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Maninder Kohli in a candid conversation with Rishi Sood narrates about his Tarsar Lake (part of the KGL trek) experience in Kashmir post Unlock 4.0. Arpita Roy, well-known for her documentary “Journey of a Mountaineer” premiered in the IMF writes a ground report on the lives of ASHA workers during the COVID19 pandemic from Bhastara, a remote village in Bengal. Amit Sharma, VP of Abercrombie & Kent discussed some common questions on the feasibility of travelling and operations of the tourism industry once COVID19 settles down. Opining on the recently inaugurated Atal Tunnel, Ritesh sood- Director of Himalayan Saga and owner of boutique hotel ShivAdya states the tunnel’s and Rohtang Pass’ potential as parallel tourist products while Vivek Bhardwaj states some interesting trivia about the tunnel. While our resident travel writers - Imtiaz Ullah chronicles the rest houses of Himachal that are perfect for “Digital Nomads”, Suraj Dutta presents our readers this time with a refreshing photolog on Matheran – one of the most popular hill-stations of Maharashtra. Less known destinations like Masroor rock cut temples - the Elloras of Himachal is discussed by Neha Raje & Swapnil S Bhole while the specialty of the Kangra Tea Region and how it can enthrall tourists is discoursed by Mayur Sud, Director, Great Himalayan Adventure Studio Pvt. Ltd.and Himalayan Adrenaline. In a one of its kind article, Rutuja Sunil Ulhe pens down the architectural beauty of Goan courtyard houses while taking the example of “The Panjim Pousada” in Fontainhas. Ankit Sood shall also introduce a nascent concept termed as “Work From Mountains” for city-dwellers who are fuelled with a yearning to combine work from home and the beautiful mountain side scenery.

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