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10 photos that will make you want to travel

May 08, 2016 14:45 IST

Rediscover India through these pictures shared by our readers. 

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

Here's presenting the latest responses we received from you. 

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IMAGE: Gargi Biswas came across these young lamas at Ravangla, Sikkim. 

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IMAGE: Doesn't Saumya Mukhopadhyay's picture of colourful fishing boats on the Konkan coastline, near Diveagar, Maharashtra, make for a lovely picture? 

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IMAGE: Cars make their way to the Rohtang Pass in this picture sent by Sanjeeb Kumar Pradhan

 

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IMAGE: "Faith and hard work will get you through most things in life," Surya Prasad captioned this picture. 

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IMAGE: Palanki Narayana captured this picture of a window grill in Uma Maheswara temple at Nandigrama, Karnataka.

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IMAGE: Durga Charan Mishra shared this picture of Mukteswara Temple, a 10th century Hindu temple of Lord Shiva located in Bhubaneswar, Odisha. 

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IMAGE: What do you think of this early morning picture clicked by A. Kirubagaran.

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IMAGE: These railway tracks at Barrackpore, West Bengal remind us of the train journeys we took as children, doesn't it? Suvajit shared this picture. 

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IMAGE: The pristine Amrakunj Beach at Rangat, Andaman captured through Amit Ghosal's lens.

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IMAGE: Don't mistake this for a foreign location. Anindya Pal took this picture in Kashmir.

Do you have interesting travel photos that you'd like to share with us?

Follow this link to post the best of your #India-Photos and we will publish them right here on Rediff.com and India Abroad!

You can see all the published photographs here!

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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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