Tree plantation on the day of Valentines as a gift to Mother Nature. To mark Saint Valentines Day, few youths of Palampur Kandbari volunteered and planted some plants in temple premises of Langha Mata. Mr Vivek Sharma provided these pics and a short video. They planted five plants in temple premises. “वैलेंटाइन डे के उपलक्ष में पालमपुर कड़बारी के कुछ युवाओं ने लांघा माता जी के मंदिर परिसर में अखरोट आड़ू व अनार के पौधों का रोपण करके प्रकृति माता को वैलेंटाइन डे का उपहार भेंट किया, और इस पौधा रोपण में मंदिरपुजारी स्वामी वि गिरी, गौरव वालिया, रोहित वालिया और राहुल वालिया ने अपना-अपना योगदान दिया| ऐसे ही आप भी अपने क्षेत्र में पौधा रोपण करके प्रकृति के संरक्षण में अपना महत्वपूर्ण योगदान दें|”
Lahesh Cave to Indrahar Pass (Last time on December 2012 I’d witnessed a lone girl from Germany staying all night alone in cold Lahesh Cave and in the morning heading to Indrahar Pass. I’d followed her foot prints in snow and managed to climb up to 200 meters above Lahesh Cave but since I’d a terrible night in Illaqa I’d lost all strength to climb further, so I decided to enjoy the snowy views from there. As I was climbing down I’d met two more hikers heading to Indrahar Pass they even offered me their guidance but since I was … Continue reading →
Inside View of Lahesh Cave captured during our Lahesh Cave Clean Up 2. The interior is stuffed with empty bottles and plastic while outside also lots of bottles and non bio degradable trash is stuffed. This is in no way how a Responsible and True Hiker, Trekker and Mountain Climber or Nature Lover treats Nature!
During our first Indrahar Pass trek we noticed badly trashed vicinity and Lahesh Cave so decided to come back and clean up some of bit. Though our First attempt to Clean Up Lahesh Cave was success but still there were plenty of bottles stuffed around and we had planned our 2nd Lahesh Cave Clean Up drive by the end of 2013 but were barred due to sudden change in weather followed by snowstorm and hence 2nd drive was postponed till 2014. July 15th 2014, we conceptualized our second high mountain clean up drive. On July 20th left for Lahesh Cave … Continue reading →
Every-time we repopulate and build new human homes, we demolish the Home of Wild and do difficult to “undo” damage to Nature! We don’t shy from blaming Wildlife killing our livestock, our fellow humans BUT forget that it is us the Humans who have at first place encroached the space meant only for Wild! Royal Bengal Tiger