Tenzin और balli ने मेरा मोबाइल नंबर लिया। मैंने भी उनका नंबर माँगा तो उन्होंने कहा ये नंबर तो हम अब बंद कर देंगे। अब तो सीजन खत्म होने वाला है। हम लोग नवंबर-दिसंबर मे दिल्ली चले जाएँगे। Tenzin दिल्ली ISBT मजनू का टीला के पास Tibet Colony जाने वाला था। balli नोएडा मे सेक्टर-34 मे Tibet market मे दुकान लगाने वाला था। balli ने कहा दिसंबर मे मार्किट आना वहीँ मिल जाऊँगा।Read More
The Kullu Valley, as all places in the Himalayas showcases nature’s beauty. It lies between Manali and Largi. The River Beas runs through this charming valley beckoning trekkers, nature lovers, artists and all those who would love to experience fresh mountain air amidst forests of Pine and Deodar and apple orchards.
Kullu has its share of exquisite temples, heritage buildings and sightseeing places like Raghunathji Temple, Bijli Mahadev Temple, Sultanpur Palace, Sujanpur Fort, Deo Tibba to name a few. For those who would like a more activity filled holiday, Kullu offers opportunities for climbing, trekking and river rafting in the months from March to September. December to February is ideal for snow skiing and heli-skiing in Manali. Kullu is also famous for its hand woven shawls and Kullu caps. Kullu is well connected by rail, road and air.
Best time to visit: April to June for trekking, climbing, excursions and river rafting. December to February for snow skiing and heli skiing.
Languages spoken: Hindi, English, Punjabi and Pahari
Climate: Pleasant summers
Heritage sites: Sultanpur Palace, Sujanpur Fort
Holy places: Raghunathji Temple, Bijli Mahadev Temple, Jagatsukh, Basheshwar Mahadev Temple, Jagannathi Devi Temple
Natural Wonders: Katrain, Raison, Largi, Kasol
This time, while in India, visit to Himachal was more of necessity than tourism… leaving behind Iceland, Landing in Delhi full of heat and humidity was not a joke…. at the airport itself, we were almost fainted and without waiting for my friend to come to pick up, hired a taxi and went home…the heat and humidity was unbearable as the body had tuned to climate of Iceland…. so to go back to Iceland settings, Himachal trip was mandatoryRead More
दोस्तों, घुमक्कड़ी की अपनी अतृप्त तथा अनियंत्रित तृष्णा को आभासी परिकल्पनाओं की उड़ान से शांत करने की गरज से गूगल…Read More
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पिछली पोस्ट में आपने पढ़ा की मनाली के दर्शनीय स्थलों की सैर करने के बाद करीब आठ बजे हम लोग…Read More
Summers are already in, cities are heating up, school are closed for summer vacations, children are craving for an outing,…Read More
So following our original plan to cover Bijli Mahadev, Rewalsar Lake, Shikari Devi, Kamru Nag Lake, Karsog, Tattapani, we reached Kullu on the morning of 30 July’11. Since there were regular buses plying on this route, it allowed us some time to freshen up and to have a quick breakfast. Later we took a mini bus till a village nearby the shrine from where it is just 2.8 km soft trek passing through some of the villagesRead More
Manali, a picturesque hill station situated at a height of 6308 ft lies at the northern end of Himachal Pradesh and is undoubtedly one of the best Hill stations India has. At a distance of 550 km from the capital city of Delhi, Manali is the most sought out holiday destination for travelers. The snow-clad hill tops and amazing scenic beauty captures every person’s heart and offers an immense yet an extraordinary experience, no matter how many times you visit the place….. For me, it’s my favorite destination to let loose and embrace what life has to offer…along with a calmness that soothes the soul… so last winter’s we set of for a wintry holiday to Manali to celebrate a white Christmas!!
Distance from Delhi: 550 Km
Travel Time: 12-14 hours with 2-3 breaks in between
Best Time to Visit: Anytime, however to view snow…Late Dec-early March
Driving Directions and Map: http://bit.ly/vq3jL9Read More
Last year, I was planning a long trip, I wanted to go Manali, even have booked two tickets for Volvo…Read More
This was the best part of the trip. THE COMPLETE FREEDOM to go anywhere, anytime. I felt like a true ghumakkar OR had my ghumakkar ahaa moment!!
I confess. I did pat on my back for having made the road trip plan, in my car, and not tied it up via air / rail transports.