Thursday, September 5, 2013

Kasauli,Himachal Pradesh

Our journey to the abode of the snow was originated from Kasauli..It is a small yet beautiful hill station near Chandigarh city..Having our relatives there helped us to plan the further..It is located at an altitude of 1950 meters above sea level.. It has few tourist attractions like Sanawar, Dharmpur, Monkey Point, Sabathu, Dagshai..Among all the must see tourist places in Kasauli,Monkey Point is one of the highest points in the hill station that endows with the panoramic view of distant plains of Chandigarh and River Sutlej...Between July and August the climate is really fantastic,we surely feel like we are in the clouds...The plains in night will make you feel as if you are above the sky and stars are on earth.
Here you can see few pics..:-)
Chandigarh railway station

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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56 comments:

తృష్ణ said...

one word..beautiful!!

Panchali said...

Wow! Beautifully captured, nagini! I have been to Kasauli...the pines and cicadas beckon:)
Very beautiful blog!

GranTurismo Driver said...

Nice post, great blog, following :)

Good Luck :)

A Homemaker's Utopia said...

@ Trushna garu,
Thank you so much Trushna Ji..:-)

A Homemaker's Utopia said...

@ Panchali Jee,
Thanks a ton Panchali Ji..:-)

A Homemaker's Utopia said...

@ GranTurismo Driver,
Welcome to my blog..Thanks a lot..:-)

Neha Sharma said...

One word .. M enchanted...

I loved the picture 9. With such an ease you have captured the beautiful color changing sky!

It looks like a beautiful painting of GOD!

Wah!

A Homemaker's Utopia said...

@ Neha Sharma,
""It looks like a beautiful painting of GOD!""
True.Loved those words..:-)Thank you so much for your lovely comment..:-)

Neha Sharma said...

You deserve every bit of the appreciation!

Ranjana's craft blog said...

Good captures

readersheaven.org said...

This makes me feel like i am in that moment ! nice perspectives !

మధురవాణి said...

Beautiful snaps!

A Homemaker's Utopia said...

@ Neha,
Thank you so much for your kind words Neha..:-)

A Homemaker's Utopia said...

@ Ranjana,
Thank you so much Ranjana..:-)

A Homemaker's Utopia said...

@ Readersheaven.org,
Thank you so much for stopping by..:-)

A Homemaker's Utopia said...

@ Madhuravani,
Madhura garu,Thank you so much andee..:-) Happy to hear from you..:-)

OurJaipur.Com said...

Lovely Post, Beautiful Pics. . . :)

magiceye said...

That was a lovely photo essay!!

జ్యోతిర్మయి said...

Your Blog is one of my favourites Nagini garu.

A Homemaker's Utopia said...

@ Ourjaipur.com,
Thank you so much..:-)

A Homemaker's Utopia said...

@ Magiceye,
Thanks a lot Deepak..:-)

A Homemaker's Utopia said...

@ Jyothirmayi,
జ్యోతి గారు మీ కామెంట్ ఎప్పుడూ నాకు చాలా సంతోషాన్ని ఇస్తుంది..మీ ప్రోత్సాహానికి చాలా థాంక్స్ అండీ :-)

Shreya Sikder said...

spectacular shots..i hvnt been 2 many places, bt really wsh 2 visit himachal.. :)

Paresh Kale said...

Great collection :-)

Athenas Take said...

I have found the name of your blog very interesting and wholesome. Loved this post, the pictures were great and glad to see that Kasauli has not yet lost its natural beauty like many other tourist destinations.

A Homemaker's Utopia said...

@ Shreya Sikder,
Thank you so much Shreya..:-)

A Homemaker's Utopia said...

@ Paresh Kale,
Thank you so much Paresh..:-)

A Homemaker's Utopia said...

@ Athenas Take,
Thank you so much for your appreciation..:-)

Haddock said...

Some nice pics here. Like that detailed view of the tree.

Arti said...

Beautifully captured pics! Very serene and with a sense of laidbackness :)

A Homemaker's Utopia said...

@ Haddock,
Thank you so much for dropping by..:-)

A Homemaker's Utopia said...

@ Arti,
Thanks a lot Arti.:-)Nice to hear from you after a long time dear..:-)

Jeena R Papaadi said...

Beautiful pictures!

Ankur Anand said...

wow .. beautiful captures !

Arish Dhawan said...

such an overwhelming collection of blowups.. gr8 gr8 gr8

Pradyumna Ray said...

Yes.. the place is really beautiful.. I always wanted to stay at a place like that.. :)

A Homemaker's Utopia said...

@ Jeena R Papaadi,
Thank you so much for the visit and comment..:-)

A Homemaker's Utopia said...

@ Ankur Anand,
Thank you so much Ankur..:-)

A Homemaker's Utopia said...

@ Arish Dhawan,
Thank you so much for the appreciation..:-) Glad you liked it..:-)

A Homemaker's Utopia said...

@ Pradyumna Ray,
Yeah it's a must visit place..Thank you so much Pradyumna.:-)

Ramakrishnan Ramanathan said...

Lovely picture. Colorful captivating and charming

Ramakant Pradhan said...

Lots of lovely pictures from a beautiful place. Well done!

A Homemaker's Utopia said...

@ Ramakrishnan Ramanathan,
Thank you so much for your precious comments..:-)

A Homemaker's Utopia said...

@ Ramakanth Pradhan,
Glad to have your presence here Rama..:-)Thanks..:-)

My Unfinished Life said...

I went to kasauli sometime in 2007 in the winters as part of office trip and totally loved it!!!

ur pics brought back lovely memories!!!

nice images!!

http://www.myunfinishedlife.com

Pradip Biswas said...

It brought to me the sweet memories of Kasauli.

Pradip Biswas said...

It brought me back my niced ays at Kasauli.

A Homemaker's Utopia said...

@ My unfinished life,
Thank you so much for your lovely comments..:-)

A Homemaker's Utopia said...

@ Pradip Biswas,
Thank you so much for dropping by..:-)

Nikhil Chandra said...

Very beautiful pics! A place I'd love to go. Thanks for sharing :-)

Rohan Moorthy said...

Lovely set of photographs! :-)

Blasphemous Aesthete said...

Nice pics!
Kasauli is indeed a beautiful place, though belonging to Shimla, I haven't had the chance to visit Kasauli more than once.

Cheers,
Blasphemous Aesthete

A Homemaker's Utopia said...

@ Nikhil Chandra,
@ Rohan Murthy, @
@ Blasphemous Aesthete,

Thank you so much for your valuable comments :)

Unknown said...

Wonderful pics Nagini gaaru.Radhika(nani)

A Homemaker's Utopia said...

Radhika garu,
Thank you so much andee :-)

Restaurant near Kasauli said...

I love kasauli hills. I have spent most of my time over there. I would like to walk in mountains, specially near railway track. I love toy train. I love to ride my bike in kasauli, it prevents me from traffic also. Now a days there is so much family's visiting over there and because of this, there are so many cars and it causing so much traffic, which is so annoying. But whenever i visit in kasauli, i feel fresh every time. It gives so much peace inside my body.