21St day trek from Lipu Leh pass to Kalapani
By the benign grace of the Shivasakthi, we were selcted for their darshan and had a very good darshan and did the parikrama and bathed in Holy Manasarovar and returned back to India without any problem.
During the onward journey as we traveled from Nabidang to Lipu leh in the night we could not fully see the surrounding while ascending, but now we could clearly see the environment and greatly enjoyed the snow covered peaks and the Lipu Nala which later becomes the mighty Kali River was flowing gently and there was a single trek lane near to that. After a brief halt we started our descent. As a thanks giving gesture Mr Dhanuskodi decided that he will not use the pony for the descent and accordingly he walked the whole way on the return journey , but he paid the contracted amount to the ponykeeper Thus our batch had many sterling devotees and really the author was happy to have did the yatra with them . We collected the incense herbs and easily reached Nabidang by lunch time.
The 21st day was the day of thanks giving to Shiva-Sakthi.
22nd day trek from Kalapani to Gunji
We started leisurely from Kalapani again witnessed Vyasa’s cave, trekked leisurely as this was a descent and the trek was much easier than the ascent enjoyed the AdiSeshan(Nag) and Nagini peaks and ate the berries of rose wood and enjoyed the picturesque scene on the Nepal side, clicked photos with ITBP personnel and reached Gunji comfortably by lunch time , ITBP hosted us a grand lunch here and we all got back our medical reports and thanked those doctors for their concern. In the night again we had a nice bhajan at the Gunji temple along with ITBP personnel and thanked the King and Queen of the Universe for having selected us for setting foot in their holy land and also blessing us with a good darshan. Remaining half of the collection was deposited in the hundi of this temple. We also gifted some items like Chinese shawls to ITBP personnel.