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India through a photographer's lens

October 16, 2016 10:00 IST

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

Take a look.

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IMAGE: First up we have Subhankar Das's picture of a sunset at Daringbadi, Orissa. 
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IMAGE: Pramod Rao shared this picture of the green landscape of Kemmangundi, Chickamaguluru district, Karnataka.
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IMAGE: Padmanava Sen captioned this pic: "View of Tso Moriri Lake in Ladakh is something dreams are made of." True that!
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IMAGE: Dinesh Bodhade captured the view of the Yumthang Valley, North Sikkim from his hotel in Lachung. 
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IMAGE: Seen a sunrise so beautiful? Take a look at Adesh Sidhu's picture of the sunrise in Shimla. 
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IMAGE: A picture of the Guru Dong Mar Lake near Lachen, North Sikkim clicked by Dinesh Bodhade.
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IMAGE: It's a "journey towards the jungle" for Subhankar Das who took this picture from new Jalpaiguri to new Cooch Behar in West Bengal. Reminds us of the train journeys we took during our childhood, doesn't it? 
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IMAGE: Saksham Srivastava captured this dam at Munnar through his lens. "A small dam used to maintain the water level in the river at Munnar, Kerala," he captioned the picture. 
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IMAGE: Saksham Srivastava captioned this picture: "A lake in Munnar, Kerala spreading its beauty in twilight."
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IMAGE: Yogesh Sharma's picture of the Beas River as seen from the Kullu Manali highway. 

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You can see all the published photographs here!

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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