The Forest, the Flowers and the Canopy … Scenes from the Doon Valley!

An ideal weekend getaway from Delhi is Dehradun… although it ought to be acknowledged that what once used-to-be a quaint town built by the officers of the Raj is now a bustling capital of Uttarakhand.

Now, it seems somewhere between a populous chaotic city and an idyllic hill-station.

I managed to capture a few shots of some stray forest cover, and a few sights at the old Forest Research Institute. There is something about standing right under a canopy of tall forest cover … these pictures are a mere echo of what it feels like!

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About Chiteisri: The Gypsy Diaries

Its a Fair Warning to all =) While there may be some things about me that everyone knows ... There will always be something about me which nobody can or ever will, figure out! But for a typical introduction - I am a former Law student from India, who is a writer and traveler at heart. I am 27 and have been to 28 countries (and counting) and this blog is a humble attempt at taking a part of my life, experiences, holidays, learnings and dreams to another world of imagination in cyber-space. I know that the world has its fair share of problems, and there is plenty to despair about out there. But I truly believe that this world can be diverse, plural and inclusive and yet one entity - humanity. I am the Dreamer, a lost soul - slowly finding her way back home i.e. to herself! I write. I read. I paint. I dream. I learn. I listen. I empathize. I travel, and no matter who or what I become - these I shall always do!
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