After coming back from a Himalayan trek, it's never easy to settle down to your normal life. You always try to look towards ways and means to maintain a connect and keep that fire of going back burning.
While the less gifted of us look back to our photographs as a way of maintaining the connect, the artistic ones turn those beautiful pictures into something even more memorable. As truly said, what more, if not the mountains, can bring out the artist in you.
These charcoal paintings by Debapriyo Chatterjee bring out the Har-ki-Doon trek in the most exhilarating manner. Also posting the originals on which the paintings are based.
A typical Gharwali house. While the lower part is used to store food & animals feed for the winters, the upper portion are the living quarters. Wood & stones are extensively used in the construction and offers moderate temperatures both in the chilly winters and summers. This one was an out-house in the Seema village.