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Uttarakhand`s Chamoli is covered with a blanket of Snow, Pictures surfaced.
Distressed and depressed are all our lives but hope is what we all need to keep enlightened. And a journey might help in mood swinging. Uttarakhand`s Chamoli is a very well-known place to visit and is added to many of our dream lists. Chamoli is a beautiful town nestled in the Garhwal Himalayas of Uttarakhand and the silence, peace, calm, clear sky turns it more romanticizing and loving.
Although our Country India has many other likely places and hills Chamoli is one such place where eye-captivating natural beauty along with spiritual peace. And talking about this beautiful place now has a reason behind it.
No douth the summer is yet alive and no signs of sinking. The high temperature in the plains is turning people upset as traveling now is also risky. Whereas Uttarakhand`s Chamoli is loathed with a blanket of snow. The snowfall in this month of June is a hope for good in the future and a relief for the people.
The month with welcoming Monsoon has led to heavy snowfall in the Higher Himalayan region, and pictures of the place are really soothing.
The Green is Covered with heavy layers of snow as if like the Vanilla Icecream over Chocolate brownie. The scene is so beautiful that resisting a visit is near to impossible. The nearby villages are also to be visited with small huts and houses to stay and have regional food.
When deciding a travel place Uttarakhand`s Chamoli is on the maximum list and one will surely not regret the tour. The heavy snow in the month of June is the symbol of nature is at peace and at the urge of development. Uttarakhand holds many hill places like Mussoorie, Rishikesh, Nainital, Mukteshwar, etc. One can also touch any of the nearby places and explore the tour of Uttarakhand.
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