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The intent of Farbound.Net is to encourage travel and exploration to foster a deeper respect of the world we live in. Cultivate in people a love and responsibility towards the environment, species and humanity. And contribute to the growth of tourism, area specific businesses, institutions and services. Farbound.Net is also a knowledge platform for people from across the globe to connect over and welcomes readers to suggest their views, inputs and discuss featured topics using the comment box, responsibly. To know more about Farbound.Net connect with me via email: founder.farbound.siddhartha@gmail.com or call: +91 9805626010.

North Sikkim.

Frosty Himalayan hills cradle a lonely spot of the earth somewhere between the Lachung & Yumthang Valley of North Sikkim District, in this photo by Madhabendu Hensh

Ac kollarını ben geldim.

A Cormorant stretches its wings wide at Sasalı Wildlife Park, Turkey in this photo by Seyhan Türemen.

Bhuntar in the snow.

Dense snowfall in 2014 turns the town of Bhuntar in Kullu, Himachal Pradesh into a dreamy picture of a hill town.

Kullu Karishma.

A weaving outfit located in Kullu Valley, Himachal Pradesh, India specializing in soft and comfortable woolen garments made from pure wool, fibers and vegetable dyes. Customers also have the option of ordering their own uniquely done garments.

The warm rays of wool.

Multiple woolen threads cut sunlight pouring in through a window in this photo taken inside the Bhuttico factory. Like the sun, wool is a cherished commodity in the snow carpeted Himalayas.

Here I sing free.

Reveling in the freedom of its natural habitat, a Himalayan Bulbul sweetens the air with its soft and soulful whistles in Bhuntar, Himachal Pradesh, India.

Making the heavens pour.

A dense patch of vegetation is set alight on a hillside and left to smolder and fume, in an attempt to bring down the rains in Himachal Pradesh, India.

Life of a master weaver at Bhuttico.

Mahender is a veteran weaver working with the Bhutti weavers co-operative society in Kullu, Himachal Pradesh, India and one of the few skilled enough to produce the difficult Kinnauri shawl. Yet at the age of 16, he was an unskilled youth, desperately seeking an employment to support his family.

Bhuntar, Himachal Pradesh, India.

What to expect at Bhuntar, a mid size town, that falls en route to Manali and Manikaran in Himachal Pradesh, India.

Intelligent birds. Bad human students.

A Rose Ringed Parakeet balances high on a tree for breakfast in the outskirts of Bhuntar, Himachal Pradesh, India. Parakeets are claimed to have the highest voice clarity among all other species in the parrot family.