|Clouds over the peaks and fields behind the private guest house, Rajgundha, Chota Bhangal.|
|A board of wildlife wing, HP Forest Dept. near to Govt. Rest House, Rajgundha, Chota Bhangal, Kangra|
|Manure in wooden cone(known locally as Kirda)|
|Waiting for the rest house keeper to come back, Rajgundha, Chota Bhangal, Kangra.|
|Deepal and Anand - A click towards east, at Rajgundha, chota Bhangal - April 2016|
Evening at Rajgundha
After all was set up Sai and Deepak went to have some chit chat and cup of tea with the shopkeeper uncle. I felt my stomach asking for emptying. I picked up my cell phone and wallet and went up to mountain, near to the upstream of the brook (nallah), no other facility was available. At the downstream was the village and fields.
|A click from shop towards north west-the peaks of Thamsar pass (Rajgundha, Chota Bhangal, Kangra)|
He talked about the Thamsar pass that was almost visible from the shop itself. Until then, four of us had assumed that Hanuman Tibba was the one that was visible to us, but this sharp peak was the one adjacent to the Thamsar pass. Thamsar pass connects Chota Bhangal region with the Bada Bhangal. Given to their higher elevations of almost 5000 meters above MSL, all these mountain peaks and their nearby valleys were white covered with snow. Palachak, the place from where Uhl river originates would be somewhere at the base of these peaks onto our sides of mountains.
|A morning click towards west - mountain brook valley and the house and shop in front, Rajgundha, Chota Bhangal, Kangra, April 2016.|
|A Fine morning view of Rajgundha, clicked eastward, April 2016|