will make your lungs break into the Cham dance.
The rivers of Bhutan aren't just beautiful, they are powerful enough to create so much electricity that it can be exported to other nations. The Land of the Thunder Dragon is setting some serious goals for other nations, and is definitely a land we should all experience at least once in our lives.
During the 1950s and 1960s, Baptist minister Martin Luther King
Jr. rallied many to the cause of civil rights in America. A
passionate believer in non-violent protest, his most powerful
During the 1950s and 1960s, Baptist minister Martin Luther King Jr. rallied many to the cause of civil rights in America. A passionate believer in non-violent protest, his most powerful weapon was his words. King delivered some of the worlds most famous speeches that are still remembered and still relevant in todays world.