Hailing from the plains of Ahmedabad, Palak Gajrawala allured for the pinnacle of The Himalayas since eternity. Imagination is a knotty procedure, and Palak, the right brain adroit art composer, a devoted photographer and an avid dreamer was able to capture incognitable pictures during her Ladakh excursion.
Land of High Passes or Ladakh is the highest settlement in India. Horizons are a frequent sight on these winding roads and each one a treat to your eyes. Humble people with humanitarian thoughts has made this place more delightful as a tourist destination. The album reflects a merger of logical civilians and ontological natural sceneries. A place ideal to get exposed with spirituality, Ladakh has transformed many lives with its inexhaustible beauty. There are fables about people going as backpackers and returning back enlightened. What is more delightful than making someone feel life-sized about everything, well photographer Palak Gajrawala was able to flaunt it really well within this album. She made sure that within a single frame, spectators experience the imposing surreal magnificence of Ladakh
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