A Happy Gentleman from Himalayan State of India || Folks of Himachal Pradesh

This photograph was clicked last year in winters while I was in a small village of Himachal Pradesh. He was probably oldest person of village called Sarahan in Kullu District. He is still very active at this age and regularly visit his agricultural land near his village. Daily he brings wood or grass while coming back home. I loved the smile when I was clicking this photograph. Simplicity of life in Himalayas is unmatchable. People in hills have enough for their livings and they are quite happy with it, which is the key.

This photograph was clicked few years back in winters when I was in a small village of Himachal Pradesh. He was probably oldest person of village called Sarahan in Kullu District. He is still very active at this age and regularly visit his agricultural land near his village. Daily he brings wood or grass while coming back home. I loved the smile when I was clicking this photograph. Simplicity of life in Himalayas is unmatchable. People in hills have enough for their livings and they are quite happy with it, which is the key.

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