In the Snowy Himayalas, India possesses the sublimest mountain scenery to be found on the surface of the mother earth. Mount Everest is higher than any other mountain in the world , and, if placed among the Alps, would make the Jungfrau and Mont Blanc hide their diminished heads,. Although in Western India no such mountain as the Himalayas are to be seen rising high above the line of the ever lasting snow, yet we cannot complain of want of mountain scenery. If we take the train either from for Poona or Jabalpur from Bombay, our course lies at first for fifty or sixty miles over level ground; but after we have gone so far, we begin to rise by a slow and circuitous course up the Ghats. This range of mountains varying in heights from two to six thousand feet..................
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1) The Himayalas.
2) The Ghats of Western India---
a) As seen from the railway
b) As seen by a pedestrain.
c) Antiquities and fine views.
d) The ascent of the Duke\'s Nose.
As I read your essay, I seem to have vicarious experiences of traveling to Himalayas. You were able to paint a picture of the place vividly. Great piece, dude.