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Kullu Karishma, Industrial Area, Shamshi, Himachal Pradesh, India: The Business Story on Kullu Karishma was written after a site visit and consultation/interview with the proprietor of the organization, Dr. Kamal Kishore Chandel. Kullu Karishma was listed on 24, December, 2014 – it was the first business to be highlighted on Farbound.Net. Last updated: 7th, September 2015.
Mahabali Excursions, Himachal Pradesh, India: The Business Story on Mahabali Excursions was written after consultation/interview with Kartik Chandel, marketing head of the outfit. Mahabali Excursions was listed on 13 January 2015. Last updated on: 6th September, 2015. The story is currently not available on Farbound.Net
Sunshine Himalayan Adventures, Himachal Pradesh, India:The Business Story on Sunshine Himalayan Adventures was written after consultation/interview with Ankit Sood, founder/owner of Sunshine Himalayan Adventures for the necessary details of his life and organization. Sunshine Himalayan Adventures was listed on 13th March, 2015.
Hotel Sea Rock and Picnic Spot, Bhuntar, Himachal Pradesh, India:The Business Story on Hotel Sea Rock and Picnic Spot was written after a site visit and consultation/interview with Subash Malhan, one of the proprietors of the establishment for the necessary details of the establishment and his family’s journey. Hotel Sea Rock and Picnic Spot was listed on 10th June, 2015. The story is currently not available on Farbound.Net
Bhutti Weavers Co-operative Society, Bhutti Colony, Himachal Pradesh, India: The Business Story on Bhuttico or Bhutti Weavers Co-operative Society was written after a site visit and consultation/interview with Ramesh Kumar Thakur, General Manager, Bhutti Weavers Co-operative Society for the necessary details of the organization and its practices. Bhutti Weavers Co-operative Society was listed on 23rd of April, 2015. The story is currently not available on Farbound.Net
Valentino’s, Gandhi Nagar & Jagatsuk, Himachal Pradesh, India:The Business Story on Valentino’s was written after site visit interview/consultation with its proprietor Vipin Sharma for the necessary details about his life and restaurant. Restaurant Valentino was listed on the 25th of July, 2015. Last updated: 2nd September, 2015.
Personal note from Founder Farbound.Net
The restaurant Valentino’s would never have come to be had it not been for a friend of my wife, who suggested the place when we were looking to try out some Mexican cuisine in Kullu valley. The first time I visited the restaurant on 17th May, 2015, there where very few people sitting there, and I was very much taken in with the sleepy environment, the food and particularly the terrace dinning area. We had paid the bill left and visited a second time. Two months later, dripping wet from a sudden thunder shower I walked in during the lunch hour (the restaurant was full then) and asked for the proprietor. Speaking on the phone, I had fixed an appointment for Thursday (16-07-2015). Vipin drove down from Jagatsuk (his hometown and where Valentino’s has a second branch), and we had talked.
In my opinion, taste is a matter of individual preference – some may like Vipin’s cooking, some may not, some may like the terrace, and of course some may not. For me, however, it was his ebullient nature and culinary journey that appealed the most – after all, how many lads from India’s non affluent families, inspite of not having even the semblance of a decent education, fluency in English (in a country that tends to prefer the second language over one’s own mother tongue) enough money or a long list of influential contacts to open doors, get to achieve their dreams, or for that matter have the will to even try. The video in the article is the first on Farbound.Net. It was done on the spot using the video recorder of a Fuji camera without editing or visual manipulation of any kind or including the services of a professional filmmaker. The intent was to provide travelers with an ‘as accurate walk through’ as possible – and also since travelers normally don’t go visiting with film equipment in tow.