BIR , A Tibetan Settlement in Himachal

                                                                          A ride to billing Himachal
                                                                                 A ride to billing Himachal
                                                                               A ride to billing Himachal
                                                                             A ride to billing Himachal
                                                                         Ride to billing BIR ,A Tibetan Settlement
Our beautiful retreat was in the middle of that charming Tibetan village BIR just beside beautiful tea-garden. The resort "Nimlang Himal" consists of small cottages with greenery all around ,tiny birds were breaking the state of tranquility by chirping in a while. They don't open their restaurant before 10 am , so you can't expect a hot bed tea there.That day evening tea was at Landing Point , the best place of the town to spend some "ME" time with nature. Drastically the weather became chilled and gentle wind were greeted with cheers from Dhauldhar Range which was showing us it's partial beauty from that tea-stall.For a second the whole world turned white to me . Soon the view disappeared as the sun went down.It was clear by that time that we are coming for the morning tea next day.
As promised to the beautiful mountains i was sipping the morning tea at landing point tea-stall next day Morning. I had been taken to a different world by mother nature. Lovely sight it was.Beyond all other trees the wheat plant crops bend's to the wind's desire dancing on a rhythm.
By 11 am i was at Billing completing a ride of 14 km in Ghat section. Mesmerizing landscape views getting even more better as we climb up from BIR. As I reached there Tibetan school children were packing their stuff to get back to town, they spent their night in tent houses on the hill top.
There is only one shop at billing top where you can have tea , the same guy who provided tents with lunch and diner as a full package to those school children.After a cup of tea we decided to have lunch there and very soon the guy started his fresh preparation . That shop was very old and the guy who himself  is a para-glider has many interesting story about the place to share. After lunch I returned back to BIR and started exploring Tibetan Monasteries near by. There are few monasteries in the town itself where as few are around 4 km away from landing point. We drove to Palpung Main Monastrey school and then "Sherap Monastery" ,the university where around thousand monks are enrolled.Next day early morning I started our return journey to Delhi via Chandigarh.
                                                                                        By Sai Priya

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