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Monsoon Visit to Prashar Lake

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

Monsoon Visit to Prashar Lake

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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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Welcome to Spiti- First view

Posted by on Oct 13, 2012 in Traveling | 2 comments

Welcome to Spiti- First view

Day 1 The conquest of Jalori Day 2 Chitkul- The last village of India Day 3 Kinnaurified Day 4 Today, started my day early morning at 6:00 am, so decided to go off for a walk around in Nako.During my walk soon I came across a serene and calm small lake. Enthralled by the beauty of nature there, I decided to click around there and in village area.After I came back had breakfast with Roushan and then decided to take a quick walk around the lake again as he hasn’t been to lake due to late sleeping. Afterwards we started our ride towards...

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Kinnaurified

Posted by on Oct 12, 2012 in Traveling | 2 comments

Kinnaurified

Day 1 The conquest of Jalori Day 2 Chitkul- The last village of India Woke up early after a bumpy ride from Jhakri but was feeling too lazy to get off the bed, but as have to switch up with the schedules I finally left room around 9:00, and had breakfast along with friends I met last evening. Left Chitkul around 10:00am as planned initially to visit Kalpa, then give a try for permits of Shipki la at Peo and then to move Shipki la and further but all my planning gone vain as I gotta know that the DM was out of station. Unfortunately it was...

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A day in Rewalsar

Posted by on Oct 8, 2012 in Photography, Traveling | 2 comments

A day in Rewalsar

Rewalsar a small holy town in Mandi Dist. of Himachal Pradesh famous for its budhist importance all over the country. Very few knows about the Naina Devi temple situated a adjoining hill top, about 12 kms away from Rewalser town. Here is a Photo blog of lakes around Rewalsar.   And finally a Time Laps Video to end the...

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A Day in Israel

Posted by on Oct 4, 2012 in Traveling | 3 comments

A Day in Israel

I am not keen of traveling when it comes to business trip. There are 2 reasons for that, 1. Flying alone- it’s really horrible as I can’t sleep when strangers are around 2. Earning in INR and spending in NIS, USD, GBP or Euros- not a good option. But still it was my 3rd time in Tel-Aviv for a conference and some business meetings. All my clients met me in the conference and I had 2 complete free days. Coincidentally my boss came with his old American friends. They were freaky travelers, although the couple was above 60 but they covered all...

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Sky villages of Spiti valley

Posted by on Oct 3, 2012 in Photography, Traveling | 4 comments

Sky villages of Spiti valley

Day 1 The conquest of Jalori Day 2 Chitkul- The last village of India Day 3 Kinnaurified Day 4 Welcome to Spiti-First View It was a day to explore Spiti region and places around Kaza. We got to know about 3 village above 4400 mts in the region nearby Langza, Komic and Hikkim, so me and Roushan Singh decided to explore the region. It was nice ride and amazing views, had traditional lunch at Langza monastery as there was a festival going on and all nearby villagers gathered there. It was real treat to vitness the beauty of Chau Chau Kang Nilda...

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