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Exploring the unexplored : Sat taal near Harsil in Gangotri valley

Himalayas are filled with glacial lakes, actually a lot of them at various altitudes and in different sizes. All of them have their own distinct beauty. Their are many lakes which are single and many others attached to a single system. Many are mystical and a lot mythical as well. So having seen most majestic high […]

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World Environment Day: Where even the source is threatened

How often when we talk  talk of polluing rivers we discuss about the ways big cities are pushing their dirt into it. While talking about rivers, we cherish, how pure the rivers are at their source and then get polluted down the stream. In that sense, it was indeed painful to see the source of […]

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Faith sees no fear at Yamunotri

Rubbing your shoulders against the ponies, fear of being hit by wooden sticks protubering out of palakis (पालकी), getting squeezed between rush of pilgrims on one side and rocky hillside on the other and a long tiring journey–nothing deters you from your faith that drives you to reach the Yamunotri temple on the foothills of Kalind mountain. Here […]

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Photo of the day- Taj and the Yamuna

Monsoon rains in the Himalayan region has brought the life into rivers in plains. View of Taj Mahal at Agra  is entirely different once you see it from Mahtab Bagh side with Yamuna flowing in between. You don’t get this panoramic view anywhere else. It has been pleasant viewing in last few days…  

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Photo of the Day- The Indian Monsoon

A cow crossing a river in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, overflowing during the monsoon rains.

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The Beauty of Rhine

The Rhine with its 1,321 kilometers is the longest and most important waterway of Europe. There is a good reason why the residents of the Upper Rhine Valley also lovingly call it “Father Rhine.”  The broad river – which starts in the Swiss Alps and digs its way through Europe to the North Sea coast […]

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