'Place burnt by fire': Mirik
High on Pine and Apple Fragrant Air- Kinnaur
Of pine cones, snow sliding and sweaters in May: Dodital – Darwa Pass – Hanuman Chetti trek
There is a guilty pleasure in knowing that there are places to whose names half of the population cannot put a picture to; the Dodital Trek consists of many such places—untrodden paths punctuated with tiny, villages, hints of snow on ridges of the Dhauladhar range and meadows that remind you of a beautiful memory....
The pine forest at Dhanachuli
Ranikhet – In the lap of Kumaon's pine forests
Dalhousie to Khajjiar – Pick your pine cones!
"Into the Pines"
Covering a distance of 350 kms in a day was awesome.We started our trip from Chandigarh travelling on my Royal Enfield bullet along with my friends as pillon rider.In this trip we travelled through amazing highway roads along with a lot of offroading.Weather was amazing,comapany was also amazing making this trip memorable.You all should try this day trip if u are nature lover and a passionate rider....
Lamhatta – Heaven in the Pines
Picture Perfect Pahalgam
Nandi Hills–Bangalore: Magical sunrise
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Jibhi : In the lap of the hills & woods
Banjar Valley Part I | Jibhi
Vagamon- Uneven Greenery
Jibhi: An unexplored and untouched hill station in Kullu
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A cup of coffee in Kodaikanal
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Short family trip to Kodaikanal
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Roadtrip to Kodai from Bangalore
Experience The Best Of Kashmir In Summers
Enchanting Ooty enveloped with Nilgiris!!!
Trekking the HIMALAYAS
A trip to South India "The tans will fade, but the memories will last forever"...
A trek with family
The Almighty's plan for my vacation in his own country, Kerala!
A Himalayan Expedition - Kedarkantha
The Mini Switzerland of India in Kashmir
Stories of Hampi
There have been cities around the world which have reshaped themselves after a massive destruction.It is important to understand that the time in which this city was built had a system of rulers .The citizens didn't have an individual identity .They looked up to their ruler for everything.So when your idol is beheaded in front of you ,you really have not much choice but to obey what the oppressor( in this case the Deccan sultanates) says.The city was attacked because it didn't propagate growth of Islam and that's why they considered it necessary to to eradicate the entire city and that meant burning everything.So everthing that was made of wood and brick was burnt to ashes.The citizens fled the city because they didn't have anyone to keep them together .So if we say that there have been cities which have burnt but are still functioning today we have to understand the sense of identity that the people had back then and what they have today.All their judgement was based on their rulers and to expect them to rebuild a city back then would be disregarding the entire ruling system.We have evolved and will continue to...