What began as an urge for documentation while he was still a young boy at Dehra Dun
turned into a passionate gaze through the lens of the camera, dwelling on the magic of light and shade and of textures.
At that moment, I just walked away, got out of the gates on to the kerb, hailed an autorickshaw, landed at Chandni Chowk, packed my suitcase and boarded the coach going to Dehra Dun
At a hermitage near Dehra Dun
in northern Uttarakhand state, Fr.
Balbir Singh Sahitya Kendra, Dehra Dun
The tree was older than the house, older than Grandfather, as old as the city of Dehra Dun
Daily trains run to Dehra Dun
, in the foothills of the Himalayas, and from there it's a quick, if hair-raising, taxi ride to Mussoorie, where the British Raj summered in an effort to get away from the heat and disease of the plains.
Frightened people refused to stay in their homes for fear of another big tremor, said Mr BM Vohra, the commissioner of the Dehra Dun
8 was in a remote area of the Kumaon hills in the state of Uttar Pradesh, about 75 miles east of Dehra Dun
and 185 miles from New Delhi.
Azmi of the Wadia Institute of Himalayan Geology in Dehra Dun
, India, has found shelly fossils of animals in limestone above the sandstone containing the worm impressions.
Brown Cambridge School in Dehra Dun
and with honors from Wheelers L.
A special addition to the show is a selection of rare watercolours by the late John Martyn who was headmaster at the renowned Doon School in Dehra Dun
from 1948 until 1966.
The World War II Central Internment Camp at Premnagar near Dehra Dun
is more famously known for the escape of Heinrich Harrer and his memoir Seven Years in Tibet--and the film that followed decades later, starring Brad Pitt.