They come abegging like rushes from the sky….
Carrying my messages of bold-fear
The skies wreck havoc …
All to say that you are coming home …
I never had dreamt my love to be as deep as the farthest reins of thousand horses …
I fell in love once again with Temi Bunglow as Testimony to this sigh.
The Beautiful moon lit night at Temi Bunglow did evoke emotions which defied words.
The sky was utter cerulean adorned with stars and from time to time the misty clouds were kissing the moon playing hide and seek.
The sense of disbelief as to how nature could be so much in its beauteous best did turn the evening into a long night of friendship bonding and fun banters that renounced life”s imprisonments.
“Laughing with moon mother,
Were we mingling with constellations or
Surely we were dreaming.
“The stars in the sky
Nature fireworks set to fly
The groups there bearing high
Amazing & absolute in the happiness that flowed “.
While the lookout deck at Temi necked itself into the hollows of the mountains below – the Bunglow stood in all It’s glory
—with the scattered lamps lit in its own poetry while the makeshift dancing floor had a huddle of ladies & gents doing the moves to a Spanish number. The Guitar played our favourite tunes
sporting Cliff Richard”s runes.
The Bunglow was alive with the lively chatters .
It stood as a Majestic portrait of a Sikkimese legacy ..
Watching The Night sky in the Wooden hallway
We Thought That We Saw An Angel Resting,
Lying Exhausted There In That Craft
The best quality teas around the world are all harvested by hand to guarantee that the leaf is whole, undamaged, and that only the top two leaves and a bud are picked. On every quality tea estate there are hundreds or even thousands of tea harvesters, that we call as Tea pluckers. The pluckers have a goal each day and they are awarded a bonus if they exceed it, so there is a benefit to efficient work. So how does a typical day look like, for a tea plucker? Here’s this. A rooster wakes them up. Before leaving for work, the handful of leaves into their boiling water makes their favourite liquor. They march to pluck the leaves and to meet their coworkers with sunrise. The day passes for them with one goal in their mind, to pluck the quality leaves and spread the flavours of tea far and wide.
The people here in Temi live a
simple life – they prefer being around nature and have adopted organic ways of
living. Courteous, always smiling and helpful, the people of Temi have always
given the tourists and travelers more than one reason to feel happy and safe.
To familiarize oneself with their lifestyle of the locals, travelers have the option of staying with the locals. With plenty of homestays and home visits to look forward to, one can be a part of the everyday life of Temi. From farming organic local vegetables to perfecting the art of conjuring up meals with local cheeses, breads and dumplings, one can become a “local away from home” at Temi. Do not miss the farmers’ markets around every village rich with organic produce directly sold to the consumers. Besides vegetables and fruits, you also have wine available, made out of local flowers, especially Rhododendrons.
To experience the garden in its full glory, this annual calendar brings in people from all over the country and the world. In the list with other big festivals in the country like Pushkar, Sunburn, and Ziro music festivals, the carnival is full of activities; has something for everyone. Conceptualized by the Managing Director, Mrinalini Srivastava the festival is aimed at promoting Temi Tea Estate as a potential tourism hub. The festival is a major draw for countless nature lovers to witness the cherry blossoms in Autumn’s full bloom. Adventure activities, photography competitions and cultural programs too are an integral part of this annual fiesta leaving all adventure buffs and cultural fans delighted in its wonderful memories for a number of days.