Colour blast at Saat Taal #WordlessWednesday 28

Photographs of Saat Taal located near Nainital, Uttarakhand, India.

Nainital 1

Nainital

Nainital 2

Nainital 3

Nainital 4

Photographs from July 2019.

Linking this post with Wordless Wednesday hosted by Esha M Dutta and Natasha Sinha

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11 comments

  1. Anamika, I never knew that you were a time traveler who could go to future πŸ™‚ How come you clicked this image in July 2019. Saat taal reminds me of Mt. Abu.

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  2. Omg the lake looks sooo peaceful. It looks similar to the one in Ooty. So serene and beautiful. Would love to go boating here.

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  3. Aha! This reminded me of our trip to Nanital in 2008. We had gone with a 3-4 friends and one of them was scared of riding in these colorful boats! What a drama we created and finally she agreed and had so much fun too! πŸ˜€
    Nanital is a perfect touristy place and have heard that it is all the more beautiful during the winters!

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  4. Hi Anamika,

    Lovely to land up on your blog this Monday morning. It’s been a while, and I missed your posts.

    I’ve been to Sattal a few times. Lived in the Pantnagar University close by so trips to these hill stations were frequent.
    But I’m kind of biased towards the sea. Mountains make me sad, don’t know why? Probably it’s the misty weather and the eerie silence. πŸ™‚

    Have a wonderful week!

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  5. So lovely to see these serene pictures! They evoke a sense of calm in me and I recall our visit to this place in 2010 perhaps, when we had plans to spend a week or two in this region but had to cut short our visit as Arjyo had fallen ill and we were back after just 2 days! Would love to go there again sometime soon. Thanks for linking up with this for #WW.

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