Beautiful places always have beautiful people. That has always been my principle in perpetual wandering. When the nature outside is so beautiful, things inside usually are amazing too. So in my journey to Spiti , I collected some amazing pictures of the locals during their day to day activities, which surely will reflect how beautiful they are and also a little part of their daily life.
The women are beautiful in their features and mostly you find them tending to all domestic chores like shopping or daily activities, having their babies in back. Call them super moms.
The people are hospitable mostly like this lady from Tabo Monastery. They can tell you stories about their history and treat with tibetan butter milk. All you need to do it just open up.
Try to stay in the homestay in Spiti, you will find hospitable family as hosts and their young ones tending to your service. This brother and sister were amazing hosts for me.
The farm lands are green and the people working there are beautiful too. This man kept on providing me sweet peas to eat as I was clicking his pictures.
In general, if you have a Keen eye, everywhere in Spiti you can keep clicking beautiful pictures of the natives here. There gracious smiles adds up to the warmth and composition. This by far is my favourite picture of the lot!
Be it the young or the old, they always welcome you with a smile and greet you. Simple things , yet making a huge difference. Hence , Spiti apart from it's mind blowing landscape will always be one of the destination for me to go back to due to this beautiful smiling faces.
To Visit Spiti , Consult me soon and meet this people!
Note from the Author
" Travel made me rich and free. Magic and miracles are true , once you wander on the roads to places different and divine. Sharing with you all, those memories and stories , and wishing you all , that someday you guys travel far and wide too. I am not a great writer , so ignore my grammar and spellings, read it with feelings, and you might just be affected with the wanderlust to hit the road"