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ARVIND NEGI PHOTOGRAPHY – @himalayan__odyssey

ARVIND NEGI PHOTOGRAPHY – @himalayan__odyssey

“Seeking solitude has always been a task for me. It’s like one of those things that you want but lack the discipline to follow through. That is what solitude was for me. Standing on the top of this Gompa (Monastery) gave me what I was always in search of- Self! Maybe this indeed is the magic of The Himalaya.”

“For me, Chandratal lake was like one of the comfort foods my Nani used to make after the thrashing I got from my parents. Surrounded by huge mountains at an altitude of 14100ft lie Chandratal lake, popularly known as Trekkers Paradise and why not everybody needs comfort after endless treks which is similar to nature’s trashing.”
“Spiti is a heavenly gateway for those seeking solitude in the bless of nature. I consider myself fortunate to see Spiti in a new colour- Autumn.”
“Juggling between my Ph.D. and my passion, I found myself exploring the empty roads of Spiti valley in the November of the dreadful year 2020. When all means for voyage seemed impossible Ph.D. brought me to Spiti while my passion met halfway. Honestly for me it was an endless delight.”
NH05, Kinnaur, November 2020
The curvy track carved out of rocks was revamped and double-laned earlier this year to welcome the tourists, but with the pandemic keeping the visitors away, the tarmac did not lose its sheen. BRO’s consistent efforts to keep the road running in the face of landslides and the recent turnaround is representative of how India’s infrastructure has evolved over the years.

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Anirudh Chandel

| Lawyer | Writer | Traveller | Footballer |

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