If you really want to touch clouds then you have to visit dharamshala, and Enjoy the rainy season!! A monsoon is a seasonal shift in the prevailing wind direction, that usually brings with it a different kind of weather. It almost always refers to the Asian monsoon, a large region extending from India to Southeast Asia where monsoon conditions prevail. Then Dharamsala during June and July of each year, the summer monsoon arrives with persistent southerly wind flow driven by a warm air mass with low pressure at the surface that forms over southern Asia as it is warmed by the sun. Air from the relatively higher pressure air mass over the Indian and tropical western Pacific Ocean flows northward toward the low pressure over land, bring with it torrential rains.
Dharamshala, famous world over for being home to the exiled spiritual leader of Tibet, the Dalai Lama, is a place of stunning natural beauty, Located in Dharamshala.