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Pictography trip to Naggar Castle Kullu
The pictures of the on the left is of the entrance gate of the temple where entry is prohibited and on the right the picture describes the local artifacts of Kullu region during the time when Naggar was capital of Kullu When you visit Naggar castle Kullu you can also visit Nicholas Roerich art gallery which is few kilometers from Naggar Pictures of the artifacts kept in the central part of the castle displaying local craftsmenship Picture displaying the various household objects used in Kullu district This blog was originally published on 'Native Walk'...
Hiking in Naggar (Himachal)
Naggar, forgotten capital of Kullu
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Photographing the Western Tragopan
Budget trip to North, A step into the unknown, A step towards finding oneself...!!!
Not your usual Manali trip
Naggar Castle (1/3) Naggar Castle (2/3) Naggar Castle (3/3) Celebrating the deity's return to Naggar castle Having explored this quaint, little, and quiet town of Naggar, we headed towards Vashisht in an auto we booked at Manali (autos are a frequent mode of transport in the area, not the CNG ones of course)....
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Trek to Bhrigu lake
Seeking solitude in Shelapani, a beautiful hamlet in the Himalayas!
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A trek with family
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Drive to Baralacha Pass
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Himalayan Snow Trek
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Tirthan Valley and Jalori Pass trek
Next morning we went to trek upto a waterfall in jungle, done trout fishing with our Rum :p, Next day we gone for our Main Destination trek Jalori Pass We started driving from Trithan Valley to Banjar (15 Km Aprrox) and on the way we given lift to a local Girl Mamta Thakur; we were shocked to hear she was coming from Kullu only by walking; we parked our car at Banjar (our vehicle was not able to move ahead because of snow) and started our trek around 8 am in the morning, from our starting point the distance to jalori pass was 16 kmMamta thakur was from Shoja village which was almost half the way of jalori pass. we walked togthere upto Shoja with her, then she invited us to her house and offered us maggie and guided us which rout to follow for jalori pass, Jalori Pass is an awesome trek we witnessed good landscapes, snowfileds, Naggar castle and ends on Jalorri pass i.e. 3223 Meters, if you follow the same rout u can also trek upto Shimla and Manali.The view from jalori pass was breath taking, astonishing, And atmosphere with fresh Oxygen :) After coming back from jalori pass, next morning we left hotel and went to Kasol and stayed there for a day, and enjoyed some Hash and Rum in the freezing temperature....
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Leh bike trip- Part II Planning
The routes which were initially considered and the step by step iterations that went thereafter- 1) Delhi- Shimla (Kufri)- Manali- Leh- Srinagar- Gulmarg- Jammu 2) Delhi- Shimla- Spiti Valley (Chandrataal)- Gramphu- Leh- Srinagar- Gulmarg- Jammu (Spiti valley was included to cover those this time only) 3) Delhi- Shimla- Kasol- Manali- Leh- Srinagar- Gulmarg- Jammu ( Dropped Spiti valley and decided to plan trip exclusively to Spiti next time; Kasol included for all the obvious reasons) 4) Delhi- Chandigarh- Mandi- Kasol- Manali- Leh- Srinagar- Gulmarg- Jammu (Preferred Chandigarh over Shimla as it was written somewhere that Shimla roads are more prone to road closures) 5) Delhi- Chandigarh- Mandi- Kasol- Naggar castle- Leh- Srinagar- Gulmarg-Jammu (Naggar castle included as I have been to Manali once, moreover Naggar castle has good camping sites and will provide great photography opportunity) 6) Delhi- Chandigarh- Mandi- Naggar castle- Leh- Srinagar- Gulmarg- Jammu (Kasol dropped to add 1 more night stay at Naggar castle; getting Kasol'd is not a wise option when you are travelling solo) 7) Delhi- Kurukshetra- Kiratpur Sahib- Mandi- Naggar castle- Leh- Srinagar- Gulmarg- Jammu ( As bike needs to get some accessories fit after reaching Delhi thus it will get real late reaching Chandigarh; Kiratpur Sahib included to spend one night at Gurudwara) So finally my detailed itinerary will be as per the snap uploaded....
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There's another, darker side to Manali, and it's all here. Read at your own risk!
A Sports Club in a village: This Austrian man "wedded" a local girl years ago and now wines and dines with the expat crowd and minor royals Sprawling resort meets moolah: This French guy married a local girl and now owns a resort nestled in a sprawling compound en route Naggar from Manali Gaon ki gori from Russia: A local guy, famous for leching equally at Indians and foreigners (women, yeah, women) married a Russian girl some years ago and has now turned her completely local, in both attire and spirit INCREDIBLE TOURISM: FATAL ATTRACTION?...