Monday, June 26, 2006

Been Tagged.. Yet Again

I have been tagged by Me, so here goes

1. Most desired celebrity

I have 3 that are equally desired, and so I decided to put all 3 of them in no particular order.
Catherine Keener



Julianne Moore



Julia Stiles



2. Want to do this someday.

Hang Gliding


3. Want to visit this place

Manasarovar Lake ..
The incredible journey into the heart of Tibet’s western region starts with a picturesque drive from Kathmandu to Nyalam, a quaint one street town on the border between Nepal and Tibet. The small Tibetan towns of Saga and Barayang serve as transit points before you head on to the beautiful Lake Manasarovar (4560m), the most venerated of Tibet’s many lakes. The Hindus consider a dip in the lake a holy act while the Buddhists circumambulate its circumference.



4. Random Favorite




5. I was tagged by Me

18 comments:

Aditi said...

Wow Mansarovar i would love to go there as well some day. You have to go through physical tests in delhi before you are allowed to make that journey (if i remember accurately)...I dont know about taking a dip in sub zero temps though

Blue Athena said...

The serenity, the crystal-clear water, and the surroundings connect you to the calm within... :)

Mansarovar is an awesome place for sure! There have also been some stories about stars falling into the lake and then going back to the sky again!

Mr. J said...

Pretty women there. ;)

karmic_jay said...

@Aditi.. I had heard that. It seems like a nice place to visit.

@Blue. You got that right. It seems like a magical place.

@Me.. Ye and they are smart and intelligent as well seals the deal for me.

Dadoji said...

Caption for #2 - I believe I can fly

karmic_jay said...

lol yep you got that right Dadoji!

M (tread softly upon) said...

You need to do physical tests before you can go to Mansarovar? Didn't know that. Hmmm...I would have liked to go.

Teri said...

me too on #3! I watched an amazing documentary about the place not too long ago, and I kept saying "I want to go there, I want to go there." Think I drove C. nuts.

Gangadhar said...

First time on ur blog,Sanjay..nice blog..
And it's glad to know about you...
Thanks for visiting my blog...
And yeah you can take that Chinese one...

best wishes
Gangadhar

opinionatedinjerzee said...

damn, i didnt realize you were already tagged for this!! oh well!! lol!

Dadoji said...

high altitude is not easy to live with - hence the tests.

karmic_jay said...

@Teri. :) I think *A* would be happy to note that I want to go there. But she might in her eminent wisdom say 'We'll see when you make plans".

@Gangadhar. Welcome and thanks.

@Opin.. Maybe tag me again for soemthing else. I am tagophilic. :)

karmic_jay said...

@Dadoji. Yep. We have family in Leh at 15000 feet. They adapted well, but they almost lost their dog cos poor thing kept running around as she does at sea level. They got her atttention just in time, she is getting better now though.

Mridula said...

That Mansarovar Lake piture looks mouth watering!

Viewer said...

am still stuck at ur shrimp recipie pictures.........awwww am hungry again looking at them :(

Viewer said...

post as many as u can so that post is pushed out of the page yaar

chandni said...

i've always wanted to visit mansarover as well! :)

White Magpie said...

Ah. Mansarovar Lake. That tops moi list. And better go before age betters me. Do you know the story about the swans at Mansarovar? When its freezing (as it is for the majority part), they fly towards the south. And when its spring time in Mansarovar, even the new born capable swan chicks automatically start flying towards Mansarovar. No direction needed. It's like an inbuilt guide within them.

They say time comes to a standstill in Mansarovar. Have to experience it once at least.