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A meeting with the critically endangered at Nubra valley

Ahead of the duped highest pass in the world lies Nubra valley i.e. the cold desert of Ladakh which although is a desert but lies at a stunning elevation of 10K feet, making it almost freezing beyond dusk. 613 more words


Myth busting around Khardung La

La stands for pass or route in Ladakhi language; Khardung is the name of a pass which is touted to be the world’s highest pass at 18380 feet from sea level and is also the world’s highest motorable road but unfortunately that is just a myth. 323 more words


Ladakh-ing memoirs

Ladakh has a lot of picturesque locales to offers; if you happen to have time to explore, then you must not miss these ones that I explored all in just one days bike ride. 465 more words


How to Get Leh-d !!

Leh, The Internet is flooded with stories in and around the place from every possible dimension, there’s barely anyone who’s unaware of the beauty. I had been planning since last year to get here and I even bought a bike in November last year just to ride to the place; As I was told that the road im gonna ride on, is the most beautiful road as per… 767 more words


How I Failed to reach Stok Kangri Summit!

As you go on reading this post, you will realize that there is nothing different which I am writing. Basic thumb rule of mountaineering is, “STICK TO THE BASICS” unless you are a gifted personality. 2,669 more words


Celebrating Independence day through decorations

A hard fought struggle for Independence by Indians which lasted for around a century culminated with formal declaration on midnight of 14th.-15th. August, 1947. Accordingly India celebrates its Independence Day every year on 15th. 334 more words

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