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Education Can Stop Animal Sacrifice


It was a sunny summer morning in the Himalayan valley. The whole village of Solang Nala was geared up for the annual fare. A jostling colourful and noisy crowd appeared magically from behind the little mounds, hills and rocks. 809 more words

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Six reasons not to climb Mount Everest, and stay home instead.

The Himalayan mountaineering season begins this week and lasts until May, but following some research I’ve just done, I’ll definitely be opting to stay within the safety of my home this spring. 412 more words


Jai Valley

Jai Valley is one of the most enchanting valleys in Bhaderwah, situated at a distance of about 35 km from Bhaderwah. This 6 km long valley is a popular tourist attraction. 177 more words


Droughts threaten high-altitude Himalayan forests

By Jane Qui

Forests at high-altitudes in the Himalayas and Tibetan Plateau are at risk of dying off or retreating downslope as a result of climate change, threatening the region’s rich biodiversity, researchers warn. 816 more words


fiction favorites...Cloud Tea Monkeys

Cloud Tea Monkeys, by Mal Peet and Elspeth Graham, illustrated by Juan Wijngaard
first published in the U.S. in 2010 by Candlewick Press

High in the thin air of the Himalayas, Tashi lives with her mother in a tiny village. 302 more words


The Wildflower Experience.

So it has been very long since I my last posted on the blog. What can I say, ADULTHOOD got to me, with work and Mr. 1,510 more words


Sky Kept Falling...

Sky Kept Falling…

Our photography tour had ended. All had left, except me and my close friend and supporter Shrinivas.

We spent almost entire day going through the little gullies of the town, meeting many people discussing and then ruminating on many ideas. 361 more words