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The Baijnath temple has been continuously under worship ever since its construction in 1204 A.D. by two local merchants named Ahuka and Manyuka. The two long inscriptions in the porch of the temple indicate that a temple of Siva existed on the spot even before the present one was ...
... thriving long term backpacker and psy trance party theme, we even hoped that we might make it to one of the little festivals pop up in the mountains, but sadly for us we are too late as the season had already wound up and the winters chill has chased all the chilled out travellers who have probably moved down south to warmer climates to lie in a hammock and contemplate life away from the Manali winter. With many of the shops shutters drawn closed for the winter it’s a real shame ...
... girls needed this. How much it meant to them, to the whole team. At the end of the day, it's just money!! It's about making sacrifices for those things that are important and these girls quickly became important to us!
Another, equally emotional event that happened, was the arrival of our footy boots from New Zealand. After two months of negotiations and trying to get the paper worked signed off properly with them being held in customs, we ...
I was woken up by the loud banging on the door. It was the driver. I saw my phone. It was 4 am. We had booked a taxi to leave at 4:30. All the others were getting ready and nobody woke me up. They claimed they got tired of waking me up. I hurriedly got ready and took the front seat with my camera. The driver started telling that he was waiting since a long time. And every minute delay results in an exponential rise in traffic. He was right, we were goin ...
We only spent two days here so this will just be a short post giving an overview of Mcleodganj.
Many people will say that Dharamsala (of which Mcleodganj is a part of) is one of the few spiritual capitals in the world. With Mcleodganj being home to the Dalai Lama and many Tibetan monks, it's easy to see why. We came here for two days, but most people visit Mcleodganj with ...