trekking industry in india
Nimbu Singh, a Nepali Mountain guide based in Manali has now been trekking since 2 long decades. He has literally seen the trekking industry evolve. "I've seen the industry boom like anything! Back in the day only a handful of foreigners and few indian enthusiasts were familiar with the concept of trekking, now every tom, dick and harry wants to...
Rafting gets banned on Ganga, What about the religious rituals?
At this point of time in the 21st century, we are well versed with what is ruining our environment, what is polluting our air and water and we are even intelligent enough to talk about it's negatives, conduct campaigns and drives against it. But! Are we actually doing anything at all? Few weeks back many public figures took up...
Intimating History of Chittorgarh When the aroma of romance and the stains of blood intervene together, then the essence of enriched Rajasthani culture can be felt. Rajasthan is the reflection of bravery, pride and true love of Indian heritage. Every corner of the state screams the story of epic rulers and their astonishing courage. From the assembly of all the...
Trip to Gujarat's Salt Desert Gujarat is a cultural and economical joint, where life has a different tempo. The state where the charming view of Sabarmati River and isolated desert of Kutch, both blooms together. In past few years, Gujarat has been in news because of numerous political and economical reasons. But, for the tourist's salty marsh desert of Kutch...
Chadar Trek- A Frozen River Pathway From the adventurous collection of different trekking routes, one of the oldest and sophisticated trek route is Chadar Trek. This 105 km trek is summoned on the frozen Zanskar river which converts into the fine snow sheet in winters. As winters for the natives of Zanskar Valley are bit cruel. The thick walls of...