This is my fourteenth entry for Debbie’s, Travel With Intent blog, One Word Sunday Challenge
and her topic this week is Skyline.




Six figures etched on the Himalayan skyline. As they inch up the steep bleak heights, suddenly the last figure, a woman, crumbles. A slight pause, then the five labour on upwards. One by one, four fall. “Why? Why?” the shrieking wind whistling down the icy gorges tears the question to shreds. The lone survivor does not look back. He vanishes from sight on Mount Meru—Exeunt, followed by a dog. As we all find out later the dog is Yama Dev the God of Death and Emperor Yudhisthira’s father in disguise giving his son the second of his three tests. The first test was the test that Yama Dev in disguise as a Yaksha asked Yudhisthira some questions and also asked him which of the four younger brothers he wanted to bring back to life. The third test was quite the most unique one ever. It’s definitely interesting and is only shown in Sony TV’s Suryaputra Karn. Thanks to the amazing Siddharth Kumar Tewary we got to see one of the cutest reunions between the Pandavas and Kauravas in Heaven.