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Himalayas

India : The Most Dangerous Journey To School ?

India : The Most Dangerous Journey To School ?

6 days 100kms, freezing sub zero temperatures with uncertainty of life…and you thought you had a tough time going back to school- A  Father needs to get his two children to school but the only way to get there is a dangerous six-day trek – The Chadar – down the frozen Zanskar river in the [...]

February 20, 2014 HHR HHR Videos 0

Rescued dog climbs the Himalayas

Rescued dog climbs the Himalayas

KATHMANDU: An abandoned puppy rescued from a rubbish dump in India has trekked to Everest Base Camp, becoming what is believed to be the first dog to tackle the peak, his owner said Wednesday. Former professional golfer Joanne Lefson told AFP she adopted the 11-month-old dog, called Rupee, in the mountainous Indian town of Leh [...]

November 23, 2013 HHR Archives, Nepal, News updates 0

Yogic Ecology and Mother Earth..

Yogic Ecology and Mother Earth..

For the Hindus the Earth is sacred as the very manifestation of the Divine Mother. She is Bhumi Devi, the Earth Goddess. One of the reasons that Hindus honor cows is that the cow represents the energies and qualities of the Earth, selfless caring, sharing and the providing of nourishment to all. Hindu prayers are [...]

April 30, 2012 Vamadev Shastri Dharmic Ecology 1