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Photographs of Twenty Years in Spiti Valley on Exhibition Online

A selection of photographs taken over a period of twenty years in Spiti Valley, Himachal Pradesh, is currently on exhibition online. The show of...

Ashtottaram 7: OṀ ṪAPOBHŨMYAI NAMAH

By Dr. Devakinanda Pasupuleti Performing austerities and penances (tapas) are unique only to our mother land and the followers of Sanatana Dharma. Nowhere else and...

Beauty of Indian Culture: William Dalrymple on his Experience Living in India

India is one of the most religiously and ethnically diverse nations with the oldest culture in the World. The Indian culture varies like its...

10 Ancient Hindu Temples in The Himalayas That Must be Visited Atleast Once

The majestic Himalayan Mountains are home to the highest and most magnificent peaks on Earth. These mountains are not just majestic and beautiful but...

Roopkund Bones Study Reveals Mediterranean Migrants in Himalayas

A study by an international team of scientists has revealed that ancient DNA from mysterious skeletons found in and around Roopkund Lake show there...

Climate Change Will Melt Vast Parts of Himalayas: Study

At least a third of the ice in the Hindu Kush Himalayan region could melt by the end of this century due to climate change, even if there is...

Himalayan Yogi Swami Sundaranand to open art gallery consisting 8 quintal photographs

Himalayan Yogi Swami Sundaranand is also known as "Himalayan Wikipedia Baba", have clicked 8 quintal photos in beautiful Himalayas You must have heard about...

Chandigarh’s landmark Sukhna Lake is no more the picturesque Water Body: Here is Why!

- by Jaideep Sarin Chandigarh, May 16, 2017: Large patches of dry bed, more than 50 percent of the water body showing its dirty and smelly...

Exploring struggles and innovations for Environmental Sustainability in India and China: Book

Kolkata, March 19, 2017: Exploring struggles and innovations for environmental sustainability in India and China, a new book nudges stakeholders to "rethink" pressing ecological...

Pong witnesses migratory birds taking off due to mild winter

Himachal Pradesh: The mild weather observed this winter at Pong, located in the Kangra valley of Himalayas, resulted in many migratory bird species leaving...

Tracing roots of divinity in Himachal Pradesh: An abode of powerful deities

There are a lot of supernatural phenomena hidden in hills which are attributed to these divinities. A lot of research is going on to figure out the significant causes behind these portents. Let’s see what science uncovers.

Global Warming: Over 70 per cent of Everest glacier’s volume may be lost by 2100

If greenhouse gas emissions continue to rise, the glaciers could experience dramatic change in the decades to come, said the study.

Nepal bans drones in its skies; fears leakage of sensitive information

By NewsGram Staff Writer Following the deadly April 25 earthquake, Nepal has banned drones in its skies. Reportedly, the country is apprehensive that drones may...

No possibilities of a massive earthquake in India soon, say scientists

By NewsGram Staff Writer A group of Indian scientists have stated that there is no unusual seismic activity or abnormal increase in changes in the...

Bharat Mala: Is Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s new ambitious project of building a 5,000 km road network feasible?

By NewsGram Staff Writer After ‘Make in India,’ India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi has come up with another ‘ambitious’ project – Bharat Mala – that...

Nepal quake as powerful as 20 atomic bombs; toll crosses 3500

By NewsGram Staff Writer Located at the susceptible juncture of the Eurasian and the Indian tectonic plate, the two giant plates that push up Everest...

With 54% of India’s total land prone to earthquakes, are we prepared to handle it?

By Harshmeet Singh The brutal 7.9 magnitude earthquake in Nepal has caused unprecedented loss of life and physical damage. While the official death figure, at...

Char Dham Yatra: 6,000 people visit Gangotri and Yamunotri on first day

  By NewsGram Staff Writer After the devastation caused by the flash floods in 2013, the Char Dham Yatra finally showed an uptrend as more than...

Arunachal Pradesh to get a mountaineering institute soon

By Newsgram Staff Writer The mountaineering fraternity has finally something to cheer about.  The government of India is planning open an adventure institute in Arunachal...

A life of fearlessness, passion & purpose: Indian climbers and their love for mountains

By Shreya Upadhyaya Chances are that you had never heard of Malli Mastan Babu until there were reports of a missing Indian mountaineer a few...

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