Zindagi Express is an Express train that will take you to the journey of my life by listing various travelogues, experiences, fictional autobiographical stories, dreams, fantasies, unspoken things, lessons learned both from life and books, things unsaid blended with sarcasm and mockery.
The word 'Express' in the title expresses my love for traveling particularly in Indian Railways. So, What are you waiting for? Board the train and gear up yourself for fun.
Naini Lake captured from Naina/China Peak - Nainital
“Those who contemplate the beauty of the earth find reserves of
strength that will endure as long as life lasts. There is something infinitely
healing in the repeated refrains of nature -- the assurance that dawn comes
after night, and spring after winter.”
― Rachel Carson,
China Peak is the highest peak of the
Nainital and offers marvellous Bird’s eye view of the town, Nainital Lake and majestic
snow clad Himalayas. This place is not visited by most of the tourists owing to
its strenuous climb. But this back breaking track is nothing compared to the
Landscapes it offers at the top. The track is quite steep at some places.
Nature can’t be felt more anywhere else. This journey to top in solitude is
actually the journey within. I will strongly recommend this place. As far as I
remember, there are no horses and ponies on this route or may be due to the
fact that we have visited it in off-season.
Beautiful View of Nanital Lake
This trip is really memorable for me. I
climbed this beautiful track with injury in my left heel which happened last
night in Nainital only because of some adventure activities. It was tough for me but due to support of my friends,
i somehow managed. Next day, when we reached Lucknow, I went to Doctor and came
to know that it was fracture.
Even to this day, it remains mystery for me
and everyone that how I managed the climb with fracture in left heel. May be
the nature and views helped me to forgot about my pain.