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Nine ways to rejuvenate your body, mind and soul in the Himalayas

  1. Nature walks
  2. Colonial heritage walks
  3. Mountain biking heritage tour of Shimla
  4. Team building activities for conferences and groups
  5. Single day trekking options around Shimla
  6. Countryside hikes around Shimla
  7. River rafting on Satluej River
  8. Special Picnic Setups
  9. Moonlight rides

Nature walks
With numerous walking options, one could re-discover the Himalayan beauty on several secluded trails. An accompanying naturalist reveals the secrets of Himalayan flora & fauna along with a detailed mintroduction of Himalayas & its people.

Colonial heritage walks
Acknowledged as ‘Queen of Hills’, Shimla was discovered in early 1800 by East India Company and later became the summer capital of British India. The town is embraced with some fine examples of architectural styles from all around the world and these buildings still peeps into the bygone glory of that era. A trained historian unveils the piles of historic events associated with each building.

Mountain biking heritage tour of Shimla
Test your riding skills around the town with mountain biking colonial heritage tour of Shimla. A biking expert guides you through the winding streets of the town with brief introduction of the colonial buildings.

Team building activities for conferences and group
Adventure activities for conferences and groups are being organized by a team of adventure professionals. Navigational treks, Elements race, Trust walks and many more themes to sharpen your team building skills.

Day treks options around Shimla
Trek up to the highest peak in the vicinity of Shimla or, meander down under the shade of thick coniferous cover to imbibe the pristine splendor of Himalayas. A wide range of carefully designed trails takes you through this fairy-tale Himalayan experience.

Countryside hikes around Shimla
To experience the cultural wealth and the lifestyle of Himalayan countryside, walk through the villages, an English speaking mountain expert, unveils the beauty of these magical mountains with colorful people.

White water rafting on Sutlej River
Ride the rapids to experience the thrill of an encounter with the powerful forces of wind and water. Originating from the Mansarovar Lake in the Western highlands of Tibet, slicing several Himalayan ranges, carves down some of the deepest gorges in the world. Discover the secret of the River as you follow the course.

Special picnic setups
Enjoy a date with nature, at its best. Discover the secrets of some pristine and hand picked picnic locations. Enjoy the Raj theme at the colonial bungalows with a special setup for picnics.

Moonlight rides
Ride under a night full of stars. Experience mountain biking through a beautiful countryside, where an expert takes you through the winding trails. Enjoy a cocktail dinner at our exclusive campsite with bonfire.

“Data sources” on page 286, discusses how Adobe Dreamweaver CS3 inserts dynamic data into
a user’s document by adding a server expression at the appropriate location. When a visitor
requests the document from the web server, that server expression is converted to a value from
a database, the contents of a request variable, or some other dynamic value. The Dreamweaver
server formats let you format how this dynamic value is presented to the visitor.
This topic discusses the API that formats the dynamic data that is returned by the functions
described in “Data sources” on page 286. The functions that are described in both topics work
together to format dynamic data. If the user selects a format for the dynamic data, Dreamweaver
calls the data source function generateDynamicDataRef()to get the string to insert into the
user’s document (see “generateDynamicDataRef()” on page 298). Before inserting the string into
the user’s document, Dreamweaver passes that string to the formatDynamicDataRef()
function, which is described in this topic. The string that the formatDynamicDataRef()
function returns is the formatted dynamic data that is finally inserted in the user’s document.
Dreamweaver users can format data with built-in formats, create new formats that are based on
built-in format types, or create new formats that are based on custom format types.
The user can format dynamic data in several ways. By using the Format menu in the Dynamic
Data or the Dynamic Text dialog box or in the Bindings panel, the user can format the data
before inserting it into an HTML document. If the user wants to create a format, he or she can
select the Edit Format List command from the Format menu and select a format type from the
Plus (+) menu. The Plus (+) menu contains a list of format types. Format types are basic format
categories, such as Currency, DateTime, or AlphaCase. Format types collect all the common
parameters for a category of format, letting you streamline the work to create a new format.

Who Is Roland Buck?
Born: Everett, Washington, June 13, 1918
Graduated from Northwest College, Seattle, WA, 1939
Pastored churches in Granger and Yakima, WA, and Gooding and Boise, Idaho.
Pastor of Central Assembly of God Christian Life Center, Boise, Idaho, from 1950 present.
Average Sunday morning attendance in 1978 was about
1800.
Married Charmian Jacobson, June 13, 1942
Born Again spiritually in 1929, and received the baptism with the Holy Spirit at the same time.
Charmian was Born Again at age 10, and received the baptism with the Holy Spirit at age 21.
This is the true story of an ordinary man who has experienced an extraordinary series of events.
When we first heard of Roland Buck, we had been sharing the story of how God had placed a special warrior angel with us to protect us from the
fiery darts of the devil until Jesus comes back. A couple asked us, "Have you heard about the pastor in Boise, Idaho, who has been having
visitations from angels? They have been talking to him and bringing messages from God."
Even in these days when the supernatural power of God is more in evidence than ever before, this shocked us; especially when Doug and Ruth told
us that Gabriel was the one who brought the messages! For a moment it sounded like the most wayout
statement we had ever heard, but somehow
or other, there was such a ring of truth to it that we had a hungering created in our hearts to hear more!
Our busy schedule kept us from calling this pastor to find out any of the details, but in God's perfect plan he kept nudging and nudging us to contact
Roland Buck about writing a book. We were still too bogged down with other work, so we didn't do it! Then God really got busy when we continued
being too busy! He brought a couple down to Houston from Sitka, Alaska, who had stopped by Eugene, Oregon, and picked up a series of "angel"
tapes they wanted us to listen to. They were bubbling over because they had listened to these tapes all the way from Oregon to Texas. All they
could say was, "You've got to listen to them you've
got to listen to them!"
And listen we did! Every time we got in the car, the tape player came on with another angel tape. At night when we went to bed, we went to sleep
listening to "angel" tapes, until one Friday afternoon Charles said, "I am utterly compelled to call Pastor Buck to see if we can interview him with the
idea of writing a book. These messages from the angels are so fantastic, the entire world needs to hear them." Frances was equally fascinated with
the idea of angels talking to an individual, so we both went to the telephone to make the call.
Pastor Buck immediately invited us to minister in his church in the evenings and said he would be more than happy to cooperate with interviews in
the daytime. Although he assured us that the heart of the messages the angels had given him were on the tapes we had listened to, he said there
might be some extras we would be interested in hearing. We could hardly wait to get there!
We arrived on a Sunday evening just minutes before the church service, and afterwards we went out for a bite to eat with Roland and Charmian
Buck. If there had been any skepticism in our hearts before then, it was gone as he began to share from his heart some of the beautiful truths the
angels have brought to him directly from God.
That evening was followed by two days of interviews in which we saw the heart of a man who said, "I want God to be in focus and glorified. I do not
want any glory for myself." We asked him many of the questions you might ask: "Was it an unusual day when you had the first experience?" He said,
"No, it was just an ordinary, runofthemill
day before I went to bed that night. Angels are the last thing I would have thought of when I sat up in
bed."
We were both fascinated with his knowledge, not only of the Bible, but of the scriptural references as well. It seemed his total conversation was
direct from the Word of God! We asked him if he had always had the good memory which he has had since he returned from the Throne Room. He
said, "I would have to say 'no.' Before this experience I had to use the scriptures that I knew, so I studied and read the Bible over and over again. I
have been in the ministry many, many years, and I always had to use a concordance to look up verses, but for the 2,000 verses God gave me I don't
have to do that any more. I don't even have to read them from the Bible when I speak, because I JUST KNOW THEM!"

Moonlight rides
Ride under a night full of stars. Experience mountain biking through a beautiful countryside, where an expert takes you through the winding trails. Enjoy a cocktail dinner at our exclusive campsite with bonfire.

“Data sources” on page 286, discusses how Adobe Dreamweaver CS3 inserts dynamic data into
a user’s document by adding a server expression at the appropriate location. When a visitor
requests the document from the web server, that server expression is converted to a value from
a database, the contents of a request variable, or some other dynamic value. The Dreamweaver
server formats let you format how this dynamic value is presented to the visitor.
This topic discusses the API that formats the dynamic data that is returned by the functions
described in “Data sources” on page 286. The functions that are described in both topics work
together to format dynamic data. If the user selects a format for the dynamic data, Dreamweaver
calls the data source function generateDynamicDataRef()to get the string to insert into the
user’s document (see “generateDynamicDataRef()” on page 298). Before inserting the string into
the user’s document, Dreamweaver passes that string to the formatDynamicDataRef()
function, which is described in this topic. The string that the formatDynamicDataRef()
function returns is the formatted dynamic data that is finally inserted in the user’s document.
Dreamweaver users can format data with built-in formats, create new formats that are based on
built-in format types, or create new formats that are based on custom format types.
The user can format dynamic data in several ways. By using the Format menu in the Dynamic
Data or the Dynamic Text dialog box or in the Bindings panel, the user can format the data
before inserting it into an HTML document. If the user wants to create a format, he or she can
select the Edit Format List command from the Format menu and select a format type from the
Plus (+) menu. The Plus (+) menu contains a list of format types. Format types are basic format
categories, such as Currency, DateTime, or AlphaCase. Format types collect all the common
parameters for a category of format, letting you streamline the work to create a new format.

Who Is Roland Buck?
Born: Everett, Washington, June 13, 1918
Graduated from Northwest College, Seattle, WA, 1939
Pastored churches in Granger and Yakima, WA, and Gooding and Boise, Idaho.
Pastor of Central Assembly of God Christian Life Center, Boise, Idaho, from 1950 present.
Average Sunday morning attendance in 1978 was about
1800.
Married Charmian Jacobson, June 13, 1942
Born Again spiritually in 1929, and received the baptism with the Holy Spirit at the same time.
Charmian was Born Again at age 10, and received the baptism with the Holy Spirit at age 21.
This is the true story of an ordinary man who has experienced an extraordinary series of events.
When we first heard of Roland Buck, we had been sharing the story of how God had placed a special warrior angel with us to protect us from the
fiery darts of the devil until Jesus comes back. A couple asked us, "Have you heard about the pastor in Boise, Idaho, who has been having
visitations from angels? They have been talking to him and bringing messages from God."
Even in these days when the supernatural power of God is more in evidence than ever before, this shocked us; especially when Doug and Ruth told
us that Gabriel was the one who brought the messages! For a moment it sounded like the most wayout
statement we had ever heard, but somehow
or other, there was such a ring of truth to it that we had a hungering created in our hearts to hear more!
Our busy schedule kept us from calling this pastor to find out any of the details, but in God's perfect plan he kept nudging and nudging us to contact

Before inserting the string into
the user’s document, Dreamweaver passes that string to the formatDynamicDataRef()
function, which is described in this topic. The string that the formatDynamicDataRef()
function returns is the formatted dynamic data that is finally inserted in the user’s document.
Dreamweaver users can format data with built-in formats, create new formats that are based on
built-in format types, or create new formats that are based on custom format types.
The user can format dynamic data in several ways. By using the Format menu in the Dynamic
Data or the Dynamic Text dialog box or in the Bindings panel, the user can format the data
before inserting it into an HTML document. If the user wants to create a format, he or she can
select the Edit Format List command from the Format menu and select a format type from the
Plus (+) menu. The Plus (+) menu contains a list of format types. Format types are basic format
categories, such as Currency, DateTime, or AlphaCase. Format types collect all the common
parameters for a category of format, letting you streamline the work to create a new format.

Khyber Pass, Khyber also spelled Khaybar, orKhaibar,
Khyber Pass [Credit: Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc.]most northerly and important of the passes between Afghanistan and Pakistan. The pass connects Kābul with Peshāwar. The pass has historically been the gateway for invasions of the Indian subcontinent from the northwest. The name Khyber is also applied to the range of arid, broken hills through which the pass runs and which form the last spurs of the Spin Ghar (Safīd Kūh) Range. On either side of the connecting ridge are the sources of two small streams, the beds of which form the Khyber gorge. This narrow gorge forms the Khyber Pass; it winds between cliffs of shale and limestone, 600–1,000 feet (180–300 m) high, and enters the Khyber Hills from the Shadi Bagiār opening, a few miles beyond Jamrūd, Pak., and continues northwestward for about 33 miles (53 km). Just beyond the old Afghan fort of Haft Chāh, it opens onto the barren Lowyah Dakkah plain, which stretches to the Kābul River.

After a steep ascent at its southern entrance, the pass rises gradually to Fort Ali Masjid (3,174 feet), where the Khyber River (Khyber Khwār) leaves the pass to the south. For 5 miles from Ali Masjid the pass becomes a defile not more than 600 feet wide, flanked by imposing and precipitous walls. From Zīntara village on northward, the pass becomes a valley a mile or more wide, with forts, villages, and scattered cultivation plots. About 10 miles west of Ali Masjid lies Landi Kotal fort and cantonment (3,518 feet); this is the highest point in the pass and is also an important market centre with an alternate route back to Peshāwar. There the summit widens out northward for 2 miles. The main pass, however, descends from Landi Kotal through Shinwārī territory to Landi Khāna, where it runs through another gorge and enters Afghanistan territory at Towr Kham (Torkham; 2,300 feet), winding another 10 miles down the valley to Lowyah Dakkah.

The Khyber Pass is threaded by a caravan track and by a good hard-surface road. The railway (opened 1925) through the pass connects Jamrūd with Landi Khāna, near the Afghan frontier; the line, with its 34 tunnels and 94 bridges and culverts, revolutionized transportation in the area. The pass may be skirted by a road fork that enters the hills about 9 miles north of Jamrūd and emerges at Lowyah Dakkah.

Few passes have had such continuing strategic importance or so many historic associations as the Khyber Pass. Through it have passed Persians, Greeks, Mughals, Afghans, and the British, for whom it was the key point in control of the Afghan border. In the 5th century bc Darius I the Great of Persia conquered the country around Kābul and marched through the Khyber Pass to the Indus River. Two centuries later Hephaestion and Perdiccas, generals of Alexander the Great, probably used the pass. Buddhism flourished in and around the Khyber when it was part of Aśoka’s kingdom (3rd century bc); Buddhist remains include Kāfir Kot (Citadel of the Kafirs), Shopla stūpa (also called the Khyber Top), and the stūpa near Ali Masjid. The pass was used by Maḥmūd of Ghazna, Bābur, Nāder Shāh, and Aḥmad Shāh Durrānī and his grandson Shāh Zamān in their invasions of India. Ranjit Singh, the Sikh ruler of the Punjab, extended his kingdom as far as Jamrūd in the early 19th century.

The Pashtun Afrīdī people of the Khyber area always resisted foreign control, and numerous punitive expeditions were undertaken against them by the Mughals and the British. The first British advance northward into the Khyber took place in 1839, and during the First Anglo-Afghan War the pass was the scene of many skirmishes with the Afridis. The Treaty of Gandamak, which was signed during the Second Anglo-Afghan War in 1879, left the Khyber tribes under British control. In 1897 the Afridis seized the pass and held it for several months but were defeated in the Tīrāh expedition of 1897. The British became responsible for the safety of the pass, which is now controlled by the Pakistani Khyber Agency.