The Geological Survey of India hosted a 3-day meeting in April of 2005 to commemorate the centenary anniversary of the 1905 Kangra earthquake. The trip included a 1-day excursion to the epicentral region, including Kangra Fort and the Dharamshala region (now home of the Dalai Lama and a Tibetan community in exile.) The efforts and hospitality of the meeting hosts are very gratefully acknowledged!
Kangra Fort with friends, J.R. Kayal (right) and O.P Mishra (left)
Akbar's Tomb with friends, Dave Robinson (left) and Peter Suholocz(right)
The rock garden of Nek Chand, Chandrigarh
More from the rock garden
Tombstone at Dharamshala: earthquake victim
Prayer wheels at Bhuddhist Temple, Dharamshala
Surviving wall of Laximarayan Temple, Kangra Fort: the other three walls were destroyed in the earthquake
Langor at Dharamashala cemetary: beautiful animals!
Taj Mahal: had to go see it
Fatehpur Sikri: one of the locals
Monkey!: one of a great many in the Himalayan foothills