This was but a fleeting moment for my first real awesome view of Mount Everest. It was a commercial flight out of Kathmandu and as the plane turned Everest peaked for just maybe 5 or 10 seconds. Luckily I was ready camera in hand 📷
Mount Everest, Kathmandu, Nepal
The great thing about Mountains is that we all are equal there, mountains treat us equally..
There is nothing like rich people or poor people..
There is nothing like white or black people..
There is nothing like old or young people..
There is nothing like fat or slim people..
There is nothing like higher castes or lpwer castes.
There is nothing like any religion, Mountain is itself a religion.
Mountains have their own way of teaching.
We all have to cross the same path.
We all get tired and frustrated.
We all feel the same happiness once we reach to the top.
We all feel the tears of joy when we do something which we never thought of.
So once in your lifetime try to climb the mountain just to feel this equality which you won't get in your city for sure.😊 ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖Trek to Prashar Lake
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Dates - 3rd and 4th March, 2018
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Well, this is a typical eye ball grabbing shot ain't it?
Most of the viewers will love it because of the obviously stunning landscape and the yearning desire to be here and now and how!
Such is the beauty of our planet Earth.
It's a petty that we all see it at our own convenience.
Every year Himalaya is experiencing crisis. It is critical to remind ourselves that prosperity of human population in the Indian subcontinent largely depends on the glaciers and the perennial hydrologic system- rivers. Without Himalaya, our subcontinent would be arid landmass, poor soil, no agricultural land.
The image was shot on Zach pass (13200ft) crossing over to Gangbal from Satsar.
There are many Alpine lakes in Kashmir valley which are remnant of the Tethys Sea. During the continental drift the Indian plate made a collision with Tibetian landmass, resulting in elevation of the present day Himalaya. Gangbal and Nundkul are those ancient lakes which must have been formed around 20-25 million years ago. The very prominent peak above Nundkul is Harmukh (5142m)
Once upon a time, during Herath(MahaShivratri) Kashmiri Hindus used to come here and perform religious ceremonies to worship Shiva.
Harmukh stands tall for it helped the members of the Trigonometric survey to look at the Karakoram ranges and thus discovering the two most important peaks Masherbrum (K1) and Mt. Godwin-austen (K2)
Ghandruk, the famous Gurung village at 2,010m, is located northwest of the lakeside city of Pokhara. It is accessible in one day, with a four to five hour walk after a short ride from the city. Given that the small village is on the much used trail to the Annapurna Sanctuary or the Annapurna Base Camp, it claims to be the most visited trekking area in Nepal, and is widely known and popular among international visitors.