Dharamsala himachal

My Solo Road Trip From New Delhi To Dharamsala

Sunday, June 19, 2016Atishay Jain

I still can't forget the amazing road trip i had last year in September. Where, I covered 500 km same day from Delhi to Dharamsala while returning back to home. I wanted to write this travel story since long but finally got a moment to have this live.

So, I started at 6 AM from Delhi with a halt in Chandigarh where i met with my ex-colleague, my best friend and my mentor - Jasmeet Singh.

Atishay Jain with Jasmeet
Me & Jasmeet Paaji @ Chandigarh
I started from Chandigarh at around 12 PM and taken Roop Nagar -- Anandpur Sahib -- Nangal -- Una -- Amb -- Kaloha -- Bajnath -- Chatra -- Dehra -- Kangra -- Dharamsala (Route)

Some of the pics, i have taken on the same route.

Classic 350 Black
My Bullet - My Classic 350 Black on the way to Dharamsala
Just 50 km before reaching to Dharamsala, at about 4PM, I got heavy rainfall due to which i had to wait 1 hour at a tea shop. Here is the moment-
Raining on the way

Then i got late, & it started getting dark, So i decided to stay somewhere in a village named as Dehra (50 km before Dharmasala), Luckily i got a good hotel (River view resort) to stay, as there was no home stay or lodge in this village.
Hotel, where i stayed overnight in Dehra

hotel River view in Dehra

strangers but friends on my journey
I have met these 2 amazing persons on the way and who becomes a special part of my solo journey, These 2 sardar were going to Jwalamukhi yatra and were so happy when i took this pic. I am about to send the print of this pic to them as i have their address saved.

The Beas River, Dehra
Crossing The Beas River, Dehra on Jwalamukhi Kangra Road ( Taken from Hotel Roof)

Then, next day in the morning i left for Dharamsala, where i got to see Kangra fort on the way, which was very historical and is the oldest fort in Himalayas built by Akbar. There was also a small jain Adinath bhagwan Temple inside the fort which is popular in Jainism.

Jain Temple, Kangra Fort

Atishay @ Kangra Fort, Kangra
Kangra Fort, Kangra
Now, After visiting Kangra Fort, I en-routed to Dhramsala directly without consuming any more time. I finally entered into Dhramsala, weather was clear and it was really nice to reach to a destination which was my first Solo Road journey. Here are some pictures, I have taken in Dharamsala.
Royal Enflied Classic 350 on hills
Highest Point in Dharamsala

Dharamsala Cricket Stadium
Dharamsala Cricket Stadium

Royal Enflied Classic 350 in Dharamsala
Dal Lake Point in Dharamsala


bullet
on the way

my love my ride

on the edge

Me with my love my partner for this amazing time

I took a small hotel in the main market and took a long rest as next day, i was all set for Triund Trek. The next story, I will cover in my next post.

I can't express, how beautiful the journey was with my love my partner - My Royal Enfield Classic 350.

The road trip was really nice and the entire journey was so smooth that I didn't know how i have covered 1000+ KMs with no issues, It was all due to the CEAT Tyre, my bike has :) In my return journey, i started at 8-9 am from Dharamsala and i reached Delhi at 9 P.M with 3 breaks in total. No lunch, I have had dinner before entering in to Delhi and i drove about 500 km in same day. It was my maximum record to ride my bike for such a long distance at a time. Thank you my friends and family for blessing me.

I’m chronicling my road trip adventure for CEAT Tyres in association with BlogAdda, Thanks & Regards, Atishay Jain :)

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Little About Story Teller :)

Hi I'm Atishay- I'm passionate at Travel, Photography & writing stories. This is my personal blog just to share all the things that I love to do, all the stories those I have been writing & the journeys I have been doing so far. I always get inspired by people I meet and try to motivate people about life & the awesomeness of it.

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