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Being a Maruti Gupsy Owner

Posted by on Apr 10, 2018 in Traveling | 2 comments

Being a Maruti Gupsy Owner

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Hamirpur-Tissa-Pangi-Leh-Manali-Hamirpur Part 3

Posted by on Feb 7, 2018 in Traveling | 2 comments

Hamirpur-Tissa-Pangi-Leh-Manali-Hamirpur Part 3

For previous story please visit Day 1 and 2 Part 2 Day 3 Day 4 Leh- Pangong Tso-Spangmik (160 kms) It was like rest day and small travel to us as considering our travel plans previous days. After waking up around 7 we were searching the friends of Naveen and found them easily. After getting fresh and feeling the bellies the plans was to visit Pangong tso but before that we wanted to get our ride inspected before we continue the journey as its 4X4 gear shaft was shaking a bit. A couple of hour in the mechanical area of the town and we were...

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Hamirpur-Tissa-Pangi-Leh-Manali-Hamirpur Part 2

Posted by on Feb 1, 2018 in Traveling | Comments Off on Hamirpur-Tissa-Pangi-Leh-Manali-Hamirpur Part 2

Hamirpur-Tissa-Pangi-Leh-Manali-Hamirpur Part 2

For previous story please visit Day 1 and 2. Day 3 Shaur(Pangi valley) to Leh (460 kms) It was our longest day on the road of this trip so we had a early start. Woke up around 4 and after refreshing up and packing all stuff we were ready to move on the road around 5 am . the best thing of this trip was we were moving early and driving into nights so both the golden hour of morning and evening was available for lots of photographs. we were around 50 0dd kms away from Udaipur but I never thought we will have to drive long 4 hours to cover...

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Hamirpur-Tissa-Pangi-Leh-Manali-Hamirpur

Posted by on Jan 31, 2018 in Traveling | 2 comments

Hamirpur-Tissa-Pangi-Leh-Manali-Hamirpur

Its been a while I and Naveen shared a journey to the remotest parts of the State Chamba-Tissa-Pangi-Udaipur road. It was kind of marathon covering 1900 odd kms in 6 days and around 70% off road on worlds most treacherous side, crossing many high passes covered with pile of snow, less oxygen, strictly sticking to camps in nights. It was one of the best trips in one of the worlds most reliable 4×4 off The Maruti Gypsy. It all started during May 2016 when we planned to explore the Pangi valley, all Plans were Finalised and we took of to...

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A revisit to Manimahesh Kailash

Posted by on Jan 30, 2018 in Traveling | Comments Off on A revisit to Manimahesh Kailash

A revisit to Manimahesh Kailash

Manimahesh Kailash is one of the most visited Kailash in state of Himachal Pradesh. I have visited this place now few times and never felt bored as it offers amazing views and something new every time. One can visit my older post Here. This post is regarding my 5th visit last year with my friends. It would be basically a photologue as there is not much to share details about the place. Here are the pictures as I personally know my pictures do the speaking better than my words 😉 Here is the video of Journey including gypsy ride and few time...

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Monsoon Visit to Prashar Lake

Posted by on Jan 29, 2018 in Traveling | 1 comment

Monsoon Visit to Prashar Lake

It was quite time since I have visited Prahsar lake. I always wanted to go there in Monsoons but monsoons can be treacherous in Himalayas, Mountain slides, flash floods and many risks are always involved. Zeal of being above the clouds can only be fulfilled on mountain tops especially in Monsoons as all the clouds are flying towards higher grounds. So all set and Plan finalized of a over night trip to the adobe. All packed and I joined by my better half and my Son. The drive was beautiful all lush green hills and clouds engulfing the jungle...

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Walking through streets of Malana

Posted by on Aug 27, 2013 in Traveling | Comments Off on Walking through streets of Malana

Walking through streets of Malana

Finally I was on the way to step foot at the oldest democracy of the world, Malana. It is popular across the world for obvious reasons but not many people know that Malana is arguably the oldest democracy of the world.  One of the highest peaks of the state, Deo-Tibba, shadow this village.Even today this village lives in isolation because of its customs and rituals. However, one can find hundreds of foreigners roaming around in the village for ‘obvious reasons’. A lot many movies have been made on this village and foreigners visiting the...

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Pin Valley Revisited

Posted by on Nov 8, 2012 in Traveling | 8 comments

Pin Valley Revisited

After being stuck in Pin Valley, waling through the deserted roads of Spiti valley[for complete story read:Pin Valley Mud Suprise], it was time to get back to Pin Valley to get my Bullet back. I was in regular touch with Mr. Tundup regarding the road connectivity to the Pin Valley and after a long wait of 40 days he asked me to come down to the valley to take my bullet back as the road was almost cleared by then. With no time wasted, I packed up my bags and hoped into an HRTC bus to Manali . I reached Manali at around 5 AM and just missed the...

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Orinoids meteor shower

Posted by on Oct 18, 2012 in Photography | Comments Off on Orinoids meteor shower

Orinoids meteor shower

The Orionid meteor shower will be at peak this weekend (October 20,21, 2012). The Orionids were created from the famous Halley’s Comet, and should deliver a very impressive show this year according to experts. One can expect to see 30 meteor per min.

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The Spiti Ordeal

Posted by on Oct 13, 2012 in Traveling | Comments Off on The Spiti Ordeal

The Spiti Ordeal

I was really waiting from a Long time to be in Spiti valley as i had did Ladakh for 2 times but didn’t get the chance to be in Spiti valley, also called as Real Himachal. So in June I got a chance to explore Spiti valley on a Solo ride but i turned out be the most exciting and unexpected trip of my life which even I never dreamed about. Day 1 Hamirpur-Jhakri All set for the Ride Its been now quite a while a was repeatedly hearing about Jalori Jot or Jalori Pass (at 3135 mts) now and then from many guys and many done that telling their...

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