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Sunday, October 08, 2006

Munsyari Khalia Top Part 7

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the photons were playing strange games with the camera

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a view of the peak on the left side of panch chuli

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panch chuli - yudhishtir peak

pretty soon, i finished my prasad - 3 pooris, some saag (vegetables) and sweets.

drove down to munsyari, which is around 10-11 kms from the temple. it was totally dark. stayed in the trc (tourist rest centre) of kmvn (kumaon mandal vikas nigam).
ganga ram had come to meet me. he said that he will arrange everything for tomorrow. had a light dinner. then it was zzzzzz .. snoreee for the night. i was sooooooo tired after travelling non stop. but in 26 hrs i had reached munsyari from madras (chennai).

just closed my eyes and zonked off.

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next morning, i got up at around 7 am. had slept straight through without blinking an eyelid. opened the window and looked outside. this was the view that greeted me.

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these peaks represent (l to r) - yudhishtir, bhim, arjun and nakul

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these represent (l to r) - arjun, nakul and sahdev

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the sun rises from behind these peaks. also, behind these peaks lies darma valley.

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the five brothers

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another pic of panch chuli.

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the kmvn trc where i had spent the night.
my room was on the ground floor. so u can jump out of the window and land in the garden.

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in the distance u can see the burphu peaks. the gorge below is that of the gori ganga river. last year i had gone on this route to milam village. earlier, it was a major trading village with tibet and had 500 families. now just a few ruins and an itbp camp. hopefully, the trade will be restarted in a few years. then the prosperous days will return again.

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dew drop.

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a flower in the garden

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now this is a beautiful office. some chaps have all the luck

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the trc.

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peak behind the trees

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wasp

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hmm, i would not have noticed that without the camera

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peaks above ralam village - that area is a trekkers paradise

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the sun finally rises behind the peaks


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7 Comments:

Blogger anadimukherjee said...

Hi Prashant,

We stayed in that KMVN, TRC at Munsiyari. Our room was on 1st floor corner. If you head down the road from the bus stand, towards the town, within 20 ds you will see a small eatery (husband and wife run) on your right side. My wife taught the lady to make bengali "aloor dum". I am sure she can make that tasty dish anytime now.

Sunday, March 4, 2007 at 1:56:00 AM GMT+5:30  
Blogger Prashant Joshi said...

hi,
are u talking about Bilju restaurant?

Sunday, March 4, 2007 at 2:46:00 AM GMT+5:30  
Anonymous anadimukherjee said...

I dont know the name of the restaurant. There was a black dog that kept rolling around. It had a small veranda with two wooden benches.

Nothing like uttarakhand

Sunday, March 4, 2007 at 3:35:00 AM GMT+5:30  
Blogger Prashant Joshi said...

might be bilju.even they had a bhotia pet dog. but then everyone keeps a bhotia dog there

Sunday, March 4, 2007 at 3:38:00 AM GMT+5:30  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hey


Just saying hello while I read through the posts


hopefully this is just what im looking for looks like i have a lot to read.

Sunday, April 11, 2010 at 8:29:00 AM GMT+5:30  
Blogger manolin * said...

boss, this is excellent stuff. planning to go to munsiyari this december.


betwn small doubt: how do the pics show up in larger size than the default size on your blog. As i try to post and all my pics get posted in 800x600 only.

Thursday, December 2, 2010 at 2:13:00 AM GMT+5:30  
Blogger Prashant Joshi said...

Hello manolin,

You can use photobucket. Upload slightly larger size pics (1200 * 800) onto PB. then you can make them public and get their image urls. Then you can put the image urls in the html of the blog post.

Thursday, December 2, 2010 at 2:30:00 AM GMT+5:30  

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