Our reader Maneesh Menon has shared some stunning pictures of India. You can share yours too at #India-Photos!
Often photographers focus on the obvious while taking pictures.
But Rediff reader Maneesh Menon has a knack for seeing the beauty in inanimate objects whenever he travels.
Wonder what we're talking about?
Take a look at these travel pics.
IMAGE: Colourful doors are synonymous with Pondicherry, aren't they!
IMAGE: It's chai time at Valparai.
Many know that this hill station in Coimbatore is famous for its climate and scenic views. But the best part of Valparai is the well-manicured tea and coffee gardens.
IMAGE: We have all seen this cliched shot of Taj Mahal in Agra. But scroll down to see how Maneesh shot it differently...
IMAGE: The Taj Mahal at Agra glistens in the sun at the end of a dark passage.
IMAGE: Who knows how many people have climbed these steps in a hotel in Agra?
IMAGE: The Qutab Minar shot from a different angle.
IMAGE: A pic of Qutab Minar with the ruins in the foreground.
IMAGE: The Lotus Temple in Delhi.
IMAGE: The sun sets on this statue in Shimla.
IMAGE: A silhouette of YS Parmar's statue in Shimla seen at sunset.
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