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For work, lunch, chess or that unfinished book.

Break a long journey over lunch at Nature Park Mohal, or drop in for work, a game of cards or the charm of reading in the midst of nature.

Wrap your self in eastern spirituality.

Developed in an record era centuries ago, the Kinnauri Shawl occupies a top slot in Himachali Shawls for both its refinement and spiritual nature.

Possibly the world’s most complex hybrid.

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?
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Making money out of an addiction.

How to buy those cancer sticks in a country that contributed 110 million smokers.

The first apple.

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.

The early start.

Trekkers wake up early for the Bhawa Pass trek in Kinnaur, Himachal Pradesh, India in this photo by expedition leader Panki Sood.

Home of the mighty Pandavas.

The old fort or Purana Quila in New Delhi, India is thought by some to be the site on which once stood the fabled city of Indraprasta - mentioned in the Indian epic poem, the Mahabharata.

Splash of the Pelican.

A Great White Pelican splashes around in a lake inside the National Zoological Park, Delhi in this photo by Vikram Singh - a man who spends considerable time crusading for the birds and their habitat.

The bleeding tree.

The wooden sculpture of a bleeding tree with child in arm, stands as a powerful statement of man's relation with his environment, inside the Nature Park at Mahol, Himachal Pradesh, India.

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