North-East India : A photographic Journey

The Himalayas never fail to impress anyone. As the path trails, the scenic beauty engulfs the traveller. Here are a few pictures from my journey in July 2008.

  • Travel Route : Guwahat – Tejpur – Bomdilla – Tawang – Dirang – Guwahati
  • Duration : 5 days
  • Mode of Travel : A Sports car with a local guide
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Madhuri Lake, or so it is called, ever since Madhuri Dixit Nene visited the place to shoot for the Bollywood movie Koyla
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Bliss! When she came down to Earth, this was her residence.
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The mountains. Salute to the Indian soldiers who camp here to protect the Indian borders
Twin Lakes, Arunachal Pradesh
Another view
Sela Pass, the highest point
View from the Checkpost
Sela Lake, one of the most beautiful lakes in this region. I have taken this picture from the Internet since my camera battery ran out of charge the day we visited Sela Lake, and it would be sheer injustice to the post if I do not have a picture of the most beautiful place visited during the trip
Nuranang Falls, Tawang District, Arunachal Pradesh, India.
An open road and your favourite song, is sometimes the therapy you need
Dirang. A view from the Hotel
Apple orchard at Dirang
A monastery on the road
The monastery inside is as peaceful as the nature outside
Pitcher Plant, Nepenthes truncata
River bank, along the Kaziranga National Park
Canoe ride to the island for the ‘Tiger Safari’
Tent House!
The inside is quite modern, well equipped with a clean bathroom
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Random water-falls on the road

DSC05530.JPGKamakhya Temple, Guwahati

Cannot get enough of the Himalayas?

The Himalayan trail to Spiti Valley

The above link is the photographic journey to the Chandertal Lake in Spiti Valley, Himachal Pradesh.

Do share your thoughts on the beautiful Himalayas! I am keen on hearing from you!


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