Your travel photos: Leh, Ladakh and more
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.
Here we feature some more photographs readers sent in, all of them taking in the scenic beauty of Rajasthan. Check them out!
First up, Jignesh Solanki sends this photograph of the Baralacha La pass taken when he travelled from Manali to Ladakh by road in July 2009.
"Located in the Greater Himalayas at an altitude of 15,500 ft, it is the source of the rivers Chandra and Bhaga," he says.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org (subject line: 'My travel pic'), along with your name, the name of the place, a short description of the photograph, when you visited and what you liked most about the place. We'll feature the best pics right here of rediff.com.
Meenal Falls, Rajasthan
Amber Fort, Rajasthan
Here J Gupta shares this photo of the Amber Fort in Rajasthan.
Karthikeyan shares this pic "taken during our recent trip to Vythri, Kerala".
Athirapally Falls, Kerala
Chanduri Vishwa Manoj sends in a few photos from his travels to some of India's most beautiful places.
First is this photo taken at the awesome Athirapally Falls.
To Leh, J&K
Here he sends in a breathtaking view he witnessed on his journey to Leh.
Munnar certainly is a favourite judging by the number of photos we have received of this little tea town, and we simply cannot get enough of the fresh green slopes.
And finally, here Hari Chandan Mantripragada sends this picture of the sunset over Powai lake in Mumbai.
"This picture was shot from inside the IIT Powai campus. Among other things, the lake is one of the most scenic spots on the IIT campus and is a frequent visiting place of students, faculty, staff and families alike. This particular picture was shot in 2005."