Monthly Archives: October 2011

Bhutan Royal Couple to Honeymoon in the ‘Incredible State of India’ [PHOTOS]

Bachu Khan, a Rajasthani artisan plays music for tourists at Gadisar Lake at Jaisalmer

A general view of the

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Posted by on October 17, 2011 in Travel


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Shimla, India: The queen of hills – Telegraph

DanceShimla was once the summer capital of the British Raj. But though its eccentric legacy survives, this Himalayan city has much more to offer than 19th-century memorabilia, says Diana Preston.

Shimla, India: The queen of hills – Telegraph.

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Posted by on October 17, 2011 in Uncategorized


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At 11 lakh, J&K tourist count best in 25 years – The Times of India



Jammu and Kashmir

At 11 lakh, J&K tourist count best in 25 years – The Times of India.

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Posted by on October 17, 2011 in Travel


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Mini Stove

Nice way to improvise a mini stove. Once our stove was not working because we took diesel instead of Petrol (Gasoline) or Kerosene and It didn’t work at all. Hope I had seen this video, we could have done some experiments.

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Posted by on October 12, 2011 in Adventure, Travel, Uncategorized


Travel deals India –

Shakti is offering the “Shakti Kumaon Village Experience” in Uttarakhand, India, where travelers can experience the country without forgoing Western comforts.

Cost: $1,307 per person, based on two or three adults.

What’s included: Accommodation in three village houses, meals and beverages, all activities, accompanying English-speaking guide, porters, car at disposal, all taxes, and roundtrip transfer between Kathgodam train station or Pantnagar airport and village houses.

When: Through April 30

Information: 1-866-401-3705 or

Travel deals to Brooklyn, Colorado and India –

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Posted by on October 10, 2011 in Uncategorized


Ghazal king Jagjit Singh dies at 70

Jagjit Singh dies at 70

Renowned ghazal singer, Jagjit Singh, 70, passed away at 8 am at Lilavati Hospital, Mumbai, where he had been admitted to on September 23 after suffering from a brain hemorrhage. Jagjit Singh is survived by his wife, Chitra Singh, and though the couple saw meteoric heights, it also experienced dark personal tragedies. Their only son, Vivek, died in a car crash in the early 90s; his stepdaughter from Chitra Singh’s first marriage, Monica, who was a tarot card reader, committed suicide in 2009.  Known as the ‘Ghazal King,’ Jagjit Singh’s personal tragedies gave his atmospheric, depressive soul-searching ghazals an emotional edge.

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Posted by on October 10, 2011 in Uncategorized


Steve Jobs and India

Amul's Tribute to Steve Jobs

Steve Jobs connects to everyone who uses modern technology because he is the one who enabled it. Here in India Steve has different connection – he visited India in his teens, Weekly free meal he used to have at Hare Krishna temple and others. Amul’s famous advertisement too paid their tribute to Steve.

RIP Steve

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Posted by on October 9, 2011 in Asides


My best three adventures till date !!! – Part 2

My Second Best adventure – Summit of Stok Kangri

I got an invitation for Trekking to join them for Stok Kangri Expedition, I also wanted to go but I had some urgent work to finish at home, so I have to say “No”. But in my heart, I was longing to say yes at once. Finally just a day before- when they were about to begin from Manali to Ladhakh I called him up and asked him to wait for me. I left Jaipur by the morning train and reachedDelhi and booked myself for the onward journey to Manali Read the rest of this entry »


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Leh Clouds

DSC_1158 by crisscrossingindia
DSC_1158, a photo by crisscrossingindia on Flickr.

View from the top of Leh Palace

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Posted by on October 8, 2011 in Uncategorized


My best three adventures till date !!!

As an adventurer lover and enthusiast i have been a participating adventure activities of all kind since my childhood. When I was a child i used to spend the my entire summer vacation in my mom’s village and I learnt the basic lessons of all adventure activities without any instructions. We use to swim, climb mountains, cycling, etc. Now they have become more organised, to show off on facebook that look I have been to these places and did all this and get comments on that.

My major activity area for my adventure activites is The Great Indian Himalayas of Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Uttharakhand and Sikkim. (Great Nepal Himalayas are next to explore). I have done rafting, cliff jumping, rapelling, trekking, high altitude trekking and mountaineering in them.

So my best three from many adventures are !!!!

1. Adventures of Basic Course

2. Stok Kangri Expedition (My Highest Altitude 6153M till date)

3. Successfull Unsuccessful Alpine Expedition to Mt. Panwali Dwar Read the rest of this entry »


Posted by on October 5, 2011 in Adventure, Photography, Travel


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