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PHOTOS: India's snow-capped terrains

Last updated on: July 23, 2013 18:16 IST

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Readers send in their travel images. Have you sent yours yet?

We invited you, our readers, to share images of your summer travels and we were inundated with your emails.

Here is a fresh batch of responses:

Today's edition features India's snow-capped scenes and we begin with this image of shot by Amol Tavkar of the Gurudongmar Lake that is India's highest lake, located at 17,100 feet above mean sea level.

"The lake presents a mesmerizing view and makes one wonder if heaven can be any prettier than this. The place is about 70 km from a village called Lachen in North Sikkim," Tavkar writes.

Would you like to share your memorable travel pictures with us? They could be of your international holiday (like these) or of stunning Indian landscapes (like these) or the Himalayas (like these) or quite simply photographs of the sun (like these). Simply e-mail your pictures to travelpicsga@rediffmail.com (subject line: 'Memorable summer pics') -- we'll publish the most interesting ones right here on Rediff.com and in India Abroad. And make sure to include a little write-up of where you clicked the snap.

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Next up is this image of the Neelkanth peak looking like a mountain of solid gold shot by Neeraj.

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Amarjit Singh recently visited Chitkul in Himachal Pradesh and shared this photograph from his visit there.

Would you like to share your memorable travel pictures with us? They could be of your international holiday (like these) or of stunning Indian landscapes (like these) or the Himalayas (like these) or quite simply photographs of the sun (like these). Simply e-mail your pictures to travelpicsga@rediffmail.com (subject line: 'Memorable summer pics') -- we'll publish the most interesting ones right here on Rediff.com and in India Abroad. And make sure to include a little write-up of where you clicked the snap.

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Next up is this image Ajay Sonawane shot during his recently Manali trip.

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Yet another shot from Manali, this time from Amalendu Mahanty.

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Next up is Hemant Sapkal's photograph of the snow-capped Lachung valley of north Sikkim.

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Jitendra Rai shares with us this photograph he shot at Chang-La in April.

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Kishore Reddy shares with us this image taken at Khardung La, one of the world's highest motorable road, during his recent bike trip to Leh-Ladakh.

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Next up is this photograph taken at Solang Valley, about 20 km from Manali by Krishnakumar Menon.

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Next up is the picturesque Yumthang Valley in Sikkim shot by Raghu Rao.

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Sadhana Sinha shares with us this picture of the serene Betab Valley.

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A serene picture shot by Satyendra Mishra from Phata in Kedarnath.

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Next up is this scene captured by Surajit Paul on his way to the Amarnath cave.

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The wondrous Leh! A typical scene enroute Stok Palace by Parag Joshi.

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Subhasish Ghosal recently visited Ladakh and sent us this photograph of the Naubra Valley.

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Yet another photograph from Shubhashish Ghosal, this time of the Tsomorri Lake!

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Next up is this photograph of the confluence of Indus and Zanskar taken by Arvind Jain.

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We end this edition with a photograph of Gulmarg by Rahul Kanungo.

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