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rivers

Tweet Panna National park is one of the most beautiful national parks I have visited in India. It has a river, it has a waterfall and it has a fort inside the park. It is just 26 km from Khajuraho and the road leading to the park is good. The same can’t be said for [...]

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Tweet I recently spent some time at Rishikesh. It was a college trip and three faculty members were there. We would often go out for a walk. There was a bridge close to our camp. The troble was that it had wire meshes all over. So even though I would get good elevation I could [...]

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Tweet They say there are two reasons why people visit Rishikesh- rafting and religion. I managed to get both in one frame. This was clicked after we completed our rafting near Ram Jhula. Rafting and Religion at Rishikesh I have to admit I have been keen on rafting. This time I was told by my [...]

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Tweet I have already discussed my reaching Joshimath and my rest day at Joshimath. About time I started writing the trek account. To start the trek I needed to reach Govindghat fromJoshimath. Sohan Singh ji (my guide on this trek as well as Kuari Pass Trek) recommended the start time of 7.00 am. He said [...]

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Tweet I am now back from conCLAY held at Baiguney at Sikkim. It is a Club Mahindra event. The weather was awesome considering it was the monsoon time. If you search the net for Baiguney you get a lot of information about the Retreat by Zuri, it is now a Club Mahindra property and no [...]

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Tweet My complete rafting article is now up at Gonomad. There were seven rafts in all from our camp and here is what happened at ‘The Wall.’ And then we saw the raft in front of us! It had flipped and everyone was thrown out in the water. We turned back, there was another raft [...]

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