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The Christian Sabbath was just one day each week, but the preceding day (the Jewish Sabbath) came to be taken as a holiday as well in the twentieth century. This shift has been accompanied by a reduction in the total number of hours worked per week, following changes in employer expectations. The present-day concept of the ‘week-end’ first arose in the industrial north of Britain in the early part of nineteenth century and was originally a voluntary arrangement between factory owners and workers allowing Saturday afternoon off from 2pm in agreement that staff would be available for work sober and refreshed on Monday morning. The Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America Union was the first to successfully demand a five-day work week in 1929.

Har Ki Doon, also known as Har Ki Dun, is a cradle-shaped hanging valley in Uttarakhand's Garhwal Himalayas. The area is surrounded by lush Bugyals. Snow-capped peaks and alpine greenery surround it. The Borasu Pass connects it to the Baspa Valley.
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Kedarkantha is an easy trek that is gorgeous in summer and considered one of India's most scenic snow treks. The state of India is also known as Dev Bhoomi (Uttarakhand). Sankari Goan is a resident of the Uttarkashi district. Kedarkantha mountain is above this village. Its height reach is 12500 ft means 3800 mtr. There is a Wildlife Sanctuary there was converted into Govind Pashu Vihar National Park by the Uttarakhand Government in 1955. It has a starting point. Dehradun City is also known as the City of Love. This journey starts from here. Kempty Falls passes through Mussoorie Pahadon ki Rani means (Queens of Hills) and enters the Sankari Goan. In winter, many tourists come here for trekking—the next step from starting Sankri. Juba ka Talab reaches. There is a lovely pond.
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Kedarkantha is an easy trek that is gorgeous in summer and considered one of India's most scenic snow treks. The state of India is also...
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Goran Tiba is a beautiful trek. The weather here is very awesome. Talking about nature, the view was very great. Goran Tiba comes to Pasni...
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the girl looking panoramic view of nag tibba trek.
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Nag Tibba trek is a famous & short trek. The Highest peak is in the lesser Himalayan region of Uttarakhand. Here you get to see,...
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The Brahmatal trek, devoted to Lord Bhrama, is another Himalayan gem that no hiker has ever seen. It could be exquisitely on the list of...
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