Earlier this month, a long standing communication was actualised. I travelled to villages around Mysore in Karnataka to witness the work that Srinivasan Services Trust (SST), CSR wing of TVS Motors, do. Since its inception in 1996, SST has grown into an independent arm with a vast team. They predominantly work in five states of south India and Himachal Pradesh. Their work has grown from two to 5000 villages. Around Mysore alone, they operate across 356 villages and counting.
On a bright summer morning, I ambitiously set out to hike Rochers-de-Naye, a part of the Swiss Alps, which overlooks Montreux and Lake Geneva. There are plenty of scenic hiking trails here and my plan was to walk from Jaman to summit. Once I alighted from my cogwheel ride at Jaman, I stopped to ask people if they could point me towards a practical hiking trail. Even though numerous routes were marked, they all seemed to confuse me.
Last month, I spent a good couple of weeks in Himachal Pradesh. On one of the mornings, we hiked up to an ancient temple called Giri Ganga and stopped by the neighbouring meadows for lunch. I was with my homestay’s host and a couple of his friends. The four of lunch sat on the open green fields, surrounded by tall deodar trees and hugged by gaugeable hills. The sight was breathtakingly beautiful. This frame was broken by a rhythmic stream and completed by a worn-down wooden hut.
@sid_travel@jetairways That's quite optimistic of you. Have they taken an initiative to fix it yet? I've had my things from check-in removed and coerced them to bring it back to me. Also, it was damaged.
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