Tag Archive: Himalayas

Saurkundi Pass-A backpack’s journey up the Himalayas

It was a dream. A dream conjured from just an image; a miserable reproduction in which the jagged peaks stood white against a grotesquely blackened and scratched sky. But it didn’t matter, for… Continue reading

The Prodigal Sun

“How sweet the morning air is! See how that one little cloud floats like a pink feather from some gigantic flamingo. Now the red rim of the sun pushes itself over the London… Continue reading

The unusual prospects !

“Its all in the eye of the onlooker.”  A change of view could easily manoeuvre a change in perception, bring in the essence of depth or the embedded shallowness.  To look at the world through a… Continue reading

Well, it wasn’t my honeymoon at Kullu-Manali !

The Saurkundi Pass trekking expedition was indeed a lifetime experience. I had a little more than a couple days to spare before undertaking my journey back to New Delhi. There wasn’t a concrete… Continue reading