Himalayas


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"Yonder," said Purun Bhagat, breasting the lower slopes of the Sewaliks, where the cacti stand up like seven-branched candlesticks-"yonder I shall sit down and get knowledge"; and the cool wind of the Himalayas whistled about his ears as he trod the road that led to Simla.
The langurs, the big gray-whiskered monkeys of the Himalayas, were, naturally, the first, for they are alive with curiosity; and when they had upset the begging-bowl, and rolled it round the floor, and tried their teeth on the brass-handled crutch, and made faces at the antelope skin, they decided that the human being who sat so still was harmless.
But I buy no village in the Himalayas so long as one red head flares between the tail of the heaven-climbing glacier and the dark birch forest.
ONCE upon a time there was a king who lived on the road to Thibet, very many miles in the Himalaya Mountains.
"What's that humbug he's telling you?" cried Tom, looking up, having caught the word Himalayas, and suspecting what East was after.
Falconer, from Cape Comorin to the Himalaya, which have been imported from America since its discovery.
"By my soul, Jarndyce," returned his guest, who seemed to refer to his watch, "if you had been married, I would have turned back at the garden-gate and gone away to the remotest summits of the Himalaya Mountains sooner than I would have presented myself at this unseasonable hour."
Amongst us you will not meet with any of those episodes with which your adventurous existence has so familiarized you; our Chimborazo is Mortmartre, our Himalaya is Mount Valerien, our Great Desert is the plain of Grenelle, where they are now boring an artesian well to water the caravans.
President Moon Jae-in on Saturday expressed condolences over two late South Korean climbers whose remains were returned home after going missing in the Himalayas a decade ago.
I looked out the window to see endless snow-covered peaks of the great Himalayas. It was a place I have long dreamed of seeing, ever since I read the article by travel writer Pico Iyer.
Only a small percentage of India's 1.3 billion people have ever physically been up into the Himalayas -- the colossal, ice-covered mountain range running across the north of the country and defining many of its borders with Pakistan, Nepal, Myanmar and China.
The idea of the drive is to generate awareness among tourists regarding the importance of cleanliness as it is critically linked to the ecological balance of the Himalayas. The improved sanitary conditions shall further benefit the locals and tourists alike.
The bodies of seven international climbers have been recovered in the Indian Himalayas. The climbers were from a group of eight people  - two Americans, four Britons, an Australian and one Indian - who had been (https://edition.cnn.com/2019/06/23/world/missing-himalaya-climbers-bodies/index.html) struck by an avalanche in the Himalayas , late last month.
AN operation to recover five bodies spotted in the Himalayas has been called off after a rescue helicopter was unable to reach the area.
| INDIAN officials are working on a plan to retrieve five bodies spotted during the hunt for eight mountain climbers missing in the Himalayas.