It's a blended inclination when you stroll through that scaffold to do the demonstration at your very own hazard, the goliath extension and stage structure looks frightful when you see it from long separation and afterward you arrive at this beast to encounter something which you need to understanding for lifetime.
From the start when you remain at the edge of the stage it's alarming, at that point the mentor behind you rouses and persistently educates you to not look down. Be that as it may, you look down in light of the fact that we are Indians, it's in our blood to so something that we are advised not to.
At the point when you see down its frantic overly unnerving however, yet mentor said one thing "you have headed out from Mumbai to Rishikesh for this" at that point you take all your fortitude and bounce.
At the point when you hop its the most great inclination ever. Your head goes down, hands are open, everything turns out to be moderate and looks fuc***g magnificent. The view is excessively insane, the greenery around, dim mountains and that blue Ganga water down there, is EPIC.
Following few moments you get the distraught jolt and bridle pulls you up the feeling is practically like you got hit via vehicle. In some time twitch gets over, again you go down, again same inclination and you open the hands to feel a similar encounter.