That smell is the true smell of the Himalayas, and if it once gets into the blood of a man he will, at the last, forgetting everything else, return to the Hills to die.
But I buy no village in the Himalayas so long as one red head flares between the tail of the heaven-climbing glacier and the dark birch forest.
Yonder," said Purun Bhagat, breasting the lower slopes of the Sewaliks, where the cacti stand up like seven-branched candlesticks-"yonder I shall sit down and get knowledge"; and the cool wind of the Himalayas whistled about his ears as he trod the road that led to Simla.
The langurs, the big gray-whiskered monkeys of the Himalayas, were, naturally, the first, for they are alive with curiosity; and when they had upset the begging-bowl, and rolled it round the floor, and tried their teeth on the brass-handled crutch, and made faces at the antelope skin, they decided that the human being who sat so still was harmless.
Author of HEAVY GAME OF THE WESTERN HIMALAYAS (1881); THREE MONTHS IN THE JUNGLE (1884).
A Selenite, deposited in Europe on the summit of Mont Blanc, or in Asia on the top of the Himalayas
, would not be quite in the right place.
That's a new sort of fir which old Caldecott brought from the Himalayas.
cried Tom, looking up, having caught the word Himalayas, and suspecting what East was after.
Actor, producer, director Sohail Khan, brother of megastar Salman Khan will be seen driving a Maruti Gypsy in the Adventure category as a member of Team Maruti along with former Raid De Himalaya
winner Rahul Sancheti, as his navigator.
The Indian Himalayas
are an incredible tourism product that can attract both domestic and the international tourists that may have interest in soft and hard adventurism, the flora and fauna of The Himalaya
and the Himalayan culture.
He hailed partnership and coordination with the private sector's companies in producing radio and television programmes, commending the noble message of "Himalaya
" in embodying the sentiments of love, patriotism and joint aspirations for the GCC union through a trip to the Himalaya
mountains made by 14 GCC youngsters (six Bahrainis, three Qataris, two Emiratis, One Saudi, one Kuwaiti and one Omani).
Toiletry brands such as Nivea and Himalaya
are hoping to cash in on those numbers.