Jagatgram Ashvamedha Yagya ancient site and Old Bridge on Yamuna

In this final episode from our Nov 2019 Dehradun Exploration trip we bring to you the ancient site of Ashvamedha Yagya (Horse Sacrifice) of 3rd-4th Century AD … located in Jagatgram, an ancient village in Dehradun, Uttarakhand, India. We also stop by the bank of Yamuna to explore an old bridge and to reflect upon this awesome tour 🙂 Thanks for watching! Stay tuned to the channel for more such experiences! Cheers and blessings for all 🙂

Asokan Edict of Kalsi and the amazing story of “Discovery of Asoka the Great”

In this episode – Ashokan Rock Edict of Kalsi, Stories of Asoka, the ‘Discovery’ of Asoka by James Prinsep and George Turnour .. and more 🙂

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.

St. Paul’s Church – exploring heritage at Mussoorie and Landour

Christmas Special episode from ‪Mussoorie‬ & ‪Landour 🙂 The historical St. PAUL’s CHURCH – a beautiful ‪church‬ located very near to the famous ‪Char Dukan‬ and ‪Chakkar‬ area in the Queen of Hills. This is the only place where the ‪British Queen and the King visited during the ‪colonial Days of the Raj and it also has a connect with the story of the famous conservationist Edward James “Jim” Corbett!

MERRY CHRISTMAS friends 🙂 Happy Exploring! Love to all!! ‪:)

Rishikesh Adventures : Camp-fun and a Trek to a mystical temple

Bringing some moments of fun and adventure from our recent trip to Rishikesh, India. This episode showcases the fun we had at our camps and then a trek up  a beautiful hill to the mystical hill-top temple 🙂 Enjoy!