Khalanga War Memorial | Battle of Nalapani | Stories from Anglo Nepalese War | British Gorkha War

Sitting right in the heart of this battleground, we witnessed some amazing stories of the British-Gorkha war of 1814 AD where an army of 400 Gorkhas gave a tough time to a decorated army of 5000 soldiers of the Company!

The Story of Shri Guru Ram Rai Darbar Sahib | Jhanda Sahib Doon | Naming of Dehradun

Built in 1707, almost half a century after Taj Mahal, this lesser known shrine, situated in the heart of Dehradun, is the reason why the town is named so! The construction was patronised by Aurangzeb who dedicated this place to his friend and guide, Sri Guru Ram Rai. This complex is one of the finest examples of artworks of Mughal times ..with marvellous Frescoes, Marble-inlay work (pachchikari) done by the descendants of artists who worked on Taj Mahal.. this place is an oasis of tranquility in Dehradun.

Mindrolling Monastery | Buddha Temple Dehradun | The return of Buddhism to the valley

In this episode – the story of Buddhism in Dehradun, Tibetan Buddhism, and the Buddhist connections of Benaras, Kashmir, Uttarakhand and Haryana!

Bhatta Falls, Old Hydro-electric Power Station and more – MUSSOORIE & LANDOUR Episode 2 (video)

One of the oldest Hydro-electric Power Plants, Bhatta Falls, Limestone Quarries and much more in Episode 2 of Heritage Explorations at MUSSOORIE & LANDOUR 🙂 Happy Exploring!!

Heritage Walk at Musoorie and Landour – Episode 1 : The Discovery of Mussoorie!

So here’s the first episode from our new Heritage Trail video series – A Tale of 2 Cities – MUSSOORIE & LANDOUR 🙂 Discover how the British “found” Mussoorie during the 19th Century.. how the place got it’s name.. and how it developed into a beautiful “rejuvenating” town for the ailing “Company”! All this and more…Happy Exploring 🙂