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Gurpreet Dhindsa discoverd new site in Pavagarh,Gujrat. great place if u looking for flatland xc.. 650m launch with cable car to top and short walk.. and atleast 50km possible. MORE INFO CLICK HERE! >>

Paragliding in Billing / Bir, India - new rules for pilots |
www.xcmag.com : New rules for paragliding at the Indian site of Billing have been announced. From 15 February paraglider pilots will have to show a license and proof of insurance... MORE>

Himalayan Odyssey - A Paragliding Expedition in the Himalayas
www.himalayanodyssey.org :Three friends who have explored, and discovered many paragliding sites, will go to fly unsupported over 1300kms from India trough Nepal to Sikkim in India in 6 weeks across the great Himalayan mountain range in March/April 2010. MORE>>.

UPDATED: February 8, 2010 7:05 PM
>> Challenging new site discovered- Okhimath MORE>>

>>Paragliding Federation of India Membership open to all PG pilots http://www.pgfi.org/join.html

>> Rahul Gandhi takes to paragliding 30 Jan 2008- MORE>>

>>National Paragliding Association of India:
A good place to express your views on forming a body / federation / association to represent Paragliding sport in India. Flyers can become a member of the google group and voice their opinions. at http://groups.google.com/group/national-paragliding-association-of-india?hl=en

India came to the attention of the world paragliding community in 1992 when Frenchman Xavier Remond set a world record by flying 132 km from Billing in Himachal Pradesh. Top pilots were lured to the challenge of Himalaya, including New Zealander Bruce Mills. He stayed on and is credited with training a generation of local pilots, along with Roshan Lal Thakur who runs the Himalayan Institute of Adventure Sports in Kullu Valley. Debu Chaudhry, a Manali local, was barely a teenager when he began flying with Mills ten years ago. In 2003, when India competed at a Paragliding World Cup for the first time, Chaudhry was part of the three member team. He now travels between Europe, Himachal Pradesh and Nepal working as an instructor and tandem pilot. Also on the team were Gurpreet Dhindsa, who has a paragliding school based in Bir, and Adie Kumar who recently competed in Australia and Japan.

India is now a paragliding hot spot as the diverse landscape offers a huge variety of options for all skill levels including instruction. Its a great place for beginners because of the high number of flyabe days, the low cost and the cultural experience.(not mentioning the parties). For the cost of a basic course in your home country you can get international instuction and plus a holiday in India. There are internationally certified PG instructors and a lot of highly experienced gurus around. Some paragliding schools now offer international licenses. MORE>>>

There are a huge number of potential flying sites in India but most of the flying happens in the Himalayas and around the Western ghats. The popular sites for serious flying are Billing, Manali area, in the north. Kamshet & around Pune in the west, Goa, Nandi Hills & Vagamon in the south.. No ifo on the north east as yet. MORE SITE INFO HERE>>

Somewhere in India is flyable almost all year round, except during the monsoon months of July to early September when the winds are crazy. The best flying season varies from site to site but generally post-monsoon October to March is good.This makes India an excellent place to come when the weather in Europe has deteriorated and the Southern Hemisphere season has not yet started. MORE INFO HERE >>

Take a few tandem rides,flying up there with the the birds , its like nothing on earth. Prices vary but are in the Rs1500 to Rs3000 range. During tourist season the prices tend to go up and you should book in advance to get the best time of day. The other better option is to take a 3 or more day Paragliding Holiday and enjoy maximum flytime with everything taken care of.MORE INFO HERE>>

Once you have dicided to learn there are experienced paragliding schools & instructors around the country that you can choose from. Allmost all the schools provide all the gear you would need included in the instruction cost, and would arrange accomodation too. All you need to do is go there.


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