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Woolen leg warmers by Kullu Karishma.

The retro legwarmer gets a Himalayan touch in this series by Kullu Karishma. Select from available stock, request a custom made with choice in wool, fabric and design or order in bulk for business.

Woolen socks by Kullu Karishma.

Warm woolen socks made from Angora and Merino wool. Request a custom made or order in bulk for business.

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.

A shot in the dark.

Pick of the web: In the placid waters of Jaipur's Man Sagar lake, the 18th century Jal Mahal glitters like a jewel on a polished black surface in this photo by Arindam Saha.

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

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.