Sudarshan, 6507 m, Uttarakhand India

Sudarshan Parvat is a fascinating peak to sight as one embarks upon the Gaumukh trek

River Bhagirathi, Gangotri, Uttarakhand, India

Ferocious bhagirathi gushing down the Himalayas (near Gangotri temple)

Himalayas Panorama, Gangotri-Gaumukh, Uttarakhand, India

Himalayas on way to Chirbasa, Gangotri-Gaumukh

Bhagirathi I, II & III, Uttarakhand, India

Bhagirathi Valley, Chirbasa, Gangotri-Gaumukh

Bhagirathi I & II, Uttarakhand India

Close up view of Bhagirathi I & II, Chirbasa, Gangotri-Gaumukh

Shivling, 6543 m, Uttarakhand, India

First view of Shivling from Bhojwasa, Gangotri-Gaumukh

Bhagirathi Peaks, Uttarakhand, India

Close up view of Bhagirathi peaks (I & II clearly visible; III covered by clouds)

Himalayas, Bhojwasa, Uttarakhand, India

Stunning landscape on the left side of Bhojwasa

Bhagirathi II, 6512 m, Uttarkhand, India

Close up view of Bhagirthi II Peak from Bhojwasa

Shivling, 6543 m, Uttarkhand, India

Shivling as seen from Gaumukh, 4000 m

Shivling, 6543 m, Uttarkhand, India

Close up view of Shivling peak as seen from Gaumukh, 4000 m

Himalayas, Uttarkhand, India

Snowy peaks as seen from Bhojwasa, Gangotri-Gaumukh

“I am happy to know that EIH supports Conservation of Himalayas and its ecology and at the time showcases the beauty of this region to bring about a consensus amongst all stakeholders viz. people of the region & the world, scientists who are involved in various researches to find most innovative and cutting edge methods of conservation, authorities who are responsible for policy formulation & organisations who propagate this message. EIH Calendar 2016 beautifully describes this theme and I hope this calendar will be supported by people & organizations across the globe.”

– Er. Kireet Kumar, Scientist G, GB Pant Institute of Himalayan Environment & Development, Almora, India

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EIH calendars showcase the beauty of the Indian Himalayas whose landscape is comparable to none in the world and at the same time propagates the message of conservation.

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About Us

Exploring Indian Himalayas (EIH) is a philanthropic initiative to showcase the magnificence of Indian Himalayas and the states of Indian Union that are home to the world’s largest mountain ranges. EIH supports conservation of Himalayas & its ecology and also believes in “clean” economic development of the Himalayan states.

EIH Calendar 2016 is dedicated to Gangotri group of Himalayas: Gangotri glacier & Himalayan peaks of the region. Gangotri glacier is ‘rapidly disintegrating’. EIH Calendar 2016 beautifully describes this theme and we hope that this calendar will encourage by people & organizations across the globe to find most innovative and cutting edge methods of conservation.


Interesting facts about Himalayas

Youngest Mountain Range 78%
Covers 0.4% of the space of earth 73%
Moves approximately 20mm every year 92%
Abode of Snow that Never Melts 88%
15,000+ glaciers in the Everest 78%