Nanda devi Raj Jat Yatra - 2014

Satya Ranjan Sen

Category: trekking
Date of Publication: Nov 17 , 2014


Nanda Devi Raj Jat Yatra, a pilgrimage festival of Uttarakhand is considered as the 'Kunbh' of Himalaya. The people from Garhwal region of high-Himalayas organize this holy Yatra once in every 12 years. The festival is named after the peak, Nanda Devi, the primary deity of the peak. This year (2014), the pilgrimage started from Chamoli village on 18th August and ended on 6th September at Ghat after covering approximately 250 Kms of trek route. This trek (yatra) trail which is considered to be one of the biggest trails in Uttarakhand passes through many places in high-Himalayas including Roopkund, Homekund, Wan Village, Baidini Bugial etc. People from all across the country come to attend this holy Yatra.

Satya Ranjan Sen with Biswanath Gayen attended the 2014 Nanda Devi Raj Jat Yatra festival on 23rd August this year. This album shares some of the exclusive photographs they took while participating in the holy pilgrimage this year.

Photo credit:
Biswanath Gayen, Satya Ranjan Sen

Kartikswami
View from Kartikswami Temple
Nandakeswri, Way to the festival
Doli Yatra
Nandakeswri
Way to Phaldial
At Wan Village, Trek starts to Rangadhar
Wan Village
Way to Rangadhar
Rangadhar
Way to Garilipatal
Camp at Garilipatal
Way to Badini Bugial
Baidini Bugial
Baidini taal
Rest
Rainbow at Ganesh Top
Camp at Ganesh Top
View from Ganesh Top
Worship at Ganesh Top
Bramha kamal
Way to Hemkund
Hemkund
Way to Juner Gully
Way to Sai Lasamuda
Tent Pitching
Green View
Homekund
Ranti shaddle
Nanda devi Base Camp
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