Mrs Wordsmith pens down her account of how she fell in love with the peace and beauty of Rishikesh as she explored it, one nook at a time.
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A word of caution though, getting to Turtuk is not everyone’s cup of tea.
The Rann of Kutch had been on my bucket list ever since I saw visuals of Bollywood actor, Amitabh Bachchan, taking a walk on the pristine white bed of sand on a full moon night; his words, “Kutch nahi dekha toh kuch nahin dekha” stuck with me and I decided to take a trip to the colourful land of white sand beaches.
I left home with this on my wall, “Driving up, through the Prayags, nestling amidst the Himalayas, picturesque woods, silver streams…pines and deodars…alpine grasslands…meadows on slopes of snow covered peaks…roads encircling the Greater Himalayas…with the clouds left far below, my travels take me to KUMAON !!!” And I returned with this… Driving out of Rishikesh, watching a…