Travelling Camera sharing natural richness of Himachal Pradesh

Himachal Pradesh is my native state and I used to visit it once in two months at least... I am very proud to say that its wonderful and unique part of India.. When I left Himachal five years back, I came to know about the realities of life ;-) When I came to Delhi for my First job after B.Tech, I was introduced with polluted NCR with very bad weather and 'anokhe' log :-)  I will stop here and you just enjoy some photographs from my last trip to Palampur..


Dhauladhar Ranges covered with Snow...  

 
Himachal Pradesh, also called as Dev Bhoomi is also rich in terms of herbs... Now a days, many people in Himachal grow herbs and earn for their life...

 
Colors of Himachal Pradesh : Green, Blue are main colors because the state is full of trees, plants and greenery. Blue is simply due to clear sky because of cleanliness and freshness...

 
A huge valley near Kangra... Shot before sunset and we were getting late for reaching Palampur for a Wedding party :-)

 
Other side of this valley with a road heading towards Sujanpur-Tira and Hamirpur... Hamirpur is top district in all over india for Literacy ... and let me share that Himachal Prdaesh comes second after Kerala fro top state in Literacy...

 
Enlightened edges of this plant called "Khair" in native language and used in many medicins.. If you have heard about 'Katha', its created by juice of these leaves...

 
Again a closer view of Dhauladhar Ranges near Palampur...

I love Himachal Pradesh !!!

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