Home Tags Bhuntar
Fading light casts a subtle and softer look to the countryside along the river near the Bhuntar-Haithan bridge in Bhuntar, Himachal Pradesh, India.
A miniature Himalayan forestscape that is pious and naturally charming for a soul to soul connection and to bring in good fortune by feeding the fish in the pond.
For incoming travelers headed for Manikaran, Diyar, Kasol or Manali, the Bhuntar-Hatithan bridge might be a mere landmark but for dwellers of the valley it continues to be a busy lifeline.
In its final larval stage, identified by its dark body with spiky white hair that causes skin irritation to humans, a nest of walnut caterpillars meander across a tree in a manner entomologists have come to define as processionary motion. Keep an eye out for this spectacle of nature when outdoors.
What creature has the trunk of an elephant, the jaws of a crocodile, the eyes of a monkey, the tusks of a wild boar, the scales, tendrils and gills of a fish, the tail of a peacock, the mane of a horse and the claws of a lion?
Himachal was not always the land of apples as it is today. In fact in ancient times not a single apple tree grew within her borders.
Dense snowfall in 2014 turns the town of Bhuntar in Kullu, Himachal Pradesh into a dreamy picture of a hill town.
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.
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.
What to expect at Bhuntar, a mid size town, that falls en route to Manali and Manikaran in Himachal Pradesh, India.
12Page 1 of 2