Nag Tibba Trek
Situated at a height of 3100 meters above the sea level, it offers stupendous perspectives on Mussoorie, Vikasnagar, the Banderpoonch range and spikes made by the Yamuna stream valley. Nag Tibba is a run of the mill edge top on the Nag Tibba Range of the lower Himalayas.
Truth be told, alongside the Pir Punjal and Dhauladhar, the Nag Tibba go structures one of the 3 fundamental scopes of the lower Himalayas. It is referenced in the celebrated book ‘7 Years in Tibet’ which annals the getaway of Austrian climber Heinrich Harrer from the British prison into Tibet.
There is a sanctuary devoted to Nag Devta and the range owes its name to this sanctuary. Snakes have constantly held a significant status in the Hindu religion. As indicated by Hindu folklore, snakes are considered as the portrayal of resurrection, passing, and mortality, because of its throwing off the skin and being emblematically “renewed”.
Since the days when religion and love were a reaction to a lifestyle as opposed to a purpose behind presence; snakes have been given a clique status. In certain spots snake, divine beings are related to fruitfulness.
There are many snake god fantasies and iconographic images related with them in the Hindu folklore like that of Sheshnag( Vishnu’s resting couch), Anantnag( the interminable snake), Kaliya( Krishna’s dance), Vasuki (beating of the sea), Padmanabha ( gatekeeper snake particularly in south India), Manasa Devi( snake goddess) and so forth.
For the locals right now the mountains he is the defender of their steers and sheep. Tamed creatures are their greatest resources and Nag Devta their defender.