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Stunning travel pictures from across India

Last updated on: December 6, 2011 14:34 IST

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We invited readers to share their favourite travel pictures. Here are the responses we received!

First up is Amol Karande's picture of a vulture atop a tree chomping a leg of a spotted dear killed by predators at the Corbett Tiger Reserve in Uttarakhand. Amol says he loves travelling and has special interest in wildlife.

"When we reached the spot the predators had already killed the spotted dear. After they had their share the remaining was left to the scavengers. Vultures waiting for their turn swooped on the dead animal. One of the vultures picked up his share and flew away with the leg piece."

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Image: A vulture eating a leg of spotted dear perched atop a tree at Corbett Tiger Reserve
Photographs: Amol Karande

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Mehul Patel from Anand, Gujarat sent us this picture shot during his visit to the Corbett National Park. The picture was shot in the parking place of a restaurant situated inside the park.

"The monkey was quite mischievous and I was following it steadfastly from the restaurant to the parking place," writes Mehul.

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Image: A mischievous monkey at Corbett National Park
Photographs: Mehul Patel
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Anil Dutt Vyas from Jaipur was on his first safari on the afternoon of October 21, 2011 at Sariska Tiger Reserve, Rajasthan. He encountered this tigress, named ST2 by forest officials, near Kali Ghati. With only five tigers in a core area of around 900 sq km, it was a great sighting, recalls Anil.

"We followed the tigress but she did not like our movements, raised her tail and looked behind to show her disapproval."

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Image: Tigress ST2 near Kali Ghati at Sariska Tiger Reserve
Photographs: Anil Dutt Vyas

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Babu C did not have to venture out in a jungle to capture this amazing picture. "I found this beautiful small snake in my garden, which posed for a second. The very next moment the reptile vanished. "I was lucky to get this pose and shot," says Babu.

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Image: A snake in Babu's garden
Photographs: Babu C
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Rohit clicked this snapshot at Pangong Lake, Leh. Rohit opines that this place in the Himalayas is one of the must-see places in the world.

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Image: Pangong Lake, Leh
Photographs: Babu C

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Himadri Sekhar Debnath who visited Ladakh in the month of June 2011 shares these two pics with us.

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Image: Ladakh valley
Photographs: Hemadri Debnath

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Sheetal Rohra clicked this picture during her tour to Kodaikanal last November.

"The site of the baby monkey clinging on his monkey touched us," she writes.

The other picture was taken at Gulmarg on June 14, 2008 when Sheetal visited Srinagar. "It was a heavenly evening, no rain yet and the cool weather helped us explore Gulmarg. Amazing Gulmarg!"

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Image: A collage of a monkey at Kodaikanal and misty Gulmarg evening
Photographs: Sheetal Rohra

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Naveen Kumar V R spotted this Nilgiri Thar during his recent trip to Munnar. "Nilgiri Thar is an endangered species similar to Mountain Goat," informs Naveen.

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Image: Endangered Nilgiri Thar in Munnar
Photographs: Naveen Kumar V R

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