One thing I learned from the people living in mountains is that life isn't fair but it's still good, they live in some of the remotest places on earth, brave the harshest of climate yet remain the happiest and kindest of soul you will ever come across. You can always see a smile on their faces despite the hardships they face. Don't have the luxury of big fancy house or a vehicle neither own the latest gadgets that we often crave for yet lives a peaceful and content life. It makes me realize that life does not always have to be perfect to be wonderful. You can always try to enjoy the little things in life and be happy about it 🙂 .
Photo and Caption by @nsalkade (Nitesh Salkade)
The town of Kaza, Kaze or Kaja is the subdivisional headquarters of the remote Spiti Valley in the Lahaul and Spiti district of the state of Himachal Pradesh in the Western Himalayas of India. Spiti, which is a part of the Lahaul and Spiti district of Himachal, is a high altitude or cold desert having close similarities to the neighbouring Tibet and Ladakh regions in terms of terrain, climate and the Buddhist culture. Kaza, situated along the Spiti River at an elevation of 3,650 metres (11,980 ft) above mean sea level, is the largest township and commercial center of the valley.
Buddhism heavily influences the people of Kaza and they share many similarities with the people of Ladakh and Tibet. Their native language is the Tibetan dialect of ‘Bhoti’. The people are simple, peaceful and friendly, as our the monks at the monasteries, who are ever-willing to engage interested tourists with tales from history and lore, and discuss culture and religion. The Kaza locals are willing to go out of their way to help tourist despite the harsh lives they live.
Source of Description- yatra.con