Top 3 interesting places to smoke cigarettes

BY Prateek Saini

Photo by Ricardo Mancía on Unsplash

Smoking is one of the great pleasures one can truly get. So being an avid smoker myself, I truly wondered what are some of the best places where one must smoke, and these were a few places that I love to smoke the most. They might vary for different people but surely these are some of the best places that I like to smoke. Although I know smoking isn’t something that you could be proud of it’s, to be honest one of the best guilty pleasures that I do have. Although you can smoke almost everywhere restricting some places like a gas station.

Top three places to smoke according to me are:

1}Smoking in washroom

Typical toilet smoker
Smoking in the toilet is one of the best things that I can think of. Think about that harsh day in your office and you know you can’t handle these assholes. You know you want to grab a smoke or think about that early morning rise, and you know you are ready for a good cig. You bring down your toilet seat and that relaxation you get while smoking is one of the best that you could ever have. That feel enlightens you up and for a sec you are the master and the whole world is down.

2.Hill Station

So I always want to become a travel junkie but unfortunately, the way I was traveling didn’t allow me to become that until I met these Italians on my trek to kheer Ganga.I lend them water and in return, they offered me Fortuna, which is the best cig I had till now. After that heavy trek I sat over there looking all over the place enjoying and playing “ESTAS TONNE”, and I realized it was worth everything.

3.Smoking at home.

Now, this isn’t for those who are married and independent but for those who according to there parents are non-smokers but they like smoking. I was, unfortunately, one of them. I use to go to my roof terrace and then use those match sticks to light it up. I use to take those match sticks from prayer room and then lie down on floor and glare at whatever was available for me in the sky. Think about life, crush. I use to lay down so that none of my neighbors see me. Taking those puffs one by one and smoking them in the free sky still makes me feel good. For a moment when the smoke comes between you and the sky and slowly fades away makes you feel good.

Smoke at every single one of those places because of the values that smoking carries about the place. People need to stop defining smokers as outcasts as we are not. So the next time you smoke remember about this article.
Thank you.

Lai tylli ki jaka ba phi dei ban jngohkai ha Manali

Kawei na ki jaka ha Manali

Ka Manali ka dei kawei na ki jaka jngohkai ba pawnam ha ka ri India baroh kawei.Ka Manali ka don ha ka jylla Himachal Pradesh bad ka jngai kumba 240km na ka nongbah Shimla.
Ka Manali ka long kawei na ki jaka ba ki nongiaidkai na kylleng ka pyrthei ki sngewtynnad ban leitkai.
kumta ban poi sha Manali na Delhi ka long kume:

  1. Kaba nyngkong ka long da ka bus na ISBT ba la pynbeit da ka state transport bad kan poi kumba 1600 ne 2000 tyngka bad kan shimpor kumba 12 kynta.
    2.Kaba ar ka long da ka plane na New Delhi ha Bhuntur kaba jngai kumba 50km na Manali.
    3.Kaba lai ka long da kaba niah hih ka kali da kaba shimwai na ki dukan bad ka dor kan pher katkum ka kali ne ka sngi ba phin shim.

Lai tylli ki jaka ha Manali ba phim dei ban duh leit jngohkai ki long:
1.Solang Valleng
Kane ka long kawei na ki jaka ba itynnad bha ba phi lah ban jngoh kai bad ban leh ki sports bapher bapher.Nalor kata ruh ki don buhbah ki kam ba phi lah ban leh kum ka camping,paragliding ne skiing.

Camping ha Kasol

2.Rohtang Pass
Kane ka long ka pass ne ka jaka iaid lynti ban leit sha Lahaul bad Spiti Valley bad kawei na ki jaka ba itynnad bha ha Manali.Ka lynti sha kane ka jaka ka long kaba kham ma,hynrei phim dei ban duh leit pat.Kawei kaba phi dei ban kynmaw ka long ba phi dei ban shim shwa ka pass na ka sorkar,kaba phi lah ban apply ha ka website online.

Ki Sawdong sawkun ha Kasol

Kane ka long kawei na ki jaka ba pawnam bha ha Manali namar ka jingitynnad ki sawdong sawkun.La khot ia ka kasol kum ka Mini Israel namabar ka jindon ka jingngeit bad kolshor Jewsih ba khlain.Ka long ruh ka jaka pdeng ban leit sha kiwei pat ki jaka ba pawnam kum ka Tosh Valley,Kheerganga trek ,Grahan Village.

Ki jingmut ba dei ban buh haba leit Manali:

  1. Phi dei ban rah ki kamera babha namar ki jaka kin long kiba itynnad bha.
    2.Kynmaw ban don permit haba leit Rohtang Pass.
    3.Haba leit ha ka por tlang rah ki jaka bad ki nep kiba syaid namar ka hap thah bad ka khriat ha.
    4.Haba leit ha ka por Lyuir da book shwa ki jakasah namar ki lah ban dap kloi.

Discovering Meghalaya: A trip to the cleanest town in Asia

It was a bright sunny day and our destination for the day was Mawlynnong, a paradise among the beautiful land of the Khasi hills. This place has also earned the status as the ‘cleanest village in Asia’ in 2003 by Discover India Magazine. Mawlynnong is a village in the East Khasi Hills district of the Meghalaya state, India. It is located 90 km from Shillong, along with the India-Bangladesh border. Our journey to this beautiful place began at 9 am in the morning from Shillong.

So as we move to our destination, passing through magnificent and mesmerizing picturesque hills and scenic valleys and streams, one could easily fall in love with its beauty. After one hour of traveling, we pass through the most breathtaking views and places as we see the hills, plateaus and the striking valleys of the Ri Khasi reflecting upon the warmth of the mother earth.

A glimpse of the views around us

The picturesque valley is surrounded by undulating hills. Khasi Hills Then our journey continues until we reach a place known as Pynursla where we had a break and to our surprise, it was a local market day. So, we quickly  explored the market and bought some fresh seasonal fruit known as Sophie. 

Then we continued our journey, and after two hours we finally reached our destination, Mawlynnong. It was a scorching day, and every one of us was relieved that finally , we had reached our destination.

Jiengkiengri or Root bridge

As soon as we reached our destination, we could see the purity and serenity of the place and  one could also feel the dapperness of the place, and  it looks amazing and beautiful. Soon after that, we had a little break to relieved, and enjoyed the view mother nature had install for us and admiring the serene beauty of the place. Being in that place we also went and see the famous root bridge or the ‘Jingkiengjri’ as the Khasi said. This splendid root bridge is formed by the roots entwining with each other and this process takes years and years to developed but only  with the help of mother nature and the locals who had been training these roots for years and preserving them to progress and developed into their magnificent bridge .

After that tour, we went back to the village of Mawlynnong, where we had our lunch and we had to prepare for the next tour. The balancing rock is another exciting feature in the village. After that, we went for a sky view which is also near the village, where we have to climb a treehouse, and from there we could see the  neighboring Bangladesh. It was one of the most majestic views where we could see the plains of Bangladesh, and with it one could see the sky and it seems as the sky touched the land. As it was noontime, we could see the sun sets down, and kiss the earth one last time before it leaves for the night, a perfect ending to this exquisite and life-changing trip.

So our journey to this beautiful paradise ended as we boarded our cars, we feel at peace with ourselves, there was an atmosphere of tranquility in the car as if the world has stopped ,everyone refreshed and renewed spiritually and mentally. After spending almost a day in this holistic paradise and learning how to maintained and preserved our mother earth, so that our future generations can also experience and cherished such amazing splendor of mother nature and it’s a gift it has for us.

Thus our experience in this paradise was absolutely pleasant  and we would love to revisit this place again maybe in the near future or so. Thank you Mawlynnong, and in your footsteps, we must follow in whatever way we can as the saying goes: “Cleanliness is next to godliness.”