“I feel drawn to little temples on lonely hilltops. With the mist swirling around them, and the wind humming in the stunted pines, they absorb some of the magic and mystery of their surroundings and transmit it to the questing pilgrim.”― Ruskin Bond, Landour Days: A Writer’s Journal A little temple which signals about the Witch’s Hills...
Author: Fourbanyans (Four Banyans)
If you happen to visit the capital around the festival of Holi, you can be witness to one of the popular events of North India, known as Jhanda Mela. Held in the memory of Shri Guru Ram Rai ji
Maldevta is situated at a distance of 22 kms from ISBT Dehradun, near the Raipur area. You can reach this place via city buses, tempos or even your private vehicles
If winter comes, can snowfall be far behind?
New year bonanza might be over, but winter carnival has just begun in the Himalayan belt, and what better time to visit Mussoorie-Dhanaulti than now?
Whether you want to grace the fresh snow from the cozy comforts of your hotel sipping coffee, or go outside and create your own snowman, there's only one thing you need to do; pull up your (warm) socks and head north! The hilly towns of Mussoorie and Dhanaulti are waiting for you :)
1 wedding, 2 parties, 100+ guests and their infinite trust placed on us to organize the wedding.
We recently had the lovely opportunity to welcome students of Summer Valley, Dehradun, in our courtyards for a lunch session
Dehradun as a city is a melting pot for cuisines. It is a confluence of varied cultures and hence the taste-buds keep rolling for more options.
From street food to fine dining, Dehradun has it all. And as a food lover, one keeps jumping. A food-lover can never be a loyal because of the urge to explore and find better options
The season is right here. People are not only busy in Diwali preps but also all caught up with weddings. I think, just by looking around, one can feel the hustle in the air. Every second person has a wedding to attend in the coming months-that means it is indeed - ‘ Shaadi time’.
Yoga simply means doing away with the fluctuations of the mind.
But removing these fluctuations is an idea much deeper than a common man’s understanding, especially the ones who are lost in the noise of development. In the Ashtanga school of yoga, the journey to enlightenment starts from the physical body and then gradually transforms the subtle body within us. Therefore to start any form of yoga, it is extremely important to consider the physical aspects first.