Whenever I travel to a place (which is not very often) I love to capture the streets, the people and the vibe of the place through my lens, mostly as postcards for myself so that I get to relive those memories. You already know this if you have read my post about the colourful Tosh Village, where I tried to capture the essence of the village through my camera.
I went to Mcleodganj in March for my birthday and I haven’t written half the posts about my trip, but I did write a post on the best cafes to eat in at Mcleodganj previously, and I also did a vlog on my YouTube channel. I feel like since I have started posting regularly on my YouTube channel, I am not being able to keep up with one post per week schedule on my blog, I feel like it is becoming difficult to strike a balance and then I also feel lazy about writing the posts. But that’s going to change now because I love writing here and I realise that every time I write a post!
I clicked this picture because of the colors. See how striking the blue house looks against the blue of the sky and the colorful prayer flags add a pop of colour.
Pictures of random things that caught my eye during the trek, the bright yellow wild flower and small cafe called Cafe By Mistake!
The temple market of Mcleodganj has an array of small colourful shops selling a variety souvenirs, my favourite was the small prayer wheels and I regret not buying them.
The McLeodganj Market has an array of colorful handicrafts and textiles. Embroidered kullu caps, small embroidered elephants, jewellery, bags, jackets, boots, souviners, the market did a overwhelm me.
The hand-painted buddhist style Thangka paintings displayed at an art gallery in the main market. These paintings are so detailed and intricate and have an abundance use of gold colour.
The small colorful shops infringe the cobbled lanes of Mcleodganj Market on both sides selling exquisite handicrafts and delicious hot food.
Stolen moments : Tourists buying souvenirs at random little shops that flank the market, to take those memories back in the form of souvenirs to their homes as a reminder of the place that they visited.
Each stroll at the market started and ended with having these hot steaming momos.
I hope you enjoyed the visual journey to the Mcleodganj Market. This is definitely the kind of post that makes you happy while writing it.
Until Next Time
Also read : The colorful village of Tosh in Parvati Valley