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The riding trails of Raj.

Crested with an ancient Bhima-Kali temple on the pinnacle (3200m), Shali is the highest peak in the vicinity of Shimla. Offering 360 degrees views of the snow capped Himalayan ranges to its North & East; Punjab Plains to the South & West, visit to the top of the peak can turn into a lifetime experience.

2hours 30 minutes of picturesque drive continues through quaint villages, with gushing streams, waterfalls, offering a deep insight into the rural Himalayan life.
The most primeval and fastest modes of transportation used by man werehorses. The local Rana of the area use to pay regular visit to the peak crested with a small temple dedicated to Goddess Bhima Kali, later on many British officials enjoyed this panoramic Himalayan ride to get to the top of Shali peak.

A 2.5 hour horse ride from the base of the peak passes through small countryside, a thick coniferous forest and finally gets to the top of Shali peak. One also gets a chance to admire the rich Himalayan flora and fauna here.

Buddhist Himalaya

Spiti, the very name conjures up images of a mystic land lost in time and space in the remote Himalayan Ranges. This once forbidden land steeped in Buddhism is one of the last remaining strongholds of the Tantric form of the faith. The breathtaking stark moonscape of the Spiti Valley with its ever-changing hues and its ancient spiritual culture transports one into an era gone-by.

From Shimla one drives up the ancient Hindustan Tibet Road, the second highest highway in the world, through Kinnaur, the land of the Gods, till Spiti. Explore Spiti with its ancient monasteries dotted in barren valleys. The trek to Chandratal, the Lake of the Moon is walking through the Greater Himalayas, truly unfolds the stunning magnificence of the surrounding landscape. This emerald lake lies in the midst of a high altitude meadow lined with magnificent peaks of the mighty Kunzum, Mulkila and Chandra Bagha Ranges. The two nights spent in tents on the banks of the lake treats one to an unforgettable night-sky that tempts one to reach out and touch the stars as they seem so near. One reluctantly departs this fairy land to join the road where motorized transport whizzes one to Manali to end an experience to cherish for a lifetime.

 

Tarikhango (Bhaba Pass) – Over the high mountains and unknown valleys.

The wilderness of northern Himachal Himalaya is endowed with brilliance of snow-capped mountains, lush green deep valleys and deep rooted Buddhist culture.  This in-turn provides an opportunity for adventure lovers to meanders through these Himalayan pathways!

With three days of acclimatization through Himalayan countryside, trek through the lush green meadows of Bhaba valley to cross Bhaba pass (4,898mt) and to enter into the cold Himalayan desert of Spiti, a district skirting the international border of Tibet. Retrace your journey with visit to some of the oldest monasteries in the Himalayas and drive over the highest motorable pass in Himachal Pradesh to conclude your Himalayan adventure.

Parang-la – Retracing the ancient Tibetan trade routes over the Great Himalayan range!

The land is so barren and the passes are so high that only the best friends or fiercest enemies would want to visit us.

-Ladakhiproverb

The barren Himalayan land of Ladakh, with its inhospitable terrain has been a stimulant for adventure lovers all around the world. The trek from Spiti to Ladakh over Parang-La is a voyage into heaven; also it is a test of fitness to march over 5,578mt (18,300ft). The waters of Tso-Moriri changes colors as the day progress and the barren, snow capped mountains resemble it with an imagination of an artist. Walking over the high mountain passes and revolving the prayer wheels of the fascinating monasteries, words cannot describe it’s all about experience.

Introduction
A stunning 12 day tour that combines sightseeing with a moderate ability trek to the beautiful lakes of Tarsar and Marsar – this tour is best undertaken between the months of May and October.
Day 01: Delhi – Chandigarh – Jammu
Leave Shimla/Delhi after breakfast by bus/train to Chandigarh – the afternoon will be spent visiting the amazing Rock Garden created by Nek Chand – before catching an overnight sleeper bus to Jammu.

Day 02: Jammu – Pahalgam

Arriving Jammu early next morning – the next leg of the journey will be made by Jeep travelling up through valleys of the Tawi and Chenab, through the Jawarhal Tunnel and into the lush green valley of Kashmir before arriving in Pahalgam – Kashmir’s premier summer resort. Many pleasant walks surround the town along the river Lidder and through the thick deodar tress – the smell of which is blissfully intoxicating. Overnight in hotel.

Day 03: Pahalgam – Aru

Leaving after breakfast we begin a 12km trek up the beautiful Lidder Valley to the small village of Aru situated at a height of 2408m, Aru is surrounded by lush green meadow and conifer spread mountains with occasional flashes of high, snow-covered peaks set against the blue sky. It is one of the most beautiful hill resorts in Kashmir – a serene and idyllic place where there still remain small hamlets of wood and stone houses, some of them built against the hillside in the typical Gujar-shepherd style. Overnight stay in tent/guesthouse.

Day 4: Aru – Lidderwat-Satlanjan (2410m/3050m/3150m)

Our trek today takes us to Satlanjan via Lidderwat the walk is a pleasant 5 to 6 hours through the Lidder Valley to our camping ground for the night – surrounded by stunning views of the Himalays Satlanjan is where the stream from the Kolahoi glacier. Overnight in tent.

Day 5: Satlanjan – Kolahoi glacier (3150m/ 3425m)
The Gujar Village at Satlanjan is most substantial in the Lidder Valley. You can explore the surrounding ridges later in the day. From there you will appreciated the profile of the upper Lidder Valley. The peak of Kolahoi (5423m) is high above the opposite valley it is known locally as Gashibrar (the Goddess of light) and was first climbed in 1912 via the east ridge. Overnight tent.

 Day 6: Satlanjan – Lidderwat – Sikiwas (3150m/3050/3450m)
From the Gujar village now we will flow the direction of Sikiwas via lidderwat. Our trek takes us to Sikiwas situated at 3800m above sea level – it is a place where one can really appreciate the beauty of the Himalays with stunning views of gorgeous flower filled meadows and high peaks.

Day 7: Sikiwas/ Jarsar/ Sikiwas (3450m/3900m/3450m)
Tarsar is a glacial lake about three km long and, at its maximum one km wide. It is enclosed on three sides by snow ridges up to 1000 metres above the waters edge. Overnight in tent.

Day 8: Sikiwas – Lidderwat –Aru (3450m/ 3050m/2410m)
Lidderwat be used as a base for treks to the Kolahoi glacier and Tasar lake. Both stages are quite long. That is why we camp higher at Satlanjan for the Kolahoi glacier trek and at Sikiwas for the Tarsar Lake Trek. Some time it is not possible then we do early start are to reach Kolahoi or Tarsar and return Lidderwat before nightfall. Over night in Tent.

Day 9: Aru – Srinagar - Pahalgam (2410m/1800m)
We will take by Jeep to Srinagar via Pahalgam. There we can have rest in very nice house boat. You may wish to extend your days. Over night stay in House boat.   

D)  JEEP SAFARI:
Jeep safari are conducted for western and Indian tourists who wish to explore more and more areas of Himachal. Jeep safari enfolds visit to Historical, archaeological, religious, heritage and prominent tourist destinations. It offers opportunity to utilize resources in angling in still water and trout fish catch in cold water running streams. Visit to the national Himalayan Flora and Fauna will be rewarding and tempting.
Short treks to Himalayan snow lakes, peas and passes, waterfalls and unexplored valleys can be an enjoying feast for an adventure. Bird watching, star gazing and eco trekking

trails can be an added attraction. Himachal Pradesh has lot to offer to the tourists who wish to enjoy the beauties of Himachal in a limited time frame. The arid land of Lahul & Spiti, Leh and Ladakh, Kinnaur, upper Shimla and Pangi region of Chamba district are a part of the tribal belt. A unique blend of civilization, cultural traditions and rituals performed by the inhabitants of these regions are yet unscratched by the outside world. One can closely peep into the interior areas in the valleys and study the lifestyle of the tribal people. Each region has a district culture, customs and dialects but the people are very hard working, simple lovable and hospitable . People of these regions are by and large Buddhists.

This is a most popular feep safari to one of the remotest region of Himachal Pradesh –          kinnour & Spiti valleys. Visit remote valley, ancient villages and cross over high           mountain passes with spectacular views of snow capped peaks, russed terrain and famous old monasteries of Spiti valley.
                                                                                                                       
              Region covered_: Shimla, Sarahan,Sangla Valley,Nako Lake, Tabo, Lalung,                          Dhankhar, Pin Valley, Mudh , Kungri, Ki, Kibher, Kunzam Pass Chandertal,                                Rohtang Pass and Manali.

            Day .1. Shilmla –Sarahan (                   )
A fantastic drive on old Hindustan Tribet road ondeed through beautiful valleys and colourful mountains from a distance of great Himalayan Ranges with its more than  50 Km. snow capped range do mesmerize one who will be driving for about day by day with the presence of this majestic view. Reach Rampur and further to Sarahan the beautiful palces of Bhimakali Temple.
Over night hotel in Sarahan.

Day .2 . Sarahan –Sangla( 2680m)
Visit the Bhimakali Temple in the morning and then travel to the beautiful Sangla valley. Sangla valley is famous for natural beauty and visit the fort at the Kamru village.overnight hotel in sangla.

Day.3. Sangla –Chitkul –(3450m)
We start morning from Sangla to chitkul through the left bank of Baspa river Chitkul village is situated like flat ground left side high mountain and beautiful house around green fields. you relise youself as staying with the over laps of nature.
Over night hotel in Chitkul.

Day.4. Chitkul –Kalpa ( 2960 m)
After visiting Baspa valley we turn off from Karcham to Reocong Peo. Reocong Peo is District Headquater of kinnour. We visit around the market foer one hour.After drive half & hour  takes you to kalpa where you will have a majesty view of Kinner Kailash mountion range.
There are also couple of buddist monasteries around kalpa. over night hotel in kalpa

Day.5. Kalpa –Nako (3662m)
Enjoy the finest view of snow cpped kinner koilash and we drive toard to Nako. we visit through the small villages of kinnour valley until reach to Nako. Nako is beautifu village. it is situated near lake. Over Night hotel in Nako.

Day 6 Nako –Tabo (3050m)
We cross the yang thang pass we drive from the high mountain of Pirpanjol ranges where orgin satluj river  and his attributes.After few hour drive we enter in spiti valley with beautiful view of snow capped mountain and reac-hed in Tabo. Check the hotel and visit ancient monastery which is famous for wall painting and mural it is also known as ‘Ajanta of Himalaya’.

Day.7. Tabo-Dhankhar –Mudh- (3700m)
After breakfast we drive Tabo to Pinvally and one the way visit to Dhankhar monastery which is famous for on beauty. After visiting Monastery we enter in Pinvalley which knows as land of ibex and snow leopard. Few hours  drive we reached in last village of Pin Valley (Mudh)
Over night hotel in Mudh.

Day.8. Mudh –kungri –Kaza (3660m)
After Breakfast we leave for kungri monastery it is isolated 700 year old monastery in Pin Valley in spiti. Pin Valley is one of the most beautiful Valley in Spiti. After pin valley we drive toward To Kaza .Over Night hotel in  Kaza .

Day 9. Kaza- Ki- Kibber- Kaza ( 3660m)
After Breakfast we visit around Kaza. where you find beautiful hotel and small market. After Kaza we travel to Ki monastery explore the monastery and visit to kibber known as the higest inhabit village in the world.Later we come back to kaza.
Over Night hotel Kaza.

Day .10.Kaza –Chandratal
Early breakfast we leave Kaza in the morning and drive through the western Spiti landscap cross the Kanjam Pass. Near batal we trun off to Chandratal Lake. Reached afternoon the Lake.
Explore the lake and we set camp near the Lake.

Day 11. Chandertal –Manali
Travel to Manali over the Rohtang Pass the drive provides you to same spectacular view of Chandra Valley. After a quiet Journey to Spiti Valley we reached in hill town of Manali.

Himachal Pradesh is the most popular and easily accessible of all India’s hill states stretching from the plains of the Punjab in the south to the mountains of the Great Himalayan range in the north. It is home to a diverse mixture of landscapes from lowland orchards and alpine meadows to barren high altitude deserts and soaring peaks in excess of 6000m. Due to the geography of this terrain these natural boundaries enable each district to retain its own distinctive culture and identity.
Most travellers head first to Shimla the state capital and former home to the British Government in India until 1947. Situated at an altitude of 2130m and affording great views over to the Pir Panjal and the Great Himalayan ranges Shimla still retains a British feel with buildings like Christ Church, the Viceregal lodge and the Gaiety Theatre on the Mall. At the same time the chaotic colourful bazaar that tumbles down the hillside from The Ridge ensures that Shimla does retain an authentic Indian feel to it. A favourite destination for Indian families and honeymooners it is also the starting point for many treks and tours to the remote regions of Kinnaur and Spiti.

Since opening up to tourists in 1992 the Kinnaur Valley north of Shimla has been a popular destination for travellers. Situated on the mighty Sutlej River near to the Tibetan border the scenery ranges from alpine meadows and pine forest, to terraces of maize and orchards and on to the spectacular jagged mountain peaks of the Kinner-Kailash massif. Leading off the main valley just below Kalpa the Baspa Valley is one of Kinnaur’s most beautiful and secluded areas although the lower end of the valley is dominated by large hydroelectric projects the scenery beyond Sangla remains unspoilt and offers many fine walking opportunities. Although Hinduism is the prominent religion in this area the influence of Tibetan Buddhism is felt with fluttering prayer flags, half timber-stone houses and temples which are found in even the smallest of settlements. Our tours to this region include the Kinner-Kailash Parikrama, Bhaba Pass trek and Kinner/Spiti Jeep Safari.

The Spiti Valley like Kinnaur before 1992 lay off limits to foreign tourists - for 130km from near the Tibetan border the River Spiti winds its way up the valley through a desolate barren landscape of mountain deserts and gorges. Surrounded by huge peaks and at an average elevation of 4500m Spiti retains a remote feel with hamlets of mud and timber house and picture postcard monasteries dotted across the landscape. Neighbouring Lahaul across the Kunzum Pass is similar in climate and terrain but whereas almost all Spitians are Buddhists of Tibetan origin in Lahaul religion is split 50/50 between Buddhism and Hinduism with agriculture playing an important part in village life. Both regions are best visited between June and October before heavy snow closes the passes for winter our tours in these areas include the Chandratal Lake trek, Pin Parvati trek and Kinnaur/Spiti Jeep Safari.

South of the Rohtang Pass the gateway to Lahaul lies the fertile Kullu Valley situated on the River Beas and surrounded by the Pir Panjal, Pin Parvati and Barabhangal mountain ranges it is Himachals number one tourist destination. A favourite of adventure sport enthusiasts the valley offers white water rafting, mountain biking and trekking in a picturesque landscape of thick pine forests, roaring rivers and rocky snow capped peaks. In spite of the growth of tourism the hard working and relatively prosperous local community have managed to retain their distinct way of life known as paharis or hill people the men still wear the distinctive Kullu cap whilst the women are easily identifiable in their colourful headscarves and long home spun garments secured with large silver pins and chains. Our tours in this region include the Beas Kund, Chandrakhani and Pin Parvati treks latter two starting and finishing in the Parvati Valley the longest tributary of the Beas. Meandering as far as the ice and snowfields of the Spiti border the Parvati Valley offers excellent trekking opportunities in an idyllic landscape of quiet hamlets, pine forests and hot springs. Although industry has encroached on the lower reaches of the valley there is strong local pressure to camouflage any future development in order to retain the quiet charm of this region.

All our treks and tours can be adapted to suit your itinerary and can be combined with other tours to offer you an experience that you will never forget in this fascinating part of India.

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Popularly known as the Devbhumi ­– "Land of the Gods", Himachal Pradesh is a beautiful hill state in India, nestles in north-west region of western Himalayas. The state is landlocked with the Tibetan plateau to the east, Jammu and Kashmir to the north, and the Punjab to the west. However, the state stands apart from its neighbours in terms of its sheer topographic diversity and breathtaking pristine natural beauty. From vast tracts of high-altitude Trans-Himalayan desert to dense green deodar forests, from apple orchards to cultivated terraces, from snow capped high Himalayan mountain ranges to snow fed lakes and gushing rivers.

This unique conversation lasted for two solid hours as the angel shared magnificent truths from the Word of God with me. He discussed the
unfolding plan of God for the entire world and brought me warm feelings from God's own heart as to the concern he has for people. His love for
people is so great; He is a lot more interested in them than He is in procedure! He LOVES people!
The angel gave me information which went in many different directions, but there was a keynote which the Lord emphasized to me that followed all
the way through, and at first I wasn't certain how to relate this message until one night three weeks later, he returned, bringing more beautiful truths
from God on the same subjects. I wanted to see what he looked like, but again I could only see the outline of this heavenly being in the darkness of
our bedroom.
The morning following the second visit, my wife asked me if we had another visitor during the night, because she said while she did not hear
anything, she was aware of the real warmth of God's presence filling the room.
There is something so awesome about God sending these special messengers with words from heaven that I feel a tremendous responsibility in
sharing this. We are living in a beautiful time and a great awakening is happening throughout the world. Along with the great move of the Holy Spirit,
there are also renewed attacks by the enemy against the work of God.
In an effort to get at God and to try to hurt him, satanic forces are attacking the home, which is the closest thing on earth to God's heart. Homes are
hurting and many times they do not understand why. This attack is more than just an attack on the home for every time you find a new chapter about
to be opened in God's great work, you will find increased satanic activity. The enemies of God are following a practice that began a long time ago.
In talking about these satanic attacks, the angel brought to my mind the ways the enemy fought in times past. When Moses was born and the plan of
God began to unfold so that the children of Israel would be brought out of the land of Egypt, God prepared a small child whose mother recognized
that he was very special and Satan made an effort to fight against God's plan.
Satan didn't know whom God had chosen, so he put it into the heart of the king to kill every child below a certain age so that he could get rid of the
one baby who was going to have a definite part in the unfolding of God's plan.
Another time was when a decree was given in Shushan. The enemy knew that the time was almost here for the great deliverance of Israel, so he
worked through the heart of a man named Haman. A decree went out that all of the Jews were to be slain. Again the enemy tried to stop God's plan,
but he did not succeed.
When Jesus was born, the greatest chapter of all times began to unfold. Again the satanic forces said, "We have to stop him. He is God's own Son.
We have to stop this deliverer, but we don't know where he is." They inquired, "Where is he? Where is he going to be born?"
If Satan could have read minds, all he would have had to do was to go to the shepherds or the wise men and read their minds, but they weren't
telling! He discovered the general area, so that same satanic force went into operation. Once again all the babies were killed. But Jesus wasn't
there!
In our day, there is a beautiful new chapter unfolding as God is bringing into focus families of the earth. He is letting them know that his plan of
salvation, a principle he put into operation years and years ago, is not just a plan for a single person. He reserves a place for the whole family, but
each member must individually be born again.

Who Is Roland Buck?
Born: Everett, Washington, June 13, 1918
Graduated from Northwest College, Seattle, WA, 1939
Pastored churches in Granger and Yakima, WA, and Gooding and Boise, Idaho.
Pastor of Central Assembly of God Christian Life Center, Boise, Idaho, from 1950 present.
Average Sunday morning attendance in 1978 was about
1800.
Married Charmian Jacobson, June 13, 1942
Born Again spiritually in 1929, and received the baptism with the Holy Spirit at the same time.
Charmian was Born Again at age 10, and received the baptism with the Holy Spirit at age 21.
This is the true story of an ordinary man who has experienced an extraordinary series of events.
When we first heard of Roland Buck, we had been sharing the story of how God had placed a special warrior angel with us to protect us from the
fiery darts of the devil until Jesus comes back. A couple asked us, "Have you heard about the pastor in Boise, Idaho, who has been having
visitations from angels? They have been talking to him and bringing messages from God."
Even in these days when the supernatural power of God is more in evidence than ever before, this shocked us; especially when Doug and Ruth told
us that Gabriel was the one who brought the messages! For a moment it sounded like the most wayout
statement we had ever heard, but somehow
or other, there was such a ring of truth to it that we had a hungering created in our hearts to hear more!
Our busy schedule kept us from calling this pastor to find out any of the details, but in God's perfect plan he kept nudging and nudging us to contact
Roland Buck about writing a book. We were still too bogged down with other work, so we didn't do it! Then God really got busy when we continued
being too busy! He brought a couple down to Houston from Sitka, Alaska, who had stopped by Eugene, Oregon, and picked up a series of "angel"
tapes they wanted us to listen to. They were bubbling over because they had listened to these tapes all the way from Oregon to Texas. All they
could say was, "You've got to listen to them you've
got to listen to them!"
And listen we did! Every time we got in the car, the tape player came on with another angel tape. At night when we went to bed, we went to sleep
listening to "angel" tapes, until one Friday afternoon Charles said, "I am utterly compelled to call Pastor Buck to see if we can interview him with the
idea of writing a book. These messages from the angels are so fantastic, the entire world needs to hear them." Frances was equally fascinated with
the idea of angels talking to an individual, so we both went to the telephone to make the call.
Pastor Buck immediately invited us to minister in his church in the evenings and said he would be more than happy to cooperate with interviews in
the daytime. Although he assured us that the heart of the messages the angels had given him were on the tapes we had listened to, he said there
might be some extras we would be interested in hearing. We could hardly wait to get there!
We arrived on a Sunday evening just minutes before the church service, and afterwards we went out for a bite to eat with Roland and Charmian
Buck. If there had been any skepticism in our hearts before then, it was gone as he began to share from his heart some of the beautiful truths the
angels have brought to him directly from God.
That evening was followed by two days of interviews in which we saw the heart of a man who said, "I want God to be in focus and glorified. I do not
want any glory for myself." We asked him many of the questions you might ask: "Was it an unusual day when you had the first experience?" He said,
"No, it was just an ordinary, runofthemill
day before I went to bed that night. Angels are the last thing I would have thought of when I sat up in
bed."
We were both fascinated with his knowledge, not only of the Bible, but of the scriptural references as well. It seemed his total conversation was
direct from the Word of God! We asked him if he had always had the good memory which he has had since he returned from the Throne Room. He
said, "I would have to say 'no.' Before this experience I had to use the scriptures that I knew, so I studied and read the Bible over and over again. I
have been in the ministry many, many years, and I always had to use a concordance to look up verses, but for the 2,000 verses God gave me I don't
have to do that any more. I don't even have to read them from the Bible when I speak, because I JUST KNOW THEM!"

 

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