Come for a walk with me, in hills.

Namaskar readers! Let me take you for a walk today with me..

I love walking and if it’s hills where I reside its like cherry on top of my walk. The lush green mountains, the green tea gardens, the pure oxygen, do I say more. Oh yes, the sounds in my ears are a bliss. Well, how so let’s move out for a walk and refresh your all 5 senses which for sure will sing the relaxing song once you are done.

Can you see that mountain yes we plan to go there today so you can have a look at sunset too. It’s 5 pm soon it will be sunset so let’s start. It’s 5 how I know, well the sweet sound of church bells always let me move on time, they are the melodious ton ton jingling sounds.

As the sun rises from early morning I get to hear sweet chiming bells from churches around my house, along with cock-a-doodle-do and clucking voices.

Hey can you hear that sparrow chirping? Arey it’s there breakfast time, I feed them millet and rice so they can come and feed my ears with there lovely chirping sound.


So these are my regular morning guests who twitter, chirp, cheep, coo’s, squawk,  and call daily in a way to greet me. Okay so lets move out of house.

We are today going to follow this path. When I cross the lovely trees on both sides I’m gripped in psithurism.
20180428_182149.pngYou are going to be mesmerized by the touch of and feel of nature around this place. I feel that Sun-Sky-Soil all breathe in ample and I get such blissful views with nature’s sound that it’s like diving deep inside nature. Can you hear the sound of silence, of serenity, of calm. Yes they have a special sounds one can hear from soul.

Hey did you hear that? No, hey It’s there see in the direction of sound, yes on the tree top, listen carefully to those pretty squirrels chattering. You might hear an alarm call, raised because of the presence of an intruder — which is you. So be calm, and move slowly without disturbing them.

So here we come to the special spot of my walking trail. Close your eyes and tell me what you hear. Listen to the babbles, ripples, and trickles. Yes it’s the most relaxing sound for me and I can spend hours seeing and listening to this nature’s bountiful magic.

This sound plays magic on me and has helped me find solutions to many of my problems whenever I get to sit and soak myself in this sound of flowing water.

No music can match this effect. Although in hills there are no big rivers, or oceans or seas but such small streams also serve the purpose and they too do there duty and role in nature’s abundance along with rustling sounds of leaves, mixed with purling sound of stream on small rocks/ hills.

Have you noticed the bubbling sound when you throw the pebble in water… “dubuk”

Soon it will be time for these flying beauties to go back to there abode and so for us too. See that flying bird, in this calming silence one can listen to the fluttering sound too.

The purring sound, barking sound, and even the baaing and bleating sounds en-route seem as if they are all greeting us, talking with us, interacting with us.

Can even hear the gossiping of ladies at the street corner. Some grunting is even heard near the bushes. And how can i miss the mooing of my milk buddy, ah, I mean the Holstein amazing milk producer in our area.

In hills the wind sighs, whispers, whistles, howls as they blow in different frequencies and levels. They are cool here and before the chilly wind starts to blow lets reach back home.

Feeling refreshed it’s time to hear the sounds of my candies I mean my kiddos who are eagerly waiting for the evening milk and cookie. So it’s time for steaming and pouring of milk and also the sound of sizzling hot cuppa of ginger tea the perfect mate in these winters. And here I reach home to listen to sweet mew mew sounds of new born kittens in backyard. And here comes the vrooooom sound of the Bullet which is back to house after a long ride with my boy. Reaching home to sounds of your favourite music played inside is returning to heaven feel. “Ye haseen vadiyaa – “ये हसीं वादियां, ये खुला आसमां आ गये हम कहाँ ऐ मेरे साजना इन बहारों में दिल की कली खिल गयी मुझको तुम जो मिले हर खुशी मिल गयी”


Getting soaked in this beautiful, bountiful nature, the magic played by the blues of skies, the greens of trees, shrubs, herbs, etc. The magical sounds that can never irritate you but can only give calmness, peace and tranquility sounds. I am lucky to get soaked in this daily. I try to breathe in the fresh air deep within my lungs so it stays with me forever. My morning walks, my evening jogs, my yoga sessions all have helped me get closer to these beautiful Nilgiri hills. Balancing my panchtatwa’s and staying in connect with them I’m influenced, impressed, soaked in them.  


This post is a part of Write Over the Weekend, an initiative for Indian Bloggers by BlogAdda.’


Linking with #Wordless Wednesday
Linking with #Friday Reflections



  1. First of all – I really liked the concept of your blog inspired by ‘Panch Bhoot’
    Second – I enjoyed vivid description of each sound and the accompanying photos. Also very apt use of the word – Psithurism
    Great read…kudos

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    1. Thanks a lot for reading and appreciating, Thanks for liking the panchtatwa of my blogazine. And loads of thanks for loving the post. Thank u thank u thank u.


  2. Beautiful post and beautiful pictures. I envy you. You walk in lush green, inhale crisp air, and see stimulating vistas. Great!

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    1. Thanks for reading and appreciating, Yes these hills are serene, green and extremely beautiful. I feel myself lucky to be here.


  3. Thanks Pragun, for takin us along with nature walk, which was wondrous to say the least.

    Thank you for linking up with #WW.

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  4. Loved how you have brought all this sounds alive. Most of them are a part of our daily lives and we get so habitual to them that we forget to appreciate them. Thanks for making me remember them. #readbypreetispanorama

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  5. What a beautiful post this is, Pragun. I can so relate to each and every word because I reside in a valley too. 🙂 Loved taking this pleasant and serene walk with you!

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  6. Loved going on this walk with you, Pragun. Thanks for sharing these amazing sights with us. Especially loved the pic of those kittens 🙂
    And thank you for stopping by at my blog.

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  7. Oh forgot to mention, you can add your wordpress links to your blogger profile. I found it difficult to trace you back to your blog through your blogger profile.

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  8. I can feel the nature around me right here. Simply loved the concept of expressing the nature with the simultaneous pics as if the reader is going for a nature’s ride along with the writer.

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