Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Tehri Garhwal


Dinesh Singh Pundir (Near Pilakhi, across Bhilangana River, Tehri Garhwal, Uttarakhand)
Terrace fields across the Bhilangana River, Tehri Garhwal, full with water of Tehri Dam, near Pilakhi, ready with paddy (rice) crop to be harvested, enhancing the beauty of the area like the mother earth has been garlanded / decorated with gold ornaments. Taken from moving TGMOU Ltd. Bus, while going to Chirbatiya,
Advisory: Please keep Himalayan regions free from all kind of plastic garbage / neat and clean so that our future generations can also enjoy its beauty.
25th of September, 2017
#india #bharat #nature #hindustan #mountains #river #tehri #garhwal #himalayas #uttarakhand

Monday, October 2, 2017

Shnongpdeng Village, Meghalaya


Andy Pariat - "The crystal clear waters of Umngot River
Taken from the Suspension bridge.
Crystal clear from the Month of November to February 
Location : Shnongpdeng Village (8 kms from DAWKI)
Meghalaya, India 
EXIF : F/7.1 | 1/60 sec | ISO 100 | FL 19mm
Date take : 10th January 2017"
#india #bharat #nature #hindustan #meghalaya #village

Friday, September 22, 2017

Hanle river

Chandramohan BV
"Bird eye view of Hanle river, Hanle village and the astounding Himalayan range in the Hanle valley as seen from the Hanle Monastery built in 17 century. Hanle river, a short left bank tributary of the Indus River, originates from the northern slopes of the Zanskar range in eastern Ladakh of Jammu and Kashmir. The main stream of the Hanle is formed by two streams, which in turn originates from the glaciers. This stream, which flows towards the north, joins the Indus River near Loma. Hanle has played a major role in shaping the topography of the catchment of the river. Its area is devoid of human habitation as well as vegetation Hanle, June 2017" #Hanle #Himalaya #RiversofIndia #Ladakh #India

Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Mawlynnong Village


Mawlynnong, a small village in the East Khasi Hills of Meghalaya. This place has been awarded the prestigious tag of 'Cleanest Village in Asia' in 2003'

Populated along side of India-Bangladesh Border, one can climb man made bamboo bridges to see the fine view of neighbor country...matter of fact one should climb those bamboo bridges not only to get the best views but also to get the thrill of human art .. these bridges are really high and goes deep through the branches of solid high trees leading to the deep gorge below .
December 2016, PC - Rajesh Singh
#india #bharat #nature #hindustan #meghalaya

Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Janailar Waterfall, Meghalaya


Janailar Waterfall, Cherrapunji, Meghalaya, India 
16 September 2017 (Photographer - Andy Pariat)
Device : Sony a6000 | 10-18mm sony lens
F/14 | 15 sec | ISO 100 | CPL | GND | ND 10 stop
#india #bharat #nature #hindustan #meghalaya #waterfall

Saturday, June 24, 2017

Indian grey hornbill (Ocyceros birostris)

PC - Harshad Joshi

Indian grey hornbill (Ocyceros birostris) is a common hornbill found on the Indian subcontinent. It is mostly arboreal and is commonly sighted in pairs. It has grey feathers all over the body with a light grey or dull white belly. The horn is black or dark grey with a casque extending to the point of curvature of the horn. It is one of the few hornbill species found in urban areas in many cities where they are able to make use of large trees in avenues.

Monday, May 22, 2017

Rufous bellied woodpecker


The rufous-bellied woodpecker or rufous-bellied sapsucker (Dendrocopos hyperythrus) is a species of bird in the family Picidae. This woodpecker has a habit of making a series of small pits on the bark of trees leading to its being considered an Asiatic member of the sapsuckers in the past. It is found along the Himalayas in the Indian subcontinent and Southeast Asia, ranging across Bangladesh, Bhutan, Cambodia, Hong Kong, India, North Korea, South Korea, Myanmar, Nepal. @ Mandal, Uttarakhand, March 2017.
PC - Vivek Raut
#india #bharat #nature #birds #uttarakhand #mandal