HIMALAYAS AND ITS WONDER

Himalayas are one of the wonderful place in our earth. We can travel to Himalayas. Most of the travelers are very interested to travel to mountains. Even in vacation time most of the travelers are wish to go to the Himalayas. Himalayas are one of the best tourist place. We can feel the breeze air, chill climates and the love of nature.

Himalayas, great mountains system of Asia forming a barrier between the Plateau of Tibet to the north and the alluvial plains of the India subcontinent to the south. The Himalayas include the highest mountains in the world, with more than 110 peaks rising to elevations of 24,000 feet or more above sea level. One of those peaks is Mount Everest, the world’s highest, with an elevation of 29,032 feet. The mountains high peaks rise into the zone of perpetual snow.

The Himalayas is a majestic mountain range in every way. One of the youngest mountain ranges, they are home to many of the world’s tallest mountains, including Mount Everest. At 29,035 feet ( 8,850 meters ). Everest is the highest mountain on Earth-and also one of the most mystical. The beauty of the Himalayas is in their unique rustic, calm, tranquility; an unperturbed natural aura-it’s no wonder then, that tests show this mountain range is geographically alive, growing a quarter of an inch every year!.

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The most characteristic features of the Himalayas are their soaring heights, steep-sided jagged peaks, valley and alpine glaciers often of stupendous size, topography deeply cut by erosion, seemingly unfathomable river gorges, complex geologic structure, and series of elevational belts ( or zones ) that display different.

USES OF HIMALAYAS

  1. Climate influence: The Himalayas play a very significant role in influencing the climate of India.
  2. Defense
  3. Source of Rivers
  4. Fertile soil
  5. Hydroelectricity
  6. Forest Wealth
  7. Agriculture
  8. Tourism
  9. Pilgrimage
  10. Minerals

Sherpas are people who live in the northeastern part of Nepal, in the valleys of the Himalayas Mountains. There are about 40,000 Sherpas , many of which live near Mount Everest, the world’s highest mountain. At first the world did not know very much about the Sherpas. They lives alone in their villages, traded goods and grew corn and potatoes. When the British started mountain climbing expeditions in the 20th century they used Sherpas as guides. With the help of yaks Sherpas helped mountains bring their heavy loads into great heights.

The Himalayas consist of three parallel ranges, the greater Himalayas known as the Himadri , the lesser Himalayas called the Himachal and the Shivalik hills, which comprise the foothills.

  • Studying vulnerable and endangered species.
  • Working with local communities to help them live in harmony with wildlife.
  • Promoting green infrastructure development.
  • Creating an effective poaching control network.

The Eastern Himalayas faces a number of serious issues that threaten the environment, biodiversity and human livelihoods of the region. The most significant of which are climate change, habitat loss, species loss and infrastructure ( development ).

” CLIMB THE MOUNTAINS AND GET THEIR GOOD TIDINGS. NATURE’S PEACE WILL FLOW INTO YOU AS SUNSHINE FLOWS INTO TREES ”