Showing posts with label World. Show all posts
Showing posts with label World. Show all posts

Monday, September 25, 2017

Kye Gompa in Kaza

Kye Gompa (spelled Ki, Key or Kee ) is a Tibetan Buddhist religious community situated over a slope at an elevation of 4,166 meters above ocean level, near the Spiti River, in the Spiti Valley of Himachal Pradesh, Lahaul and Spiti area, India. Kye was attacked again by the Mongols during the 17th century after 14th century, a reign of Fifth Dalai Lama.
Monastery has a collection of ancient murals, books, and images of Buddha. It has three floors, first, one is underground mainly used for storage purpose, one floor is beautifully decorated Assembly Hall and cells of monks and one room with richly painted murals.

Kaza of Himachal Pradesh

The Western Himalayas of India, in Himachal Pradesh and a town of Kaza (3,650 m) or Kaja the subdivision of remote Spiti Valley in the Lahaul. Lahaul and Spiti are standing in high altitude similar culture to Tibet and Ladakh, influenced by Tibetan culture. Kaza is surrounding by high mountain edges on all sides.
Kaza is known for its bright celebrations and the antiquated Sakya Tangyud Monastery in a side valley, 4 km from the town. It is likewise well known with travelers and adventure searchers amid summer months due to its central area and connection with rest of the valley and outside. This central location likewise makes Kaza a perfect base camp for trekking, mountaineering, and visit different parts of the valley. Some of the significant travel destinations in and around Kaza close to Tangyud Monastery are the Key Gompa, Kibber town at a height of 4205 m. Gette Village at an elevation of 4270 m above MSL, Langza village for presence of marine fossils, the Pin Valley National Park Himalayan high height natural life and the Losar town 40 km toward the north of Kaza at a height of 4079 m above MSL

It has two access focuses one from Kinnaur valley and the other from the Lahaul valley, 11 km from Ki Monastery. The route from Kinnaur opens year but because of natural disturbance of snowfall block the path. This journey begins from Shimla and takes the Sutlej, from there on turning northwards follow Spiti river to Kaza. 

The other road begins from Manali and crossing high pass 13,090-foot (3,990 m) reach Gramphoo where it joins the street from Keylong and continues south along Chandra River till Batal then ascending to cross the 14,928-foot (4,550 m) high Kunzum pass, enters the Spiti valley to reach Kaza. Due to heavy snowfall in winter, from October to June it is very challenging.




Friday, September 15, 2017

Rafting From Karnali to Dungeshwar

Nepal’s biggest and longest stream, the Karnali provides the best trip of its kind within the world. Within the remote so much west, it needs a protracted bus ride to Birendra Nagar (fly to Nepalgunj) so regarding 3 hours’ rough bus ride to the little village of Sauli. From here it's either a 2hr trek to the stream or, if the road is in fine condition, you'll drive onto Dungeshwar right the Karnali. 

Most rafting journeys last eight days, with difficult, big-water rapids, excellent canyons, pristine geographical area and plentiful life. The largest rapids (Class 4) are available in the primary 3 days, with the stream bit by bit mellowing at the moment. You will raft the Karnali right into Bardia park, wherever wild elephants, tigers, crocodiles, and rhinos could typically be seen from the stream. Trip into a luxury hunting expedition camp and being met with a receptacle of cold beers makes a powerful climax to the present long stream trip; several parties take the chance to pay any additional days to look life in Bardia.

The Karnali is the best run at low to medium levels – it’s a very sensible choice in March and Gregorian calendar month, the character of the channel makes it spirited in the least times outside of high water. Their area unit plentiful wood provides for campfires, therefore this makes it a preferred selection for overseas kayak teams around Christmas. It’s conjointly noted as Nepal’s premier fishing stream, with big mahseer (a fresh perch) and catfish. 

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Inner Mongolia in China


While some adventurous travelers to Inner Mongolia may enjoy spending weeks on fields of grass, living in a yurt — a tent-like structure made from a wooden frame and covered by wool — others may feel a need for a more diverse travel package.

Visitors to Inner Mongolia can enjoy the modern comforts of Huhhot and Baotou and still venture out for a day trip or perhaps an overnight stay to enjoy horse riding and Mongolian customs on the cool grassland, an activity park in the desert, boating and a fish feast on the Yellow River and historical sites like the Genghis Khan Mausoleum.

Urban areas such as Huhhot and Baotou can be interesting in and of themselves, in that they show how China’s majority Han, Mongols and other ethnic groups came together and how the nomadic and agricultural cultures mingled, like in the scenes author Jiang Rong described in his award-winning novel “Wolf Totem.”

Huhhot, the provincial capital, has a population of about 2.87 million, 87 percent of which are Han Chinese. Its name means “blue city” in Mongolian.

Over hundreds of years, China’s Mongols have been heavily influenced by both Han and Manchurian ethnic groups. The city of Baotou — a mid-sized industrial city with a current population of 1.78 million, 94 percent Han Chinese — was an important frontier city for trade and cultural exchanges and migration between Han and Mongols. Its name means “place with deer” in Mongolian.

Evidence of the city’s connection to other parts of China can be found in Shanxi Province, where many mansions were built by affluent Shanxi merchants during the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911). Many have stories behind them of how the merchants struggled until they struck its rich trading with the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region.

The families of many Han Chinese who live in Inner Mongolia’s cities also are from Shanxi Province, which was the scene of natural disasters and food shortages during the early Qing Dynasty.

Thousands of poor from the province migrated in a great movement known as the zou xi kou, or going westward. They crossed the Yellow River or the desert, many dying along the way, to reach Inner Mongolia to trade for leather and other products.

Some traders moved back to their birthplaces, but more settled in Baotou. Even today, the local dialect is very similar to that of many Shanxi cities.

A second population shift took place in the 1950s and 1960s, when the Baotou Iron and Steel Group was founded and nearby provinces sent thousands of workers to fill the factories. Other industries in the city created opportunities for many more workers.


The Carving of Buddha in Pakistan

Buddha Carvings at Kargah,Gilgit, Pakistan.
The Carving of Buddha was carried out in the seventh century in a monastery.


Tuesday, September 12, 2017

River Indus

River Indus originates near Mount Kailash and Mansarovar in Tibet and flows through deep gorges and height at 5000 to 4000 ft to Ladakh Leh from here River Zanskar merges with River Indus. Indus flows through Gilgit Valley and merge with river Gilgit here and further Chenab which has other tributaries like Jhelum
Ravi...Bea's and Satluj the Panchnad flows into river Indus. The river has other tributaries like Kabul.Indus is the major river and its banks were part of Indus valley civilization once upon a time. The name India came from River Ind us,...or country of Indus The river is also called Sindh as it flows through Sindh province.Hindu word originates from the word Sindhu as called by Iranians.The people of Sindh or Sindh Sabyata at the bank of river Sind

Friday, September 1, 2017

Kamakura's Seashore

Kamakura's Seashore

The sea faces the Kamakura City, best coastal area for leisure and Sightseeing. Kamakura beach has been opening over 120 years with its 3 coasts Koshigoe, Yuigahama and Zaimokuza. The beach open during summer season, from 9 am to 5 pm.


Zaimokuza Beach, the longest shoreline of three beaches along with many seaside houses. One can enjoy the Wakae Island on the east side when there is low tide. A traveler can go by train or car, train from Kamakura Station of JR Yokosuka line and Enoden, by car from Asahina IC of Yokohama Yokosuka Rd.
Yuigahama Beach
It is near from Enoden train station and busiest beach in summer vacation. One can access by train and car, Kamakura Station JR Yokosuka line or Enoden and Asahina IC of Yokohama Yokosuka Rd from car respectively.
Koshigoe Beach
Beach offers us to buy fresh seafood many local stores. One can enjoy fishing here. By train 3 minute walk from Enoden Koshigoe Station and By car from Asahina IC of Yokohama Yokosuka Rd.
Important rules for beaches lover by Kamakura's seashore


Note:
Blue flag- open for swimming
Yellow flag-Swim with caution
Red flag-Swimming Prohibited
*Take your trash to your home
*Sudden changes in wave heights and the tide so be attentive
*Label children's swimsuits with their names and keep eye on them
*No center to water early in the morning after sundown or alcoholic

Inside Yoyogikamizonocho of Japan

Yoyogikamizonocho of Japan


Japan's most popular spot you should not miss when you are there. Meiji-jingu Shrine attracts many visitors, a first shrine to visit in New Year Celebrations in Japan. Meiji-jingu Shrine was founded in 1920, surrounded by a lush forest. The forest covers more than 170,000 trees of 245 species.
In the New year, overflow of people express gratitude for blessings and wishing for good luck a head. Even the shrine ground envelope in silence other time. The Hatsumdoe first shrine to visit between midnight on New Year's Day.

It lies in Yoyogikamizonocho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo and one can access from JR Harajuku Station/ Yoyogi Station, Odakyu Line Sangubashi Station, Tokyo Metro Meiji-jingumae 'Harajuku' Station/ Kita-sando Station, Toei subway Yoyogi Station. During December 31 visitors are allowed to enter even night.



Photo By Rekh Gurung

Wednesday, June 28, 2017

The Greater and Lesser Wild Goose Pagodas

The Greater and Lesser Wild Goose Pagodas were built in 652 or around the Yonghui reign of the Tang Emperor. The square, the pyramid-shaped pagoda is 64.1 meters high in seven layers and built with gray bricks. It is considered as the masterpiece of Buddhist architecture. Close eaves the pagoda gets smaller gradually from the bottom to the top.

Tuesday, June 27, 2017

The Museum of Emperor Qin Shihuang's Terra Cotta Warriors and Horses

The Museum of Emperor Qin Shihuang's Terra Cotta Warriors and Horses included in the UNESCO list of cultural heritage and one of the eight wonders of the world. This museum has three pits, pit one has an area of 14260 square meters: more than 6000 life-sized color-painted terra-cotta warriors and horses were discovered. Pit second has an area of 6000 square meters; 1000 terra-cotta warriors and horses were discovered. Pit there has an area of 500 square meters; one chariot and 56 terra-cotta warriorsThe Museum of Emperor Qin Shihuang's Terra Cotta Warriors and Horses included in the UNESCO list of cultural heritage and one of the eight wonders of the world. This museum has three pits, pit one has an area of 14260 square meters: more than 6000 life-sized color-painted terra-cotta warriors and horses were discovered. Pit second has an area of 6000 square meters; 1000 terra-cotta warriors and horses were discovered. Pit there has an area of 500 square meters; one chariot and 56 terra-cotta warriors.


Sunday, June 25, 2017

Shishapangma: The Fourteenth Highest Mountain in World

Shishapangma, additionally called Gosainthan, is the fourteenth most astounding mountain on the planet at 8,027 meters (26,335 ft) above ocean level. It was the last 8,000-meter crest to be moved, because of its area totally inside Tibet and the confinements on visits by remote voyagers to the district forced by experts of the Government of China and of the Tibet region.
Shishapangma is situated in south-focal Tibet, five kilometers from the fringe with Nepal. It is the main eight-thousander totally inside a Chinese domain. It is likewise the most elevated crest in the Jugal Himal which is bordered with and frequently considered a piece of Langtang Himal. The Jugal/Langtang Himal straddles the Tibet/Nepal fringe. Since Shishapangma is on the dry north side of the Himalayan peak and further from the lower landscape of Nepal, it has less sensational vertical help than most major Himalayan peaks.
Geologist Toni Hagen clarified the name as importance a "verdant plain" or "knoll" (Pangma) over a "brush" or a "range" (Shisha or Chisa) in the nearby Tibetan vernacular, along these lines meaning the "peak over the lush fields".
Tibetan Geologist Guntram Hazod records a neighborhood story that clarifies the mountain's name as far as its strict significance in the Standard Tibetan dialect: Shisha, which signifies "meat of a creature that passed on of characteristic causes" and sbangma which signifies "malt residue left over from preparing lager".

Saturday, June 24, 2017

The Great wall:Badaling Section

The Badaling Section of the Great Wall was listed in UNESCO world cultural heritages, 1987. It is situated to the north of the Juyoing Pass, Badaling section 60 kilometers away from the city. The wall is 7.8 meters high on average and wide enough for 10 people to walk. The watchtowers were built every 500 meter interval for accommodation, storing weapons and observing enemy movements. But today it is the main source of attraction for travelers from the world.


The Ming Tombs

The Ming Tombs lies 50 kilometers northwest from Beijing, Changping District. It contains 13 emperors of the Ming Dynasty at the foot of the picturesque Tianshou Mountain. The Ming Tombs was listed in UNESCO world cultural heritages in July, 2003.


Tanzhe Temple

The temple popularly knows as the Pool and Zhe Tree Temples because of the Dragon Pool near it and the trees on the hill. The Tanzhe temple lies in Mentougou District, first built in the Jin Dynasty (265-420). "First there was the tenth temple, then came Beijing" famous saying in Beijing. The temple came across through dynasties such as Jin, Yuan, Ming, and Qing. Emperor trees were painting in the Liao dynasty, about 1000 years ago.

The Big Bell

The temple is situated on the north side of the Third Ring Road. The big bell in the temple history of more than 500 years, was built in the Yongle reign of Ming Dynasty. The bell is 6.94 meters high and weighs 46.5 tons. The inner and outer side of the bell is inscribed with the Buddhist sutras, contain more than 2270,000 characters. The bell is known as the king of the bells in China. The has more than 100 bells in different shapes from the Yuan, Ming, and Qing dynasties. The temple is named as museum of ancient bells in China.


Thursday, June 22, 2017

The World Park

The World Park lies in the southwest outskirts of Beijing, covering an area of 470,000 square meters. The park collects the miniatures of more than 100 world- famous scenic sights from more than 40 countries. The water system was built according to the shapes of the five continents and four oceans.

Badachu in the West Hills

Badachu is located in the West Hills Scenic Area and it is named for eight Temples: the temple of Eternal Peace, the temple of Divine Light, Three-Hill Nunnery, the temple of Great Mercy, Dragon Spring Nunnery, the temple of Fragrant World, Precious Pearls Cave, and the Zhengguo Temple. The temples are limited its area, the top of the Cuiwei, Pingpo and Lushi hills.

Wednesday, June 21, 2017

The Grand View Garden

The Grand View Garden covers an area of 125000 square meters and has 40 scenic spots. The Garden was built for the TV serial "A Dream of the Red Mansions". This garden shows the great classical Chinese tradition.

The Garden of China's Minorities

The Garden of China's Minorities is museum demonstrating the traditional architecture, folk, softens, handicraft making, ethnic cuisines, dancing performances. The garden has 16 buildings representing 16 ethnic groups.

The Summer Palace

The Summer Palace is situated in Haidian District, 15 kilometers away from the city center. It has also long history back Liao and Jin dynasties, at the time of the Ming and Qing dynasties convert into the elegant imperial garden. It is the largest and best preserved imperial garden in China; famous classical gardens in the world. The architectures in the park are arranged according to the physical features of the hill and the lake.
In 1988, it was rebuilt with the money Empress Dowager Cixi. The UNESCO listed in the world cultural heritages in 1998.


View of Annapurna Range

Viewing Annapurna Massif from The Tibet Section Lamjung Himal (6983 m), Annapurna II (7937 m),  Annapurna III (7555 m),  Annapurna IV ...