Flora in August in Valley of Flowers, Himalaya Photo Journal

Flowers at Valley of Flowers, Garhwal Himalaya

Valley of Flowers is a UNESCO world Heritage Site in the Garhwal Himalayas, India. No ponies allowed here. No overnight camping allowed. Therefore the track is clean. It is a pristine place. The locals respect the place a lot for its mystique. Do

13 June, 2010 | Views: 19107


On the path to Tungnath, Himalaya Photo Journal

Tungnath Himalaya

The track to Tungnath is silence itself. Even the stones seem to have soaked it over the centuries, and radiate a kind of calm. A lone tea shack courtesy a local resident serves as a travellers’ haven here. An occasional shepherd turned limejuice

07 April, 2010 | Views: 10389


Ukhimath temple, the seat of Panch Kedar, Himalaya Photo journal

Path to Panch Kedar Ukhimath Temple

A walk to Ukhimath temple next morning was oxygenating. Mandakini was way below to our left. Its roar let us know of its force. A couple of streams crossed our path and tumbled down the hillside to meet Mandakini. The temple lay ahead, hidden by a

21 August, 2009 | Views: 23337

Trek to Gaumukh, Himalaya Photo journal

Trek to Gaumukh in Himalayas

I sat on one of the boulders at the banks of gurgling Bhagirathi - the mother of the world singing a constant hymn in praise of the creator, I lost my heart to the silvery peaks known as Shivlinga and Bhagirathi 1, 2 and 3. The spiritual atmosphere

23 July, 2009 | Views: 19174


Haridwar to Ukhimath and Deoriya taal, Himalaya Photo journal

Ganga Aarti, Har ki Pauri, Haridwar, Uttarakhand, India

Nothing beats a drive in the hills here! Take a car, a bus, a taxi, a bike, a cycle, or walk… The Himalayas are awesome :-) Our tour operator Sunil Bhatnagar told us that the same Himalayas that provide solace to tourists and yogis can drive the

15 July, 2009 | Views: 31012

Exploring Khurpatal in Kumaon Himalaya, Photo journal

Khurpa taal near Nainital

Close to the bustling and popular hill station Nainital in Kumaon Himalaya, Khurpatal seems a secret haven hidden in the hills, that is why it is still echoing with the sounds of nature and not the machine age man and his boisterousness. If you

24 March, 2009 | Views: 12790





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