Hiking Up – Conquering the Lohagad Fort July 18, 2015Maharashtradestinations, Fort, hiking, landscape, Lohagad, lonavala, Malavli, monkey, monsoon, mountain, Pavna Lake, places, rocks, trekking, Visapurpathbreakingwriter Click here to read full post. http://www.travelindiadestinations.com/hiking-up-conquering-the-lohagad-fort/ A Section of Lohagad Fort Rate this:Share this:TwitterFacebookLinkedInPinterestRedditTumblrLike this:Like Loading... Related
Thank you for taking us (and your camera) along on this hike. The pictures are beautiful and the description leaves me feeling like I was by your side. Such a beautiful area.
Glad that you felt that way. Mission accomplished.
Simply magnificent Sharukh. This is my very favorite posting of yours to date. I was with you in spirit I know., with the little dragonfly.😉 You all look so beautiful yhere at the summit and what rich cultural history yo be able to share. Of course no battles or wars are full of happiness but still to stand where ancestors stood always brings me a sense of oneness with everything. The landscape is so incredibel. Sarah and you have beautiful, happy smiles there. And now I am lonely for the mountains. Sigh.
Thank you so much for this post. I loved it all!
I’m glad that you felt the place in spirit. I wanted to share the history as well, although the fort was constantly changing hands.
You did a marvelous job. Just enough information really. Love the monkeys! I miss my squirrel monkey friends. Oh but in one of the photos of a wall, what is the writing inscribed on it?
You mean a picture which says Scriptures Carved on a stone?
Sharukh, always an amazing adventure to read your hiking posts. I’m with you every step of the way! Thanks you! Christine
Christine, I’m glad that you enjoyed it reading as much as I enjoyed it writing it down. Overall there are 400 images, these are handpicked ones.
Sounds as if a photo gallery is in order. Maybe a mosaic tile where they are all connected. I love to look at galleries like that. Christine
Will try and work on it.
Great! I’ve done mosaic tile photo galleries for many of my posts. The Welcome Page has lots of sunsets & sunrises from world-wide blogger friends. I just keep adding new ones to the mosaic tile gallery. Check it out for an example.
I clicked over from C. E. Robinson’s blog and had a look around. Too much to see in one look, but I viewed this entire post, and thought it was wonderful, especially since everything is quite unfamiliar to me there. When I have more time, I will browse through some more things. Great job!
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