@ Chakraproject 2016
Finally we are at the end of 2018, and about to welcome 2019.
Taking yoga and combining it with trekking makes us appreciate the inner and outer beauty simultaneously. The large open spaces subtly expands our concisouness to a new level. Its quite a exhilarting feeling to open your eyes from a deep meditation and feel one with the nature around you. You feel joy and harmony in actual physical experience.
The fort is quite ancient. Remnants of Microlithic man have been discovered here. The various Puranas (ancient scriptures) like Matsyapurana, Agnipurana and Skandapurana include many references about Harishchandragad. Its origin is said to have been in the 6th century, during the rule of Kalachuri dynasty. The citadel was built during this era. The various caves probably have been carved out in the 11th century. In these caves are idols of Lord Vishnu. Though the cliffs are named Taramati and Rohidas, they are not related to Ayodhya. Great sage Changdev (one who created the epic Tatvasaar), used to meditate here in the 14th century.
31 december 2018