One day picnic around Kathailri Village in Himalayan State of India - Himachal Pradesh

Kathailri is a small village in Shimla region of Himachal Pradesh (The Himalayan State of India). Villages of Himalayas are really interesting destinations for picnic outings. One of my friends in Shimla suggested this weekend picnic and we headed there and it took just 2 hours from Shimla Town.After a pleasant drive through other villages  we reached this viallge with green fields all around and colorful houses. We trekked around some hills in this village and met various people from this locality. Everyone in the group was young and had good energy to roam around for more exploration. Weather was also very supportive.There were some old houses in the village and some of the families are still using traditional chulha for cooking food. In these days of high-inflation, firewood is no doubt a good fuel to cook food... Above photograph shows typical chimney used in these houses... House-roof you see in above photographs is made up of small slates created out of very strong rocks, which are usually found on hills which get frequent snow...Now if you are wondering, where this village is and what is so special about it?Basically Villages in Himalayas are all together a different experience and rich in terms of natural resources. Natural beauty can be better explored in these rural parts of Himachal Pradesh, as compared to big known cities which are converting into concrete jungles now. So it's not about Kathailri, it's about a normal village in Himalayas. There can be some basic challenges like options for stay, but many of these villages have home-stay options now. In fact many people these days go in their vehicles and carry tents & sleeping bags. As I said, these villages can be great exploration places for adventurous people and every village is different from other..Meeting different people, knowing their viewpoint is really an awesome experience for people like us living in big cities and running for some something which can't define peace. At times, these conversations compel us to think the difference in thoughts, living-style, peace-of-mind in same country. In fact, 10 years back people were leaving these villages to get involved in global race and time has come when some of them have realized that rural India can also be a another good option to spend rest of the  life. During our visits, we see many educated folks in rural India working on some unique ideas and impacting whole world...Overall, it was a great outing and we enjoyed it a lot. It was sunset time and we had to move back...

Kathailri is a small village in Shimla region of Himachal Pradesh (The Himalayan State of India). Villages of Himalayas are really interesting destinations for picnic outings. One of my friends in Shimla suggested this weekend picnic and we headed there. It took just 2 hours from Shimla Town...
Kathailri is a small village in Shimla region of Himachal Pradesh (The Himalayan State of India). Villages of Himalayas are really interesting destinations for picnic outings. One of my friends in Shimla suggested this weekend picnic and we headed there and it took just 2 hours from Shimla Town.After a pleasant drive through other villages  we reached this viallge with green fields all around and colorful houses. We trekked around some hills in this village and met various people from this locality. Everyone in the group was young and had good energy to roam around for more exploration. Weather was also very supportive.There were some old houses in the village and some of the families are still using traditional chulha for cooking food. In these days of high-inflation, firewood is no doubt a good fuel to cook food... Above photograph shows typical chimney used in these houses... House-roof you see in above photographs is made up of small slates created out of very strong rocks, which are usually found on hills which get frequent snow...Now if you are wondering, where this village is and what is so special about it?Basically Villages in Himalayas are all together a different experience and rich in terms of natural resources. Natural beauty can be better explored in these rural parts of Himachal Pradesh, as compared to big known cities which are converting into concrete jungles now. So it's not about Kathailri, it's about a normal village in Himalayas. There can be some basic challenges like options for stay, but many of these villages have home-stay options now. In fact many people these days go in their vehicles and carry tents & sleeping bags. As I said, these villages can be great exploration places for adventurous people and every village is different from other..Meeting different people, knowing their viewpoint is really an awesome experience for people like us living in big cities and running for some something which can't define peace. At times, these conversations compel us to think the difference in thoughts, living-style, peace-of-mind in same country. In fact, 10 years back people were leaving these villages to get involved in global race and time has come when some of them have realized that rural India can also be a another good option to spend rest of the  life. During our visits, we see many educated folks in rural India working on some unique ideas and impacting whole world...Overall, it was a great outing and we enjoyed it a lot. It was sunset time and we had to move back...


After a pleasant drive through other villages  we reached this viallge with green fields all around and colorful houses. We trekked around some hills in this village and met various people from this locality. Everyone in the group was young and had good energy to roam around for more exploration. Weather was also very supportive.

Kathailri is a small village in Shimla region of Himachal Pradesh (The Himalayan State of India). Villages of Himalayas are really interesting destinations for picnic outings. One of my friends in Shimla suggested this weekend picnic and we headed there and it took just 2 hours from Shimla Town.After a pleasant drive through other villages  we reached this viallge with green fields all around and colorful houses. We trekked around some hills in this village and met various people from this locality. Everyone in the group was young and had good energy to roam around for more exploration. Weather was also very supportive.There were some old houses in the village and some of the families are still using traditional chulha for cooking food. In these days of high-inflation, firewood is no doubt a good fuel to cook food... Above photograph shows typical chimney used in these houses... House-roof you see in above photographs is made up of small slates created out of very strong rocks, which are usually found on hills which get frequent snow...Now if you are wondering, where this village is and what is so special about it?Basically Villages in Himalayas are all together a different experience and rich in terms of natural resources. Natural beauty can be better explored in these rural parts of Himachal Pradesh, as compared to big known cities which are converting into concrete jungles now. So it's not about Kathailri, it's about a normal village in Himalayas. There can be some basic challenges like options for stay, but many of these villages have home-stay options now. In fact many people these days go in their vehicles and carry tents & sleeping bags. As I said, these villages can be great exploration places for adventurous people and every village is different from other..Meeting different people, knowing their viewpoint is really an awesome experience for people like us living in big cities and running for some something which can't define peace. At times, these conversations compel us to think the difference in thoughts, living-style, peace-of-mind in same country. In fact, 10 years back people were leaving these villages to get involved in global race and time has come when some of them have realized that rural India can also be a another good option to spend rest of the  life. During our visits, we see many educated folks in rural India working on some unique ideas and impacting whole world...Overall, it was a great outing and we enjoyed it a lot. It was sunset time and we had to move back...


There were some old houses in the village and some of the families are still using traditional chulha for cooking food. In these days of high-inflation, firewood is no doubt a good fuel to cook food... Above photograph shows typical chimney used in these houses... House-roof you see in above photographs is made up of small slates created out of very strong rocks, which are usually found on hills which get frequent snow...

Kathailri is a small village in Shimla region of Himachal Pradesh (The Himalayan State of India). Villages of Himalayas are really interesting destinations for picnic outings. One of my friends in Shimla suggested this weekend picnic and we headed there and it took just 2 hours from Shimla Town.After a pleasant drive through other villages  we reached this viallge with green fields all around and colorful houses. We trekked around some hills in this village and met various people from this locality. Everyone in the group was young and had good energy to roam around for more exploration. Weather was also very supportive.There were some old houses in the village and some of the families are still using traditional chulha for cooking food. In these days of high-inflation, firewood is no doubt a good fuel to cook food... Above photograph shows typical chimney used in these houses... House-roof you see in above photographs is made up of small slates created out of very strong rocks, which are usually found on hills which get frequent snow...Now if you are wondering, where this village is and what is so special about it?Basically Villages in Himalayas are all together a different experience and rich in terms of natural resources. Natural beauty can be better explored in these rural parts of Himachal Pradesh, as compared to big known cities which are converting into concrete jungles now. So it's not about Kathailri, it's about a normal village in Himalayas. There can be some basic challenges like options for stay, but many of these villages have home-stay options now. In fact many people these days go in their vehicles and carry tents & sleeping bags. As I said, these villages can be great exploration places for adventurous people and every village is different from other..Meeting different people, knowing their viewpoint is really an awesome experience for people like us living in big cities and running for some something which can't define peace. At times, these conversations compel us to think the difference in thoughts, living-style, peace-of-mind in same country. In fact, 10 years back people were leaving these villages to get involved in global race and time has come when some of them have realized that rural India can also be a another good option to spend rest of the  life. During our visits, we see many educated folks in rural India working on some unique ideas and impacting whole world...Overall, it was a great outing and we enjoyed it a lot. It was sunset time and we had to move back...


Now if you are wondering, where this village is and what is so special about it?


Basically Villages in Himalayas are all together a different experience and rich in terms of natural resources. Natural beauty can be better explored in these rural parts of Himachal Pradesh, as compared to big known cities which are converting into concrete jungles now. So it's not about Kathailri, it's about a normal village in Himalayas. There can be some basic challenges like options for stay, but many of these villages have home-stay options now. In fact many people these days go in their vehicles and carry tents & sleeping bags. As I said, these villages can be great exploration places for adventurous people and every village is different from other...

Kathailri is a small village in Shimla region of Himachal Pradesh (The Himalayan State of India). Villages of Himalayas are really interesting destinations for picnic outings. One of my friends in Shimla suggested this weekend picnic and we headed there and it took just 2 hours from Shimla Town.After a pleasant drive through other villages  we reached this viallge with green fields all around and colorful houses. We trekked around some hills in this village and met various people from this locality. Everyone in the group was young and had good energy to roam around for more exploration. Weather was also very supportive.There were some old houses in the village and some of the families are still using traditional chulha for cooking food. In these days of high-inflation, firewood is no doubt a good fuel to cook food... Above photograph shows typical chimney used in these houses... House-roof you see in above photographs is made up of small slates created out of very strong rocks, which are usually found on hills which get frequent snow...Now if you are wondering, where this village is and what is so special about it?Basically Villages in Himalayas are all together a different experience and rich in terms of natural resources. Natural beauty can be better explored in these rural parts of Himachal Pradesh, as compared to big known cities which are converting into concrete jungles now. So it's not about Kathailri, it's about a normal village in Himalayas. There can be some basic challenges like options for stay, but many of these villages have home-stay options now. In fact many people these days go in their vehicles and carry tents & sleeping bags. As I said, these villages can be great exploration places for adventurous people and every village is different from other..Meeting different people, knowing their viewpoint is really an awesome experience for people like us living in big cities and running for some something which can't define peace. At times, these conversations compel us to think the difference in thoughts, living-style, peace-of-mind in same country. In fact, 10 years back people were leaving these villages to get involved in global race and time has come when some of them have realized that rural India can also be a another good option to spend rest of the  life. During our visits, we see many educated folks in rural India working on some unique ideas and impacting whole world...Overall, it was a great outing and we enjoyed it a lot. It was sunset time and we had to move back...


Meeting different people, knowing their viewpoint is really an awesome experience for people like us living in big cities and running for some something which can't define peace. At times, these conversations compel us to think the difference in thoughts, living-style, peace-of-mind in same country. In fact, 10 years back people were leaving these villages to get involved in global race and time has come when some of them have realized that rural India can also be a another good option to spend rest of the  life. During our visits, we see many educated folks in rural India working on some unique ideas and impacting whole world...

Kathailri is a small village in Shimla region of Himachal Pradesh (The Himalayan State of India). Villages of Himalayas are really interesting destinations for picnic outings. One of my friends in Shimla suggested this weekend picnic and we headed there and it took just 2 hours from Shimla Town.After a pleasant drive through other villages  we reached this viallge with green fields all around and colorful houses. We trekked around some hills in this village and met various people from this locality. Everyone in the group was young and had good energy to roam around for more exploration. Weather was also very supportive.There were some old houses in the village and some of the families are still using traditional chulha for cooking food. In these days of high-inflation, firewood is no doubt a good fuel to cook food... Above photograph shows typical chimney used in these houses... House-roof you see in above photographs is made up of small slates created out of very strong rocks, which are usually found on hills which get frequent snow...Now if you are wondering, where this village is and what is so special about it?Basically Villages in Himalayas are all together a different experience and rich in terms of natural resources. Natural beauty can be better explored in these rural parts of Himachal Pradesh, as compared to big known cities which are converting into concrete jungles now. So it's not about Kathailri, it's about a normal village in Himalayas. There can be some basic challenges like options for stay, but many of these villages have home-stay options now. In fact many people these days go in their vehicles and carry tents & sleeping bags. As I said, these villages can be great exploration places for adventurous people and every village is different from other..Meeting different people, knowing their viewpoint is really an awesome experience for people like us living in big cities and running for some something which can't define peace. At times, these conversations compel us to think the difference in thoughts, living-style, peace-of-mind in same country. In fact, 10 years back people were leaving these villages to get involved in global race and time has come when some of them have realized that rural India can also be a another good option to spend rest of the  life. During our visits, we see many educated folks in rural India working on some unique ideas and impacting whole world...Overall, it was a great outing and we enjoyed it a lot. It was sunset time and we had to move back...


Overall, it was a great outing and we enjoyed it a lot. It was sunset time and we had to move back...

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