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‘ Chand fir nikla magar tum na aaye Jala fir mera dil karun kya mein haye Ye raat kehti hai wo din gaye tere Ye janta hai dil ke tum nahin mere Khadi hun mein phir bhi nigahen bichaye Mein kya karun haye ki tum yaad aaye Sulagte seene se dhuan sa uthta hai Lo ab chale aao ke dum ghut ta hai Jala gaye tann ko baharon ke saye Mein kya karun haye ki tum yaad aaye..’ • All of us are always racing towards happiness. • It has become imperative for us to remain happy, whatever the cost. • We put disproportionate effort to remain happy. • We must appear to be happy, to the world at large and to ourselves. • We shun sadness. We frown on it. • Fact is, sadness will corner all of us at some time or the other. There is no escaping it. So here is a moment, acknowledging and celebrating the sadness, heartbreaks, unfulfilled dreams, desires and ambitions in our lives ! And who better than the finest poets and the moon, to spend some sad moments with…poetry is penned by Majrooh Sultanpuri.   The full moon rises from behind the hills at Gagar, Ramgarh, Kumaon Himalaya, District Nainital, Uttarakhand. Hand held shot, 375mm, f5.6, 1/60 sec, ISO400, Cropped 11pm, 4th June 2015 View the original post and comments on The Himalayan Club’s Facebook...

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Mora gora ang lai le… Mohe Shyam rang dai de… Chhup jaungi raat hi mein… Mohe pee ka sang dai de.. Shyam is another name for dark skinned Krishna. To unite with him, I will lose myself and take on his qualities. I seek union with the divine. To be coloured in Shyam’s colours, I want to immerse in His qualities. Hiding in the night means losing my ego to merge with Oneness. I will gladly give up my ego and identity and merge myself with the colour of these clouds ! And be one with my lover…the rain. Where is my heart taking me… Having made me crazy in love… Gagar Ramgarh Kumaon Himalaya Uttarakhand September 2015 Kuch kho diya hai paai ke Kuch paa liya gawai ke Kahan le chala hai manwa… Mohe baawari banai ke… * Gulzar Sahab’s first hit song, year 1963   View the original post and comments on The Himalayan Club’s Facebook...

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Mohabbat barsa dena tu..saawan aaya hai.. Tere aur mere milne ka..mausam aaya hai.. Monsoon is here..the season to shower your love is here… The clouds hide my beautiful snow peaks. Mt Trishul and Maa Nanda Devi are just there, right behind these clouds. Still, the clouds and mountains complement each other so very splendidly ! Gagar, Ramgarh, Kumaon Himalaya, District Nainital, Uttarakhand, September 2015. View the original post and comments on The Himalayan Club’s Facebook...

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Jis tann ko chua tune, us tann ko chupaun.. Jis mann ko laage naina, woh kisko dikhaun.. O mori Chandrama, teri Chandni ang jalaye.. Teri unchi atari, meine pankh liye katwaye… I hide the body you touch. What about my soul that you touch with your eyes. The high, bright moon burns me and I have cut my wings. The moon looks lovelier and forlorn in the Himalaya. The full moon rises from behind the hills at Gagar, Ramgarh, Kumaon Himalaya, District Nainital, Uttarakhand. Hand held shot, 375mm, f5.6, 1/60 sec, ISO400, Cropped 11pm, 4th June 2015 * Lyrics Gulzar Sahab View the original post and comments on The Himalayan Club’s Facebook...

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14th November 2016 – Supermoon – shot at Ramgarh, Himalayas, with Manish Chandra View the original post and comments on The Himalayan Club’s Facebook...

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Lillaah… Ek tasleem ko har baar meri aankh jhuki hai… Aap ko dekh ke badi der se meri saans ruki hai… Looking at you I forget to breathe and my eyes bow down in salutation… What a glorious breathtaking view ! Standing tall, the hallmark range of the Indian Himalaya ! The mighty names of the Kumaon and Garhwal Himalaya. Maa Nanda Devi is the highest peak entirely within India. Kanchenjunga is higher and is partly in India and Nepal. Trishul 23360 ft Mrigthuni 22490 ft Devtoli 22270 ft Maiktoli 22320 ft Maa Nanda Devi 25643 ft Nanda Khat 21690 ft Peak details in the comments. All peaks, about 100km, as the crow flies, from the viewpoint at Gagar, Ramgarh, Kumaon Himalaya, Uttarakhand. * Tasleem means salutation/greeting/resignation/submission. * Lillah means praise be to the Lord. * Writer is Gulzar Saab. View the original post and comments on The Himalayan Club’s Facebook...

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