Reaching Mother Kali’s abode in Chail was an experience earlier this month. She, the mother is regarded as the deity of time and change. And change was ongoing with the ones I was travelling with. My friend Pluto, with whom I had walked for days to find the Brahma Kamal in the Pandava Mountains last year. And his two beautiful mountain dogs Bhalu- the bear and Munkey were leaving the mountains where they had grown old with and lived all their lives. We four were on the road for five long days. But this story of those days needs rare care and more; more than I can give it now. And from here it must be kept for another rainy day.
When the migration ended. Pluto and I decided to spend our last day here. Walking for an hour or more admiring, gaping but reflecting what was there and all around us.
Chail at an altitude of 2,250 meters is at a higher altitude than Shimla which is 2,213 meters above sea level. Shimla and Kasauli can be seen from Chail. Kali ka Tibba Temple is an ideal destination for those who are looking for a secluded destination away from tourist crowds. The best time to visit this place is when we were called. In the monsoons between August and November. Calling is important, as the thick forest cover around the temple can fill ones heart with chlorophyll itself.
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If today is the first time you have arrived on The Road to Nara, you are heartily welcome ~ Namaste
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I will take this opportunity to introduce you to About me and importantly;
As a co-traveller, my Ten Lessons from several years on the road, before you coarse on your own Road to Nara.
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Also, You will be to know about My Little School Project. If you wish to come over for a visit someday, that you must, you will be heartily welcome here
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