View From Rohtang Top

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Rohtang Pass literally means pile of corpses because many people die every year while trying to cross the pass. However, the pass is very popular among tourists and thousands of tourists every year visit the pass to witness snow walls as high as 25 feet.

Fog Sheet View from Rohtang Top

Photo by: Kshitij Thakur

Kshitij Thakur is a Civil Engineering graduate from Thapar University and currently works with one of the best hydropwer companies of the country, SJVN. He considers himself an amateur in the world of photography, although his photographs suggest something else. This humble guy believes that a learning attitude will always take you forward. He wants to portray the beautiful life of Himalayas through his lens. He loves black and white photography but that doesn’t mean he can’t deal with colors. He loves capturing bright colorful fields, kids, and mountains. In the end, Kshitij doesn’t forget saying this quote, said by the great Issac Newton, “”I was like a boy playing on the sea-shore, and diverting myself now and then finding a smoother pebble or a prettier shell than ordinary, whilst the great ocean of truth lay all undiscovered before me.”

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