Welcome to Student Alumni Association
Student Alumni Association within green valley is an easily accessible and strategic location. Situated 7 kilometres away
from bus stand and twenty seven kilometres from Airport, Green Valley enjoys beautiful
location where you can really feel the comfort and freshness of a Hill Station. The Green
Valley is in close proximity to Nalderha Golf Course, Kufri-"a popular hill station of India",
Jakhu Temple, Kalyani Helipad, Hussan Valley, Tatta Pani. Enclosed within pine woods,
accommodation provides panoramic views of outstanding natural beauty along with excellent
Guest Rooms with attached bath Room
24 Hours Hot and Cold water
Doctor on Call
Lunch / Dinner / Breakfast
Tourist cab for site seen
Three Room Family suites in just Rs. 2000/-
Himachal means the land of snow in Hindi. The physiographic of Himachal Pradesh is portrayed with an intricate mosaic of hills, valleys, fast flowing & turbulent rivers and soaring high mountains covered with snow, and like three circles bound together by high ranges, narrow passes, fast flowing rivers and a rich cultural tradition the tracts of Kinnaur Spitti and Lahul seems to hold the essence of the 2500km long Himalayas. Traditionally the region has string ties with neighboring Tibet and there are marked cultural and religious similarities. Tucked away in mountain folds for centuries, this is one pocked of the world that has both charm and mystery. Kinnaur, spitti and Lahul offers a touch of exotica and more than just a dash of adventure. On the other hand dharamsala is the seat of H.H Dalai Lama and his govt. In exile.
About Shimla (Capital of Himachal Pradesh)
Shimla is a tourist destination and it is also the capital of the Himachal state. It is situated in the north-west Himalayas. Shimla is often referred to as the "Queen of Hill Stations" (a term coined by the British). It has been blessed with all the natural bounties, one can think of. Shimla, draped in forests of pine, rhododendron, and oak, experiences pleasant summers and cold, snowy winters. The biggest industry in Shimla is hotel, travel and tourism. Bulging at its seams with unprecedented expansion, the town retains a colonial aura, with its grand old buildings.
Shimla has a number of spaces to visit. Local hangouts like the mall road and ridge are in the heart of the city. Most of the heritage buildings in the city are preserved in their original tudorbethan architecture. The Viceregal lodge which houses the Indian Institute of Advanced Study, and Wildflower hall that is now a luxury hotel are some of the famous ones. A collection of paintings, jewelery and textiles of the regio n can be found at the State Museum (built in 1974).
Situated at an altitude of 3962m the scared Amarnath cave is the destination for thousands of Hindu pilgrims from all over India during the months of July and August the Shravni Mela. Inside the cave lies the ice Shiva Lingam with two other ice formations representing Ganesh and Parvati, which are said to increase and decrease in size according to the movements of the moon.
Day 01: Delhi/ Jammu/ Srinagar to Agroo Village (1800 m)
On arrival at Srinagar airport Jammu you will be met by our representative and transferred to the very nice Agroo village where you can enjoy the village life. Which is on height (1800m) from sea level.
Day 02: Agroo Village to Phalgam (2139 m)
In Pahalgam you will do day walk for just warm up your body for a Amarnath cave trek which paradise trek.
Day 03: Pahalgam to Chandanwari (2900 m)
The trail leaves Pahalgam by road past the Shankar temple and along the scenic East Lidder valley following the river the path is easy to follow. This section of the trek can also be done by jeep.
Day 04: Chandanwari – Sheshnag (3720m/1220ft)
Leaving Chandanwadi the trail climbs steeply up to the summit of a ridge known as Pissu Top – from here there are spectacular views back down the valley to Pahalgam and beyond. During the months of the annual yatra many tea stalls spring up along the route doing a thriving business keeping both pilgrims and trekkers refreshed. After Pissu the trail flattens out for a while passing through a gorge before we embark on the final climb of the day up to our home for the night – Sheshnag Lake. The lake is set in remarkable surroundings, its deep blue waters reflecting the snowy peaks of the mountains that surround it and many legends associated with the lake relating to love and revenge can heard being told round campfires at night. Overnight in tent.
Day 05: Sheshnag – Panchtarni (3933m/ 1290ft)
From Sheshnag the trail ascends up towards the Mahagunas Pass the highest point of the trek giving the most amazing views of the surrounding countryside. The path for a short while crosses a grassy plateau before making the final ascent to the top of the pass at a height of 4270 metres. The descent to Panchtarni crosses flower filled meadows before reaching a bare treeless landscape where our campground for the night can be found at the foot of the Mount Bhairav where five streams converge. Overnight in tent.
Day 06: Panchtarni – Amarnath (3962m/ 12998ft) – Panchtarni
During the period of the annual yatra an early start is essential due to the sheer numbers of people making the journey. Leaving camp the trail climbs up to the Singh Pass (3850m) before descending into the Amarnath valley and crossing a blackened snow bridge, which traverses the Amarvati stream. Once more the path climbs before reaching a series fo concrete steps, which lead to the entrance to the cave. The J & K police will only allow a certain number of pilgrims inside at any one time regulate entry to the cave.
Return via the same route back to Panchtarni. Overnight in tent.
Day 07: Panchtarni – Chandanwadi
Return via same route back to Chandanwadi. Overnight in tent.
Day 08: Chandanwadi – Pahalgam
Return via same route back to Pahalgam either by jeep or walking. Overnight in hotel or transfer to onward destinations.
The tour starts off with lunch upon arriving at the capital. The guide will distribute food vouchers for the Union Station food court.
After lunch, the group sets off for the first of many visit to Washington DC’s many historical attractions by Hop-on, hop-off double-decker sightseeing tour.
The tour consists of three routes: the Grand Tour (red), that starts from Union Station; Arlington (Blue) and Uptown (Yellow) routes. Stops are near all major landmarks: Lincoln, Vietnam, Korean and Marine Corps (Iwo Jima) Memorials; U.S. Capitol, Library of Congress, FBI Building, Embassy Row, Georgetown, US Navy Memorial; Arlington Cemetery and Tomb of the Unknowns. Total ride tour time is approximately 3 and a half hours if the customers stay on.
- Meet at Pennsylvania Station
- Train ride to Washington DC
- Lunch at the food court
- Hop-On Hop-Off sightseeing tour
- Drop-off at Pennsylvania Station
- Roundtrip train fare between New York and Washington (approx. 3 to 4 hours each way)
- Lunch at the food court inside Union Station
- 3.5 hour Hop On Hop Off Double Decker sightseeing tour in English
- Meals and Drinks not included in the description
- Personal Expenses
- Tips and Gratuities
- Optional Activity Costs
- Children below 3 years old are free of charge if seated on adult's lap.
- All passengers will be required to show a valid photo ID before boarding the train due to new security policies on AMTRAK.
- The following information per participant will be required upon booking:
* Full name as indicated on passport
* Date of Birth
Mehar Chand Thakur : Founder and Chairman of organization and basically from Himachal Pradesh and having the specialization in the field of Trekking , Mountaineering and operating tours . He has conducted many Tourism related training programme on behalf of Himachal and Uttrakhand Government for unemployed youth .
Umed Rana : A Certified Mountaineering Instructor (MOI) from Nehru Institue of Mountaineering Uttarkashi . He has done extensive climbing and trekking in Uttarkhand and Himachal Himalayas.
Gaurav Kumar : Gorurv is a Certified Mountaineer from Nehru Institute of Mountaineering Uttarkashi and also manage trekking and tours in Uttarkhand and Himachal Pardesh.
Shailendra : Shailendra is a Certified Mountaineer from Nehru Institute of Mountaineering Uttarkashi and mange adventure activities and Camps for adventurers and school and college groups in Himalayas.
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The era of Punk Clothing
The clock of fashion has
turned towards the early 70’s and 90’s; it has stopped with the century of
Punk clothing! An authentic and antique style of clothing, which
influenced great bands and fashion icons. “Punk apparel”
is always mixed with a theme and a vision. The leather recurs, bright studs and
glittery belts, were the most common elements of Punk fashion. The thematic
elements played a crucial role in Goth clothing. People who wore and
chose Punk apparels, failed not to stay away from obvious picks like neckties
with skulls or striped shirts with red patterns. The explicit vision of
Punk clothing varied from one person to another!
A wear with Jarring visions
Punk apparel was initiated in the late 60’s. The line of clothing was
designed for musicians. It was regarded as the music of discord and dissent. The
wear had jarring visions that was not appreciated by elders or scholars.
Nevertheless, the once displeasing wear is now a trend of hip pop music and up
east side entertainment!
The signature of Westwood
A diva in the world of Punk
clothing would be Vivienne Westwood. She was named as the queen of
Goth clothing. The diva pioneered and spread the idea of Punk in fashion
industries. She was a brave heart, with bizarre cuts and novel clothes.
Westwood’s distinctive style evolved to be her “signature”. Her patterns
can be described as loud and brash. Following Westwood would be Comme des
Garcons. Garcons created distinctive styles with patched designs, nontraditional
cuts and unconventional elements. Commes was capable of designing Punk apparels
with silhouette looks and curves.
The essential elements
has a large number of brands and designers. The wear can be customized to the
needs of its owner. Some of the most essential parts of
Punk clothing would be as follows:
Blazer – The Punk Apparel collections will remain incomplete
without the Patched blazers. Brands like Corre and Watanabe gave the authentic
style a novel look. The patched work designs with wild cuts and deep twists that
combined conceptual ideas with comfort. The Punk blazer is idyllic for people
who wish to be the spotlight or centre of attraction!
Shirts – Rude boys and Skin heads were the authors of Plaid shirts. Since
its inception, the unique wear was worn by punks around the world. The red and
black checked Plaid shirts are considered as a versatile piece of clothing. The
classic piece of formal wear has been redefined with a touch of allure and
Jean – The ratty punk apparel, touched with house paint and ripped off
knees is a thing to die for! The ratty jeans when paired with checked blazers
and a striped shirt is capable of creating a whole new style statement.
for men differs from the style desired by teenagers. The wear is made of
difficult patterns, out of the ordinary cuts and disrupted images.
Punk apparel is the best way to break rules and feel independent. The
loud style statement is a medley of fun and amusement!
Day 11: Chandertaal - Topko Yongma (4400 m). This 12 km uphill climb takes you through magnificent views of peaks and Glaciers to Topko Gongma, which means "a big river".
Day 12: Topko Gongma - Topko Yongma (4460 m). Yongma means "small river". This day involves an adventurous river crossing which has to be done early in the morning when the water level is lower. This river crossing is the highlight of the day as it is considered quite dangerous.
Day 13: Topko Yongma - Baralacahala (4883 m). This is the third pass of the journey and falls on one of the highest roads in the world. This 8-km walk from Topka Yongma gives a bird’s eyeview of the Spiti Valley giving you a combined view of three rivers viz. Chandra, Bhaga and Yunam.
One of the things that spoke to our hearts about the genuineness of these experiences was the fact that they all tied back to the Bible!
One night Charles said, "Can you imagine people believing the son of a Jewish carpenter who came up and said, 'I am the way, the truth, and the
life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me!" (John 14:6).
We find it easier to believe the stories of angelic visitations in the twentieth century than it was for those people to believe that this ordinary young
man was Jesus, the Son of God!
Some people didn't believe that story. Some did! It will be the same way today. Some will believe this story. Some won't. We do! Whether you
believe it or not, this book will cause you to see God's love in a greater way than ever before and it will make Jesus come alive to you! It will give a
feeling of living right now in the limitless dimension of eternity!
Charles & Frances Hunter
A Word From the Wife of Roland Buck
What an exciting day to be alive! Although we have the darkness of wickedness on every hand, we have the assurance of God caring through a
great supernatural renewal in our day.
A spiritual awakening is always characterized by miracles of healing, many conversions and a new touch in lives.
Part of the special work God is doing is a broader revelation of himself through the messages brought by angelic visitation.
To think that our family and church could be a part of this expression of his love is more than I can comprehend.
Two questions people ask me when they know that my precious husband has had many angelic encounters are: "Have you seen an angel," and
"Why did God choose your husband?"
I have not yet had an angelic encounter, but at times when I have gone to bed at night I have experienced such an overwhelming inflow of God's
presence that I have had to go downstairs to praise and worship him. I am very much at peace because I know God does everything right. My
husband is the leader and the one who is ministering to the people, so God has laid his hand especially on him. Who am I to question God? Our
love is so close and we share the ministry so much together that although I have not seen an angel, I have been abundantly blessed as my husband
pours out to me the truths that God has shown to him.
In answer to the second question, "Why did God choose him?" you must understand my evaluations are purely human because we cannot limit God.
In the first place, my husband is not easily swayed. We have pastored in Boise, Idaho, for 29 years. Through the years I have seen such a
confidence and trust in God that he has been like a rock of Gibraltar.
He has maintained a steady, even ministry in spite of socalled
"fads" in religious circles not
"swayed with every wind of doctrine," but weighing
carefully those things which could be of a questionable nature.
He has always been a great student of the Word and in his ministry has built a bridge for the unbeliever instead of a barrier to the kingdom of God.
The angelic encounters have not been his first knowledge of God dealing with him in a special way. Many times he has come to bed in the morning
after God has spoken to him through the night hours regarding truths in the Word, giving him many scriptures to bear out the particular message he
wanted to give him.
His consistency and stability have created within our four children and me a trust in God that is unwavering. He has suffered three heart attacks and
one heart arrest, but through it all the peace of God was felt within our whole family. God has given us a wonderful heritage.
Although my husband has meditated a great deal on the Word, he is not a mystic, but very human and a person I have grown to love and trust.
God can do as he pleases. Didn't he visit many people in the Old and New Testaments? He is still able to do the same in these days God
God of the supernatural who
can deny it?
Encounter (Ch. 1)
The most outstanding and thrilling thing that has ever taken place in my life has been the angelic visitations that have occurred during the past two
God made it very clear to me that I am to share what happened in my life so I am passing on descriptions of what I have seen, experiences I have
had, and messages I have been given.
God is illuminating truths of the Bible in unprecedented ways prior to the return of Jesus. Revelations are being brought forth in all ministries flowing
in the Spirit. In this relation, God quickened my spirit to John 16:1215:
"Oh, there is so much more I want to tell you, but you can't understand it now.
When the Holy Spirit, who is truth, comes, he shall guide you into all truth, for he will not be presenting his own ideas, but will be passing on to you
what he has heard. He will tell you about the future" (TLB). Jesus spoke these words.
I have written these encounters and messages with the limitation of my own human understanding. In doing this, I have made references to what the
angels have said, but not with the thought of quoting them verbatim, except where I have so stated. When you consider that there have been some
fifty hours of angelic conversation which I have condensed with my own words and understanding into this single volume, you can perhaps realize