Escrita por: ~thejasvi
There was a small forgotten village at the bottom of the great mountains of the Himalayas that came within the Indian border. It was cut off from the rest of the nation due to its isolation with only a road to connect it with the rest of civilization. This Hamlet was slowly descending into ruins as its residents were slowly moving out in search of more gainful opportunities, and the rest were slowly idling themselves until death freed them. This place is the centre of our interest because nearby this village, just around 50 kilometres into the Himalayas, there were a group of buildings which, at first glance seems like a research facility. But strangely, none of the buildings had any names on them and just stood in the cold. It was far away from the rest of the nation and hence didn't spark up much debates over its isolation, secrecy and its purpose.People, since the past have been able to forge great civilizations by connecting smaller villages into towns, and towns into cities, and further cities into great city centres. Those who fail to aggregate into the growing civilizations, wither and die. The same thing might be said about 'Machu Pichu' in Peru. The Incan civilization perished and without its patron civilization, Machu Pichu perished too. Our little Hamlet is also on the verge of its extinction, because of its isolation from civilization. If the able men of the Hamlet had taken any initiative to build roads, schools or hospitals, the village might have been saved due to the advent of signs of civilization. But due to the idling masses, this village's fate has been sealed.