A Nepal grey langur (Semnopithecus schistaceus) sitting next to a couple of local people in Himachal Pradesh, India. This species is found mainly in the Himalayas. In Chandigarh, India, Nepal grey langurs are used to intimidate Rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta). There are people that remove Rhesus macaques for living, who accompany domesticated Nepal grey langurs at the back of their bicycles.
I saw many Rhesus macaques in Himachal Pradesh, India. These monkeys are very common in the forest areas of the Himalayas and even in the flatlands of North India. This species is found in the range between Afghanistan and Southeastern China.
I saw a kitten at the Bon monastery in Himachal Pradesh, India. North Indian people tend to be unfriendly to cats, because they think that having cats around is unlucky. On the other hand, cats seem to be much happier at temples and monasteries of Tibetan religions.