2nd Day of Nanda Raj Jat 2014: 40 Frames from Nauti-Ida Badhani Trek

Rose of Sharon, a variety of hibiscus, is an ornamental flower.
Rose of Sharon, a variety of hibiscus, is an ornamental flower.

 

A dhaba in Nauti prepares samosas, one of the most popular Indian snacks.
A dhaba in Nauti prepares samosas, one of the most popular Indian snacks.

 

A group of mynas enjoy delicate dawn in Nauti.
A group of mynas enjoy delicate dawn in Nauti.

 

Staff of Shulabh International cleans the road in Nauti before the procession begins.
Staff of Shulabh International cleans the road in Nauti before the procession begins.

 

The bhankora player rings the bell at Nauti temple.
The bhankora player rings the bell at Nauti temple.

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4 Comments


    1. Thanks!
      I will publish more photo stories to cover the whole trek.

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  1. What a trek! Didn’t know this was earmarked for eco and heritage.

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    1. I am glad to know that you like the trek.

      Reply

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