Last week we are back from India after a 10 days visit to the Eastern Himalayas(West Bengal n Sikkim). No doubt about those spellbinding mountains with snow-peaks. But did it make any change to my life or my friends? For those days, they were very charming though a little bit cold.
Mirik the wonderful lake, with astonishing reflections of Kanchendzongha on it, then Darjeeling(Queen of hills) blessed with the awesome view of the world's 3rd highest peak all day long, Kalimpong the most beautiful city in that area in beauty of nature and people with mighty Teesta blowing beneath, Gangtok and the rest of the Sikkim with the wonders of Himalays, sacred and restricted place with a huge vertical strive[can not forget those snowy places, the frozen lake, etc], and lastly the best of west bengal "Sandakphu-valley of poisonous plants", heavenly view of Everest(1st-8,848m), Kanchendzongha(3rd-8,586m), Lhotse(4th-8,516m), Makalu(5th-8,485m) together. The afternoon we reached Sandakphu we startled and miss-identified Everest number of times, but when confirmed the feelings was awesome. In the first day at Darjeeling we had no views of the golden ridge. But the next morning the surprisal was to the full of extent at the falling rays of sun on the great "Kanchendzongha". We loved almost everything. Even we loved coming back to Bangladesh with delighted mind.
Now we question ourselves, what change did those 10 days make in our life? Still to find an answer, still a lots of things unanswered...
N.B. The first rays on Kanchendzongha...(Not a quality picture though)