Monday, November 12, 2012

Dhuddu Nacheya


Dhuddu nacheya Jatta o Khilarri: A beautiful folk song imagining Bholey Shankar in the state of total trance.
Could I ask for a better title?
This year I took two journeys into the very remote corners of Himachal Pradesh. One to Bharmour (A picturesque locale in the remore interiors of Chamba district), almost bordering Pakistan and other one was to Shrikhand Mahadev located in an even more arduous and unreachable interiors of Kullu district. Of course neither of the two journeys could have been possible without the help of my dad, who is very well versed with the treks of Himachal and also happens to be a keen trekker himself.
Anyway I am not at liberty to publish all the pictures as of now, however I did manage to steal a little glimpse exclusively for my blog..
Here’s a bunch of pictures from the Holy abode of lord Shiva.
Hope you like..
Bam Bholey Nath !

This man made the trip every bit worth it. A 70 something guy making us look like a rucksack full of potatoes when it came to hard-core trekking.

A beautiful little temple on our way!

Not just yum, these berries that grow in the wild, are believed to cure a lot of diseases.

Shumko, the lady who served us tea, oh so lovingly!

Bholey Shankar comes with a snake. He had just had a sumptuous meal by the way. That's why bulging in the middle.

The village we stayed at the night before!

My desi chums!

An Irish fellow traveler smoking pot (Confession: He didn't know that I was clicking his picture.)


Lazy Bastard!
That's right, you can fly in too!


See I wasn't kidding about the trek

Shrikhand Mahadev

Mani-Mahesh
And finally the place, where no matter who you are or what you do, you just know that it's time to bow.
The Kailash






13 comments:

Ameya said...

This is nice. You have just given me a stronger reason to visit Himachal and skip Goa this Christmas (:

Ameya said...

This is nice. You have just given me a stronger reason to visit Himachal and skip Goa this Christmas (:

Rahul said...

Nice Pictures...:)

Stutee Nag said...

@Ameya first of all thanks a ton for commenting here and not on my facebook and second of all sure,, GOA IS Nice but Himachal is new not everyone has explored it yet,,, come visit.. padharo mahre des lol,, on a serious note u will njoy,, I can vouch for it

Stutee Nag said...

@rahul.. Thanks for visiting,, keep coming back

Talitha said...

Envious green monster poking out her(his?) head!
I wanna go there!
It sounds so serene and peaceful...unlike here (Happy Diwali to you!)

Nishant Awasthi said...

the real un-explored himachal :) real good!!

Stutee Nag said...

@talitha I am sure u wont regret a visit to Himachal

Stutee Nag said...

@nishant Who would know better than you... Thank you!

Anukool shah said...

U seem to be a traveller too..you gotta guide for a trip to himachal soon..
And about the blog,i love it like always.

Stutee Nag said...

do u even have to ask.. guided u for ur goa trip,, dint I?

Stutee Nag said...

n it's high time u make a real profile anukool,, on google,,clearly u are from the ones who read,, and it will help

Rupali said...

Wow!