The Chadar Trek - The Most Thrilling And Adventurous Trek
This trek can be one of the most memorable ones in your life. With less to spend in the travel, you get to experience that is serene and precious. People usually like going to cities and beaches for travel during vacations. Such scenic beauties are ignored. Once you visit Chadar Trek, you will fall in love with the beauty of Nature and you will always want to visit such places that are gifts of Nature. You can either visit this trek with your family or friends. Be any companion, you will love the feel that abounds you in this region. You will be free from all the worries and stress and give you better goals in life.
The Chadar Trek - The Most Thrilling And Adventurous Trek
Often used interchangeably or mistakenly for the same activities, both trekking and hiking are the forms of adventure involving physical activities including walking, climbing and so on. The only similarity apart from trekking and hiking has more than one difference. Hiking usually involves traversing defined locations in man-made trails or paths in scenic locations and is a form of recreational activity while trekking is not necessarily recreational and can be done for pure adventure among the undefined rougher terrains.
Since hiking involves defined paths all you need for a successful hike is a good pair of hiking shoes, a bottle of water, a walking pole and a compass to find the way. But trekkers on the other hand don’t necessarily take the same route every time even if their destinations are similar. So for a trekking trip one needs to carry basic amenities, water, glucose, compass, torch, camping gear, medicines and everything that one needs on a day-to-day basis and hence requires meticulous planning. This way, trekking doesn’t have a significant impact on the natural environment whereas hiking on the same path leads to degradation of the environment around due to overuse over a period of time.
And hence comparatively due to unforeseen thrill, trekking provides a more fulfilling experience than the hike though hiking is no less. For the pure adventurers, adventure Himalaya trekking is one of the most sought after places for trekking in India. The four thousand odd kilometers of the wild highest mountains and deepest valleys with minimal population and one of the best biodiversity in the world offers a spectacular trekking experience. The best time to trek in the Himalaya is from the month of April through September before the winter snow starts pouring.
Home to lush green pastures in silent valleys and breathtaking white snow-covered peaks of the Himalayas, Uttarakhand offers some of the best mountain treks out there. Perhaps one of the most famous treks of Garhwal Himalayas is the Har-Ki-Doon trek. Situated at the base of Fateh Parvat, the Har-Ki-Doon valley stands at an elevation of 3556m, and offers moderate difficulty. The name ‘Har-Ki-Doon’ loosely translates to ‘The valley of gods’.
The valley itself is home to a diverse array of hilly forest flora, including trees of Pine, Chinar, Chestnut, Oak and conifers of all types. It is a prime spot for bird-watching too!
Don’t worry, we’ve got the itinerary planned for you!
Day-1 : Dehradun to Sankri
It is easy to reach Dehradun as Dehradun railway station is a major Indian railways stop. From the railway station, one can take a bus that runs from Dehradun to Sankri in the morning (alternatively, one may take a bus to Purola, form where, one can easily take a taxi to Sankri). Sankri is about 160 Km from Dehradun. It is located in the Tons valley of the Uttarkashi district. Accomodation is available at Sankri in the form of Garhwal Mandal Vikas Nigam guest houses. (After recent increase in tourist activity, roads are motorable till Taluka. Thus, as an alternative one may start the trek from Taluka instead of Sankri.) Sankri is a quiet little village.Nestled in the natural landscape of the hills, this village is a beautiful place with abundant flowering vegetation.
Day-2 :Sankri to Taluka
The first part of the trek is a 12-km trek from Sankri to Taluka. It used to be a rough forest road, but due to recent development in tourist activity in the area, its condition has improved a lot. A prime location for bird-watching, nature lovers will love this trek as it offers a sneak peek into the rich biodiversity of the Himalayan foothills. Situated 200m above the Tons river, on the left bank, Taluka village comprises of a handful of houses, a few shops and a Forest rest house. This area has a very open meadow which is full of wild flower blossoms that have a very sweet smell in the spring season.
Day-3 :Taluka to Osla
The next destination stands at an altitude of 2560m. The 10-12km walk from Taluka to Osla is a bit exerting, especially because of the sharp cold mornings, bu the scenic beauty makes up for it. The region is colourful all through the year, virtue of the blooming orchid flowers that grow here. Dotted along the fields and lining the trails, it is a beautiful sight to behold. Crossing the Siyan Gad bridge, one arrives at the Dhatmir village. From here, you will need to cross the river Ton and reach the other bank. This phase of the trek does not have any steep climbs, and there is a steady increase in the altitude. One may even encounter some wildlife on this trail like boars and deer.
Day-4 :Osla to Har-ki-doon
The next step of the journey is a 10-15Km walk from Osla to Har-Ki-Doon. Vast spread, beautiful, lush green meadows await you on this trail. The trail ascends quite rapidly and might become a bit steep here. As is common to secluded spots of natural beauty, the peace and calm in the lap of nature is unparalleled. The beauty of wild orchids and other types of flowers is like no other scene in the world. The crisp, fresh air reathes life back into your lungs as you climb up to Har-Ki-Doon, greeted with spectacular scenic views of Swargarohini and Juandhar glaciers. This is truly one of the most amazing scenes in the world, and is worth adding to the picture album. The night can be spent camping out in the lap of nature.
Day-5 : Roundabout trip from Har-Ki-Doon to Jaundhar glacier
2Km away from the base of Swargarohini Mountain is the Jaundhar glacier which lines the base of the mountain itself. 55Km of pure white glistening snow covers the glacier stretch and is a wonderful sight of beauty to marvel at.
It is possible to visit the glacier and then return to the camp at Har-Ki-Doon on the same day.
Day-6-7-8: Return trek to Osla, Taluka and Sankri, finally back to Dehradun
The return trek mostly follows the same trail and the trek finally ends back at Dehradun.
The Har-Ki-Doon valley is truly a remarkable trek that will provide a soul-enriching experience to all who embark upon it. It is best visited in spring-time when the flowers are in bloom and natural beauty is at its peak.
Be sure to carry ample water and energy food with you.
And finally, enjoy the serenity of unexplored wildlife and open fields of the Himalayan foothills.
Madhya Pradesh is called the heart of India; it is situated right in the middle of our beloved country and truly is the centre of all our cultures. This place is a confluence of all that is "INDIAN". The place has exquisite scenery with plateus adorned with sparse savanna-like vegetation. Madhya Pradesh also boasts of a rich wildlife which includes the Ryal Bengal Tiger in many of the national forests and parks. The state is big on spirituality and high on adventure. Visit M.P for the Khajurao temples which show the sensual facet of the Indian culture which is shied away from. History is engraved in the walls of the many forts around M.P, The Gwalior Fort, The Bandhavgarh Fort, Dhar Fort, and the list is long! M.P is a place of astounding landscapes and a heritage which makes us proud to be INDIANS, so why not take a look around and explore the heart of India.
We all know walking is good for us. How many times have we been asked, pushed, threatened, or bribed to go for walks by our elders. And how many times have we ignored it? But walking or taking a bicycle around Madhya Pradesh to discover the 'National Treasures' of India is something that you must do over a long weekend or during your vacations.
FOSSIL NATIONAL PARK
This is a treat for botany enthusiasts as this park spread over a whopping 274,100 square kilometers covering almost 7-8 villages and has the remains of plants from 40-150 million years ago. You can see plant specimens still present in petrified or fossilized forms spread all over the Mandla Fossil National Park in the Mandla District. Imagine walking through trails spotted with Jurassic Age gymnosperms and angiosperms.
Just be careful as not to displace any fossil or take it home as they are a part of your history and a very illustrious past. Also don't litter as there are animals residing in the forests and can be hurt by empty water bottles or packets, etc.
The park is well connected by major roads and the nearest town is Mandla.
KANHA NATIONAL PARK
Fanned out over the Maikal Hills of the Satpura Range, this reserve forest is known for the last of the surviving tiger populations in the world and in India. Usually safaris are conducted inside the national park for tourists so that they can catch a glimpse of the predator-prey co habitation but why not take a trek inside? Ditch the four wheelers and put on some walking shoes and discover the ragged terrain of the Maikal Hills. Take a turn around Shravan Tal, Macha Dongar, Shravan Chita, etc. and watch a beautiful sunset.
There are other animals like wild dogs, which can be seen chasing the spotted deer, the Barasingha, whose dwindling population has been revived here, the langur, and around 300 species of birds. Just keep in mind that as much as the animals are fascinating, one should keep their distance. They will do anything to protect themselves and their young ones if they sense any danger. So plan your excursion carefully and be safe.
Dhuandhar Falls are named so because of the prodigious amount of mist that rises as the water of the holy river Narmada falls from a height of mere 98ft. The water gushes through gorges and evergreen plantations on to "Marble Rocks" thus creating a smoky effect which makes the area a treat for the eyes. Dhuandhar Falls are located at Bhedaghat which is 30km from Jabalpur.
Enjoy a trekking excursion here as the mist rising from the fall sprays your face and enervates your soul. Also walk to the famous "Bandar Kodidni Point", which used to be a narrow leeway for water and over which monkeys used to jump. Now it has widened due to the shifting of rocks over the years due to rains and the heavy flow of the Narmada water.
KUNO PALPUR WILDLIFE SANCTUARY
Located in the Sheopur district of Madhya Pradesh, Kuno Wildlife Sanctuary is situated very close to the state of Rajasthan. It spreads across the Vindhaya Hill Range and is bred by the Kuno River. Take a walk along this river which is the only all year round watering hole of many animals like the spotted deer, sambar, barking deer, nilgai, chinkara, wild dogs, and if you are lucky you might just spot a lone leopard.
Be aware of the reptiles that swarm Kuno. Snakes like the cobra, krait, viper, python, etc. can be found lurking around in the bushes or hanging from trees. You might want to also lookout for the ferocious monitor lizard. There are fresh water crocodiles which can be spotted sun bathing along the Kuno River and an array of migratory and local avifauna to be spotted.
ORCHHA WILDLIFE SANCTUARY
Situated in the area through which the Betwa River flows, Orchha Wildlife Sanctuary was established in 1994. Though comparatively smaller, spreading across only 46 square kilometers, it compensates in the fauna department. The exquisite wildlife includes the spotted deer, blue bull, wild pig, monkeys, jackals, nilgai, sloth bear,etc. Also this forest plays host to around 200 species of exotic as well as indigenous avifauna like peafowls, peacocks, Jungle Bush Quail, kingfisher, swans, black swan, stork, owls, etc. Orchha is also known for the adventure activities which can be enjoyed around here. Trekking is one of them. The resorts around Betwa provide you with provisions for boating, fishing, camping, etc.
Trekking has been practiced in many parts of the world, including India, since ancient times. When man was devoid of any means of transport, he depended on his own two feet to carry him across vast mountainous terrains. Interestingly, today with the abundance of modes of transport, trekking is enjoyed as an adventure activity. In India, trekking in Himalayas is particularly famous, given the fact that this majestic range of mountains has countless challenging tacks for men to explore.
There are countless tour operators that organize different types of trekking trips in India. These trips can cover the most basic and easy tracks meant for novice trekkers and children. They can also include some of the most challenging tracks which have not been traversed so frequently, for people who love adventure and thrill. The duration of trekking in Himalaya can also vary depending largely upon the type of track and the difficulty of the terrain to be covered. Most often, the trekking tours covering the upper reaches of the Himalayas, last anywhere between a few days to a few weeks. On the other hand, trekking holidays in India covering the lower reaches of Himalayas are no longer than a day tour or a couple of days long.
Irrespective of the type of tour that people book for, most tour operators ensure that the participants are well aware of the various aspects of this adventure sport. For this they generally organize an orientation program at the start of every tour of trekking in India. Attending this program is compulsory for every participant as it makes them aware of not only the risks associated with the sport but also the basic guidelines for keeping themselves safe and ensuring a fun filled trip. In addition, the program also guides the participants about the various methods of dealing with diverse emergency situations in a successful manner. In order to enjoy the trekking activity, it is advisable for participants to follow these guidelines strictly.
As per to a research conducted by a top youth website a couple of months back, it was found that most of the youth of today chose Bangalore as the most happening place in the country. The competition has always been between Mumbai and Bangalore but the margin for Bangalore has significantly increased. Bangalore is definitely a lovely city. Be it career wise, business wise or educational sector wise, the city has it all. Moreover, the weather is also soothing unlike other metro cities.
Bangalore is also a popular tourist destination. Keeping Bangalore as a hub you can travel to many holiday spots in and around Karnataka. Mysore, Hubli, Shravanabelagola, Coorg, Dandeli are few amazing locales to spend your weekends at.
Bangalore is not only a famous holidaying destination and a city of levity but it is an emerging adventure sports destination as well. Bungee Jumping, Trekking and River Rafting are few adventure sports you can trace here.
Trekking in India has a huge scope. It is been encouraged a lot by many people. It has added a fun element to a mundane task like walking. What’s more, trekking can be done by all ages; there is no outlandish rules and regulations. And more over India’s trekking destination are one of the best in the world. The Kashmir valley and the whole of unexplored Himalayan Ranges are perfect picturesque for this expedition.
The good news is Bangalore has quite a few trekking options. Coorg, Kunti Betta, Ramanagaram, Turahalli, Sharavathi, Anthargange Cave, Avani Betta are some to name. Most of the trekking near Bangalore are conducted every day so you get plenty of opportunities. In addition the treks here are not strenuous and of low intensity and goes easy on week knees adventurers. Also, you will not fall sick with AMS (Acute Mountain Sickness).
Kerela has always been a favourite tourist destination, and continued interest has resulted in development of various activities for tourists to enjoy. There is something here for everyone, be it fast paced action that provides excitement to those who love the rush of adrenaline, or the delight of exploring places.
Whether you like wind rushing through your hair or water splashing all around you, Kerela is your one-stop destination for excitement and adventure!
So let’s get right down to it and explore what this wonderful state has to offer.
Trekking and Camping
Do you enjoy lying down on the grass, admiring the starlit sky as a gentle breeze blows around you? (Let’s face it, which doesn’t?) Camping and trekking spots in Kerela are diverse in what they have to offer, trips to spice plantations, tropical rainforests, river banks, and even open grasslands, there is no end to the variety one sees here. Here are some top destinations you should keep in mind!
At 1868m, this is the second highest peak in south India. It offers treks through steep climbs, waterfalls and open grasslands. It is only 70km away from Thiruvananthapuram, and is one of the prime destinations for trekking.
Munnar is probably best known for its huge tea estates, and eucalyptus plantation. The trek through lush grasslands to the butterfly forest, and then to Meesapulimala.
Push yourself to the limit, and take it to the next level! Kerela’s mountains, hills, and cliffs provide prime locations for the best experiences of rock climbing.
500m above the sea level, Thenmala is just 72 Km away from Thiruvananthapuram.
We recommend the Adventure Zone here, for a well-rounded experience of rock-climbing and rappelling.
Due to increased tourist activity, Eruthavoor is developing into the new adventure hotspot. It boasts of a craggy rock 160ft. High. It’s proximity to the main city Tiruvananthapuram is also one of the reasons why it is famous.
Now here’s something for people who are animal-lovers and nature enthusiasts. Owing to the tropical rainforests, Kerela is home to a wide array of plants and animals. Its tropical forests boast of rich biodiversity. With over 16 wildlife parks and five sanctuaries along the westernghats in Kerela, one is spoilt for choice when it comes to the perfect wildlife safari destination. Some of the best areas for a safari include:-
Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary
Tigers, deers, wild boars, and a plethora of other animals can be sighted at this sanctuary. Officially a project elephant site, this sanctuary boasts of semi-evergreen forests that are home to a wide range of animals.
Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary, Idukki
Over 775 square kilometres in area, this sanctuary is an official tiger reserve! It even has an artificial lake those acta as a watering hole for animals, so it’s very likely that you will sight some majestic beasts here.
If you ever tire of watching animals and birds from a distance, it’s always possible to get up close and personal with the feathery little creatures that fly in the sky. With the wind in your hair and the world at your feet, the exhilarating feeling in your stomach when you jump off for paragliding is something that you just HAVE to experience!
At nearly 6000ft above sea level, you can get a bird’s eye view of Kerela. Paragliding season is at its best from September to January, and March to May.
Kolahalamedu hill proves to be the perfect platform for taking off on a paragliding adventure. Just 4 km from Vagamon, the hill is over 3000ft. High. A 10km ride offers a safe landing point as well.
The Varkala beach is just 50 km away from Thiruvananthapuram, and is an excellent spot for paragliding. It offers a magnificent view of the Kerela beach and the ocean beyond that!
Oh, you didn’t think we were going to skip over this one did you? No way! With numerous rivers, large stretches of river backwaters and so many beaches, Kerela is a wonderland for watersport enthusiasts. Surfing, rafting, canoeing, you name it!
Surfing at Kovalam, Thiruvanthapuram
Ever since it’s become a popular tourist destination, Kovalam has been teeming with surfing institutes and instructors. It is very easy to get hold of a surfboard and even easier to get hold of an instructor! So, for those of you who’ve always wanted to surf like they do in the movies, but never had the opportunity, do try it out the next time you plan a trip to Kerela. Even better, plan a trip to Kerela for the numerous adventure sport activities that it has! The beach observes fine waves of 0.5 to 2m height regularly.
Kayaking at Alappuzha
People from Kerela have earned laurels at various levels for Kayaking. The most famous spot for kayaking is in the backwaters of Alappuzha. It is definitely THE location for you to enjoy the sport.
Rafting at Boothathankettu, Ernakulam
About 50km from Ernakulm, Boothathankettu is home to the perfect white water rapids, and proves to be a memorable rafting experience. Navigating through the steep waterfalls and quick currents, you will definitely enjoy this experience, and the pictures will brighten up your photo album.
Kerela is a hot tourist destination for adventure sports. The next time you plan a vacation, do consider the variety of sports offered in this state. After all, a visit to Kerela is one thing on your bucket list that you definitely want to complete.
Walking is a very good form of exercise. Every person is supposed to walk 1000 steps a day technically to stay fit and healthy. Walking activates all your vital organs and helps them function efficiently. But, as we all know, who wants to listen to all these? All we need is comfort and fun. But walking can also be fun if done in the right way. What if we put in an element of adventure in walking? Wouldn’t it be more enjoyable? That’s the reason why trekking is one of the most well-known adventure sporst in India, or rather in the world.
Every nutritionist, dietician and doctor is suggesting trekking in India. The sport is not only fun yet invigorating but also has an element of health benefits. Anyone can trek, there is no age limit. All you need is to be an active walker and acclimatize your body if choosing a higher altitude as your trail. Himalayan Ranges are the most popular trekking in India routes. The great lakes of Kashmir trek, Stok Kangri Trek, Leh – Ladhak Trek, Zanskar valley trek, Mount Abu trek, Lonavla trek and Gurgaon in North and Mudumalai, Gavi Wild life trek, Perambikulam, Munnar , Ramnagaram, Mysore and Coorg trek in the southern region are few to name.
People who do not prefer to go at a higher altitude due to health issues and other significant reasons can start with the easy yet equally exhilarating trekking near Bangalore, Karnataka. Bangalore is notable for its pleasant climate throughout the year which gives an added advantage to the trekkers. Also, the destinations can be usually covered in a day or two that would suit the busy working people. Trekking near Bangalore routes include Devarayana Durga, Savanadurga, Kunti Betta, Handi Kunti, Ramanagarm, Kalar District, Dabaspet.
Mount Kanchenjunga is the third highest mountain in the world. It is located on the border of Nepal and the Indian state of Sikkim.
Kanchenjunga translates to "Five Treasures of Snow" and is named after the five peaks that constitute the Kanchenjunga Himal section of the Himalayas.
The trek to Kanchenjunga base camp is a long journey and depending upon the route taken, it can vary from 10 to 20 days. For adventurous souls, it is suggested that one should take a detour to Chaurikhang and Rathong glacier along the way.
The trek starts with Yuksom, a city of Sikkim which is of cultural and religious significance.Yuksom translates to "the place where three monks meet". Though the city is small and not very populous, it sees a constant influx of pilgrims and tourists who visit the monasteries and trek to Kanchenjunga base. The Dubdi monastery near Yuksom is believed to be the oldest Buddhist monastery in Sikkim. It is said to have been established in 1701 and is located 3km away from Yuksom. It is also close to the place where the three lamas crowned the king of Sikkim in 1641.
When in Yuksom, you might want to try the local alcoholic drink Tongba - fermented millet juice served in a bamboo container (it even comes with a fancy bamboo straw!).
The trail from Yuksom leads to Bakkhim through dense forest cover harboring a diverse array of birds and other small animals. The lush green aesthetic of the diverse flora and rhododendron forests is a wonderful sight to behold. The area is rich in biodiversity and is paradise for nature-lovers. The trail passes along the Prek Chu River, overlooking green meadows irrigated by the river, and rich vegetation growing on the banks. The route may even navigate through a waterfall.
The trail further leads to Tsokha, a rustic colony of Tibetan refugees with quaint cafes and shacks, and continues up to Dzongri through the serene meadows of Phedang.
From there, one has a bird’s eye view of the Kanchenjunga massif, right from the peaks of Siniolchu, Kabru, and Pandim, to Talung and Narsing. The trek finally culminates at Bikhbari, the Kanchenjunga base camp, from where one can see Frey's peak, Koktang, Kabur and Rathong. Advanced courses in mountaineering offered by the Himalayan Mountaineering Instute are also conducted here.
This base camp trek is a must for all trekking enthusiasts. It is an experience that will surely make for some wonderful pictures and long-lasting memories.
Jade, Emerald. Olive, Harlequin, GREEN. These are colours that you can expect to see on am artificial colour palette. But step out during monsoons, when the rain has washed everything and given new life to the surroundings, and you will see all these colours and more bursting forth from every corner. The chlorophyll emanating from the fresh greenery is good for your skin and health in general which makes trekking a very good choice for an outing.
As the clouds roll in, pregnant with life giving precipitation, the plant life seems to come alive to the music of the thunder. Imagine yourself among lush green leaves singing along with the monsoon. Take a walk during this time to soak in the nature's enchanting beauty as well as get fit. So put on some comfortable footwear and take a trek in these locations within Maharashtra.
The name literally means a "a fortress of iron". These ramparts have seen a long and tumultuous history revolving around taking over of these iron walls. From the Mughals to the Marathas, a lot of dynasties have taken over this fort. Built in the Western Ghats the place is green all year round but the monsoons give it a fragrant touch of its own. As you explore the fortifications, the hidden gateways, and the hugeness of the structure don't forget to miss the tiny but interesting bugs and various types of birds.
The pathways are laden with moss and the four humongous gates still stand after all the tests of time. Check out the "Vinchukata" fortification which, as the name suggests, is shaped like a scorpion's tail.
Lohagad is near Lonavala and can be reached by train or road via the old Mumbai- Pune highway.
The Raigad Fort was the seat of the Maratha Empire when Shivaji was crowned the emporer in 1674. It saw a glorious rule by the Maratha ruler from atop the Sahyadri Range in the Western Ghats. Built at an altitude of 820 metres above the sea level, the fortress has around 1500 steps which lead to the main palace. The base of the fort is a village called Pachad which is accessible by road. You can either choose to climb up the steps or take the aerial ropeway straight to the "Mena Darwaza" which used to be a special entrance for the queens.
Enjoy the sights from the fort towers as the monsoon clouds roll around you, white as snow but laden with water. You can even stay overnight at the cottages atop the hills for a refreshing rest stop before you descend from the heaven like palace.
Mahuli Fort is surrounded by a protected sanctuary and a lush green forest. The fort is built at a height of 2,820 ft and after a trek up to the great palace of the Mughals you can descend and rejuvenate yourself in the Mahuli Fall. If you are in a mood for a camping excursion you should check out the caves at the top which are great for an overnight shelter and bonfires.
The highest place in the Thane district, Mahuli is near Asangaon, which is also the nearest train station. You can walk to the fort, which is a mere 8 km trek.
This place is off the Mumbai-Nasik highway and is a rendezvous of beauty, adventure, waterfalls, etc. For the more enthusiastic trekkers the Mount Kalsubai awaits with the challenge of being the highest peak in Maharashtra (5,400ft). The starting point of this trek is the Bari village which is around 12 km from Bhandardara.
THE UMBRELLA FALLS
During the monsoons the Umbrella Falls are bursting with water and one must go there to relax in between the rigorous trek. Also the Wilson Dam built in 1910 to check the flow of the Parvara river is another to go to spot in your trek.
Located at the top of a triangular ( tikona) hill, this fortress is another one of the Great Shivaji's conquests and is nearby Kamshet. This is a famous trekking destination as one can visit the Trimbakeshwar Mahadev and gaze at the Pawna Dam during twilight and just immerse one's visual senses in the greenery of the place.
Tikona fort is also called the Vitandgad fort and the summit provides a view of the Western Ghats and is noted as quite a lovely spot for a weekend picnic in the Bhedse caves. You can reach Lonavala by train or bus and then hit the road to Kamshet which is the closest to the Tikona fort.
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