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Man made tragedy or Nature’s Fury- People of Uttarakhand and tourists from many parts of India have faced too much to describe.
We, at TripOrTrap family, pay our homage to the people who’ve lost their lives and loved ones in India’s most devastating Flash Floods. Our Armed Personnel, Para Military troops, Air force and volunteers are the Real Heroes who have put their lives to the risk and had successfully done the search and rescue operation in the Hills. There are many things to learn from this as correctly pointed out by chairman of the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Transport, Tourism and Culture Sitaram Yechury about the unbridled expansion of tourism industry and had cautioned the industry to learn from the catastrophic tragedy in Uttarakhand.
However, the helping hands at the time of devastation has made us proud.
We are here publishing the Helpline numbers for the general public:-
Uttarkashi: (+91) 1374-226461
Chamoli: (+91) 1372-251437, 9411352136
Rudraprayag: (+91) 1364-233727,9412914875
Control Room (Uttarakhand): (+91) 135-2710334, 9557444486
People using Internet can use the Google People Finder to obtain the information about someone and can also, update any information about anyone.
In humanity, we trust!
We are in the process of Launch of IBTST- II (India: Been there, seen that Part II) Travelogue contest
Have you just returned from a recent trip? Are you truly satisfied with the overall service standard of the hotel you stayed in or the travel broker you were dealing with? Was the place ‘awesome’ or ‘awful’ ?
We would love to hear from you, even if you say, “Uff, What a disgusting trip it was!”
TriporTrap.com is inviting travelogues, stories, and travel memoirs from all travel enthusiasts and writers. Submit your tour story today and get yourself enrolled for the contest to win exciting prizes and gifts. Contest dates are July 1st- Aug 15th.
Keep seeking this space for more details.
Wait is going to be over soon! We are finalising the result of travelogue contest held in the month of March-May 2013.
Lord Shiva, generally referred to as ‘The Destructor’ or ‘The Parmatma’ in Hindu mythology has been in existence since the evolution of the entire universe. Present in the prayers of most individuals and with followers all across the globe, the Lord is considered to be the Supreme God in Hinduism. Devotees throng the innumerable temples in countless numbers that are present throughout the length and breadth of the country.
‘Shiv Ratri’ is the time when the descent of followers to the temples increases manifold times and all gather to seek the blessings of the deity. Pouring in milk that is considered holy for Shiva, the followers make a beeline to offer their prayers. There are thousands of ‘lingams’ in India , but some have a specific importance attached to them. From ages, they have been considered to be the best places to visit, in order to get the blessings of the Lord.
The important ones are called ‘Jyotirlingas’ and are twelve in number. Somnatha, Mallikarjuna, Mahakala, Omkara, Kedara, Bhimshankara, Vishvanatha, Tryambaka, Vaidynatha, Nagesha, Rameshwara and Ghushnesha. We will be visiting four of the top ones that you can’t afford to miss. Let’s take a sneak-peek for experiencing and making memories.
The above mentioned places have facts and stories that differ from place to place and lend more mysticism about them. Lord Shiva, rules the entire universe and placing your offerings in front of the Supreme god, you will get lucky. So, pack your bags and book your tickets for that ultimate divine experience. If, you have visited any place or other shrines, do share your experience.