Your travel pics: The vibrant hues of India
We invited readers to send in their favourite travel pic -- that one photograph that perfectly captures the beauty of a place they visited. And we have been inundated with stunning pics of every corner of this beautiful country. We would like to thank readers for the tremendous response. Keep those pics coming!
Here we publish some more photographs we received.
First up is this pic of Chidiya Tapu, Port Blair, Andaman Islands sent in by Rajesh Kumar Dora.
"We went there in January 2009. This point is the southern most point of Port Blair," he shares.
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We visited North Sikkim in October 2009," says Vijay Bhadani. "This photograph was taken along the road to Zero Point (near the India-China border). The flags highlight the presence of Buddhist culture around that area; and the snow-covered Himalayas form the background."
Vijay also send in this pic of a a protected bamboo forest in Dang, Gujarat.
"We visited in 2004 just after the rains. The photograph was taken just before entering the forest."
Rohtang Pass, Himachal Pradesh
Solang Valley, Himachal Pradesh
Namdroling Monastery, Karnataka
Next is Dipanjan's picture of the Namdroling Monastery, Kushalnagar, Coorg.
"This place has one of the biggest Tibetan settlements in India," he says. "Absolute colourful splendour!"