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DON'T MISS: Incredible photos of India

June 11, 2013 17:40 IST

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Readers share their travel pictures. Have you shared yours yet?

We asked you, our readers, to share your summer travel pictures with us. In the pages to follow, we bring you some of the photographs we received so far.


To start out, we have this image of the Kodaikanal Pillar Rocks -- the iconic granite rocks that rise up to 400 feet. In-between the rocks are deep bat-infested caves that are closed to public.

Shiva Kumar who shot this photo writes, "The glaring difference in temperature between Madurai and Kodaikanal was extremely evident (and pleasantly welcomed in Kodaikanal). Sadly, the tourist place is littered with plastics and waste even by educated people. So in case some people manage to read this message during the post, I request everyone, to take care of your garbage and dispose only in the waste bins provided at various places. Let us keep our beautiful places as beautiful as they are!"

Would you like to share your memorable summer pictures with us? Simply e-mail your photographs 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.

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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Next up, we have three photographs of the Kalinjar Fort of Uttar Pradesh shot by Prosenjit Daw.

Would you like to share your memorable summer pictures with us? Simply e-mail your photographs 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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Another one from the Kalinjar fort by Daw again. Located on a rocky hill, the fort has served several dynasties ruling Bundelkhand and contains many temples that go way back to the 3rd-5th Centuries.

Would you like to share your memorable summer pictures with us? Simply e-mail your photographs 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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Quite literally, Kalinjar means destroyer of time in Sanskrit. It is said to owe its name to the episode in the Hindu mythology where Lord Shiva, having drunk the poison after the Great Churning, comes here to overcome Kal or Time and trounces Death.

Would you like to share your memorable summer pictures with us? Simply e-mail your photographs 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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Arsitar sends in this photograph of sand dunes at Jaisalmer that seem to resemble a crowded beach in Mumbai (albeit without the water)

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Jaykrishnan shot this photograph just towards the end of summer in Kannur, Kerala.

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Another Kerala photograph from Jaykrishnan.

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Next up is this photograph shot by Muthuvel Sivaraman during his trip to Jayalgarh in Uttarakhand.

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Rishi Raj Singh shares with us this amazing photograph of the Barapani Lake on the outskirts of Shillong, Meghalaya. "It is a popular picnic spot," he writes, "Besides the beautiful view it also has options for boating and fishing activities."

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Finally, we have this photograph of the Andaman Islands shot by Rashmin Patel.

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