Glucose Club's volunteers at Dehradun.
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Glucose Club's volunteers at Dehradun.

The Magnanimous Journey Of Our Mammoth…! [PART-13]

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Jumping, diving and splattering the water but ultimately time to go back to our hotel, amidst of all this GC responsibly took over the job of WW, we as ‘Waste Warriors’ did our job with our UK volunteers and discussed with them plenty many earth saving steps and also how to at least even a little how to educate people…

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The Magnanimous Journey Of Our Mammoth…! [PART-12]

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Then after a very exhilarating cricket match, we strolled round the village took Ram Jhula to cross the mighty river, had our dinner then came back to our nest for rest, talking and discussing till sleep took over. The very next day had our registry done, came back, reloaded and zoom, we headed towards Rishikesh for our next my much…

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The Magnanimous Journey Of Our Mammoth…! [PART-11]

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As it is I know how it looks from Dehradun but this was something else in comparison to the altitude of Mussoorie, then suddenly we observed an orange stairs moving up in one of the mountains which was forest fire although it looked awesome but devastating we informed the localities along with fire extinguishers, for them it was a day…

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The Magnanimous Journey Of Our Mammoth…! [PART-10]

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We cajoled our in our hotel rooms, again the best chosen views from the hotel balcony straight or shall I say we on purpose chose such hotels from where we get to see the mighty views of the free flowing river shouting, yelling sometimes whispering in the ears of those handsome rocks, sometimes smiling, giggling all in its own aura,…

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The Magnanimous Journey Of Our Mammoth…! [PART-9]

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Then from there we headed for Devprayag for the registry of our plot which we bought in Chamba but this journey was super long and tiring as the more altitude we crossed another mountain was waiting for us to climb so on and so forth we went one after the other waiting hither and thither for the natural beauty to…

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The Magnanimous Journey Of Our Mammoth…! [PART-8]

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But how about the rivers? We just do limitless perilous things to it but it still flows murmuring the song of life, nurturing life and yes wherever stopping making it ‘delta’ for us to survive but do we render the same respect to nature that it truly deserves, but we cannot be perfect as nature or close to it there…

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The Magnanimous Journey Of Our Mammoth…! [PART-7]

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From there amidst the dusty curvy tracks full of mud and gravel we swirled, along with us river also moved from down below meandering its way through mountains and caves but yes with us sometimes playing hide and seek while turnings but yes it never left us as the altitude rose our gears changed engine pulsed the throttle/accelerator pushed little…

Muni Ki Reti In Rishikesh

The Magnanimous Journey Of Our Mammoth…! [PART-6]

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In Rishikesh the next morning was full of hustle bustle, I got up early refreshed and sat in the balcony sipping a powerful strong punch of tea and watching the onset of life at the early hours, pilgrims flocking in and around the pundits or the priests performing their daily rituals of ‘puja’, the powerful chants coming on to the…

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The Magnanimous Journey Of Our Mammoth…! [PART-5]

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Well after all this we ran off for ‘Chotiwala restaurant’ for our food which was yummylicious then to a restaurant run by ‘Gita Bhawan’ trust they make such yummy ‘resin laddu’, ‘jalebis puri sabzi’, etc just divine it was all so mouth watering, then after filling our stomachs to the brim we ran towards ‘Muni Ki Reti’ which is a…

Ganges River view in Rishikesh

The Magnanimous Journey Of Our Mammoth…! [PART-4]

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From all this hullabaloo we forwarded towards Rishikesh via Haridwar amidst taking dips where ever possible stopping for refreshments at Khatauli & Roorkee, from here on the landscape gradually changed we made our way through Rajaji National Park and we were lucky enough to spot a huge cluster of mammoths but they crossed the road in a hurry just leaving…