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Travelling Camera on back journey from Famous Shiva Temple @ Trilokinath, Lahaul and Spiti, Himchal Pradesh...

Travelling Camera on back journey from Famous Shiva Temple @ Trilokinath, Lahaul and Spiti, Himchal Pradesh...This blog PHOTO JOURNEY was started on first July of 2008 and very first post was about Lahaul and Spiti... Here I am going to share some of the photographs of back journey from Trilokinath which is in Lahul district of Himachal Pradesh...Photographs licked near Tandi Bridge... As you can see in above photographs.. Tandi-0 km :)Tandi is a place in Lahaul and Spiti District of Himachal Pradesh, where Chandra River and Bhaga river meets to make Chandrabhaga....The Chandrabhaga River is also known as Chenab which is formed by the confluence of the Chandra and Bhaga rivers at upper Himalyas. It flows through the Jammu region of Jammu and Kashmir into the plains of the Punjab, forming the boundary between the Rechna and Jech interfluves. It is joined by the Jhelum River at Trimmu and then by the Ravi River Ahmedpur Sial. It then merges with the Sutlej River near Uch Sharif, Pakistan to form the Panjnad or the 'Five Rivers', the fifth being the Beas River which joins the Satluj near Ferozepur, India. For more info CLICK HEREFrom this journey, I am not able to recall any moment when snow covered Himalyas were not visible from our car.. They were everywhere... I think Lahaul and Spiti district is amazing place to chill out.. but it has another side to it.. While we were at Trilokinath, we spent some time with Pandit ji there and we got to know that most the areas disconnects from rest of the world for 7 months in an year... Can you imagine yourself living in an area for 7 months without any access to vehicles n all... Its really tough but they have planned their life according to their local eco-system...While travelling in Lahaul and Spiti, we can see beautiful valleys along with snow capped hills of Himalyan Range... This region is rich in terms of Agriculture... I am not sure about the whole district but area between Manali and Keylong had lot many valleys with agricultural land...Towards north of the state is a snow capped Trans Himalayan district of Himachal Pradesh comprising of two major valleys Lahaul and Spiti. The district is lying on the Hindustan-Tibet border... It is a tribal district with unique Tibetan Buddhist culture...


This blog PHOTO JOURNEY was started on first July of 2008 and very first post was about Lahaul and Spiti... Here I am going to share some of the photographs of back journey from Trilokinath which is in Lahul district of Himachal Pradesh...

Travelling Camera on back journey from Famous Shiva Temple @ Trilokinath, Lahaul and Spiti, Himchal Pradesh...This blog PHOTO JOURNEY was started on first July of 2008 and very first post was about Lahaul and Spiti... Here I am going to share some of the photographs of back journey from Trilokinath which is in Lahul district of Himachal Pradesh...Photographs licked near Tandi Bridge... As you can see in above photographs.. Tandi-0 km :)Tandi is a place in Lahaul and Spiti District of Himachal Pradesh, where Chandra River and Bhaga river meets to make Chandrabhaga....The Chandrabhaga River is also known as Chenab which is formed by the confluence of the Chandra and Bhaga rivers at upper Himalyas. It flows through the Jammu region of Jammu and Kashmir into the plains of the Punjab, forming the boundary between the Rechna and Jech interfluves. It is joined by the Jhelum River at Trimmu and then by the Ravi River Ahmedpur Sial. It then merges with the Sutlej River near Uch Sharif, Pakistan to form the Panjnad or the 'Five Rivers', the fifth being the Beas River which joins the Satluj near Ferozepur, India. For more info CLICK HEREFrom this journey, I am not able to recall any moment when snow covered Himalyas were not visible from our car.. They were everywhere... I think Lahaul and Spiti district is amazing place to chill out.. but it has another side to it.. While we were at Trilokinath, we spent some time with Pandit ji there and we got to know that most the areas disconnects from rest of the world for 7 months in an year... Can you imagine yourself living in an area for 7 months without any access to vehicles n all... Its really tough but they have planned their life according to their local eco-system...While travelling in Lahaul and Spiti, we can see beautiful valleys along with snow capped hills of Himalyan Range... This region is rich in terms of Agriculture... I am not sure about the whole district but area between Manali and Keylong had lot many valleys with agricultural land...Towards north of the state is a snow capped Trans Himalayan district of Himachal Pradesh comprising of two major valleys Lahaul and Spiti. The district is lying on the Hindustan-Tibet border... It is a tribal district with unique Tibetan Buddhist culture...

Photographs clicked near Tandi Bridge... As you can see in above photographs.. Tandi-0 km :)

Tandi is a place in Lahaul and Spiti District of Himachal Pradesh, where Chandra River and Bhaga river meets to make Chandrabhaga....

The Chandrabhaga River is also known as Chenab which is formed by the confluence of the Chandra and Bhaga rivers at upper Himalyas. It flows through the Jammu region of Jammu and Kashmir into the plains of the Punjab, forming the boundary between the Rechna and Jech interfluves. It is joined by the Jhelum River at Trimmu and then by the Ravi River Ahmedpur Sial. It then merges with the Sutlej River near Uch Sharif, Pakistan to form the Panjnad or the 'Five Rivers', the fifth being the Beas River which joins the Satluj near Ferozepur, India. For more info CLICK HERE

Travelling Camera on back journey from Famous Shiva Temple @ Trilokinath, Lahaul and Spiti, Himchal Pradesh...This blog PHOTO JOURNEY was started on first July of 2008 and very first post was about Lahaul and Spiti... Here I am going to share some of the photographs of back journey from Trilokinath which is in Lahul district of Himachal Pradesh...Photographs licked near Tandi Bridge... As you can see in above photographs.. Tandi-0 km :)Tandi is a place in Lahaul and Spiti District of Himachal Pradesh, where Chandra River and Bhaga river meets to make Chandrabhaga....The Chandrabhaga River is also known as Chenab which is formed by the confluence of the Chandra and Bhaga rivers at upper Himalyas. It flows through the Jammu region of Jammu and Kashmir into the plains of the Punjab, forming the boundary between the Rechna and Jech interfluves. It is joined by the Jhelum River at Trimmu and then by the Ravi River Ahmedpur Sial. It then merges with the Sutlej River near Uch Sharif, Pakistan to form the Panjnad or the 'Five Rivers', the fifth being the Beas River which joins the Satluj near Ferozepur, India. For more info CLICK HEREFrom this journey, I am not able to recall any moment when snow covered Himalyas were not visible from our car.. They were everywhere... I think Lahaul and Spiti district is amazing place to chill out.. but it has another side to it.. While we were at Trilokinath, we spent some time with Pandit ji there and we got to know that most the areas disconnects from rest of the world for 7 months in an year... Can you imagine yourself living in an area for 7 months without any access to vehicles n all... Its really tough but they have planned their life according to their local eco-system...While travelling in Lahaul and Spiti, we can see beautiful valleys along with snow capped hills of Himalyan Range... This region is rich in terms of Agriculture... I am not sure about the whole district but area between Manali and Keylong had lot many valleys with agricultural land...Towards north of the state is a snow capped Trans Himalayan district of Himachal Pradesh comprising of two major valleys Lahaul and Spiti. The district is lying on the Hindustan-Tibet border... It is a tribal district with unique Tibetan Buddhist culture... 
From this journey, I am not able to recall any moment when snow covered Himalyas were not visible from our car.. They were everywhere... I think Lahaul and Spiti district is amazing place to chill out.. but it has another side to it.. While we were at Trilokinath, we spent some time with Pandit ji there and we got to know that most the areas disconnects from rest of the world for 7 months in an year... Can you imagine yourself living in an area for 7 months without any access to vehicles n all... Its really tough but they have planned their life according to their local eco-system...

Travelling Camera on back journey from Famous Shiva Temple @ Trilokinath, Lahaul and Spiti, Himchal Pradesh...This blog PHOTO JOURNEY was started on first July of 2008 and very first post was about Lahaul and Spiti... Here I am going to share some of the photographs of back journey from Trilokinath which is in Lahul district of Himachal Pradesh...Photographs licked near Tandi Bridge... As you can see in above photographs.. Tandi-0 km :)Tandi is a place in Lahaul and Spiti District of Himachal Pradesh, where Chandra River and Bhaga river meets to make Chandrabhaga....The Chandrabhaga River is also known as Chenab which is formed by the confluence of the Chandra and Bhaga rivers at upper Himalyas. It flows through the Jammu region of Jammu and Kashmir into the plains of the Punjab, forming the boundary between the Rechna and Jech interfluves. It is joined by the Jhelum River at Trimmu and then by the Ravi River Ahmedpur Sial. It then merges with the Sutlej River near Uch Sharif, Pakistan to form the Panjnad or the 'Five Rivers', the fifth being the Beas River which joins the Satluj near Ferozepur, India. For more info CLICK HEREFrom this journey, I am not able to recall any moment when snow covered Himalyas were not visible from our car.. They were everywhere... I think Lahaul and Spiti district is amazing place to chill out.. but it has another side to it.. While we were at Trilokinath, we spent some time with Pandit ji there and we got to know that most the areas disconnects from rest of the world for 7 months in an year... Can you imagine yourself living in an area for 7 months without any access to vehicles n all... Its really tough but they have planned their life according to their local eco-system...While travelling in Lahaul and Spiti, we can see beautiful valleys along with snow capped hills of Himalyan Range... This region is rich in terms of Agriculture... I am not sure about the whole district but area between Manali and Keylong had lot many valleys with agricultural land...Towards north of the state is a snow capped Trans Himalayan district of Himachal Pradesh comprising of two major valleys Lahaul and Spiti. The district is lying on the Hindustan-Tibet border... It is a tribal district with unique Tibetan Buddhist culture... 
While travelling in Lahaul and Spiti, we can see beautiful valleys along with snow capped hills of Himalyan Range... This region is rich in terms of Agriculture... I am not sure about the whole district but area between Manali and Keylong had lot many valleys with agricultural land...

Travelling Camera on back journey from Famous Shiva Temple @ Trilokinath, Lahaul and Spiti, Himchal Pradesh...This blog PHOTO JOURNEY was started on first July of 2008 and very first post was about Lahaul and Spiti... Here I am going to share some of the photographs of back journey from Trilokinath which is in Lahul district of Himachal Pradesh...Photographs licked near Tandi Bridge... As you can see in above photographs.. Tandi-0 km :)Tandi is a place in Lahaul and Spiti District of Himachal Pradesh, where Chandra River and Bhaga river meets to make Chandrabhaga....The Chandrabhaga River is also known as Chenab which is formed by the confluence of the Chandra and Bhaga rivers at upper Himalyas. It flows through the Jammu region of Jammu and Kashmir into the plains of the Punjab, forming the boundary between the Rechna and Jech interfluves. It is joined by the Jhelum River at Trimmu and then by the Ravi River Ahmedpur Sial. It then merges with the Sutlej River near Uch Sharif, Pakistan to form the Panjnad or the 'Five Rivers', the fifth being the Beas River which joins the Satluj near Ferozepur, India. For more info CLICK HEREFrom this journey, I am not able to recall any moment when snow covered Himalyas were not visible from our car.. They were everywhere... I think Lahaul and Spiti district is amazing place to chill out.. but it has another side to it.. While we were at Trilokinath, we spent some time with Pandit ji there and we got to know that most the areas disconnects from rest of the world for 7 months in an year... Can you imagine yourself living in an area for 7 months without any access to vehicles n all... Its really tough but they have planned their life according to their local eco-system...While travelling in Lahaul and Spiti, we can see beautiful valleys along with snow capped hills of Himalyan Range... This region is rich in terms of Agriculture... I am not sure about the whole district but area between Manali and Keylong had lot many valleys with agricultural land...Towards north of the state is a snow capped Trans Himalayan district of Himachal Pradesh comprising of two major valleys Lahaul and Spiti. The district is lying on the Hindustan-Tibet border... It is a tribal district with unique Tibetan Buddhist culture... 
Towards north of the state is a snow capped Trans Himalayan district of Himachal Pradesh comprising of two major valleys Lahaul and Spiti. The district is lying on the Hindustan-Tibet border... It is a tribal district with unique Tibetan Buddhist culture...

Travelling Camera on back journey from Famous Shiva Temple @ Trilokinath, Lahaul and Spiti, Himchal Pradesh...This blog PHOTO JOURNEY was started on first July of 2008 and very first post was about Lahaul and Spiti... Here I am going to share some of the photographs of back journey from Trilokinath which is in Lahul district of Himachal Pradesh...Photographs licked near Tandi Bridge... As you can see in above photographs.. Tandi-0 km :)Tandi is a place in Lahaul and Spiti District of Himachal Pradesh, where Chandra River and Bhaga river meets to make Chandrabhaga....The Chandrabhaga River is also known as Chenab which is formed by the confluence of the Chandra and Bhaga rivers at upper Himalyas. It flows through the Jammu region of Jammu and Kashmir into the plains of the Punjab, forming the boundary between the Rechna and Jech interfluves. It is joined by the Jhelum River at Trimmu and then by the Ravi River Ahmedpur Sial. It then merges with the Sutlej River near Uch Sharif, Pakistan to form the Panjnad or the 'Five Rivers', the fifth being the Beas River which joins the Satluj near Ferozepur, India. For more info CLICK HEREFrom this journey, I am not able to recall any moment when snow covered Himalyas were not visible from our car.. They were everywhere... I think Lahaul and Spiti district is amazing place to chill out.. but it has another side to it.. While we were at Trilokinath, we spent some time with Pandit ji there and we got to know that most the areas disconnects from rest of the world for 7 months in an year... Can you imagine yourself living in an area for 7 months without any access to vehicles n all... Its really tough but they have planned their life according to their local eco-system...While travelling in Lahaul and Spiti, we can see beautiful valleys along with snow capped hills of Himalyan Range... This region is rich in terms of Agriculture... I am not sure about the whole district but area between Manali and Keylong had lot many valleys with agricultural land...Towards north of the state is a snow capped Trans Himalayan district of Himachal Pradesh comprising of two major valleys Lahaul and Spiti. The district is lying on the Hindustan-Tibet border... It is a tribal district with unique Tibetan Buddhist culture... 
"Himachal Road Transport Corporate Keylong" bus standing near Trilokinath Temple...

Travelling Camera on back journey from Famous Shiva Temple @ Trilokinath, Lahaul and Spiti, Himchal Pradesh...This blog PHOTO JOURNEY was started on first July of 2008 and very first post was about Lahaul and Spiti... Here I am going to share some of the photographs of back journey from Trilokinath which is in Lahul district of Himachal Pradesh...Photographs licked near Tandi Bridge... As you can see in above photographs.. Tandi-0 km :)Tandi is a place in Lahaul and Spiti District of Himachal Pradesh, where Chandra River and Bhaga river meets to make Chandrabhaga....The Chandrabhaga River is also known as Chenab which is formed by the confluence of the Chandra and Bhaga rivers at upper Himalyas. It flows through the Jammu region of Jammu and Kashmir into the plains of the Punjab, forming the boundary between the Rechna and Jech interfluves. It is joined by the Jhelum River at Trimmu and then by the Ravi River Ahmedpur Sial. It then merges with the Sutlej River near Uch Sharif, Pakistan to form the Panjnad or the 'Five Rivers', the fifth being the Beas River which joins the Satluj near Ferozepur, India. For more info CLICK HEREFrom this journey, I am not able to recall any moment when snow covered Himalyas were not visible from our car.. They were everywhere... I think Lahaul and Spiti district is amazing place to chill out.. but it has another side to it.. While we were at Trilokinath, we spent some time with Pandit ji there and we got to know that most the areas disconnects from rest of the world for 7 months in an year... Can you imagine yourself living in an area for 7 months without any access to vehicles n all... Its really tough but they have planned their life according to their local eco-system...While travelling in Lahaul and Spiti, we can see beautiful valleys along with snow capped hills of Himalyan Range... This region is rich in terms of Agriculture... I am not sure about the whole district but area between Manali and Keylong had lot many valleys with agricultural land...Towards north of the state is a snow capped Trans Himalayan district of Himachal Pradesh comprising of two major valleys Lahaul and Spiti. The district is lying on the Hindustan-Tibet border... It is a tribal district with unique Tibetan Buddhist culture... 
Chandrabhaga River near Tandi Bridge...

Travelling Camera on back journey from Famous Shiva Temple @ Trilokinath, Lahaul and Spiti, Himchal Pradesh...This blog PHOTO JOURNEY was started on first July of 2008 and very first post was about Lahaul and Spiti... Here I am going to share some of the photographs of back journey from Trilokinath which is in Lahul district of Himachal Pradesh...Photographs licked near Tandi Bridge... As you can see in above photographs.. Tandi-0 km :)Tandi is a place in Lahaul and Spiti District of Himachal Pradesh, where Chandra River and Bhaga river meets to make Chandrabhaga....The Chandrabhaga River is also known as Chenab which is formed by the confluence of the Chandra and Bhaga rivers at upper Himalyas. It flows through the Jammu region of Jammu and Kashmir into the plains of the Punjab, forming the boundary between the Rechna and Jech interfluves. It is joined by the Jhelum River at Trimmu and then by the Ravi River Ahmedpur Sial. It then merges with the Sutlej River near Uch Sharif, Pakistan to form the Panjnad or the 'Five Rivers', the fifth being the Beas River which joins the Satluj near Ferozepur, India. For more info CLICK HEREFrom this journey, I am not able to recall any moment when snow covered Himalyas were not visible from our car.. They were everywhere... I think Lahaul and Spiti district is amazing place to chill out.. but it has another side to it.. While we were at Trilokinath, we spent some time with Pandit ji there and we got to know that most the areas disconnects from rest of the world for 7 months in an year... Can you imagine yourself living in an area for 7 months without any access to vehicles n all... Its really tough but they have planned their life according to their local eco-system...While travelling in Lahaul and Spiti, we can see beautiful valleys along with snow capped hills of Himalyan Range... This region is rich in terms of Agriculture... I am not sure about the whole district but area between Manali and Keylong had lot many valleys with agricultural land...Towards north of the state is a snow capped Trans Himalayan district of Himachal Pradesh comprising of two major valleys Lahaul and Spiti. The district is lying on the Hindustan-Tibet border... It is a tribal district with unique Tibetan Buddhist culture... 
A view of Chandra River near Khoksar... Khoksar is the first village and gate way to Lahaul. Khoksar remains covered under snow during winters... This village is surrounded by high mountains and is avalanche prone... During winters Khoksar is the coldest inhabited place in Lahaul.... The river freezes during winters... Just 5 kms ahead of Khoksar towards Manali is Gramphu from where a diversion to the left leads to Kaza...

Travelling Camera on back journey from Famous Shiva Temple @ Trilokinath, Lahaul and Spiti, Himchal Pradesh...This blog PHOTO JOURNEY was started on first July of 2008 and very first post was about Lahaul and Spiti... Here I am going to share some of the photographs of back journey from Trilokinath which is in Lahul district of Himachal Pradesh...Photographs licked near Tandi Bridge... As you can see in above photographs.. Tandi-0 km :)Tandi is a place in Lahaul and Spiti District of Himachal Pradesh, where Chandra River and Bhaga river meets to make Chandrabhaga....The Chandrabhaga River is also known as Chenab which is formed by the confluence of the Chandra and Bhaga rivers at upper Himalyas. It flows through the Jammu region of Jammu and Kashmir into the plains of the Punjab, forming the boundary between the Rechna and Jech interfluves. It is joined by the Jhelum River at Trimmu and then by the Ravi River Ahmedpur Sial. It then merges with the Sutlej River near Uch Sharif, Pakistan to form the Panjnad or the 'Five Rivers', the fifth being the Beas River which joins the Satluj near Ferozepur, India. For more info CLICK HEREFrom this journey, I am not able to recall any moment when snow covered Himalyas were not visible from our car.. They were everywhere... I think Lahaul and Spiti district is amazing place to chill out.. but it has another side to it.. While we were at Trilokinath, we spent some time with Pandit ji there and we got to know that most the areas disconnects from rest of the world for 7 months in an year... Can you imagine yourself living in an area for 7 months without any access to vehicles n all... Its really tough but they have planned their life according to their local eco-system...While travelling in Lahaul and Spiti, we can see beautiful valleys along with snow capped hills of Himalyan Range... This region is rich in terms of Agriculture... I am not sure about the whole district but area between Manali and Keylong had lot many valleys with agricultural land...Towards north of the state is a snow capped Trans Himalayan district of Himachal Pradesh comprising of two major valleys Lahaul and Spiti. The district is lying on the Hindustan-Tibet border... It is a tribal district with unique Tibetan Buddhist culture... 
Another shot of a beautiful valley on the way to Keylong...

Travelling Camera on back journey from Famous Shiva Temple @ Trilokinath, Lahaul and Spiti, Himchal Pradesh...This blog PHOTO JOURNEY was started on first July of 2008 and very first post was about Lahaul and Spiti... Here I am going to share some of the photographs of back journey from Trilokinath which is in Lahul district of Himachal Pradesh...Photographs licked near Tandi Bridge... As you can see in above photographs.. Tandi-0 km :)Tandi is a place in Lahaul and Spiti District of Himachal Pradesh, where Chandra River and Bhaga river meets to make Chandrabhaga....The Chandrabhaga River is also known as Chenab which is formed by the confluence of the Chandra and Bhaga rivers at upper Himalyas. It flows through the Jammu region of Jammu and Kashmir into the plains of the Punjab, forming the boundary between the Rechna and Jech interfluves. It is joined by the Jhelum River at Trimmu and then by the Ravi River Ahmedpur Sial. It then merges with the Sutlej River near Uch Sharif, Pakistan to form the Panjnad or the 'Five Rivers', the fifth being the Beas River which joins the Satluj near Ferozepur, India. For more info CLICK HEREFrom this journey, I am not able to recall any moment when snow covered Himalyas were not visible from our car.. They were everywhere... I think Lahaul and Spiti district is amazing place to chill out.. but it has another side to it.. While we were at Trilokinath, we spent some time with Pandit ji there and we got to know that most the areas disconnects from rest of the world for 7 months in an year... Can you imagine yourself living in an area for 7 months without any access to vehicles n all... Its really tough but they have planned their life according to their local eco-system...While travelling in Lahaul and Spiti, we can see beautiful valleys along with snow capped hills of Himalyan Range... This region is rich in terms of Agriculture... I am not sure about the whole district but area between Manali and Keylong had lot many valleys with agricultural land...Towards north of the state is a snow capped Trans Himalayan district of Himachal Pradesh comprising of two major valleys Lahaul and Spiti. The district is lying on the Hindustan-Tibet border... It is a tribal district with unique Tibetan Buddhist culture... 
 Generally the pople in Lahaul are of Tibetan and Indo-Aryan descent while the Spiti Bhotia are more similar to the Tibetans.

Travelling Camera on back journey from Famous Shiva Temple @ Trilokinath, Lahaul and Spiti, Himchal Pradesh...This blog PHOTO JOURNEY was started on first July of 2008 and very first post was about Lahaul and Spiti... Here I am going to share some of the photographs of back journey from Trilokinath which is in Lahul district of Himachal Pradesh...Photographs licked near Tandi Bridge... As you can see in above photographs.. Tandi-0 km :)Tandi is a place in Lahaul and Spiti District of Himachal Pradesh, where Chandra River and Bhaga river meets to make Chandrabhaga....The Chandrabhaga River is also known as Chenab which is formed by the confluence of the Chandra and Bhaga rivers at upper Himalyas. It flows through the Jammu region of Jammu and Kashmir into the plains of the Punjab, forming the boundary between the Rechna and Jech interfluves. It is joined by the Jhelum River at Trimmu and then by the Ravi River Ahmedpur Sial. It then merges with the Sutlej River near Uch Sharif, Pakistan to form the Panjnad or the 'Five Rivers', the fifth being the Beas River which joins the Satluj near Ferozepur, India. For more info CLICK HEREFrom this journey, I am not able to recall any moment when snow covered Himalyas were not visible from our car.. They were everywhere... I think Lahaul and Spiti district is amazing place to chill out.. but it has another side to it.. While we were at Trilokinath, we spent some time with Pandit ji there and we got to know that most the areas disconnects from rest of the world for 7 months in an year... Can you imagine yourself living in an area for 7 months without any access to vehicles n all... Its really tough but they have planned their life according to their local eco-system...While travelling in Lahaul and Spiti, we can see beautiful valleys along with snow capped hills of Himalyan Range... This region is rich in terms of Agriculture... I am not sure about the whole district but area between Manali and Keylong had lot many valleys with agricultural land...Towards north of the state is a snow capped Trans Himalayan district of Himachal Pradesh comprising of two major valleys Lahaul and Spiti. The district is lying on the Hindustan-Tibet border... It is a tribal district with unique Tibetan Buddhist culture... 
Agriculture is the main source of livelihood. Occupations include animal husbandry, working in government programs, government services and other businesses like crafts that include weaving. Houses are constructed in the Tibetan architectural style as the land in Lahul and Spiti is quite prone to earthquakes.

Travelling Camera on back journey from Famous Shiva Temple @ Trilokinath, Lahaul and Spiti, Himchal Pradesh...This blog PHOTO JOURNEY was started on first July of 2008 and very first post was about Lahaul and Spiti... Here I am going to share some of the photographs of back journey from Trilokinath which is in Lahul district of Himachal Pradesh...Photographs licked near Tandi Bridge... As you can see in above photographs.. Tandi-0 km :)Tandi is a place in Lahaul and Spiti District of Himachal Pradesh, where Chandra River and Bhaga river meets to make Chandrabhaga....The Chandrabhaga River is also known as Chenab which is formed by the confluence of the Chandra and Bhaga rivers at upper Himalyas. It flows through the Jammu region of Jammu and Kashmir into the plains of the Punjab, forming the boundary between the Rechna and Jech interfluves. It is joined by the Jhelum River at Trimmu and then by the Ravi River Ahmedpur Sial. It then merges with the Sutlej River near Uch Sharif, Pakistan to form the Panjnad or the 'Five Rivers', the fifth being the Beas River which joins the Satluj near Ferozepur, India. For more info CLICK HEREFrom this journey, I am not able to recall any moment when snow covered Himalyas were not visible from our car.. They were everywhere... I think Lahaul and Spiti district is amazing place to chill out.. but it has another side to it.. While we were at Trilokinath, we spent some time with Pandit ji there and we got to know that most the areas disconnects from rest of the world for 7 months in an year... Can you imagine yourself living in an area for 7 months without any access to vehicles n all... Its really tough but they have planned their life according to their local eco-system...While travelling in Lahaul and Spiti, we can see beautiful valleys along with snow capped hills of Himalyan Range... This region is rich in terms of Agriculture... I am not sure about the whole district but area between Manali and Keylong had lot many valleys with agricultural land...Towards north of the state is a snow capped Trans Himalayan district of Himachal Pradesh comprising of two major valleys Lahaul and Spiti. The district is lying on the Hindustan-Tibet border... It is a tribal district with unique Tibetan Buddhist culture... 
A view of Chenab River after crossing Sissu...

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