Tag: Himalayan village

Stok Palace: An exquisite miniature of Ladakh

India

It was mid-afternoon when we arrived in Leh. The temperatures soared to 30 degrees, a very unlikely...
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The magical ride to Yumthang valley

North East India, Sikkim

I could not visit the Yumthang valley when I came to Sikkim six years back. That thought lingered somewhere, and that wish to be here in a...
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The trinity of love and charm: Kalga, Pulga, and Tulga

Parvati Vallley, The Himalayan life

One of the most amazing things about traveling to Himachal is the small villages that dot the valleys. And each village is packed with its...
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Manikaran Sahib: A confluence of faith and ideas

Parvati Vallley, The Himalayan life • One Comment

Everyone has a reason to come to Manikaran Sahib. Often it depends on what religion one follows....
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Oh my gosh!! Tosh

Parvati Vallley, The Himalayan life • One Comment

I feel I am getting more immersed and intense at my ‘do nothing’ philosophy of holidaying. I have started to hate too much activity in...
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The orchard of charm in Nubra Valley

Ladakh • One Comment

Every turn is a new picture in Ladakh. And it is amazing how landscapes and cultures can change in a few hundred kilometers in this cold...
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A Stok of tranquility in Ladakh

Ladakh • 4 Comments

It is tough to find a corner not to like in Ladakh. Whether you are coursing through some popular...
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Spiti: The hill of temples

The Himalayan life • 5 Comments

This was my fourth day in Spiti valley, and with every turn, I was getting more acclimatized and acquainted with this middle land. I...
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Dhankar: Somewhere perched high

The Himalayan life • 4 Comments

The 1000-year-old Dhankar, perched precariously on jutting rocks on a mountaintop. The Dhankar mona…
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Tabo: About a life untouched

The Himalayan life • 2 Comments

An eight hour journey, on the world’s most dangerous roads, can be both tiring and exhilarating....
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