Tuesday, September 9, 2008

Ganesh Puja: Captured on road

Caught the festive mood on my way to Srisailam on bike. Enjoy!




5 comments:

Kamini said...

Very nice.
I am intrigued by your Himalaya trip. How will you do it? Also by bike?
Kamini.

Ravi Kumar said...

Hi Kamini,

I am backpacking to Himalayas. I will keep posting about it. Stay tuned!

Prabhu said...

Was a good reading.

--Prabhakar

hike himalayasik said...

In May we had wonderful days on the Annapurna-Dhaulagiri Himalayan mountain trek, it was an incredible experience and absolutely amazing!

So we would like to thank our fantastic and excellent Guide Mr sanjib Adhikari and we recommend him very strongly!

Sanjib is a very experienced and knowledgeable guide and leader. He speaks very good English and knows a lot about the Himalayas, terrain, cultures and religions. Route finding, organizing food and lodges could not be better. Sanjib is a gentle and very friendly young man who seems to have friends everywhere He also has a great sense of humors and we know from talking to him that he is just as familiar with the Everest region as the Annapurna.

We feel very lucky that we had as our guide and would love to have him again as our guide (his team) in the future!

Here are his contact details
Email-:sanjib-adhikari@hotmail.com
http://www.nepalguideinfo.com/
http://www.hikehimalayas.com/

hike himalayasik said...

Phone: 9779841613822
http://www.nepalguideinfo.com/
Address: Kathmandu
Annapurna Circuit Trek
This classic trek circles the entire Annapurna massif and in so doing offers a spectacular variety of people and landscapes, from lowland farming country to alpine meadows to the Tibet-like country on the northern slopes of the Himalaya.

We start in the foothills at Besi Sahar and rise after 6 days to the settlement of Manang at 3550 mt where we acclimatize and enjoy the mountain views from Manage. We continue to ascend and on day 12 of the trek we cross the famous Thorung La pass at 5416m, to Muktinath, an important pilgrimage site for Hindus and Buddhists religions .
From here we descend into the Kali Gandaki River, with Annapurna and Dhaulagiri towering on either side. End route back to Pokhara we pass through the many beautiful hill villages that populate this ancient trading route between Tibet and India. We also visit the hot springs at Tatopani, and climb up Poon Hill 3210 m, above Ghorapani, to enjoy magnificent mountain views. Accommodation and food is provided in the local lodges. Transport to Besi Sahar is by private coach and local bus .......... http://www.nepalguideinfo.com/Annapurna-circuit-Trek.php http://www.nepalguideinfo.com/
http://www.hikehimalayas.com/ Email-:sanjib-adhikari@hotmail.com +9779841613822

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