Hudh Mata Yatra 2018

Journey to the Holy Land Click here for detailed Information about Yatra     Here is the schedule of Shri Hudh Mata Yatra 2018        Dos Do carry sufficient woolen clothing as the temperature may sometimes abruptly fall. Do carry an umbrella, wind cheater, raincoat, and waterproof shoes as the weather in the Yatra area is unpredictable. Do keep your clothes

Kishtwar Himalaya, Indian Himalayan Regions

Brahma Peaks

Kishtwar Himalaya is described as a small sub range of the Himalaya Mountains, in the states of Himachal Pradesh and Jammu and Kashmir. The Kishtwar Himalayan range is of sharp rocks and ice peaks. However this particular range is not so well known as compared to other sub ranges of

To Kishtwar’s Amarnath – Published in Terrascape Magazine

Brahma Peaks

While three naturally formed ice lingams at a cave in Nanth Nala are revered as Shiva, Parvati and Ganesh, the water stream two kms ahead is one of nature’s mysteries – flowing only thrice a day and disappearing in between.   A hidden Bridge is the only connection between Kishtwar and Dachhan

Hudh Mata Yatra in Pics (Brahma Peaks)

Hidden Bridge - Only way to reach  Dachhan Maa Kali Temple at Dilgoot - perfect sight seeing place Ram Mandir - Googat Shiv Mandir Ram Mandir at Kaikoot Dachhan - Yatries performing Darshan Hudh Mata Bhawan - Kaikoot Yatries waiting for Tri-Sandhya stream Brahm Sarovar -  Brahma Peaks Brahma Peaks Mesmerizing Beauty - on way to Brahma Peaks

Adventure Tourism in Kishtwar

    Bonjwa, Saroor, Chatroo, Dachhan, Marwah, Warwan and Padder valleys of Kishtwar districts have immense adventure-potential. It is along these valleys that the Trans-Himalayan-Trekking Trails leading to sure and Zanskar valleys of Ladakh and Kargil one side, to the Kashmir Valley, Himachal Pradesh on the other pass amidst breath-taking mountain scenery