Trekking in Himalayas.

The magnificent Himalayas have a unique place in the history and legend of India. In legends and myths they were the abode of  Gods of  the  Hindu Pantheon and hence worshiped. Western Himalayas includes, Ladakh, Zanskar Uttaranchal, and the whole of the Himachal Pradesh including Lahaul Spiti, Kinnaur  and the Pangi valley. Many enchanting treks can be undertaken  in this beautiful land, taking  you deep into the land locked Valleys of the Western Himalayas. Dense forests of massive Deodar (Cedar) trees, green meadows, sparkling streams, deep blue lakes, sleepy little villages, barren sparsely inhabited lunar landscape with fantastic forms and shapes created by  Nature provide an introduction to the rare Himalayan flora  and fauna.......

Adventure,Cultural and Spiritual tours.

We continues to pioneer new adventure, cultural and eco tours in the surrounding Himalayas, without sparing the most remote areas of Himachal, Ladakh, Lahaul and Spiti, Pangi and Kishtwar, and Garhwal. Today Native Himalaya offers a vast range of adventure, cultural, nature - based programs and is operating various tour circuits in this part of Himalayas. Native Himalaya offers wide range of adventure sports for tourist like Trekking , Jeep safaries in himalaya, skiing, Mountain climbing, Ski touring, Mountain biking in himalaya. Jeep safari in Leh - Ladakh region is the speciality of Native Himalaya. We have specialised tour packages for Trekking in Himalaya. Our treks in himalaya range from easy adventures to strenuous ones.....


Jeep Safari & Motor Biking tour.


Mountain Biking.

The high altitude Western Himalayan roads and many of its off route trails is heaven for Mountain biking lovers. These biking tracks veer through the Natures wonderland. Starting from the foothills of the Western Himalayas the lower regions in the state of Uttaranchal and Himachal are ideal launching point for the biking tours. The lower Himalayan trails amidst the mild honey - milk beauty of pine fir and oak forests , mountain villages with exotic wooden houses, beautiful paddy fields and orchards, gives great opportunity for fun loving and leisure bikers. One such trip is from Uttaranchal (Rishikesh) to Manali.

River Rafting in Himalayas.

The magic behind River Rafting also referred, as Whitewater River Rafting is the extreme and never-ending thrills in the untamed rivers. The rivers in the upper Himalayas are among the best in the world for river rafting sports, with many staircase rapids that challenge the body and spirit of the river runner. The river cuts against the rocky banks, crash into rocks, crevices and breaking into white water rapids, foaming, swirling, and falling in a thunderous din...

Paragliding in Himalayas.

Paragliding in Himalayas


Buddhism is a philosophy which shows the world as a living being and nature creation. There is no one above the human to control himself apart from some forces of nature. The intension of this post to show that, as a human being you should see the world as it is. That is , the world is not a creation of a supernatural power, but merely the cause and effect and the nature makes the continuity of living being and the world/universe. Buddhism explained in general how the cause and effect principle ( kamma and vipaka ) affects person. But thats only a one way out of the five rules of nature...
These five rules are called Niyama in Pali.

1. Utu Niyama (physical inooganic order)
Effects from seasonal changes like in spring some flowers blossom, but in winter leaves fall. People get displaced by winds and rain, earthquakes. This is happening not because we have done bad karma, or some supernatural god is against us. But its the phenomena of nature which can be hardly controlled.

2. Bija Niyama (Physical Organic Order)
This is bind with living beings organic characteristcs. Eg:- When we plant a rice seed, we get rice as harvest, not apple. Thats the pattern of reproduction. Some fruit maybe tasty, but some is bitter. Some flowers smell and some do not. We live within the womb for roughly 10 month after conception, but elephants have a different time period.

3. Kamma Niyama (Order of Action and Reaction)
This is what I explained in the previous post. This is what you are fully responsible. Simply taking I abbreviate this as WYDIWYG ( "What you do is what you get" ). Quite cool huh.

4. Dhamma Niyama (Order of Norm )
This is the nature of the world in general. Eg:- gravitation, why the earth rotates. why your skin gets wrinkled with aging. Simply taking thats how the world as it is.

5. Chitta Niyama ( Order of Mind )
Thousands of ideas are coming to our mind within a second. We forget somethings, we remember important things. Your brain will prefer to keep some events forever. This will explain some abilities which some people posses like telepathy, premonition, thought reading.

One thing we should remember here. Kamma Niyama is the Niyama, which we should be aiming to control as its our responsibility. Other forces of nature, we should be able to control into some extent. I will explain Kamma Niyama in more detail later. But its pointless to prey for "external help" to change any of those natural phenomena.



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