Once or in a couple of months’ time I go out with my friends and camera for photography. We try to explore new places each time. Sometimes we reach to some photogenic places and sometime we just have to get back empty hand. This time one of our friends suggested us to go Ravi Opi village which is situated north of Chandeshwori Temple, Banepa. Half the way to this place is paved and half is offroad.
This road is an alternative road to reach Paanchkhal. The local villagers told us that Arniko Highway was supposed to go from that side, but due to powerful people of Dhulikhel, they change the highway map and it went through that city. To reach Paanchkhal from this place, it’s 7 Km.
From this place we can see an amazing landscape specially during the sunrise. We don’t see full mountains range as seen from Dhulikhel, but what we see from being different. Just a few kilometers from the major city of Nepal, it’s a typical Nepali village.
Lots of village activities can be observed from early morning. One of the activity that caught us was from the milk collection center where all the farmer form near by village bring milks from their farm to be collected at that center.
Here are some picture taken during our visit to Ravi Opi village.
Sunrise as seen from the village
Panchkhal under the fog
Milk Carried to collection center
Milk collection tank