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Travel photos: India's incredible water landscapes

September 09, 2013 15:41 IST

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

Here is a fresh batch of responses:

We start with this photograph from R K Ravi, who says, “I visited Jog falls in Karnataka in mid August and the beauty was to be experienced rather defined. The extended monsoon added more charm to it. It is worth visiting once in a life time.”


Photographs: R K Ravi

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This photograph of the Pangong Tso is shared by Dr Y Ashok Babu. This blue water lake at the height of about 4,350 metres in Leh is perhaps the most beautiful in the country.


Photographs: Dr Y Ashok Babu
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Here’s a picture of the river Bhagirathi is sent to us by Siddhanth Dhariwal.

The Bhagirathu originates at Gaumukh (Gangotri glacier) in Uttarakhand at an elevation of 3,892 metres.

“In the pic of the river Ganga (Bhagirathi) as it emerges from its geographical source, Gaumukh, was taken at dusk with my back facing the Gaumukh, as the water makes its way towards Gangotri,” writes Siddhanth.


Photographs: Siddhanth Dhariwal

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Sadip Salian shares this lovely photograph of the Bhandar Dhara Dam in Nashik, Maharashtra.


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Dr Niranjan Shendurnikar writes in saying, “This alluring photograph was shot on one of the late summer evenings in the vicinity of Sardar Sarovar Dam, Gujarat in the serenity of valley below and flowing Narmada Canal against the  backdrop of setting sun and partly clouded sky.”


Photographs: Dr Niranjan Shendurnikar

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This photograph of the City Palace in Udaipur is shared by Vineet Rana.


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Next up we bring you a pic of the sangam of the Zanskar and Indus rivers in Leh sent by Seshagiri.


Photographs: Seshagiri

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Gokak Falls in all its glory is how Sanat Adur describes this photo of the incredible waterfall located on the Ghataprabha River in Belgaum district of Karnataka.


Photographs: Sanat Adur
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We end this edition with two photographs shot by H N Deshpande:

“The stunning Bay of Bengal sea from lesser known Chandipur beach in the wee hours. The silvery blue shades during sunrise is rare for eyes.” 


Photographs: H N Deshpande

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Next is the Arabian Sea. “The amazing panorama of Udupi's beach and sky on a warm summer afternoon,” by H N Deshpande.


Photographs: H N Deshpande

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