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Pictography trip to Naggar Castle Kullu
Starting our journey from Mandi district to Naggar castle Kullu on our 350cc Royal enfield Hanogi temple near Pandoh was our next stop where we re-energized our self for the next destination Scenic beauty which we captured in our camera on the way to Naggar made our heart pound widely Truck which met with an accident just few minutes ago we arrived Pandoh Heading to our next destination Aut which was 12 km from our current location The picture captured from our moving bike of the famous bridge which is perfect place for any tourist to capture pictures Starting our journey from Mandi district to Naggar castle Kullu on our 350cc Royal enfield Hanogi temple near Pandoh was our next stop where we re-energized our self for the next destination Scenic beauty which we captured in our camera on the way to Naggar made our heart pound widely Truck which met with an accident just few minutes ago we arrived Pandoh Heading to our next destination Aut which was 12 km from our current location The picture captured from our moving bike of the famous bridge which is perfect place for any tourist to capture pictures picture captured on the left bank of Kullu district when we were close to our destination Heritage Naggar castle Entry of Naggar castle, finally we reached our ultimate destination As we reached the place we spotted a entire group of foreigners who were exploring the enigma of place Informative boards on the wall assisting us for our tour inside the town castle Naggar castle inaugurated by Former chief minister Prof Prem Kumar Dhumal on 19th may,1999 Great wooden work done by the local craftsmen of the region during early times Beautiful temple located inside the castle is excellent example of architecture Central part of the Heritage castle which is also the restaurant where one can have the taste of local cuisine....
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We stayed at Riverside resort which is ike a small island between the river, reching to the resort itself was a splendid experience as you have to sit on a small pulley pulled manually by hand at both ends of the river. food was amazing & unbelievably cheap.Tirthan is for the people who think they have seen it all, which i am pretty sure will change there perception.took us 15 hours of straight self driven car to reach to our resort at tirthan, it could be a little confusing after you cross Aut as not many people are even aware of this place.we treck for aprox. 2-3 hours to reach a mind blowing waterfall with ice cold water. next day we travelled to jalori pass which is usually closed for few months due to heavy snowfall, but we were lucky enough to experience it as it was just opened a day before with a lot of snow still reamaining at the top. took a long way back as we stooped at Shimla on our way back to avoid a lenghty drive back home....
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Tirthan Valley and Jalori Pass trek
Around 2:00 AM we reached Ropar, one of my friends home was there, we stayed for night in his home and in morning had awesome Authentic Punjabi Breakfast, and started our journey.. we stopped at Bilaspur for few drinks with Sutlej river fresh fishes and Lunch, Way to Trithan valley cuts from the right side of Aut Tunnel, and before reaching Trithan we were already one bottle Rum Down :p, we reach trithan valley arround 7 PM in evening and shocked to see there was no electricity, and heard from people that there is no electricity in the valley from past 7 days, We thought this trip is going to be crap now, but this trip become one of most memorable trip of mine, as we stayed there for 3 days peacefully away from our phones, people, electricity and lived there like a local....
Backpacking in Himachal Pradesh
Places we covered: Mumbai - Jalandhar 1N/ 2D: Amritsar - Golden Temple, Jallianwallah Bagh 3N/ 4D: Mc Leod Ganj - Bhagsu Nag, Dharamkot 1N/ 1D: Palampur 1N/ 1D: Bir Billing - paragliding, monastries 3N/ 4D: Kasol - Rasol, Tosh 2N/ 3D: Barot Valley - Multhan 2N/ 3D: Tirthan Valley Aut - Chandigarh - Mumbai Because of all the beautiful views showcased by Himachal Pradesh to us, because of the magical vibe that surrounded us constantly, because of all the people who helped us be safe; I would love to revisit this Indian state time and again....