Anaswara Rajan in full gypsy-mode in these pics from recent Himachal trip

Anaswara Rajan in full gypsy-mode in these pics from recent Himachal trip
Photo: Instagram @anaswara.rajan

Anaswara Rajan entered the Malayalam cinema industry as a charming child artist playing Manju Warrier’s daughter in ‘Udaharanam Sujatha’. Then she went on to deliver spectacular performances in super hit movies like ‘Thanneermathan Dinangal’ and ‘Super Sharanya’. Now, she has made her entry into Tamil cinema by playing a pivotal role alongside Trisha in ‘Raangi’.

Meanwhile, the pictures that the young actress has posted on her social media page from her recent trip to Himachal Pradesh has already become viral. The pics from Kaza, a calm getaway in the Spiti Valley, looks almost surreal. Anaswara sports a gypsy look with colourful outfit and chic shades.

Himachal Pradesh promises beautiful views and incredible experience to the visitors at any time of the year. The state that is situated on the valley of the mighty Himalayas is as charming as some of the popular European destinations.

The valley offers an incredible experience of mesmerizing nature, amazing cultural heritage, mouth watering cuisine, adventure sports and the historic remnants of the colonial past. Interestingly, people come here on solo trips as well as in groups, as the splendid valley is a perfect tourist destination for everyone.

Shimla was the summer capital of the British Raj. Meanwhile, Manali still tops the list of the most popular destination in the country. Adventure enthusiasts flock the Solang Valley and Rohtang Pass to try trekking, paragliding, skiing and horse riding. What makes Himachal popular among the travellers is its easy accessibility.

McLeod Ganj is where you can see Dalai Lama’s official residence. Moreover, you can visit the Tibetan temples and many popular institutes too. Meanwhile, Dalhousie, a high-altitude town spread across the 5 hills Kathlog, Potreyn, Terah, Bakrota and Bhangora, reflects the unique cultural heritage of the colonial period. Kasol which is known for its spectacular natural beauty is often referred to as ‘India’s Amsterdam’.

The season between February and June is the perfect time to visit Himachal Pradesh. However, if you wish to see the snow capped mountains and enjoy the cold weather, then plan your trip between October and February.  

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