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About Himalayas



About Himalayas


History of Himalayas
Forty million years ago, a collision between two plates of the earth’s crust resulted in the creation of the earth’s highest mountain Himalayas. The magnificent range of the Himalayas harbors breathtakingly beautiful scenery and dramatic environment. The high Himalayas constituting a spectacular mountain scope are being able to attract the heart of any new comer who is in search of challenge and grandeur.

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Climate of Himalayas
The Himalayas influences the climate of the Indian subcontinent by sheltering it from the cold air mass of Central Asia. The range also exerts a major influence on monsoon and rainfall patterns. Within the Himalayas climate varies depending on elevation and location.

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People & Tribes of Himalayas
The population, settlement, and economic patterns within the Himalayas have been greatly influenced by the variations in topography and climate, which impose harsh living conditions and tend to restrict movement and communication. People living in remote, isolated valleys have generally preserved their cultural identities.

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Rivers of Himalayas
The Trans Himalayan Indus River rises near the Mansarovar Lake on the Tibetan plateau. It enters the Himalayas in southeastern Ladakh near its confluence with the River Gurtang at an elevation of 4,200m. Thereafter it follows a north by northwest course between the towering Ladakh range in the north and the Zanskar Range in the south.

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Religions in Himalayas
The people living in the inner dry valleys of Garhwal are mainly Hindus, although followers of other religions such as Buddhism and Christianity are also present. These people worship the local or village deity along with Durga and Shiva. They celebrate all religious occasions that are followed by Hindus living in other parts of India. The population living in this region is also superstitious and has a firm belief in spirits and other supernatural powers.

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