India Himalayas - Amongst the most charming mountains in India, the Himalayas invite visitors to explore its abundant attractions. Be it scenice beauty or adventure activities, the Himalayan mountains in India are just incredible.
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Himalayan range covers the entire northern part of India, nestling five
major states of the country within it. The ancient pilgrims who have
travelled in these mountains in India since time immemorial coined a Sanskrit word
for the Himalayas meaning "Abode of Snow".
Some of the reasons why people have been so fascinated by the Indian
Himalayas is because of the Hindu pilgrim routes, the low valleys that
abruptly rise up in high mountain ranges, the lovely trekking hikes, densely
forested areas lying just a mountain range away from barren cold deserts,
and the lovely people of the mountains in India with their unique hospitable
Major Indian Himalayan Regions
& Kashmir :
and Kashmir are really three regions: the foothill plains of Jammu; the
lakes and blue valleys of Kashmir rising to alpine passes, the high altitude
plains and starkly beautiful mountains of Ladakh, which lies beyond those
passes. It's enough to move one to poetry. Srinagar is Kashmir's summer
capital and Jammu, the winter capital. Among the most attractive part that
this Indian state has is the adventure oppurtunities that can be seggragated
into trekking, mountaineering and Trans Himalayan Jeep Safari.
What can make a mountaineering expedition, an adventure one could never
forget? If its done on the glaciers that are still craving to be explored.
The Himalayan range offers some of the most rigorous mountaineering
challenges one can ever come across. The glaciers of Ladakh and Kashmir
regions can test one's survival to the fittest and most testing of them all
is the Siachen glacier, known as the largest glacier outside the Polar
Pradesh is the land of snow, lofty peaks, cascading streams, alpine meadows
& lush fruit-laden valleys. Many parts of the Himachal state have a
distinctly Austrian look with conifer-clad mountains, chalet-like huts with
overhanging balconies and serene blue valleys watered by snow-fed streams.
Shimla the capital of Himachal Pradesh, is still very much a Raj township in
appearance and atmosphere.
Himachal also store numerous wonderful hill stations, which are
particularly cool in summers. Shimla, Dalhousie, Kullu, Manali and Kufri are
a few of the hill Stations in Himachal Pradesh which offer breathtaking
scenery and countless options of adventure sports. Dharamshala, where the
Dalai Lama lives, is another important centre on the tourist map.
Lying in the north of the vast and bountiful expanse of India and cradled
in the awesome beauty and calm serenity of the stately Himalayas,
Uttaranchal - the "Devbhumi" that has attracted tourists and
pilgrims from world over since time immemorial. Comprising of eight hill
districts and an area and population that equals the state of Himachal
Pardesh, Uttaranchal is an expression of divinity, austerity, meditation,
penance and attainment.
Uttaranchal is a paradise for adventure sports. The sheer variety ranging
from Mountaineering, Trekking, Skiing, Skating, Water Sports to Aero Sports
like Hang Gliding, Paragliding make Uttaranchal one of the most attractive
destinations for adventure sports not only in India but the world over.
former kingdom , Sikkim is now the 22nd State of India. It is rooted to the
Himalayan Massif like a scale on the neck of a Dragon. One of the smallest
states of India, it is bounded by Nepal to the west and Bhutan to the east;
by the Tibet Autonomous Region of China to the north and northeast and by
West Bengal to the south.
Shrouded in heavy mist, the guardian deity Kangchenjunga both protects and
terrifies the inhabitants of the magical kingdom of Sikkim. An awe-inspiring
mass of rock clothed in dazzling white snow, this Himalayan giant in the
world's third highest peak at 8,590m (28,199ft). The name itself means 'house
of five treasures' represented by its five soaring summits
North Eastern States - Seven Sisters :
The reason has so much to see, so much to experience and so much to write
about that it would take volumes. The region of northeastern India will wet
the appetite of the traveller, the tourist, the anthropologist, the
observer. It is impossible to describe the nuances that make this area
unique, challenging and interesting. Get to any one place and the result
will be that you will return for more.
The seven sisters comprise of Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland, Manipur,
Tripura, Meghalaya and Mizoram. While the seven sisters are unique in their
own way, the major Himalayan destination over here is Arunachal Pradesh. The
state provides abundant scope for angling, boating, rafting, trekking and
hiking. Besides, there are a number of wild life sanctuaries and national
parks where rare animals, birds and plants will fascinate the visitor.