|Crossing a fallen tree on the trail Winch camp to Barot after leaving the haulage track.|
|From right - Anand, Sai and Deepak , Diversion towards Luhardi and Badagram at Multhan, Kangra.|
|Uhl vs the road|
|That's Nalhota and fields, Badagram, Chota Bhangal, Kangra.|
It was irritating to try to reach the body parts where I wouldn't reach. It was disturbing, but the warmth of the blankets and cushioning of the mattresses wouldn’t be available outside the room. Also there was no good camping site available, only ploughed fields everywhere around the village.
|Inside the Nalhota village, Badagram, Kangra. -April 2016|
It seemed closed, and I was in a hurry, so I didn’t try to go inside just clicked myself with the temple and came back. Amar Singh- the owner of the room asked to pay around 600/- rupees for our stay, four persons’ dinner, 10 cups of tea and perhaps one or two biscuit packets. It was the least that we could pay for such a nice dinner and a night’s stay.
|Crossing Uhl in her teenage in between Badagram and Rajgundha, Chota Bhangal, Kangra.|
Deepak and I tried to get some good clicks. Midst the big Deodar and rhododendron trees trail on the other side of the river rose very steeply for about another two hundred meters and then we would reach the terraced fields of the Rajgundha. Parshuram, a thirty two years old farmer (as he told) had joined us on this ascent. He told us about the Potato farms, the private and govt. rest houses and also gave us the information about the trail that goes to Palachak and further to Bada-Bhangal. There were not more than five to ten houses in Rajgundha.