First ever Helicopter Ride

Saturday, September 13, 2014

Most of us have had few/many airplane rides, but recently I got a chance to be part of a Helicopter ride. No I was not being saved from any rescue operations.  In fact I booked it myself for a ride from Katra Helipad to Mata Vaishno Devi Temple, Sanjichatt Helipad. The helicopter ride takes almost 3-4 minutes for the entire journey started a few months back. The cost per person per side is around a thousand bucks.The Helicopter’s fan never stops so you need to board it while the fans are at full throttle.

This makes the surrounding area very windy. It might feel you may be thrown away by the gusting winds. It’s a little difficult to walk because of the winds and the noise created by the fans. But once on board the best part is just awaiting. It’s incredible when the Helicopter lifts up and starts the journey. The pilot has a central joystick to control all the movements of the chopper. The journey is exciting. 

The Helicopter is different than an airplane in many ways. Firstly it is quite smaller and the other distinctive difference is that the helicopter is open on 2 sides and in some even the top is open. Due to this the journey is fun-filled. As it advances everything seems to shrink and the world looks very beautiful from the top.

Overall the first Helicopter ride was just like a roller coaster ride. Nothing less than an adrenaline rush.

Beautiful and Serene.... Jim Corbett National Park

Tuesday, March 4, 2014

Jim Corbett National Park is situated in the Nanital area and is very popular holiday destination. The entire park and its surrounding is beautiful and serene.

The Incredible Taj

Thursday, August 15, 2013

The Taj Mahal may be one of the most photographed buildings in the world. But still every picture makes you stare at it with amaze.

The Ledengary Monkey-Man

Sunday, March 24, 2013

Well, for those of you who thought Yeti's didn't exist, here is a glimpse of it captured in cameras for the first time. Well this creature is not of the same size of an Yeti, but definitely close to an human being or a large Monkey. I named it the Monkey-Man because of this tail which swings past its head once it is excited. Legends has it, that this Man could be found anywhere climbing peaks and walls to reach where it wants. It looks for preys that are weak and yell out in its grants once near them. The preys scream out in fear and excitement. The most pro-founding discovery was that it plays soothing music to attracts the crowds and show its tricks.

 Does it look familiar to you? This creature can be found freely roaming in the Cultural Gully of Kingdom of Dreams, Gurgaon. The funny, colorful and vibrant individual attracts everyone.

The Great Indian Post

Friday, November 2, 2012

I recently had to send a Speed-Post, I was surprised by what happened. The cost of inter-city speed posts has been increased by more 55% effective from 1st October, 2012. Can you imagine that? How can the Government increased the prices by more than 50% that too at once?

Also have you ever tried sending a letter by common post i.e through stamps. The letter never reaches the destination. The stamps are removed before stamping it and sold at black market and our letters are thrown in dustbins.

What is even more shameful is how these news effecting millions of common Indian go un-noticed and the Government continuous incorporating such unsuitable moves.

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