i never thank you enough for listening to me.
i never thank you enough for protecting me from the things i shouldn't do.
i never thank you enough for guiding me in the right direction.
i never thank you enough for putting up with my mood swings and arrogance.
i never thank you enough for without a doubt being there for me.
i never tell you enough how much i love you mum.
you mean the world to me, but i don't tell you enough.
but no matter what, i always will love you maa, no matter how much we argue, or how much you anger me, i'll love you till the day i die.. ❤❤😚😚
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When you zoomed into the valley with your digital eyes you found the consciousness inside you for the mountains and their myths!! I took this shot from the bottom of this peak!
There is a connection to mountains that many of us crave. We seek solace in their grandiose statures. We find stillness from our minds in the music that they play; in the stimulation that visually erupts from the vibrant juxtapositions of landscape, in the whooshing winds that kiss our faces, in the sun that peeks through trees and warms our skin; in the boulders that beg us to climb them with every might-driven power of our bodies; in the water that calls us with its glimmer; in the wildlife that teases us with its delicate dances in the distance; in the clean and crisp smells lingering in the air.
Unlike many of our day-to-day lives, we bow down as a means of expressing our humble appreciation for these Godlike behemoths. We take careful measures not to mock them and all that they behold.
Mountains provide us refuge from the damage we have done and continue to do to our built-up surroundings. It is home to so many creatures who show us how simple life can truly be. We create a new sense of self in the home of a mountain. We climb their natural stairs to conquer fear, to induce adrenaline, and moreover, to unite our worlds.
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Captured this picture while hiking the One of my favourite and most captivating place in uttrakhand~~ Nanda Devi Wildlife Sanctuary~~ The Nanda Devi National Park , established in 1982, is a national park situated around the peak of Nanda Devi (7816 m) in the state of Uttarakhand in northern India. The entire park lies at an elevation of more than 3,500 m (11,500 ft) above mean sea level.
The National Park was inscribed a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1988.The latter was expanded and renamed to Nanda Devi and Valley of Flowers National Parks in 2005.
Within the National Park lies the Nanda Devi Sanctuary, a glacial basin surrounded by a ring of peaks between 6,000 metres (19,700 ft) and 7,500 m (24,600 ft) high, and drained by the Rishi Ganga through the Rishi Ganga Gorge, a steep, almost impassable defile.
The National Park is embedded in the 2,236.74 km2 (863.61 sq mi) sized Nanda Devi Biosphere Reserve, which, in turn, is encompassed in the 5,148.57 km2(1,987.87 sq mi) buffer zone around the Nanda Devi and Valley of Flowers National Parks UNESCO site.
The park is the abode of some unique species that were once extinct. Black Bear, Himalayan Thar, Musk Deer, Kokla, and Red Fox are the endangered species that are spotted in Nanda Devi National Park.