In a bid to bring more sunlight into the valley below the Himalayan peaks, an initiative called ‘The Mountain Range Sunset’ is taking off.
The ‘Sunrise In The Himalayes’ initiative aims to bring light into the mountains and offer a glimpse into the Himalaya sunset, using solar-powered cameras and drones.
“We have been working with our local community to help people to understand the mountains.
For example, the sunset at the base of the Kachibei peak is the peak of a mountain, and when you reach that peak, you can see the sunrise,” said Manish Gupta, who founded the project, which was launched in November last year.”
There are several places in the region where the sky is dark and there is no sun, so we are trying to find ways to bring some light into that darkness,” Gupta added.”
If you go to one of these places, it is the only place where the sun is shining and you can look up.
If you look up, you are in the sun.
You can get a glimpse of the sky.
This is an opportunity to experience nature.”
Gupta and his team have already been shooting a series of videos that have been shared online and in a local magazine, the Himalai Times.
The videos are currently being uploaded to YouTube.
As the project’s popularity grows, Gupta and his colleagues are also working on other projects, including a solar-trucker project that aims to transport people to remote villages in the remote areas of the Himalays mountains.
“This is the second time that we have started this project.
It is an extension of our previous project, ‘The Himalayans Sunset’,” Gupta said.”
For this project, we are looking for a community who are willing to help us in the local community.
This project will be a challenge for them and will be exciting for them.”
Gujarat, the second state in India after Himachal Pradesh, is a part of the Jammu and Kashmir region.
It has a population of around 13 million people, of whom roughly three million live in the state capital, Barisal.