The rainy season grows now with each day, and the moon grows bigger too, signaling that it's now nearly time for Janai Purnima, the fullmoon of the Janai. It is a tme when high Brahmins change the sacred thread or Janai that adorns their chests, worn all the year.
For the extreme pilgrim and lover of Shiva Mahadev, it is a time to take a rain-filled, masachistic march up to Gosaikund (Cow-Lake), in Rasuwa District of the Langtang Mountains. Literally…Continue
Added by Nepal Travel Blogs on August 3, 2011 at 11:44am — No Comments
With a slow, tentative effort I was down, mules included; though I’d no idea how? My feet and ankles were swollen; every part of my body ached from the tension. I was dusty, knackered, dishevelled but I brimmed with a deep sense of pride. After navigating the ancient salt route, I was stood at…Continue
In 2006 I embarked on a trekking adventure into Nepal, lured by the mighty Himalaya and the prospect of walking a region relatively untouched by Western influence. Granted I still got the odd BP solar panel and Mars bar but what this trek offered was the chance to go culturally much further than…Continue
So you think you know about trekking in Nepal? Well, let me tell you about a fabled land, a land hidden deep within the Himalayas. A magical, secluded land situated in the highest, most Northern district of Nepal... Let me tell you about Humla.
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Added by Dhruba Kumar Adhikari on September 18, 2010 at 6:00pm — No Comments