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Your travel photos: India's charming beauty

Last updated on: February 22, 2010 18:46 IST

Your travel photos: India's charming beauty

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We invited readers to send in their favourite travel pic -- that one photograph that perfectly captures the beauty of a place they visited.

Here we publish some more responses we received. Share yours!

First, Ratheesh R Nath from sends in this photograph.

"The elephant is named Guruvayoor Ganeshan from the famous elephant santuary at Guruvayoor, Kerala," he says. "The picture was taken as the the mahoot waters him down."


Do you have a photograph that perfectly captures the beauty of a place -- of a breathtaking peak or a picture-perfect seashore? Share it with the world. Simply send in your photograph (original photos only) to getahead@rediff.co.in with the subject 'My travel pic', along with your name, the name of the place and a short description of the photograph, when you visited and what you liked most about the place and we'll feature the best pics right here of rediff.com!

 

 



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Betalbatim beach, Goa

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Next, Ashwini Kumar Prasad shares this photograph taken at Betalbatim beach in Goa.

The beach is popularly known as 'sunset beach' and is located in South Goa.



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Vijaydurg Fort, Maharashtra

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Amey Pandit shares ths pic of the Vijaydurg Fort, along the Konkan coast.

He visited the fort in December 2008 adn describe it as "a scenic and peaceful place with MTDC resorts, great food and nice weather."

 


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Kempty Falls, Uttarakhand

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I took this snap of Kempty Falls in Mussoorie, Uttarakhand when I was vacationing in December 2009 with my wife Preethi," says Babu Sreenath

The waterfall is located 15 kms from Mussoorie and is a breathtaking view as the water falls from an altitude of about 40 feet and splits further into five-six streams.

 


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Guwahati, Assam

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Swarupananda Saikia sends in a photograph of the Brahmaputra river in Guwahati, Assam. Taken in April 2007, she says "This place is near our home and we visit quite often for our evening walk. During spring season, this place looks amazing!"
 


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Munnar, Kerala

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Jigesh Shah sends in this pic of a view of the lake in Munnar. "The green of the tea gardens just blends into the blue of the lake water."


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Borra Caves, Andhra Pradesh

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The Borra Caves are located on the east coast of India, in the Ananthagiri hills of the Araku valley of the Visakhapatnam district in Andhra Pradesh," shares Prasenjit Ghosh.

The caves are one of the largest in the country, and are at an elevation of about 705 m (2,313 ft).



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Sum, Rajasthan

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Dharmendra sends in this photo from his trip to a place called Sum near Jaisalmer, Rajasthan.

"It's one of the perfect locations in India and the sand dunes have a beauty of their own. I went there in July 2006 but must say it was the experience of a lifetime."

 


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Pabanasam Dam, Tamil Nadu

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Satheesh Kumar Subramanian took this photo when he visisted the Agasthiyar falls which is 15kms from Pabanasam and 40 kms from Tirunelveli.

"To reach the Agasthiyar falls you need to travel 15 kms in the hills and you have to cross the lake by boat for 2 kms.
The place was very beautiful surrounded by mountains and lakes," he says.

 


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Guru Dongmar, Sikkim

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I visited Sikkim in May 2009," shares Abhilash Mana. "The lake that is seen in the picture is Guru Dongmar, 17,000 ft above sea level, in North Sikkim. It's a full-day journey from Gangtok, and one must stay overnight in a village called Lachen, and leave by 4am to the lake the next day to get there by 8am.

"The place is pristine as compared to most other tourist spots in India and we loved the tranquil beauty and pindrop silence."



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