Yes, initially we were 16 people, but half of them opted to go home midway and not stay for the camping at night. Poor them, they missed an experience.!
As it began to get dark, we could see the sun set right in front which made up for a great picture. Time passed by, as we played cards, singing competition and other fun games. As night dawned, the view of the constellation and all the stars was clearly visible, and it was beautiful.
Fortunately, there was a girl in our group who had knowledge about the same and told us about which constellation was where, what star is what and so on.
So, dinner was arranged by the locals who, like us, also had made a descend from the starting village. It was served by the water stream, where there were many groups along with us.
Camped all night, even lit a bonfire as well. With a clear view of the stars in the sky, it was difficult to sleep wondering when would be the next time you'd get to see such a thing.
Next day, was just a simple descending but easy walk for an hour, crossing a dry river and then an hour's walk till the nearby village from where our pickup was to arrive taking us back to Kasara station.
Even there, we spent a little time chilling by the water stream, till our vehicle arrived. Finally, we left Sandhan valley, and got a front view on the journey back. In no ways was it a simple trek, but the experience was truly a mesmerizing one. Would recommend this trek to be done in winters, or early monsoon's and specifically, for those, who are looking to do their first rappelling experience. It's WORTH it.!