Hiking from Nayapul to Ghandruk

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Hiking Route: Nayapul – Birethaanti – Syaulibazar – Ghandruk
Date: January 23 , 2009, Friday – January 25 , 2009, Sunday
Hike Coordinator: Keshav Basnet
Participants: PragyaR, PratikshyaR, GeetikaJ, KeshavB, BhanuC, SuyeshN, KapilP, RachitN, SangharshaB, KamalK, VishnuK, DineshB, SanjeetV, BishwaS, RaviS, PawanP and DhilungHK
Photos: DhilungK, SangharshaB, KeshavB, BhanuC, SuyeshN, PratikshaR, DineshB and PawanP
Caption: SangharshaB, KeshavB, BhanuC, RachitN, SuyeshN and DineshB
Poem By: Bishwa Shrestha
Report By: PratikshaR, GeetikaJ, PragyaR and AshishT
Latitude: N 28°22’40″
Longitude: E083°48’27″
Altitude: 1980m
Creative Support: DijupT/DhilungK

On Friday evening, after 12 hours of work, 17 hikers from D2 were ready to move towards our destination, Ghandruk. Usually after a hard day’s work, everyone seems to be tired but on this Good Friday, every individual had a smile on their face. We were all mentally planning to capture the most comfortable seat in the van, but we three girls had to settle on a seat meant for two. But none of us really slept the whole night. The songs and all the jokes kept us going. It was really memorable.

Ghandruk means “Ghana Jungle” in Gurung language. Ghandruk is a famous Gurung village, overlooking the picturesque lake town of Pokhara as well as the breathtaking Himalayan panorama. It is one of the famous trekking destinations in western Nepal. At 1,951 meters, the Gurung village offers excellent opportunities to experience the unique and colorful culture of the Gurungs and breathtaking views of Annapurna, Machhapucchre and Dhaulagiri. Ghandruk is referred to as a living cultural monument in that it continues to showcase the unique culture of the Gurungs. Our hiking route turned out to be just that and a bit more. Waterfalls, river, mountain, Himalayas and jungle all seem very beautiful.

Our Hiking was a challenging one, as it is a 5 days trekking route. But we planned to shorten the hike by only trekking to Ghandruk from Nayapool. For this we had decided to depart from ktm on friday evening so that we can start hike on early in the next morning. As planned, we started our hike from Nayapool. After hiking for about half an hour we reached Birethaanti from where route is separated for Ghorepaani and Ghandruk. Planning Ghorepaani for next hike we moved towards Ghandruk. Hiking by the side of gurgling Modi River was very pleasant part of the hike. The sound of the soothing relaxing river was a truly remarkable relaxing experience. Exploring well preserved culture was fascinating. We met plenty of tourist most of them were Korean. After a tiring walk through the steep hills, we stopped at the hut to take some rest. As we were listening to the songs, we encountered a Korean girl. We played the Korean song as well as its copied version in Hindi and she was surprised. Each and every part of hiking trail was enjoyable and full of adventure, there was always something interesting to see on next destination. Each and every house was ready to serve you as a guest with great hospitality. Waterfalls, white water of Modi, paved hiking trekking trail, smiling tourist and beautiful house-cum-guesthouse with slate stone roof on the way were very much pleasing. All the houses were constructed in such a way that it resists the extreme cold. After all day walk, finally we got to relax at the lodge where we had camp fire at night along with singing and gossiping. Since there is no roadway, the means of transportation is through mules. So the goods seem to be more costly than that on the base.

The next morning we made our way back off the hilltop and headed back through an easy walk downhill. There are enough waterfalls, interesting rock formations and hills worth climbing to fill two days of exploring. We couldn’t resist ourself to go to the Modi River to capture beautiful moments. The gentle touch of ice-cold water of Modi River worked like a pain reliever for us which took all our tiredness away.

As Pokhara was on our way we couldn’t just pass by it because all of us had strong desire to go there although we had limited time of 3 hours. This was Geetika’s first visit to Pokhara so she was most excited to explore one of the scenic beauties of Nepal. Thakali ko khana was what all wanted. After having lunch we headed towards to Fewa Lake. The boating at the lake was our favorite part of the journey. The lake surrounding by the hills, those flying birds rejuvenated our spirit. It was so much fun being on the boat and being hit by the cool breeze and watching people sailing. Sleeping fearlessly on the tips of the boat, splashing water to one another was really a fun.

“Study nature, not books” you will surely be the poet

Befriending the mountains is a wonder
you feel like a child
walkin around with your mother

no one can hurt you then,
no pain can you not endure,
the vastness and the beauty
all does its magic

i made friends with them
and felt my heart grow
i walked around with them for a while
and witnessed my soul smile

The White Giants blushed red
From the touch of the morning Rays
Like the cheeks of a Sherpa girl
Smiling with youthful perseverance
Our world is sleeping somewhere
But had it been awake,

It wouldn’t have been lucky enough
As we were,
To feel this emotion
So rare
That nature has been
Exhibiting silently – shyly

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We welcome you to ABC trail (Birethanti)
00 We welcome you to ABC trail (Birethanti)
01 Nayapul
Cute little fellow gifted by nature
02 Cute little fellow gifted by nature
Group with Tanha Dil
03 Group with Tanha Dil
Will u sit
04 Will u sit
Tori Bari Bata ra Sapana haru
05 Tori Bari Bata ra Sapana haru
Real hikers
06 Real hikers
Going school, no way
07 Going school, no way
Aangan - keep it clean
08 Aangan – keep it clean
March Pass
09 March Pass
This is a lot better than any mineral water
10 This is a lot better than any mineral water
Every morning i wake up to see you gleaming
11 Every morning i wake up to see you gleaming
The AfterLife
12 The AfterLife
13 Friends
I`ll lead this difficult path
14 I`ll lead this difficult path
Who r u shooting we r here
15 Who r u shooting we r here
The railings were made to prevent the animals falling off
16 The railings were made to prevent the animals falling off
Camp fire at ghandruk top
17 Camp fire at ghandruk top
Talk King and his wife
18 Talk King and his wife
Lawyer from china
19 Lawyer from china
The hiking group
20 The hiking group
Who can paint better than Nature
21 Who can paint better than Nature
This is Ghandruk
22 This is Ghandruk
Walking the hard way
23 Walking the hard way
Ancient technology - still affective
24 Ancient technology – still affective
Viewing through vignette
25 Viewing through vignette
It`s all for my family
26 It`s all for my family
The Look
27 The Look
28 Brotherhood
V With Korean AGASHI
29 V With Korean AGASHI
Who will win - slow and steady
30 Who will win – slow and steady
Smile plz
31 Smile plz
Her eyes were wet
32 Her eyes were wet
Two sides of Life
33 Two sides of Life
Innocent steps from Japan
34 Innocent steps from Japan
Happy to capture u in my camera
35 Happy to capture u in my camera
My sassy girl
36 My sassy girl
Pose on Modi Khola
37 Pose on Modi Khola
Tanha dill tanha safar
38 Tanha dill tanha safar
This is how ghandruk is loosing forest
39 This is how ghandruk is loosing forest
La khai sakyo..lab test ko lagi rakhe ko thiye.....
40 La khai sakyo..lab test ko lagi rakhe ko thiye…..
And the laziest photographer award goes to...
41 And the laziest photographer award goes to…
I`m devil
42 I`m devil
Dharma nai Karma ho
43 Dharma nai Karma ho
Chamatkari baba got enlightment
44 Chamatkari baba got enlightment
Nigara fall in Nepal
45 Nigara fall in Nepal
All the best
46 All the best
Paan ko paat maya...
47 Paan ko paat maya…
48 Machhapuchhre
Brand ambassadors of frooti
49 Brand ambassadors of frooti
5000 ko Anda kaha bata niskyo
50 5000 ko Anda kaha bata niskyo
Cameraman in Focus
51 Cameraman in Focus
Budhesh kaal ko sahara
52 Budhesh kaal ko sahara
Electricity source
53 Electricity source
Just for you sweetie
54 Just for you sweetie
Beast of Burden
55 Beast of Burden
Dream of life
56 Dream of life
Downward trail at Khimchi
57 Downward trail at Khimchi
Balanced body
58 Balanced body
59 Laalupate
Gurung village - Landruk(on the opposite side)
60 Gurung village – Landruk(on the opposite side)
I m the Pele from nepal
61 I m the Pele from nepal
1st step is always hard
62 1st step is always hard
Stand on the rock
63 Stand on the rock
Come and sleep on my Lap
64 Come and sleep on my Lap
Happy to hike
65 Happy to hike
66 Hiunchuli
Stop this
67 Stop this
Annapurna ko Phedima
68 Annapurna ko Phedima
Wait wait blind man is behind u
69 Wait wait blind man is behind u
Local at Ghandruk
70 Local at Ghandruk
Path to heaven
71 Path to heaven
Smiling with silver teeth
72 Smiling with silver teeth
73 The VISH
Rintin tin tin
74 Rintin tin tin
White ice cream with cherry at the top
75 White ice cream with cherry at the top
Frozen in time
76 Frozen in time
Morning shows the day
77 Morning shows the day
Syauli bazar bridge
78 Syauli bazar bridge
Naagbeli Garaharu
79 Naagbeli Garaharu
I caught the fish
80 I caught the fish
Maachho ta futkiyo
81 Maachho ta futkiyo
Tipi Tipi Pani Barsa Pani Me Aa
82 Tipi Tipi Pani Barsa Pani Me Aa
Modi River with a welcome giggle
83 Modi River with a welcome giggle
Baba in materialistic world
84 Baba in materialistic world
I can spend my lifetime with you like this
85 I can spend my lifetime with you like this
Row row row your boats gently down the stream .. merrily merrily merrily .. life is like a dream
86 Row row row your boats gently down the stream .. merrily merrily merrily .. life is like a dream
Smile smile caught u
87 Smile smile caught u
Wish i had this
88 Wish i had this
Without a sailor
89 Without a sailor
Shooting each other
90 Shooting each other
Wanabe Shutterbugs
91 Wanabe Shutterbugs
Tal Barahi
92 Tal Barahi
Lade lade lade ma ta launa samau
93 Laden laden laden ma ta launa samau
Taal Barahi South Pokhara
94 Taal Barahi South Pokhara
Majhi dai pokhara fewataal ko
95 Majhi dai pokhara fewataal ko
Nature, fun, economy and profit
96 Nature, fun, economy and profit
Manakamana gate
97 Manakamana gate
I shall quit this when I die
98 I shall quit this when I die
We achieved our target
99 We achieved our target
 Playing with the exposure
100 Playing with the exposure
Hiking from Nayapul to Ghandruk was last modified: June 1st, 2015 by Administrator

Blog Comments

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  2. maadal

    wah kya daami daami pics ani dami thau.
    hamile pani jana payo hunthyo ni yesto thau ma.
    k garne kasaile lagdainan …… :(

  3. deerwalk ko designer

    i’m the designer who designed the webpage for deerwalk…. i was given list of pictures i never thought that it was from this place..

    Anyway whoever shot that .. picture is really nice

  4. pokhara

    Some stupids are spoiling the coment chain. What the hell this Conrad posting in the comment. and these Yian and Spolksy. Go away!

  5. linguist

    I am very surprised that how a chinese Yian and Russian Spolsky say same thing.
    Two comments are very identical and all thing they say is exactly the same.
    very very surprised.
    And even more surprised that these both comments are totally irrelevant with the post.

  6. Spolsky

    У веб-додатків будь-який користувач визначається сесії. На сесії містить інформацію про користувача. Типовим прикладом є інтернет-магазин: вміст вашому кошику зберігаються у сесії.

    Щоб запобігти ряд сесій збільшити нескінченно, вони зруйнували після певного часу бездіяльності (час без зміни сторінці) від користувача. Це називається сесії таймаут. Всі користувальницькі дані, що зберігаються в сесії зникає (наприклад, ви заповніть вашу кошик раз).

    Іноді замовчуванням тайм-аут сеансу може бути занадто низькою, особливо, коли користувач буде витрачати багато часу на одній сторінці. Для збільшення часу очікування в Tomcat, будь ласка, знайдіть наступний розділ

  7. bujaune manchhe

    @ Lab test k ho bujhena
    la ma bujaidinchhu hai ta
    khas maa tyatro ukalo hinda hinda ek janaa hiker lai ali garho nai paryo usle pathology test garnu parne bhayechha tasartha usle pathology test garne samagri Mineral water ko bottle maa bharera rakhechha
    tara kuro maa twist katibela aayo bhane arko ek jana hiker le chain tyaslai juice hola bahnera piunda rokna laageko drishya ho yo.
    aba chharlangai bujiyo haina ta………….

  8. suresh

    “One of the hikeer Says: ” …… It was never closed, just got behind by some of the post which does not deserve to be best…so seems now …the hiking fans are in the way to prove “Best is Always Best”…..

  9. Lab test k ho bujhena

    40 La khai sakyo..lab test ko lagi rakhe ko thiye…..

    launa yo caption bujhena.. somebody help.

  10. Haha HikingFan

    Hey HikingFan.. thanks for the comment..
    Do you realize that you are introducing a controversy in this post??? More the controversy more is the hit count. And if this is a competition, it is not for $s. Its just to prove the best post which it already is.

  11. Conrad

    Lessons of the Great Depression
    Written by Conrad
    Wednesday, 03 December 2008

    The best way to get a mental grasp about the current financial crisis is to look at a few past recessions and depressions. The most famous being the great depression of the 1930s but equally interesting is a much smaller recession that happened in England following the invention of the spinning jenny.

    James Hargraves invented the spinning jenny in 1764. It could spin yarn eight times faster with the same amount of labour. The initial economic impact was that the price of yarn dropped and many yarn spinners lost their jobs. Violent riots ensued, many of the new machines were smashed and Mr Hargraves was forced to flee for his life.

    Eventually the demand for yarn grew and because textiles were now significantly cheaper people started to consume more. Wild radical consumerist ideas such as changing your underwear weekly started. A regular change of clothes became possible for the common man. The industrial textile industry of the late 18th century was the fastest growing seg

    Eventually the demand for yarn grew and because textiles were now significantly cheaper people started to consume more. Wild radical consumerist ideas such as changing your underwear weekly started. A regular change of clothes became possible for the common man. The industrial textile industry of the late 18th century was the fastest growing segment of the economy and was one of the driving forces that lead the UK into the industrial revolution.

    What technology does is increase the efficiency with which we can produce more goods and services. If we do not consume more, we have a surplus of labour and people lose their jobs.

    The same pattern repeated itself in the early 20th century. There were more new technological inventions in the late 19th and early 20th century than ever before. Combustion engine, production lines, transatlantic flights, radio and many others increased productivity. The biggest increase in output as a result of technological efficiency was the automobile sector where output of automobiles increased ten fold. Tractors and mechanization of farms increased the efficiency of food production.. Between 1923 and 1930 output per labourer increased 25%. However take home pay only increased by 8%.

    The first person to predict the coming of the depression in the thirties was Henry Ford. He pointed out that even though technology now enabled factories to produce so much more, the average person could not afford to buy all the goods being manufactured.

    In 1933 when throwing his support behind the industrial recover act Henry Ford stated ”The factories are not stopped for the lack of money, but the lack of orders. Money loaned at the top means nothing. Money spent at the bottom starts everything.” (1)

    Eventually the world economies got out of their financial crisis because people started to consume more. Initially it was in the form of a wartime economy. More bombs, tanks, planes were produced, but after the war a new consumerist culture emerged.

    The National Industrial Recovery Act instituted by President Roosevelt empowered consumers by ensuring a minimum wage, preventing labour exploitation and actively providing employment in government funded construction projects. Corporations that recognized the power of marketing constantly encouraged new forms of consumption.

    For the next 70 years consumption kept up with the ability of technological efficiency to produce more and more stuff.

    The relationship between technological efficiency and consumption continued into the 1990s when the economy started to slow down again. In an attempt to reinvigorate the economy large amounts of money were loaned to consumers in an attempt to get them to purchase more. This strategy did not work and 10 years later culminated in the sub prime mortgage crisis. (2).

    Today the average worker is approximately 400% more efficient than a worker in the 1950s. In just eleven hours a worker can produce the same amount of goods and services as someone working 40 hours in the 1950s. It also means that 400% more stuff as to be consumed or people will loose their jobs.

    The present economic problem is two fold.

    Firstly, once adjusted for inflation, wages in North America have barely kept up with inflation. In a global context the situation is much more serious. When jobs are exported to third world countries with minimum labour standards, it creates a labour force that can’t afford to buy all the goods and services being produced. This is a virtual identical repeat of the problem that caused the great depression.

    Secondly, what we have been consuming is the planet itself. According the UN millennium report 60% of the worlds ecosystems are in substantial decline. According to a study done by Dalhousie University the worlds stock of large fish has decreased by 90%. Even the USA intelligence agency is warning that we will be facing series water shortages by 2025. What got us out of previous depressions and recessions is that people started to consumed more. If current surplus production capacity is balanced with increased consumption our ecological footprint will increase faster than it has ever done before.(3) World leaders are frantically trying to find new ways for consumers to return to their dutiful roles of spending more and more. If they succeed we are going to have a much bigger problem to deal with.

    So what is the solution?

    One potential solution that was implemented in 1933 by President Roosevelt during the great depression is to reduce the workweek from ten hours a day to eight hours a day. Instead of having a high unemployment rate, the work is shared so that more people can become employed.

    Technological efficiency gives us a choice; we can either continue to work just as hard and exponentially consume and grow the economy, or we can translate those gains in efficiency into other more meaningful activities such as child rearing, education, arts and holding elected leaders accountable. It is not surprising to learn that countries that do have lower workweeks such as Norway, Holland and Germany are more egalitarian and have lower crime rates. This might be coincidental, but I suspect that when people have time to invest in other types of work besides trying to endlessly fill up landfills with junk, we create the opportunity for a healthier and wiser society.

    In 1933 we changed from a 10 hour day to a 8 hour day. Maybe its now time to change to a 6 hour day.


    1) When throwing his support behind the National Industrial Recover act

    of 1933, Ford Declared: We’ve got to stop that gouging process if we want to see all of the people reasonably prosperous. There is only one rule for industrialists and that is: Make the best quality of goods possible at the lowest cost paying the highest wages possible. Nothing can be right in this country until wages are right. The

    life of business comes forth from the people in orders. The factories are not stopped for the lack of money, but the lack of orders. Money loaned at the top means nothing. Money spent at the bottom starts everything.”

    Mass Production, the Stock Market Crash, and the Great Depression by Bernard C. Beaudreau page 113

    2) Today many politicians are blaming the financial crisis on the sub prime mortgage failure. It is interesting to note from the time the stock market collapsed in 1929 it took over 4 years before the USA congress was willing to acknowledge that the depression was not a consequence of the stock market failures but rather a consequence fundamentals flaws in the economy itself.

    3) It will increase faster than ever before because we are more industrially efficient than ever before.
    Last Updated ( Thursday, 26 March 2009 )

  12. sudip

    Liked pic 75 a lot: “White ice cream with cherry at the top”
    It can fairly reveal the actual beauty of Nepal.
    I was unlucky not to get included in the hiking team despite responding just 2 mins after the invitation mail (DHAADALI)…
    I hope this hiking route is repeated when Rudra dai arrives.
    Better luck sudip for next time to Ghandruk!!!

  13. HikingFan

    Pictures? It is fair to believe it is still one of the best hiking pictures in EU (at least) so far taken by fantastic D2 photographer. But now when I look at the comments, i feel sorry to say that these comments (or rather artificial) are written just for the sake of dolar. Come on guys, be tru to yourself and don’t compromise in this filthy “war” for the sake of dolar. This is degrading your morale.

  14. suresh

    Cool guys, so the war is going on in the full blow…..keep it up. Yes, the content and pics in this post is mind blowing in comparison with of competitors.

  15. pokhreli kanchho

    machhapuchhre fewatalma paudi kheldho rahechha, pokhara ka sathi vaiko POKHARA nai rahechha…………..

  16. praDEW

    PK=PKS=Pradhyumna Kumar Shrestha (119)……….pkshrestha@d2hawkeye.com
    Ani ma nirdosh chhu ni mero naam uchali ra chah keta haru..

  17. Nam ji Eun

    나는 버전을 듣는 놀랬다
    나는 나가 노래를 듣지 않기 때문에 더 이상 확인할 수 없었다

  18. Nam ji Eun

    장소는 아주 아름다웠다
    나는 몇번이고 방문할 것이다
    사람들, 나는 아주 친절했다 만났다

    The place was very beautiful.
    I will visit again and again.
    People, I met were very friendly.)

  19. How come...

    Yo post ta puranai ho ni.. Aja ekkasi kasari yesto view count badhyo??
    La hai Lava.. timro strategy haru le nabhyaune hola jasto cha..

  20. Watch "Pokhara Trip" team

    These guys are on the way to beat the “Pokhara trip” team and win $1000 prize on July 24th. Good going guys. 700 plus hit in a day! Hello Lava – Musa jasto bhaye jasto chha ni aba ta! Khub chamkeko thiyo ni.

  21. ब्लगर सर्वोच्चता

    कोरियन सुन्दरीहरुको फोटो यो ब्लगमा नआये हामी कडा र झन सशक्त आन्दोलन गर्नेछौ |
    ब्लगर सर्वोच्चताको यो आन्दोलन फोटो नआउन्जेल सुचारु रहनेछ |

  22. कोरियन सुन्दरी फ्यान

    हो हो त्यो त हो……….
    खै कुन्नी कसका कोठा अनि कसका गोजीहरुमा छापा मार्दा बरामद भाको भन्ने पो सुनेको थिये…………….

  23. karma

    कोरियन सुन्दरीहरुको फोटो kasai kasaile lukayo bhaneko sunekoho maileta :p

  24. Lovely Ghandruk

    5000 ko chicken, Lekali noodles, long walk in sun, playing in phewa, it was all wonderful.
    I want to go there again.

  25. कोरियन सुन्दरी फ्यान

    हैन हौ कोरियन सुन्दरीहरुको फोटो त देख्दिन नि !!!!!!!!!!!!

  26. Prajwalan

    Wow!! Our Nepal is just too beautiful and Ghandruk is mesmerizing.

    Please organize this again during July/August. Probably, I can also join D2 hikers during that time.

  27. Mr Sensible

    छोटो काहानी
    धेरै पहिला,
    शायद अस्सी – एकासी तिर होला, एक जना दाई ले मोदी मा माछा समाउन खोजेछन। माछा हरु डर् त्राश् ले, यता उता भागन थालेछन। एक छिन् पछी ती दाई हताश भएर, खाली हात फर्केछन।

    पछी थाहा लाग्यो, दाई बिचरा असफल भका हैन रछन, माछा हरु डराएर भागेका हैन रछन, तिनेरु त बयासी तिर पो लागेका रहेछन!!!

    अस्सी, एकासी, बयासी,
    हाम्रा दाई खिस्स दिये हाँसी।

    हे हे हे, , ,

  28. Mr Sensible

    :idea: जाडोयाम मा hiking जाँदा को फाईदा (in terms of clothing overhead and style):
    :idea: एका बिहानै गम्म: को Jacket।
    :idea: बिहान को ९-१२ बजे सम्म Jacket फुकालो अनी भित्र sweater ओर pullover भयी हाल्छ। hehe..
    :idea: And in the afternoon, sweater पनि फुकालो T-SHIRT निस्किन्छ।। hehe..

    1 set लुगा लगएर गयो, पुगी हाल्छ, अनी pictures पनि रङी बिरङी आउने भयो।
    फाईदा नै फाईदा।
    (Try revisiting the pictures, and see if this observation is justified or not..hehe)

  29. Mr Sensible

    :idea: जाडोयाम मा hiking जाँदा को फाईदा (in terms of clothing overhead and style):
    :idea: एका बिहानै गम्म: को Jacket।
    :idea: बिहान को ९-१२ बजे सम्म Jacket फुकालो अनी भित्र sweater ओर pullover भयी हाल्छ। hehe..
    :idea: And in the afternoon, sweater पनि फुकालो T-SHIRT निस्किन्छ।। hehe..

    1 set लुगा लगएर गयो, पुगी हाल्छ, अनी pictures पनि रङी बिरङी आउने भयो।
    फाईदा नै फाईदा।
    (Try revisiting the pictures, and see if this observation is justified or not..hehe)
    :wink: NOTE: कोइ पनि T*****C**T को level सम्म पुगेको चाँही देखिएना। :wink:

  30. One of hiker

    In ghandruk, the ppl there have no effect of load shedding, you might be wondering how the hell did electricity reach there. But they have a small hydropower setup, and is nearly sufficient for them. The trekkers wont have to face load shedding even in such a remote place where at least I didn’t expect. But we didn’t have time to visit the hydropower there.
    Doesn’t that sound great??

  31. Mr Sensible

    To AWSIV

    Thanks AWSIV for the INFO. Have seen the same in sundarijal…

    To One of Hiker

    A video of it, would have added excitement to all those, who have not seen it functioning… its ok.
    If you all win the prize, and go to ghandruk again, make sure u capture some motion of it..hehe

  32. One of hiker

    To Mr Sensible,
    I am sorry, we do not took any video clip of the “pani ghatta”. It certainly would have been great if we had taken one.

  33. Ravi

    @ beautiful

    We’ve used the word enlightment like its something that can be explained.
    It is something that is beyond our reach.
    I’ll repeat the words again, “until we get enlightment on self, it is useless to explain the meaning of enlightment. What we try to define is based on books that we’ve read and from some philosopher’s discourses that we’ve listened to and some on personal logics. “

    so better not explain it ….

  34. sangharsha

    thanks Viswa for re-refreshing the quote… i’vent yet started smoking but i thought that was the reason… :grin:

    @Shangharsha got enlightment:
    :roll: sorry dude but i forgot about the bus (beside our microbus) – of course certainly with headlight on as it was already dark.
    could you help me recall that moment please…

  35. hiker

    la keshav dai yo hiking le best hiking award payo vane hami feri Ghandruk janu parcha hai ani yahi group ni feri……………. excluding all those HikingPeeditUnion ni!!!!

  36. Shangharsha got enlightment

    How can we forget that Shangharsha got enlightment when he turned back for continuing debate and suddenly a bus was beside our micro (certainly with headlight on) :lol:

  37. Mr Sensible

    THANKS TO “CheersToMrSensible”….I will try continuing my observations….
    By the way that Anonymous was also me, I forgot to put my name there. (m not plagiarizing..)
    My query to
    “To all people who think this hiking is about groupism!!”

    According to your stats there are good no. of drinkers (8) in the hiking group. But picture no. 17 is advocating that your stats are fake. I could not believe that you meant “COLD DRINK drinkers”.

    महिला मित्र हरु को उपस्थिती ले गर्दा सभ्यता झल्केको पनि हुन सक्छ तर,,जे भये पनि, कहिले काही त चिसो COKE ले पनि ट्रिप दिछ, हैन र? हे हे हे ,,,

    And something about pic 24: Do we have some video clips of this Pani Ghatta. It would be great…

  38. reply to mr. sensible

    aru ko pachhadi khada nabhayera ,wife ko pachhadi khada hunu nai thulo kura ho … :razz: for a husband……….. :grin:

  39. One of hiker

    Some information on pic 24:
    This is an ancient technology for grinding maize, rice, millet etc. This is still in use in many remote places of Nepal. It is called “Pani Ghatta”. The technology make use of energy from flowing water like in turbine. We found the owner of that “Pani Ghatta” sitting nearby basking in sun, and asked about grinding cost. He told i take “a pathi from a muri” meaning 1/20th of the grinded material.

  40. CheersToMrSensible

    Cheers to Mr. Sensible:
    Pic No 20:
    Behind a successful wife there is loving and caring husband..
    PIC no: 69:
    PINK T-SHIRT लगाउने बहिनी, पछाडि हेर त। त्यो WHITE T-SHIRT लगाउने दाई कस्तो लखतरान परेको। यो उमेर मा यस्तो छ, बुदेशकाल मा झन के होला, हैन??
    NOTE: Extension to my earlier comment:- Behind a successful and “ENERGETIC” wife there is loving and caring and a “TIRED” husband..
    Good job, carry on with your sensibility…

  41. sangharsha

    Reply to Awsiv, Bhanu, Keshav:
    Remember… the discussion was still ON while we were in the van.. & how Keshu Baba explained the shifting platform of “Logic”… and Ravi explained the meaning of Enlightenment…
    it was fun…
    the most interesting part of the trip was the discussion on “One Question” while we sat around the fire (17 Camp fire at ghandruk top)…
    thanks to all of the walkers & talkers… specially Keshu, Dhilung, the three ladies (for finally speaking out), Ravi, Suyesh, Bhanu, Kapil (for photography) and everyone whom i’ve missed..

  42. reply to Sleeping Beauty

    Tyahi bhayetra chanchune anda khako ho ra 5000 ko kukhura ko anda khako ho
    5000 ko kukhura lai pani kahin Bird flu laagchha ra tyo ta VIP kukhura ho

  43. Awsiv


    For those who don’t know, this discussion actually started with something like : “i don’t mind eating meat – its just an animal instinct”. :)

  44. reply to b and k

    ani ‘manche flue’ bhayeko bhaye , manche le bagh lai jungle ma lakhethyo hola ni…aai ja ma lai kha bhanyera.. :mrgreen: bichara tiger manche lai dekhera bhagthyo hola…….. :sad:

  45. Bhanu

    Keshav dai,
    By that time ‘tiger flu’ or some other disease might have been evolved related to tiger and you would be in the side of chicken, as you are in the side of tiger now. :lol: :lol:

  46. Keshav

    Kas! ‘Boiler Baagh’ ahile vaidiyeko vaye ‘Bird flu’ ko tension hudai na thiyo hola. I am still with ‘Boiler Baagh’ .

    Thanks Awsiv for recalling memory. It was wonderful discussion.

  47. Bhanu

    Thanks bishwa,
    for reminding it, we should continue it in some other hikings, i am sure Keshav dai has a lot to explain in the issue.

  48. Awsiv

    Malekhu ko discussion kadaaa… thyo :D

    Baagh haru lai maanchhe le paakeko bhaye … ahile samma “Boiler Baagh” haru paaina thalthyo … eheh


    Cheers to Keshab dai and Bhanu!

  49. Mr Sensible

    PIC no: 69
    PINK T-SHIRT लगाउने बहिनी, पछाडि हेर त। त्यो WHITE T-SHIRT लगाउने दाई कस्तो लखतरान परेको। यो उमेर मा यस्तो छ, बुदेशकाल मा झन के होला, हैन??
    NOTE: Extension to my earlier comment:- Behind a successful and “ENERGETIC” wife there is loving and caring and a “TIRED” husband..

  50. Reply To Sanjeet ko prize

    Testo prize paye ta ma pani tesari photo linthe ni… hetteri… testo ukalo bato ma “Ghodchadi” garna paye aaru k chainthyo….. swargiya ananda…. :razz:

  51. lekali chow chow fan

    lekali chow chow jasto mitho chow chow yo sansar ma kunai pani huna sakdaina… aani sanjit dai le pako gift hami sab lai khwayo… muri muri dhanyabad cha… jhandai saas jana lako thyo :neutral:

  52. Reply to Lava Kafle

    Lava Kafle G le organizing team bata Ghush khaye jasto chha ni. Yettikai tarif garnu bhayena uni haruko Ghotaal pani hernu paryo.

  53. Mr Sensible

    PINK colour को T-SHIRT लगाउने बहिनी, पछाडि हेर त। त्यो सेतो T-SHIRT लगाउने दाई त क्या लखतरान परेको। यो उमेर मा येस्तो छ, बुडेस्काल् मा के होला।
    हे हे Behind a successful wife there is loving, caring and TIRED husband..hehe
    To the administrator:
    The Anonymous Comment above was posted by me “Mr Sensible”. It would have been good if we get some message to continue as anonymous or not. Actually that Anonymous was unintentional.

  54. Anonymous

    My query to
    “To all people who think this hiking is about groupism!!”

    According to your stats there are good no. of drinkers (8) in the hiking group. But picture no. 17 is advocating that your stats are fake. I could not believe that you meant “COLD DRINK drinkers”.

    महिला मित्र हरु को उपस्थिती ले गर्दा सभ्यता झल्केको पनि हुन सक्छ तर,,जे भये पनि, कहिले काही त चिसो COKE ले पनि ट्रिप दिछ, हैन र? हे हे हे ,,,

  55. Lava Kafle

    Best ever shots!! The featured Picture Mountain with other dazzling, purple tops, and the beauty of actual Fish Tail with twin tails, I never saw myself during my life. Terabytes of thanks to organizer and photographer.

  56. hiker2

    Hike jana napaune le pida pokhera hairan garyo ba…yiniharu lai ta jati bahne pani nalagnne? Pashupati naath le yini haru lai sadbuddi Pradan garun. Kahi navaka dade haru…ali ramro kura ma ta time spend garnu ni.

  57. One of hiker

    Khai ta dhilung/keshav bro china, korea or japan bata ta comments aayena ni? Khali D2 kai discussion matra bho ni ?

  58. Reply to HikingPeeditUnion

    Haina coordinator nai hamro team ko bhayesi .. hami jo jo jana man lagcha tyo tyo janchu ni ..aru lai k ko tauko dukhai bhaneko ni…. timi haru lai ni testai jane ikchya cha bhane aafno team lead, mangers lai bhannu ni… aaba afule organize gareko hiking ma aafno sathi haru lai na lagi chinnu na jannu aru lai lancha ? yetti kura ko bujna katti garo bhako …

  59. Kaag karaudai garchha peena sukdai garchha ani kaag ko ghanti pani sukchha

    This was best hike and will certainly win Rs.50000 and again we will go for grand hike (50000 ko khashi khane not kukhura) and again HikingPeeditUnion ko kasailai pani na laijaane :lol: :lol:

  60. kaag karaudai garcha peena sukdai garcha

    Hiking Peedit harulai ali badhi nai peeda bhako jasto cha. Thulo thulo kura po garna thale ba… hiking is for fun not your so damn called Rajniti. Yedi teti nai interest hune bhaye last hike (lele) ma name pathayo??? I’m sure pathayena hola coz it was 1 day hike.. right??? Yesto attitude hune manche lai ta name list ma pare pani nikaldinu parcha, sab group lai ni jhyau lagni manche lagera k kaam?

    It was the BEST HIKE jolle jati sukai khoke pani. Thank you Keshav Dai!!!

  61. HikingPeeditUnion's another Suppoter

    well well pragya ra geetika arkai team ko bhanna laaj lagena….timi haru eutai room ma basera kaam garne ani co-worker ni nachinne…k ho yo…group ma basera kaam garna nasakne harule hiking chahi group ma garna sikke chan….good ramailo lagyo …..ani rabi ji ta timesheet ko QC jasto lageko thiyo malai ta

    its because of peoples like you that there are divisions within a single country like madhesi and paahadi….and its because of peoples like you that there are myriad groups in D2 as well….the groupism is flourishing in D2…someone should try to end this…..not to encourage this type of groupism…..the hiking pictures are really beautiful…i must appreciate this…and its also true that the hike will be more intresting if there are close groups together….but i must reckon the fact that our netajis are doing the same…..


    P.S. I have no problems with groupism…just a thought…

  62. ghotala all around

    Participants: PragyaR, PratikshaR, GeetikaJ, KeshavB, BhanuC, SuyeshN, KapilP, RachitN, SangharshaB, KamalK, VishnuK, DineshB, SanjeetV, BishwaS, RaviS, PawanP and DhilungHK

    Report By: PratikshaR, GeetikaJ, PragyaR and AshishT”"”"”

    look at the participants list and the reporters…………….how can a non participant make a report………… :idea: :shock:

  63. ReplyTo:To all people who think this hiking is about groupism!!

    Hey.. “To all people who think this hiking is about groupism!!”
    Good job on the statistics collection…

  64. Reply to "Reply to Where was PK "

    yesto saano kura ma Aukaat ko kura lyaule you are too much. timi jasto manchhe lai ta kunai group le pani include gardaina.

  65. nirvana

    Reply to Reply to nirvana
    sakina vanana baru eutai kura timi kati choti vanna lagauchau???timro name list ma parena ta that was ur bad luck. timilai ghandruk le bolako nai rahena cha ta k garchau?so better luck next time hai.

  66. Reply to nirvana

    aayo aukat ma .. kei payena bhane “You people are being jealous.” bhanyo sakyo… yesta haru sanga kura garnu nai bekar cha.. bhayeko kura garda ni na hune…

  67. Reply to nirvana

    gayeko manche ko ris gareko haina bhai.. na jane manche ko naam include garera list bharnu hunna po bhaneko ni…

  68. nirvana

    reply to Where was PK
    timile tha payena vandaima gayeko manche ko ris kina garchau???ris garnu hunna babu swastha ko lagi hanikarak cha.

  69. Reply to "Reply to Where was PK "

    Aba jabarjasti samabesh garayera ni koi jancha ta.. garnu parne manche lai nagari aru lai garera huncha… btw how much u got for this PK ?

  70. Reply to Where was PK

    Samabesi ma kahiel najaane pani ta parna sakchha ni. Ahile nepal ko Savasad haru sabai pahila ko samsaad chha ra? Testai ta ho ni samabesi ma jo pani parna sakchha. Hamro kaam ta samabesi garaune ho aba uslai jana mann lagdaina ta jadaina.

  71. Where was PK

    Can anybody explain why the hiking list consist the names of the people who were actually not joining the hike. Just like Pradhyumna Kumar Shrestha’s name was included in list, while in fact he was not even interested for it. Why his name was included? … I just want to say that plz leave some quotas for those who reply to hiking mail. Lets just not send the hiking mail for formality.

  72. Hiker2

    Good Job “To all people who think this hiking is about groupism”. kasaiko himmat chha yo kura ko pratikaar garnne???

  73. trendez

    Great stats “To all people who think this hiking is about groupism!!”, we ourselves hadn’t thought yeti diversity thyo tyo hiking team ma. Peedit harulai kada answer ho yo, kada, kadaaaaaaaaaaaaaa, kadaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa. :roll:

  74. trendez

    hareeee shiva….. ghandruk ko kura nagari k red, yellow, green bhanira hola… bichara “Yourfan” timi ta psycho nai bhayo jasto cha red red garda gardai…

  75. nirvana

    thankx.honi hai testo 5 days ko hiking hami le 3 days ma gareko chau.monday morning ma 3 pm ghar pugera 9 pm ma office ma aayeko thiyau hai.himmat cha yesto garne aru kasaiko???

  76. Reply to nirvana

    Ho ni ta. Hami pokhara gayera fresh bhayera ta office auna sakeko ni. 3 rat ko nidra 1 rat ma pugayera. 5 din ko hike 2 din ma pura garera ayeko thiyo. Kehi gari hami pokhara gayera fresh nabhaye ta hami kasari sabai bihanai office pugthyou ta. Natra aru 2 days ko hike ma jastai 3-4 jana le ta leave liyi halthe ni.

  77. To all people who think this hiking is about groupism!!

    To all the hikingpeeditunion and their supporters.

    Some real facts about hiking team:

    Department Wise:
    Products: DineshB, KamalK, DhilungK, PratikshaR, PawanP, KeshavB, BhanuC, RachitN
    Services: KapilP, SuyeshN, PragyaR, SangharshaS, BishwaS
    QC: RaviS, SanjeetB
    Intern: GeetikaJ
    Admin: VishnuK
    Data: N/A, No presence due to team Building at same time

    Team Wise:
    OPSYS(OAM): DineshB, KeshavB, BhanuC, RachitN
    PM: KamalK, PratikshaR
    ETL: DhilungK
    D2E: PawanP
    Genomics: KapilP
    Designer: SuyeshN
    IEI: PragyaR, SangharshaS
    Bankserv: BishwaS
    QC: RaviS, SanjeetB
    Admin: VishnuK
    Intern: GeetikaJ (for D2Labs)

    Mountainous: None
    Hilly: 4
    Terai: 7
    Valley: 6

    Type of Hiker :
    Regular Hikers: 8
    Seasonal Hikers: 7
    Rookie: 2

    Other Stats:
    Female Participation: 3 out of 17
    Main Photographers: 4
    Teetotaler: 9, Drinker: 8
    Vegetarian: 2, Non vegetarian: 15

    Isn’t it so called “Samabesi” hiking?

    Any more stats required??????

  78. Yourfan

    Thanx to subhachintak but no thanks. Jasle j bhane pani malai khi pharak pardaina. mero khutta katera afulai daro banauna khojne?

  79. reply to Yourfan

    red T-shirt is engaged for next 6 birth, u can wait for 7th one… and u should be like salman khan by that time..she hates nana patekar look… quote for Yourfan “parai istri pe budi nazar mat dalo!”..he hehe ..

  80. Yourfan ko subachintak

    Bro tesari Sadisuda manchhelai my girl vanne??? Ke bo bro ko chal ta thik chhai na ni!!! Arkako chhada chhadai ko ghar bhadne??

  81. Dhilung Kirat

    Dear nature lover, 68 was shot by Kesav bro! :)

    Ya that is definitely the best capture! gives the real feel of how close the mountains we felt in front of us. They were so close as if they gona fall upon us.

  82. nirvana

    tyo boatin ta hami relax garna gako ho lake ma.ghangruk hiking bata thakera fresh vayera hami voli palta office aako hoina???

  83. commentONcomment

    aba naya coordinator haru le boating matra gara ra layaunu parcha bhanne path yaha bata siknu parch…boatingk ko tarif dherai hudaicha….

  84. name in the list

    Hey this hiking means a lot to me…. many developers shout slogan for my name to be included in list….
    developer ko jay hos….

  85. One of the hiker

    Pokhara ko boating bina ta hamro hike suna suna nai hunthyo ni. Specially boat ma suteko ani boat chalayeko ta kahilai nabirsane moments ho ni.

  86. hiker1

    KeshavB\’s good management made the hiking more than masti, hikers get a chance for boating at last moment which does a lot to overall hiking…

  87. ReplyToMeriGee...

    Meri Gee…. Says:
    January 30th, 2009 at 11:26 pm
    There is one foto missin’ of a girl in front of the fire. The warmth of the burnin’ coal bein’ reflected on her face.
    tyo kun photo ho? ra kasari missing bhayo? i mean paila kaha thiyora? ekchoti bistaar ma bataunu hunthyo ki…

  88. Greater than YourFan

    I am jhan greater fan of girl with Red Tshirt than YourFan so do not listen to him
    Listen to me
    please give me ur mailing adreess

  89. hiker

    k bidhi ris gareko ho yo HikingPeeditUnion le???eklai eklai pani hiking gainchara!!!!sabai group mai ta janchan ni.timiharu eklai jana khojdo rahechau ta jahile pani excluded hudorahechau ta hiking list bata.

  90. Vish

    Dear Red Level,

    “Journey is a book and who does not travel read only a page” and Ms. Agashi was just another page to me, this is how I see the thing.

    You are not seeing the right thing there, see happy face of Agashi so I think I am not Budeshkal, if I was, she would not feel pleasure standing closely with me, my dee!

    The most beautiful outcome of this hiking has especial teachings.

    A whole day work,

    Whole night travel without proper sleep (may be some breaking naps),

    And almost whole day challenging walks even without a substantial lunch,

    Was an unfolding truth that if people wanted they can do amazing things!

    And no complaints and no demands!

    It was the example of Individuality in Equality and Equality in Individuality-Doing is beginning –let us do it.

    Moreover, please no hard-feelings, who could not be with us for this time, it is just the matter of time, when time permits us we can go for Khasa and Ghanduk even beyond that.

    If, we set same mind for same directions, that will lead us toward an aspiration.

    Nonetheless, Budeshkal means who cannot follow day to day activities with regularity- and I was able to follow the activities with demanding pace- see I am not Budeshkal yet may be in due course!

    And also my right hand was holding a Darho Lauro too!
    Cheers as always!

  91. Shutterbug

    Shutterbug Rating
    Creative Shot : ’44 Chamatkari baba got enlightment’
    Perfect Shot : ’21 Who can paint better than Nature’
    Journalistic Shot : ‘ 26 It`s all for my family’
    Nature’s Best Shot : ’12 The After Life’
    Interesting Shot : ’17 Campfire at Ghandruk top’
    Well Composed Shot : ’53 Electricity source’, ’66 Hiunchuli’, ’72 Smiling with silver teeth’ & ‘ 90 Shooting each other’
    Best Portrait :
    Best Landscape : ’22 This is Ghandruk’ ’16 The railings were made to prevent the animals falling off’
    Prize Winning Shot : ’21 Who can paint better than Nature’ & ‘ 68 Annapurna ko Phedima’

    Happy to see many ‘Shutterbugs’ in this trip. Keep clicking!!

  92. KK

    Bravo – Hiking Team, After 8 hrs sleepless night journey, Everyone saw so cool & Fresh. This was impossible with out Team Spirit.

    This was the best Team & The Best hiking.

  93. Ravi

    Many many thanks to Keshav dai for co-ordinating the hike.
    It was superb and adventerous hike. Great team and spontaneous route.

  94. Upendra

    Seems like you guys are enjoying the nature..Ghandruk is really a peaceful place ..I had been there once when I was in my +2…thanks for recalling my memories back.

  95. AshishP

    Great pics, must have been a photographer’s heaven.
    Ghandruk, I will there someday soon. :wink:

    PIC 58 Is that bearded vulture? –>Great capture.

  96. pic#52

    wow! hikers are same as me.. difference between them is only they carry less than me… i am more lucky coz i have this hike many times…. :razz:

  97. suggestion

    The process to be the member of HikingPeeditUnion are as follows:
    1) Don’t send your names in 1 day hike. :mrgreen:
    2) Write pointless “eye-catching” comments so that you get noticed. :mad:
    3) You should not be close to any group, natra name aai halthyo ni :smile: i.e you should be “ekalkate”!!

  98. pic#52

    ha ah aha a… even blind man can co-oridinate the hike? :idea: …. :grin: :grin: :lol: , see back of him..who are the team members…himself standing with help of stick… :lol: :lol:

  99. Reply to hikingpeeditunion

    All of you hiking peedits can have gone to ‘Hiking in Lele” organized in Feb 1 2009. There were ample seats. Khali aru ko hiking ko barema jealous bhayera k hunchha ra???
    Payeko ma najane ramailo ma matrai aankha laune???
    Jealousy ali badi bhayena ra??

  100. HikingPeeditUnion

    Rumour says same coordinator is planning for Muktinath hike
    and we hope next hike will not repeat Ghandruk
    so there should be some name from HikingPeeditUnion
    Lets join this union so that we will make our voice much more strong and each hike should include member from this union

  101. Reply to HikingPeeditUnion

    hiking is always groupism .. see the mail of lele hike .
    kura na milne manchhe lai lagera ke kaam ..
    ali kura milne milne sanga po jane ta .. feri aru lai lagyo bichho bato mai hinna sakdina vanla ..
    bekkar ma ako vannn la .. ali kich kich hunchha kya ..
    so groupism ta hunai parcha hiking ma …

  102. Reply to HikingPeeditUnion

    If the hike was run by taking single person from each group then how would this hike be so interesting. Every person would have been in his own and no one would have enjoyed the hike. We should have to form groups to enjoy the hike. Groups are better than a single person.

  103. I want to be the member of HikingPeeditUnion

    I absolutely agree with HikingPeeditUnion and want to be the member of this union
    What is the process :grin:

  104. HikingPeeditUnion

    This hike was great example of groupism and politics
    See the name of hikers list in mail and see participant some name which was not in list gone for Hike….
    Groupism murdabaad politics murdabaad single team hiking murdabaad

  105. Keshav

    I am honored to get chance to coordinate another similar hiking. Thank you Rudra Dai. I am thankful to friends, who make this hiking one of its kinds by participating and giving us good wises who miss out. Thank you all.

  106. Paul


    Just Incredible, wonderful, marvelous, Awesome! I must say this hiking best pictures the real beauty of Nepal. It reminds me of those days when we were trekking at night through banthanti and nayathanti on the way to Ghorepani.

    Pic 66 and 77 of Hiunchuli to the right and Annapurna South is just great. One day i just hope to trek the line connecting the two.

  107. Sukirti

    Awesome pictures!!! Everyone wants to go to Ghandruk at least once now …..for sure :smile:
    Some of the portrait obsession are breathtaking!!! good job, photographer!!!

  108. Meri Gee....

    There is one foto missin’ of a girl in front of the fire. The warmth of the burnin’ coal bein’ reflected on her face.

  109. raikanchi

    tanha dil tanha afar….. loved it (38)…………..
    n yeee u r a devil…. deep down inside(42)
    n we really needed tht….. something famous …after india stole \”the birth place of buddha\” from us…… (61)

  110. Sadhana Sharma

    I had already seen most of these photographs in facebook, but I could not stop myself from writing a comment here too.
    All the photographs are awesome. My most favorites are: 2,5,7,16,21-27, 46,48,60,85 and 98.
    I wish I was still there and I could go to such beautiful places too.. …

  111. Geetika

    thank u keshav dai for organizing this hiking. we enjoyed very much hoina ta?n i neva forget this 1st hiking of my life. thankx

  112. Not fair

    yo ta purai groupism vayo hai ..
    Khasha ko ma pani testai
    Ghandruk ko ma pani testai ….
    tada tada hiking jada ta yesso hamilai pani paalo dinu ni aafnu team ko chai sabai member rakhne yesto ni hunchaa …
    aba dekhi two days hiking banda garnu parchha yesto groupism badi vayo vani aru le ta janai paudainan….

  113. red level

    Vishnu dai, ke yo umer ma keti lai samatnu bhayeko hola!, pakai pani adesh ko lagi hola :idea: , tyo bhanda ramro baru majbut lauro lai samatnu ni… :grin:

  114. hiker

    Great hiking…seems like every group members enjoyed this hike to th fullest….see all the pictures…how everyone is smiling…….i also agree that there is groupism everywhere….even in hikings like this…but this hiking would not have been so exciting if even a member of this hike was no there…..great hiking …….for those who were left out….cry shout \”GROUPISM\” i bet no one will listen to you……..

  115. ssshhhhhhhh.....!!!!

    No. 74::: Dum maro Dum……….. Mit Jaye Gum…………..Bolo Subhs Sam………Hare Krisna Hare Ram………!!!!

  116. Nepali

    Hell!!!!! Why I left Nepal. I can’t believe my country has such a beautiful place. You guys are luck to be there. I am coming back……

  117. gehini

    hey u guys had loads of fun …i am envy with u …photos are very nice . i felt like i was also there… donkey with gas cylinder …bichara …kahile socheko hola usle gas boknu perla bhanera .poor fellow.

    this is perfect travel journal .

    very nice.thank u team …

  118. bandhan

    Truely a masterpiece, majestic and scientillating scenes..
    Those are insane nepelese who go abroad for the quest of scenery..our beautiful country is loaded
    with them …some are explored and some yet to be discovered….thanks for whoever did this job
    Going through these pictures one feels….WOW its beautiful and SHIT to miss it

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