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my himalayan trekking trip pics











resting for a while












its me at d backdrop of alpine forest











in jungle
























eating maggi















trekker raj












at 10000 feet with my frnz











river crossing exercise












with bachendri pal

Comments

Ulalala...bahut masti kar kay aaye ho party...mast pics hai..lagta hai bahut masti ki hai tune wahan...man i wish i had done this ropeway across the river(2nd last pic!!)...btw woh 4th pic main tu hai kya ?
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suno bhaiyyon nxt yr sab apni companies se ek saath chutti lenge aur kahin trip pe chalenge & Rathz diz is ur last chance to reclaim ur "Mr. Planner" title...saale nepal se leke Kashmir tak u left no stone unturned in coming up with ur imaginary trips... planning shuru kar de coz diz time money wont b a prob 4 anybdy !!
Unknown said…
ya its me n i was d 2nd 1 to do it ot f 38 guys...
i was also d fastest 2 climb a tough rock
Chiranjit said…
sahi raj. it was a great time out at the himalaya for you.tu rock climbing ma 2nd aya!!!!!!

great..good improvement from college cricket field.

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