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IMAGE: The silence before the storm...dark clouds gather at Princep Ghat in Kolkata, making the sky seem so surreal in this picture by Chandrima Senapati. The ghat was built during the British Raj and is one of the oldest recreational spots of India's cultural and intellectual capital.
IMAGE: Is this a picture or a painting? A panaromic shot of the Dharamshala Cricket Stadium taken by Arun Khanna.
IMAGE: The Tsomgo lake in Sikkim dotted by colourful Tibetan flags. You can barely see the waters to the left of side of this glacial lake (situated at an altitude of 12,310 ft) due to the fog. This picture was shared by Manish Sharma.
IMAGE: In the mood for peace or a lot of chatter? This naughty monkey looks like he is up to some mischief as he sits on the thatched roof of a resort in Kerala. Pankaj Singh shared this picture.
IMAGE: And these monkeys seem to be waiting to get a free ride. Pankaj Singh captured this picture as he was driving uphill towards Ooty.
IMAGE: Pankaj Singh gives us a bird's eye view of the Lake Palace in Udaipur, Rajasthan. Surprising to find a palace in the centre of a lake, isn't it!
IMAGE: This black-and-white picture of the Udaipur City Palace by Pankaj Singh takes us back in time to the royal era. This palace surely has plenty of stories and beautiful memories hidden behind its doors and windows.
IMAGE: And finally we have Palanki Narayana's picture of idols carved on the outer wall of Chennakeshava temple, Belur, Karnataka.
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