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Buddhist beliefs to a successful travel

On top of one of the world’s highest motorable road called Changla Pass in Leh Ladakh. They say the more often the buddhist flags are blown by the wind, the more there are gushes of positive energy and tranquility in the surrounding. The prayers in the flag is meant to purify the air promoting strength and wisdom. The temple bells singing, as if chanting prayers, the colorful flags standing on the snow, none missing truly completes the picture.


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I'am a traveler with the thrive to explore and discover the existence. Bought up in the land of shawarma's and shisha - Dubai, but with Indian roots have entrenched me to share tales from the best of both worlds. I'm a blogger and a travel illustrator. To me, Travel has been a tremendous inspiration to my daily affairs, In fact it's a hope that the universe has way too many things to offer than the minute things that we run behind. The faith of self - discovery motivates me to get through a rough day.



3 thoughts on “Buddhist beliefs to a successful travel

  1. Profile photo of Derek DarkeDerek Darke

    This brings back wonderful memories of Ladakh. One of my favourite areas of Indian. The flags always remind me of the humanity in these beautiful but bleak surroundings.

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