Trip to Shiva Temple Baijnath




Hi Friends,

Today I am going to discuss about a great peaceful trip from Delhi to Shiva Temple (Baijnath, Himachal Pardesh).

In the November I have to visit my native town for my sister's marriage, so I started my journey from Delhi's “Mahrana Pratap Inter State Bus Terminal". It's about 9 of the night and I got a ticket for the bus of “Baijnath". I Boarded the bus and set my luggage in the bus and the bus started from Delhi at 9.30 PM.

The night journey is not having any fun even boring due to the traffic jam at Delhi by pass. At 11 pm the bus stopped at a small bus stand for the dinner or refreshment for 20 minutes and after sharp 20 minutes the bus started. After some time I slept.

I was wake up at 4 am in the morning, the snow covered hills welcome me. It's so fresh, calm and cool, amazing! Around 11.30 am I reached at Baijnath bus stop. From here I have to pick a bus for “Chadhiar" to reach my Village “Bhullana", before this I decide to visit the temple, it is very near to the Baijnath bust stand, so I started to walk that side.

A large numbers of peoples and monkeys are creating the scene very live and energetic and the fresh breath of hills making it more interesting. I spend a very short period but it makes the life time memories in my mind.

After that I took a bus of my village Bhullana and started my journey to reach my home and meet my family as soon as possible.

“Memorable trip I have had"


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