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#IndiaPhotos: Time for reflection

November 26, 2015 18:14 IST
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Readers have been sharing their best travel images from around the country here!

You can share your best #India-Photos too!

Presenting our latest in the series: 

beauty of the wilderness

The still water serves as a mirror reflecting the beauty of the wilderness, as a farmer looks on.   

Photograph: Vaibhav Rege

Sharad Mahel in Bhuj, Kutch, Gujarat

Bat-filled tree: Meet the winged creatures of Sharad Baug Palace in Bhuj, Gujarat.

Photograph: Tejas Rathod

Jang, Arunachal Pradesh

The sun sets behind the clouds at Jang, Arunachal Pradesh.

Photograph: Sarba Nasker 

Andaman Islands

A mangrove forest in Andaman Islands invites you to take a dip in the waters below. 

Photograph: Abhijit Dutta 

Old Silk Route at Thambi View Point, East Sikkim

The clouds descend on the Old Silk Route at Thambi View Point, East Sikkim.

Photograph: Probir Ghose

Bhedaghat, Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh

Set off on a mythical journey at Bhedaghat, Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh.

Photograph: Renu Phull

Himalayan range on the way to Rohtang Pass

A view of the breathtaking scenery on the way to Rohtang Pass.

Photograph: Sanjeeb Kumar Pradhan

Qutub Minar

The red sandstone tower of Qutub Minar stands tall

Photograph: Rajesh Patel 

Lotus (Bahai) Temple

Witness the remarkable architecture of the Lotus (Bahai) Temple.

Photograph: Rajesh Patel 

Belur Math

An architectural wonder, the majestic Belur Math in its splendour.

Photograph: Amitava Chakraborthy.  

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