Hola Mohalla or simply Hola is a Sikh festival that takes place on the first of the lunar month of Chet which usually falls in March. From the time of the Tenth Guru of Sikhs, Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji, the community gets together for three consecutive days to display their martial spirit & legacy of the Sikh…
A perfect farm stay offering an authentic experience of life at a working organic farm, with a vegetable garden, a multi-fruit orchard, a goat farm, an organic milk dairy, free-range poultry as well as open field organic farming.
Thachi valley, a very less explored destination in Himachal. Perched between the mountains that overlook the Great Himalayan National Park, the captivating Thachi valley is one such hidden place which offers staying under billions of dazzling stars, getting up to witness a beautiful early morning sunrise and a breathtaking sunset.
A short trip was on my mind to test my photography skills and learn my new DSLR, Nikon D5600. Pondering about the locations especially natural ones, Chhatbir clicked my mind. I was thrilled with my first experience shooting the animals. Although it is nearby the Chandigarh, but over the years, I had never got a chance…
Grahan village is located at an altitude of 7700 ft hidden in the Parvati Valley. The village offers fresh crisp air detoxing your body, very helpful locals and the shimmering strip of the Milkyway galaxy to gaze upon.
Giriganga is a 7 km easy trek in the Pabbar valley which lies in Himachal’s southeast corner. The base village to reach the river source is Kharapathar which is around 77 kms from Shimla.
Churdhar is also known as Chur chandni, for the snow covered peak which resembles a silver bangle. Churdhar (elevation of 3,647 metres; 11,965 feet) is the highest peak in Sirmour district of Himachal Pradesh and is also the highest peak in the outer Himalayas.
Sarahan is located at an altitude of around 7,589 feet above sea level and about 7 km above the River Satluj. It lies in the Rampur Town at a distance of about of about 504 kilometres from New Delhi and 163 kilometres from Shimla.
Deoria Tal – Tunganath – Chandrashila peak, the three can be visited just in span of 3 days including return journey. The starting point for the Deoria Tal trek is village Sari which is about 12 kms from Ukhimath. Tungnath is the highest Shiva Temple in the world (3680m) (12,073 ft). Chandrashila Peak is located at a height of about 4,000 metres (13,000 ft) above sea level.