March 10, was a rainy day at Shringi and my Nikon Coolpix 3200 allows me to make videos. This is the typical view from the window of the Vatika and I just loved the ice formation on the tin roof. But it would fall off after a while, whereas I wanted it to grow and grow and grow.
9 thoughts on “A Small Video from Shringi Vatika, Himachal Pradesh”
Dear Mridula,Love the video. Now you can add them to your stories.Best wishes,steve h
Loved the video. I could have stayed at such a place forever.
Nice video. Loved the ice formation. I could admire this scene for whole life. Life on mountains is very difficult compared to the plains, the slippery steps, muddy terrains.. yet it is so quiet, serene and beautiful.
I miss the hills! beautiful video!
Steve, thanks a lot for the encouragement. When the idea occurred to me that I can make videos and share it, I was not sure how it would go down here.Pooja, I know the feeling.Cuckoo, I entirely agree with your observation.Dhiren, thanks for the comment. So when are you heading for the hills next?
Hi MrudulaI am Dushyant from Himvani.com. It is a Voice of Himachal (VOH) initiative – a sincere effort to generate public awareness and responsiveness towards sustainable living in the state of Himachal Pradesh in India.We are constantly on a look out for writers who can write about Himachal on various issues, contexts and ideas. We have a travelogue section in our site and we would like you to write for that space. It would be great to have your writings about your experiences in Himachal published on our site. We do look forward to hearing from you and we hope that the Himachal experience can be spread around the globe.Regards,Dushyante-mail me @: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dushyant, thanks a lot for your comment. I have written you a mail.
Thanks for your useful post. I am from ahmedabad – Gujarat and will visit shoja in next week. I want to know about fascilities in shringi vatika.
a. Car Parking
b. Rooms cleaningness.
c. attach baths with hot water.
Please reply me because I will visit with my family.
Thanks & regards
Shringi Vatika would have some car parking space so that should not be a trouble, the place is clean but hot water at least when I visited was available by the bucket from the central bathroom at the same floor. I would still say give the place a try. The food is very good.