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#Travel:10 breathtaking pics of India

March 13, 2016 11:30 IST

Our readers from across India have sent pics that will leave you spellbound. 

We'd asked you, dear readers, to send us your best #India-Photos

Presenting the latest responses we received from you. 

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Dipanjan Mitra captured the beautiful, breath-taking silhouette of Safdarjung's Tomb in New Delhi. 

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'Illumination of the highest seats of power in the capital', Dipanjan Mitra captioned this pic. 

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Our reader Balasubramani has sent us some breathtaking pictures clicked enroute to Leh.

Here's a pic of a long winding road which shows the way to Leh.

Quite mesmerizing, isn't it?

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Snowy mountains grace the landscape in this pic sent by Balasubramani

Feels like you are in the Alps, doesn't it? 

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The beautiful Pangong lake is a sight to behold. 

Balasubramani has captured the beauty of the lake in his lens. 

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Ramadorai sent us this pic of the Chang La Pass.

Famous for its scenic beauty, the snow-capped mountains and barren landscape, this pass is a tourist's delight.  

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'The beautiful Indus', Balasubramani captioned this pic of the river flowing through the mountains.  

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Mayur Birdawade sent us this picture of the Panch Rath at Chennai. 

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Don't miss the intricate cravings on the walls of the Shatrunjay Jain Tirth in this pic clicked by Laxmikant Parmar

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Sanjiv Sanguri sent us this pic of the Dakshineswar Kali Temple in Kolkata. 

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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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