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Professional Journeys’ Narrative – 4

Professional Journeys’ Narrative – 4

Venomous snakes are of varied sizes in the area, but I have not seen any snake of dia. more than 1.75 inch or 4.3 cm. Desert where human beings spend more energy in walking, there is no problem for the snakes running fast here and there. There is another type of snakes in the area […]

January 28, 2010 | 0 Comments More
Professional Journeys’ Narrative – 2

Professional Journeys’ Narrative – 2

Every huts’ settlement or village has its own well of bitter water for the survival of camels, goats, sheep etc. These animals have physically adjusted themselves to this kind of water. In summer this water is very cold and the animals drink it greedily. Such wells are 150 to 200 feet deep. Long rope and […]

November 17, 2009 | 0 Comments More
Professional Journeys’ Narrative – 1

Professional Journeys’ Narrative – 1

During November 1960, we reached Khokhra Par on Pak-India Border. We had to start our journey by Camels, for 80 miles distance towards North. It was seven days journey in all. On an evening we were informed that Camels had been managed and that we had to start our journey the very next day. Following […]

November 7, 2009 | 0 Comments More