Next morning in rohru we inquired about chandranahan trek from some locals who were too polite to talk with. We started little late.
First we took a bus to Chirgaon village as told by a local shopkeeper.It was just 14 KM's but as the road was single lane it took us an hour to reach.
After that we did our lunch and started looking for a bus to Tagnu village. Buses to tagnu were limited,4 buses a day.We covered those 22kms in 2 and a half hours. The amazing views compensated the pathetic road.
Finally after reaching Tagnu at 3:30pm we walked all the way to Janglikh. There was a bridge connecting Tagnu and Janglikh ,not in an appropriate position as a year ago because of heavy landslide it was destructed. While crossing the bridge it started raining and we only had one raincoat, so we took shelter under a tree and four of us were under one raincoat.
Rain stopped at around 5:15pm. Then we asked the locals about further route and they forced us to stay for a night but as enthusiasm was high and blood was warm we started our trek then and there.
And then there was the sky
Up above so high
No one could touch or hide
But possesed by all
While they ride.
It changed in a fraction, from hazy blurr to opaque white. little rain drops to clean waves of fresh air and tinch of sunshine giving hope to people beneath.
The land was all green with independently evolving trunks and branches as a way to tower upon one another.
Mountains all around covered with snow , shimmering under the Sun. With a rhythmic splash, everytime time water hit a stone.
Then we came into a forest with mostly deodar trees around. As it was getting darker, we increased our pace and Crossed the jungle at around 7pm intact!
We decided to set our camp there only. But before doing that we spotted a guy, asked him about the place we all were in. He informed us that it's Dyara Thach and helped us to set our tent.
After all this hardwork our hunger hormones were on peak. We had 10 packed pranthas as our dinner.We collected some firewood and lighted a bonfire to warm our pranthas. I was very tired but still tried to capture the night sky.All black with some twinklings of hope for more. Spotting the Orion.
Always this disciplined. Always a constant!