The Geminids are a meteor shower caused by the object - 3200 Phaethon. The meteors from this shower can be seen in December and usually peak around December 13–14 and upto 120–160 meteors can be seen per hour under optimal conditions. The meteors in this shower appear to come from a radiant in the constellation Gemini (hence the shower's name). On the nights of 13th and 14th December, i travelled to Sargakhet, Uttarakhand, in an attempt to try and capture the shower in my cameras. The resultant timelapse is a result of that effort.