Tuesday, December 22, 2009
Monday, December 21, 2009
P.S. I've a whole series of photographs from this angle captured in last 9 months. Will post them sometime :).
Friday, December 18, 2009
Some of today's captures :)
Life milegi ya tawe pe fry hoga!!!
Tuesday, December 15, 2009
Today is my best buddy
Hey 'Raja', I wish you many many happy returns of the day. God bless you my dear and I wish all your dreams come true :)
Time will get to our side soon and there are lot many rides to be ridden together.
P.S. Photo courtesy - Tushar
Sunday, December 13, 2009
Sunday, December 06, 2009
Friday, December 04, 2009
Winter is already here and I was yet to see some snow topping over the
So a quick ride to the Garhwal hills which lasted only for a day but not to mention about the experience of those awesome twisties and the nostalgia of riding the same old stretch of NH-58 which leads to
Pauri and Lansdwone were the places where I wanted to ride since long. And Satpuli is the another place in-between.
I missed Lansdwone because of a flat tyre some 15-20 kilometers before it which killed 2 precious hours. It was already dark then and I was in a hurry to reach
Most locations in Pauri Garhwal offer a breathtaking view of the snow laden Himalayan Splendour and is full of scenic valleys. Pauri has an altitude of about 1800 meters and is the district head quarter of Pauri-Garhwal.
Pauri also provides a panoramic view of the snow covered Himalayan peaks of Nandadevi & Trisul,Gangotri Group,Thalaiya- sagar,Neelkanth, Bandar Poonch, Swarga-Rohini, Kedarnath, kharcha Kund, Satopanth, Chaukhamba, Ghoriparvat, Hathiparvat and Sumeru etc.
It is a lovely village Hill Station on Pauri-Kotdwar road on the banks of Nayyar River.
A very good Friend 'Saurabh' is from Satpuli and HERE is his newly developed website on Satpuli. You will get all required information from there.
It is the quietest Hill Station close to Delhi and is only 300 kilometers away. It is at an altitude of 1700 meters and is full of Oak and Pine trees.
The Kotdwar-Lansdwone stretch is laid with awesome twisties and very good tarmac.
My friend ‘Aryan’ (Bobby Roy) has a credit of visiting this place for 15 times. So who can tell you better than this guy? HERE is the link to his blog.
Best Time to Visit: April to June and September to mid-November
Distance: 470+ Kilometers
And a special thanks to ‘Kunjal’ for his company.
Somewhere after Rishikesh
Innocent Garhwali people
The first Glimpse of SNOW
The great Himalayan Range on the backdrop of GBPEC
The lonely roads
My Best Shot of the Trip
My Co-rider 'KUNJAL'
Kunjal and his Hybrid CBZ