Himachal Bhandhu Shaba celebrated culture programme in Delhi. Lot of Himachali people came and enjoy the programme. All ages of the people participated culture programme. Childrens performed Himachali songs, dance and fun etc. All the Himachali songs which were listen in our childhood example: ES BO GRANYE DIYA LAMBRA, Kangre Diya Uchiya ridya and many others. It was really great event.
One of the most amazing part of the programme was “Lucky Winner” Himachal Bhandu Shabha also conducted lucky draw system. Top ten luckey winner got their awards. First Lucky winner got refrigerator, 2nd lucky winner got Microwave Ovens and third lucky winner got Mixer Grinder.
Also people enjoyed Himachal Dham like chabal (Bhaat), channe ke daal, palda, mah ke daal, khata etc.
The prizes distributed at the end of the event.
Recognized as one of the optimum and assiduous prehistoric destination in the northern India, the expanse of Chamba is outlined and blessed as an old-day town occupied with the fervor of magnificence and beauty. Located in the embellished district of Chamba, The region is predestined at an elevation of 3,268 feet above the sea level. This amazing town is impressively known as one of the paramount travel destination Chowari Jot Trek Chamba and roller-skating enthusiasts and fans. The land of Chamba is indeed speckled with heaps of greenery vegetation and splendid pastures of sweet-smelling and colored flowers. The terrain of Chamba is also enhanced with a large number of historical myths and traces. Being harmonized as the alluring town in the lower mountain arrays of Himalayas, the Chamba expanse is seen as the most charming hill stations amid with scenic settings of lush green valleys and terrains encircled with the crux of dense evergreen forests, mystical views of wildlife and a vast number of bird sanctuaries beset with powerful numbers of extinct and scarce birds.
The town has a great number of temples and palaces and also hosts two widespread Jatras (fairs), the “Suhi Mata Mela” and the “Minjar Mela”, which stretch for about numerous days and encompass music and dancing. Chamba is also well-eminent for its arts and crafts, predominantly its Pahari paintings, which devised in the Hill Kingdoms of North India amid the 17th and 19th century and its handcrafts and textiles. A trip to Chamba is purely incomplete if you are not planning to embark on a trek to Chowari Jot in Chamba.
The day trek from Chowari Jot to Chamba is a reasonably a bit tough and unique route, just below 19 kilometres long. This path follows a ridge along a sequence of saddles and crests from Chowari Jot. This route finishes with a long, two vertical kilometer decline over scree and rock cut strides that might cause some rickety knees towards the end of the trek. However, it is certainly very gorgeous with a panoramic vision of the mountain ranges. Weather here is lovely during the day till from March to November, very icy at night.
How to reach
Buses ply frequently to Chowari Jot and Chamba. From Chamba bus stand, the last HRTC (Himachal Roadways Transport Corporation) bus leaves for Chowari Jot at 1600 hours. Taxis can be also borrowed from Chamba.