Walking around the beautiful island of Burano, Italy. Every building on the island is painted a different colour. Every corner has another surprise 😍✨
This year is almost coming to an end and I can't believe how quickly the entire has passed us yet again.
I am not a big believer of making New Year resolutions because I don't think we need New Year to start making changes in our life but this year, I am thinking of making a few resolutions and keeping them hear round.
My first New Year resolution for the coming year is to stop being afraid. What is your New Year resolution this time?
One of the highest inhabited villages of the world ~ Kibber, Spiti
Clicked during our Snow Leopard Expedition 2016-17
OLD NEPALI WOMEN PREPAIRING RAKSHI
RAKSHI is a traditional distilled alcoholic beverage of Nepali people. It is usually made at home.
Raksi is usually made from kodo millet (kodo) or rice; different grains produce different flavors. It is a strong drink, clear like vodka or gin, tasting somewhat like Japanese sake.
In the CNN's list of World's 50 most delicious drinks, it was ranked 41st and was described as "Made from millet or rice, Raksi is strong on the nose and sends a burning sensation straight down your throat that resolves itself into a surprisingly smooth, velvety sensation. Nepalese drink this home brew to celebrate festivals, though some think that the prized drink itself is the reason to celebrate." Because of its popularity, there exist various temperance movements in Nepal, including various women's groups. Raksi, however, remains an important requirement of various religious rituals and social events, due in part perhaps to its antiseptic properties.
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