Hansh Basin around Daranghati Wildlife Sanctuary in Shimla region of Himachal Pradesh, India - A Photo Journey by Vikram Tiwari
Here is a Photo Journey from Hansh Basin which is located around Daranghati Wildlife Sanctuary in Shimla region of Himachal Pradesh, India. Let's check out first Photo Journey by Vikram Tiwari...
All these photographs have been shot in a village known as Kasapat which is around Rampur Bushehar Town in Shimla District of Himachal Pradesh. Kasapat is remote village which has no road and it is part of famous Daranghati Wildlife Sanctuary.
Daranghati Wildlife Sanctuary is famous for western Trapogan, Monal, Koklas, Chukar, Snowcock & many other
birds & himalayen herbs.
birds & himalayen herbs.
Hansh basin is very close to kasapat village, where nobody could reach at the top of holly HANSHBASIN. As per villagers, Kashyap Rishi orgnised tap on top of a hill there. As per local people hans-basin has magnicial power and it seems no aircraft cross on top of Hansh-basin.
The Daranghati Wildlife Sanctuary lies in the Shimla district and is near the Rampur Bushahr area. This wildlife sanctuary covers is of about 17000 hectares and is rich in all the varieties of flora and fauna and the great diversity of wildlife.
The salient features of Daranghati Wildlife sanctuary are its high mountain peaks, many gushing rivers, some steep valleys with a thick cover of green and various animals & birds. The sanctuary is an ideal destination for adventure seekers and nature lovers who want a relief from the daily chores of urban life. Vikram Tiwari is one of the passionate birders in India and explored this region for his love for birds.
The wildlife in the Daranghati Sanctuary shelters different species of Himalayan animals and birds. The Daranghati Sanctuary is the quintessential Himalayan sanctuary and has all the characteristics of a mountain ecosystem. This sanctuary is famous for its wildlife varieties like Kalij, Koklas and Trogpan. Some of the other wildlife varieties to that the visitors can a glimpse of include flying fox, flying squirrel, leopards, ibex, the black bears of Himalayas, weasel, barking deer, blue sheep, the yellow throated marten of the mountains, serow and many other species of birds and animals.
The best season to visit the place are the months of October/November in winter and April to June in summers. The nearest airport for the sanctuary is in Jubbarhatti that is only 23 kms from Shimla. Similarly for tourists coming by train will have to get down at the Shimla railway station . The sanctuary is well connected to the state highways...