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July 2019
Zoji La is a high mountain pass in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir, located on National Highway 1 between Srinagar and Leh in the western section of the Himalayan mountain range. It separates Kashmir Valley to its west from Dras Valley to its northeast. “Zojila Pass” is a misnomer and the suffix “Pass”...
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Roop Laal Thakur is from Palampur. He is 39 years old. He is the head cook in Yolo camping. Before Yolo, he had his Bhojnalay on NH 154 that goes from Mandi to Pathankot. He is a good-hearted person who likes to do things on his own. He has seven people in his house. A...
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Ladakh is known as the land of high passes and is home to some of the roads located at the highest altitudes. Here are some of them: Umling La or Umlingla Pass – 5,883 metres or 19,300 feet In 2017, BRO built and opened, the world’s highest road over Umlingla pass or Umling La connecting...
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The seaside town is known for Dutch, Portuguese, and British colonial architecture and Chinese fishing nets on the beach has many sites to explore. The port town is pretty small and three to four days are good enough to explore the place on foot. Here are things to see while in this cultural hub: 1. Behold the...
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The Indus River is the only river that is home to Platanista indicus minor, also known as the Indus River Dolphin (or blind dolphin). It is a type of river dolphin, which is one of the most threatened cetaceans on the planet. The Indus River is among the longest rivers in Asia. Originating in Tibet,...
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Bablu Ali is 43 years old. He is from Kohora. Initially, he hustled for many years in a corporate job. Due to the strict and rigid working culture, he left the job at Jorhat. Later, he felt he could be a good safari expert in the Kaziranga National Park. After getting a vehicle on credit,...
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Thimphu is the largest city in the Kingdom of Bhutan. In 1961, Thimphu officially became the capital of Bhutan when it replaced Punakha which was considered the ancient capital. The culture of Bhutan is fully reflected in Thimphu and to experience Bhutan culture, we have come up with a list of things to do in...
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There are many myths and legend associated with how Rohtang Pass got its name. Some say the pass is named after the mighty mountain ranges that serve as a link between Kullu and Lahaul valleys. And since it’s the only point of connection between the valleys, some say the gods themselves made the pass. The...
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While in the town of Alleppey, the must-do is spending a night or two on the backwaters in a houseboat. The journey starts at around 11 am and ends the next day at around the same time. Be sure to bargain for a good deal while you fix your houseboat stay. The stay includes lunch,...
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Suresh Singh is 23 years old. He is pursuing his degree in computer science from Moirang college. He belongs to Thanga village. When he is free from his studies, Singh takes people around Loktak Lake for sightseeing. His family has a tourism business of providing guides to the tourists and local sightseeing via a boat...
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