Himachal Pradesh- Best Places to Visit In August.

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Himachal Pradesh, a state which is blessed with so many scenic and natural attractions. To experience peace, to breathe fresh less polluted air, and to feel bliss all around, Himachal is a perfect place to get them all. There are a lot of places where you can spend your holidays with your family and loved ones. Himachal Pradesh a variety of offbeat places. Here are some offbeat, less explored, famous, and beautiful places that one should visit in the month of August or throughout the year.

  1. Tirthan Valley

Himachal Pradesh’s best keep secret Tirthan valley is located in the Kullu District. The valley is named after the Tirthan River. The valley flows or finds its way through the Tirthan River, and the river originates from the icy glacial springs of Hanskund, which is a snow-capped peak in the Great Himalayan National Park. One can enjoy a lot of activities like river crossing, fishing, trekking, rock climbing. The valley is untouched by civilization and huge tourist crowd. The green terrains, forests of oaks & pines, hidden waterfalls, and beautiful tiny villages/ hamlets like Banjar, Shelpani, Shoja, & Gushaini make this valley a worth visiting and beautiful. The natural landscapes, tranquil environment, beautiful meadows, and rich diversity of flora & fauna in the Himalayan National Park is something that attracts a traveler here. Serolsar lake is another beautiful place, a fresh lake surrounded by high rhododendrons & deodar trees, and tranquility. The lake is dedicated to the Goddess Nagini which is the mother of 60 Nag Devtas.

 Tirthan Valley is a paradise for nature lovers. The best time to visit the valley is in the months of August to June.

  1. Kasol-Tosh-Kheerganga

The most visited and popular trekking destination in Himachal Pradesh, Kasol is a small village nestled in the Parvati Valley. Kasol is known for its hippie culture. A paradise for Backpackers, travelers, and nature lovers. This tiny hamlet is perched at an elevation of 1580m above sea level and offer great views of the snow-covered mountains, lush greenery of deodars, oaks, and pines, and the alluring Parvati valley. Kasol is famous for rave and psychedelic parties which attracts a lot of Israeli and European tourists. If you want to explore and experience hippiness then Kasol is a perfect pick for you.

Tosh is a nearby village to Kasol. The place gained popularity from the last few years due to Kasol. The village is famous for marijuana (cannabis). People here sell cannabis and apples to earn for their living.  You will feel the marijuana smell in the surroundings. Tosh is a beautiful place to spend your weekend and experiencing peace.

Kheerganga is popular for its hot springs. It is a trekking destination in the Parvati valley. The hot springs of Kheerganga are very famous and one dip in the hot water will release all your fatigue and stress. People of the village believe that the pond or Kund is sacred and has some healing property in it.

KASOL-TOSH-KHEERGANGA comes under one tour trek package. All the places are near to each other and trekking & camping here is an unforgettable experience.

  1. Chindi, Karsog Valley

Chindi is a beautiful hill station which is  located at a distance of 90km from the capital city Shimla.

The hill station is nestled in the laps of Karsog valley in Mandi district of Himachal Pradesh. The place is all surrounded by enormous apple orchards and dense forests of deodar and pines. Chindi is an ideal weekend getaway from the hustle-bustle of your daily life. The lush greenery, the sight of rolling hills, and serene beauty makes the place worth visiting. The incredible weather and amazing infrastructure will make you stay longer.

The local people worship Goddess Chindi. And there are a lot of temples which you can visit- 

  • Kamakshya Mata Temple
  • Ardhnareshwara Temple
  • Mahunag Temple
  • Aledi Mahadev
  • Mamleshwara Temple
  • Bhima Rock
  • Churag Temple
  • Nag Dhamooni Temple at Chatri, Saranda, and Sairi Bangla.
  1. Khajjiar

Known as the “Mini Switerzland of India”, Khajjiar is a picturesque destination in Himachal Pradesh. The hill station is located 24km from Dalhousie. Khajjiar is all surrounded by lush green meadows and pine forests. The place is perched at an altitude of 2,000m in the Dhauladhar ranges of the Western Himalayas. The serene beauty of lake, pastures, and forests make a rare combination of an ecosystem.

There are only a few tourists attractions in Khajjiar:

  • Kalatop Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Khajjiar Lake
  • Views of the Dhauladhar mountains
  • Khajji Nag Temple

You can also do trekking from Khajjiar to Daikund which is a 4km easy trek. The beautiful trek starts from Khajjiar and ends at the Phoolan Devi Temple at Daikund.   The trek offers scenic views and a beautiful campsite.

5.Kufri

Kufri a beautiful hill station in Shimla district in Himachal Pradesh. The hill station is perched at an elevation of 2,720m. Kufri is the highest point in the region and all surrounded by the lush green of dense forests and scenic landscapes of nature. The place turns into a skiing destination in winters.

Places to visit in Kufri:

  • The Himalayan Wildlife Zoo
  • Indira Tourist Park
  • Chini Bungalow
  • Kufri Fun Campus Amusement Park

Kufri is an ideal or perfect destination to spend your holidays.

All these places in Himachal Pradesh are worth a visit and offers beauty with peace.

Plan your next holiday trip to Himachal and explore the beauty of nature.

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Triumphant Trumpet

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A trumpet is a musical instrument. It is the highest register in the brass family. Trumpets are among the oldest musical instruments,[1] dating back to at least 1500 BC. They are played by blowing air through closed lips, producing a “buzzing” sound that starts a standing wave vibration in the air column inside the instrument. Since the late 15th century they have primarily been constructed of brass tubing, usually bent twice into a rounded oblong shape.

There are several types of trumpet. The most common is a transposing instrument pitched in B♭ with a tubing length of about 148 cm. Earlier trumpets did not have valves, but modern instruments generally have either three piston valves or, more rarely, three rotary valves. Each valve increases the length of tubing when engaged, thereby lowering the pitch.

A musician who plays the trumpet is called a trumpet player or trumpeter.

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Summer Light

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The invention of the camera in the early 19th century has led to a large array of lens designs intended for photography. The problems of photographic lens design, creating a lens for a task that would cover a large flat image plane, were well known even before the invention of photography[1] due to the development of lenses to work with the focal plane of the camera obscura, a device for projecting images used as a novelty and an artist’s drawing aid that had been around for hundreds of years. Since the invention of photography many types of lenses have been tried. The succession of designs was never uniform since an older design that performed a task the photographer needed (such as working better portrait versus landscape, working at the wavelength of light the film collected, etc.) would still be used in unison with newer designs. Even today the job the lens needs to do, the laws of physics, the limits of engineering, as well as the practical considerations of size, weight and cost, means there are many designs available.

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Vegan Foodie Paradise

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Veganism /ˈviːɡənɪzəm/ is the practice of abstaining from the use of animal products, particularly in diet, as well as following an associated philosophy that rejects the commodity status of sentient animals. A follower of veganism is known as a vegan.

Distinctions are sometimes made between different categories of veganism. Dietary vegans (or strict vegetarians) refrain from consuming animal products, not only meat but, in contrast to ovo-lacto vegetarians, also eggs, dairy products and other animal-derived substances. The term ethical vegan is often applied to those who not only follow a vegan diet, but extend the vegan philosophy into other areas of their lives, and oppose the use of animals or animal products for any purpose.[4] Another term used is environmental veganism, which refers to the avoidance of animal products on the premise that the harvesting or industrial farming of animals is environmentally damaging and unsustainable.

The term vegan was coined in 1944 by Donald Watson when he co-founded The Vegan Society in England, at first to mean “non-dairy vegetarian” and later to refer to “the doctrine that man should live without exploiting animals.”Interest in veganism increased in the 2000s; vegan food became increasingly available in supermarkets and restaurants in many countries, and several top athletes in endurance sports, such as the Ironman triathlon and the ultramarathon, began to practise veganism and raw veganism.

A 2009 research review indicated that vegan diets tend to be higher in dietary fibre, magnesium, folic acid, vitamin C, vitamin E, iron and phytochemicals, and lower in calories, saturated fat, cholesterol, long-chain omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin D, calcium, zinc and vitamin B12.[8] Well-planned vegan diets appear to offer protection against certain degenerative conditions, including heart disease,[9] and are regarded as appropriate for all stages of the life-cycle by the American Dietetic Association, the Australian National Health and Medical Research Council, and Dietitians of Canada.[10] Because uncontaminated plant foods do not provide vitamin B12 (which is produced by microorganisms such as bacteria), researchers agree that vegans should eat B12-fortified foods or take a supplement.

Lemon-Vodka Life Philosophy

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I believe that if life gives you lemons, you should make lemonade… And try to find somebody whose life has given them vodka, and have a party.” 

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Indie Music Production

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The term indie rock, which comes from “independent,” describes the small and relatively low-budget labels on which it is released and the do-it-yourself attitude of the bands and artists involved. Although distribution deals are often struck with major corporate companies, these labels and the bands they host have attempted to retain their autonomy, leaving them free to explore sounds, emotions and subjects of limited appeal to large, mainstream audiences. The influences and styles of the artists have been extremely diverse, including punk, psychedelia, rock and country. The terms “alternative rock” and “indie rock” were used interchangeably in the 1980s, but after many alternative bands followed Nirvana into the mainstream in the early 1990s, “indie rock” began to be used to describe those bands, working in a variety of styles, that did not pursue or achieve commercial success.

Allmusic identifies indie rock as including a number of “varying musical approaches [not] compatible with mainstream tastes”. Linked by an ethos more than a musical approach, the indie rock movement encompassed a wide range of styles, from hard-edged, grunge-influenced bands, through do-it-yourself experimental bands like Pavement, to punk-folk singers such as Ani DiFranco.Many countries have developed an extensive local indie scene, flourishing with bands with enough popularity to survive inside the respective country, but virtually unknown elsewhere.

Indie rock has been identified as a reaction against the macho culture that developed in alternative rock in the aftermath of Nirvana’s success. Indie rock is noted for having a relatively high proportion of female artists compared with preceding rock genres, a tendency exemplified by the development of the feminist-informed Riot Grrrl music of acts like Bikini Kill, Bratmobile, 7 Year Bitch, Team Dresch and Huggy Bear.

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Honey Road

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Honey /ˈhʌni/ is a sweet food made by bees using nectar from flowers. The variety produced by honey bees (the genus Apis) is the one most commonly referred to, as it is the type of honey collected by most beekeepers and consumed by people. Honeys produced by other bees (bumblebees, stingless bees) and other hymenoptera insects (e. g. honey wasps) have different properties, and they are not discussed in this article.Honey bees transform nectar into honey by a process of regurgitation and evaporation. They store it as a primary food source in wax honeycombs inside the beehive.Honey gets its sweetness from the monosaccharides fructose and glucose, and has approximately the same relative sweetness as granulated sugar.[1][2] It has attractive chemical properties for baking and a distinctive flavor that leads some people to prefer it over sugar and other sweeteners.[1] Most microorganisms do not grow in honey because of its low water activity of 0.6.  However, honey sometimes contains dormant endospores of the bacterium Clostridium botulinum, which can be dangerous to infants, as the endospores can transform into toxin-producing bacteria in infants’ immature intestinal tracts, leading to illness and even death.

Honey has had a long history in human consumption, and is used in various foods and beverages as a sweetener and flavoring. It also has a role in religion and symbolism. Flavors of honey vary based on the nectar source, and various types and grades of honey are available. It has also been used in various medicinal traditions to treat ailments. The study of pollens and spores in raw honey (melissopalynology) can determine floral sources of honey.[5] Bees carry an electrostatic charge whereby they attract other particles in addition to pollen, which become incorporated into their honey; the honey can be analysed by the techniques of melissopalynology in area environmental studies of radioactive particles, dust and particulate pollution.

Square – Ready for Anything

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This video is a quick spec piece I did for fun. The project files will be coming shortly. If you have any questions please shoot me an email at: willfortanbary920@gmail.com – I made everything from scratch I did the sound design as well – Using Creative Commons Sounds from freesound.org.

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Dog-Eat-Dog World

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Four friends, Rooster, CJ, Jess and Chang, dream of making it as DJs but first they need cash — lots of it, and fast. Their lack of funds is compounded by problems ranging from small (cheating girlfriends, mothers in sleazy movies) to large (the towering presence of Tunde, the local porn king). They come up with various schemes, each more harebrained than the last—stealing library books, breaking and entering, dognapping—all with a spectacular lack of success. And into the bargain, they’ve fallen foul of drugs baron, Jesus (Gary Kemp), whose slogan is “You’ve gotta have faith in Jesus”.

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