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Anita Aikara/Rediff.com shares pics from her travel to the Andaman Islands.
IMAGE: The statue of former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi throwing a garland out to the sea at Port Blair.
Whoever said that it is a bad idea to visit the Andaman Islands in August, needs to rethink. Travelling during the monsoon can actually be a great idea. There will be less tourists, hotels will be cheaper and it is that time of the year when you'll see such a beautiful overcast sky.
IMAGE: The Cellular Jail all lit up for the light and sound show.
IMAGE: The walls of the Cellular Jail (or Kala Pani) bear witness to the horror stories and torture faced by Indian freedom fighters.
IMAGE: You will be transported back in time as you take a walk through the wings of the Cellular Jail.
IMAGE: The room where freedom fighter Veer Savarkar spent his time.
IMAGE: It has some amazing beaches.
IMAGE: The clear waters of the island are perfect for snorkeling and scuba diving.
IMAGE: Of beaches and blue waters! The Andamans offer the ideal undisturbed serenity.
IMAGE: The beautiful beaches are home to some lovely marine life.
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