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10 incredible photos of India that will make you travel

Last updated on: October 13, 2016 09:50 IST

Do you have some memorable travel pictures? You can share them at #India-Photos
Presenting the latest photographs in the series...

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IMAGE: First up we have Subrata Chatterjee's picture of the first rays of sunlight falling on Taj Mahal, Agra, on a winter morning.  
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IMAGE: Sunil Tomar captured the reflection of the mighty Mount Chaukhamba in Bedni Kund at Bedni Bughyal.
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IMAGE: Deependra Khandelwal shared this picture of a beautiful beach at Digha, West Bengal. 
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IMAGE: Vishal Sharma shared this photo of a small shrine at Junargali Pass, with the Trishul Peak, Chamoli, Uttarakhand in the background.  
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IMAGE: Pramod Rao took this picture en-route to Ghangaria from Joshimath, Uttarakhand. 
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IMAGE: Aurojyoti Pattnaik captioned this picture: "Krishna Temple in the ruins of Hampi. It was built to commemorate Krishnadevaraya's victory over Udayagiri which is in Odisha."
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IMAGE: Next we have Pramod Rao's picture of the scenic Lake Tsomgo in Sikkim. 
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IMAGE: A view of the sunrise at Digha, West Bengal. This picture was shared by Deependra Khandelwal
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IMAGE: Can you spot the man standing by the waterfalls? Pramod Rao shared this picture of the Ban Jhakri Waterfalls in Sikkim. 
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IMAGE: The lush, green tea estates of Munnar, Kerala captured by Mohammad Shuja's lens. 

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Disclaimer: The photographs featured in this series are, to the best of our knowledge, original entries submitted by readers. Rediff.com does not assume any responsibility for their originality. 

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