This was almost the half point of the trek and many people who were passing by told us that we were about to reach and it wasn't much further away. So we just sat down to enjoy the view and eat our aloo paratha and also slowed our pace. We didnt stop at the 2nd point, were everyone sat down to eat. We went ahead and went a little away from the route to a quieter place to sit down and relax. It was so quiet, i felt like i could just sit there forever and just enjoy the time. But we still had 10 kms to cover ahead of us. and it was just 10 in the morning and the sun was not shining bright in the sky. The sky wasnt clear, the clouds where covering the sun and the breeze was cool. After resting for around 45 mins we planned to stopped only at the 2nd point. I found so many people on the way with such big bags, and i was wondering what is the point of carrying so much weight on 1 night stay. We literally had 1 bag with us which had all the essentials we needed. At around 1 clock we finally reached the last stop, from where we could see Churdhar Peak. I was so exhausted that i went inside and laid down to relax. There were many people who were going down also stopped there, 1 group also stopped there and sat beside us to rest and started talking to us. As we were talking for few minutes the weather changed drastically the temperature dropped down gradually and it started to pour heavily. I was so shocked when i went outside because we had no jacket or rain coat and not even another pair of clothes to changed into if we got drenched. The people we were talking with were 3 people, 1 was a newly married couple and another was a guy they met the day before on the trek. The couple was also from delhi and the guy was from chandigarh. They were really helpfull. And they even had big backpacks which i was telling you about that people were carrying. Well at the point i knew why they where carrying such heavy bags and wished i had also. They even told us that the other trek route is much smaller about 7 kms, which is very steep and difficult to climb but relatively easier to trek down. And i just wished at that point that i could have not left my bag down and brought it back with me then i would have been able to go back from the other route. I felt so hopeless but they were so helpfull that they said that they can take my bag to delhi and then i could collect it from there. I was literally so happy to have found them. Now a days you hardly meet anyone who goes out of their way to help others. Because they had their own bags and they would have to carry my bag also, but they agreed. And because we didnt had any clothes with us, they even gave us their jacket for the cold and a rain coat. I am really thankfull to them because of them only we could survive ahead. Because when we left it got so cold. It got so windy and it was also drizzling all the way. So i wore the rain coat which was really helpfull because it was stopping all the wind and the rain.