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    All Alone

    All Alone

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    A lonely fisherman setting up the nets at Azhiyar Dam, Pollachi even as the rising Sun is painting the waters with its orange flames.
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    Beautifully Cornered

    Beautifully Cornered

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    There is no parallel to these anywhere in the world. The marvellous architecture and stupendous craftsmanship seen in Belur and Halebid temples cannot be described in words and has rightfully been referred to by many authors as "poetry in stone". One of the true aspects to the beauty of these temples is the manner in which the corners have been sculpted. There are many images at Belur and Halebidu where two shapes merge into one corner, a unique architectural marvel. In this picture at Helebidu Hoysaleshwara Temple, you see Yalis (mythical creatures with the head of lion and the body of elephant seen in most South Indian temples) lined up on either side of the corner.
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    Birth of a River

    Birth of a River

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    Thoovanam Falls is on the Pambar river in Kerala, visible when full from the road to Munnar. One can see the origins of the river all the way to the horizon. The mist on the valley has marked the path beautifully.
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    Camel Caravan

    Camel Caravan

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    A busy caravan route on the desert.
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    Camel Caravan

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    Casual Stroll

    Casual Stroll

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    No other animal feels as confident as a Tiger in the presence of humans. Here is an example of how casual it can stroll across right in front of a jeep load of people without batting an eye lid. This was caught in a sanctuary near Nagpur in Madhyapradesh.
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    Charan

    Charan

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    Gommateshwara a monolith statue of Bahubali located at Shravanabelagola is an important Jain pilgrimage center. Several thousands of pilgrims from across the country and abroad visit the place all around the year. Located on top of a hill pilgrims climb 600 steps to have a darshan of Bahubali and Charan Sparsh ( touch the gigantic feet of the statue ) and seek blessings.
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    Early to Rise

    Early to Rise

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    A man leading a laden camel to the market in the early hours of the morning.
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    Early to Rise

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    Gaja Bala

    Gaja Bala

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    Somnathpura a remnant of Hoyasala architecture built in 12th century is well known for it beautiful sculptures. The temple is built on an elevated star shaped platform. The sides of the raised platform are decorated with richly carved friezes, portraying rows of cavalry, elephants and scenes from the epics. The sculptures are very beautiful with expressive details that one can see in this stone elephant bearing that huge load on its head. It is unfortunate to see many portions of this broken perhaps during invasions although the structure is still intact through several centuries.
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    Gaja Bala

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    Gandharva Shilabalike

    Gandharva Shilabalike

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    The Belur and Halebidu temples built during the Hoyasala Dynasty between 11-13th century are among the finest pieces of craftsmanship on stones. Most popular feature of Belur Chennakesava Temple is its Shilabalike female figures of different dance forms. They represent beautiful damsels in various moods representing feminine charm and grace. Each of the 4 central pillars in the hall bear a Shilabalike. The picture depicts one of them Gandharva Shilabalike distinctly wearing a series of bangles.
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    Gandharva Shilabalike

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    Hard and Soft

    Hard and Soft

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    Hard granite holding against the soft clouds at the valley onlooking Top Station in Munnar.
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    Hard and Soft

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    Heavenly Grace

    Heavenly Grace

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    The Hoysala temples are known for minute & intricate carvings and sculptures. Somnathpura temple was built in 1268AD on the banks of river Cauvery. One of the main highlights of this temple is the outer walls with beautiful carvings. There are images of deities decorated with heavy jewellery, bangles on every arm, towering crowns and anklets.
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    Heavenly Grace

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    Her Haveli

    Her Haveli

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    A pretty girl from a Haveli in Rajasthan, waiting to meet some one.
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    Her Haveli

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    Hoysaleshwara Grandeur

    Hoysaleshwara Grandeur

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    Hoysaleshwara temple is a stunning masterpiece dedicated to Hindu God Shiva. It was built in Halebidu during the rule of King Vishnuvardhana of the Hoysala Empire in the 12th century. The Hoysaleshwara temple is most well known for its beautiful exclusive sculptures that run all along the outer wall with intricate details. There are more than a thousand figures all along the walls of the temple. One can see scenes from the Mahabharata and Ramayana on the walls of these temples.
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    Hoysaleshwara Grandeur

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    Iconic Belur

    Iconic Belur

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    Belur Chennakesava temple is an exemplary relic from the 12th century. A temple in use for over 800 years and protected by multiple kingdoms is adorned by some of the most exquisite carvings on soft stone. Here is a symmetrical view of the wonderful Belur temple with the mysterious free standing pillar in the middle of the courtyard.
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    Iconic Belur

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    Indian Canyon

    Indian Canyon

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    Gandikota in Andra Pradesh, has all the characteristics of the Grand Canyon. The deep gorges and loose stones piled in stacks seem to take us to the USA. Here is the view of the Pennar river flowing next to Gandikota fort in the early hours of morning.
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    Indian Canyon

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    Inevitable Orangeade

    Inevitable Orangeade

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    The glow of sunset through the trees is always a dazzling scene to watch. The pictures denote the natural beauty of sunset at Bhandipur Forest in Western Ghats. The silhouettes formed due to the lighting adds a touch of excellence to the image. The orange brilliance across the sky standing out in the background of trees lasts only for those precious few minutes before the light finally diminishes.
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    Inevitable Orangeade

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    Jezebel

    Jezebel

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    Common Jezebel is one of the most colorful butterflies in India. The combination of bright yellow and orange on the lower wings of the Common Jezebel makes the butterfly look very beautiful. These butterflies generally rest on high branches of tall trees and come down only to hunt for nectar like this one.
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    Jezebel

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    Kalyani

    Kalyani

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    Bhoga Nandeeshawara Temple (located at the base of Nandi Hills) is one of the oldest temples of Karnataka, dating back to the early 9th century. The temple was under the patronage of successive dynasties and one can see the different style architectural additions in this temple. The beautiful Kalyani (Temple tank) depicted in this picture was built during the Vijayanagar empire. The temple is protected as a monument of national importance by the Archaeological Survey of India.
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    Kalyani

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    King of the Jungle

    King of the Jungle

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    No animal demonstrates as much confidence in the jungle as the Elephant. Very few animals would even dare to challenge the Tuskers, let alone human beings. When it has a family to protect, the Tusker assumes a threatening pose to anyone who appears to be bothering it. Made use of the jungle road in BR Hills to take the focus on to the tusker. The jungle all around the Tusker adds the required ambience.
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    King of the Jungle

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    Lasting Narratives

    Lasting Narratives

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    The Belur and Halebidu temples built during the Hoyasala Dynasty between 11-13th century are among the finest pieces of craftsmanship on stones. These everlasting sculptures are chiselled in soapstone that allow the carvings to be very fine and allow the surfaces to be finished smooth. The picture depicts the stone sculpture of a man fighting a lion, found at the entrance of Sri Chennakeshava Temple at Belur which is the Royal Emblem of the Hoyasala Dynasty.
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    Lasting Narratives

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    Layers

    Layers

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    The mist over the valley at the Top Station, Munnar just added the required colors to separate the layers of mountains. The Blue sky also made sure that the layers are further separated by various shades of cyan color cast on distant mountains.
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    Layers

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    Mirrored Infinity

    Mirrored Infinity

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    The Amruteshwara temple located close to Shimoga in Karnataka was built in 11th century during the Hoyasala dynasty. The rows of shining lathe turned pillars that support the ceiling of the open mantapa in this temple is a marvelous structure and leaves one wondering how did they do this symmetrical perfection in those days. The detail intricate ornamental carving are a remarkable feature of Hoyasala art and craftsmanship.
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    Mirrored Infinity

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    Peacock Dance

    Peacock Dance

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    When the Peacock opens its feathers to perform the heavenly dance, the viewers are sent into a trance by the hundred mysterious eyes staring back at you. It is one of the most beautiful displays of nature.
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    Peacock Dance

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    Peeping THrough

    Peeping THrough

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    A great feeling of elation overcomes your mind when you see the fresh morning light trying to break through the thick mist. The vast open lands with trees in between provides an ideal setting for enhancing this view. This is what you see at Munnar in the mornings.
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    Peeping THrough

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    Road to Heaven

    Road to Heaven

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    The winding road through the tea gardens of Munnar seem to take us to some ecstatic location on the other side of the mountain. The play of light and shadow and smooth shapes of the gardens with a lonely tree makes the whole scene picturesque.
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    Road to Heaven

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    Roaring Waters

    Roaring Waters

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    Hogenakal Falls is a waterfall in South India on the river Kaveri. The word Hogenakal is formed of two Kannada words hoge and kal. When the water falls on the rocks it appears as if hoge (smoke) is emanating from the top of the kal (rock) because of the force of the water, hence Hogenakkal (smoking rocks). With its fame for medicinal baths and hide boat rides, it is a major site of tourist attraction. At Hogenakkal, the Kaveri river drops and creates numerous waterfalls as the water cuts through the rocky terrain. This beautiful scenario was captured during the month of September soon after the monsoon season and plenty of water roaring through the rocks.
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    Roaring Waters

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    Rocks and Rocks

    Rocks and Rocks

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    The whole of the Hampi area is like a pile of rocks shaken out of a large hill. The rocks somehow seem to have fallen into position and have been remaining there for hundreds of years. Here is a view of the rocks and the Hampi village from the Malayavantha Raghunatha temple.
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    Rocks and Rocks

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    Somnathpur Pillars

    Somnathpur Pillars

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    The main hall of the Chennakesava temple at Somnathpur built 700 years back still in perfect shape.
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    Somnathpur Pillars

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    Sun Bathed

    Sun Bathed

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    Follow the path amidst the Sun-bathed tea gardens at Munnar for total enlightenment. The Sunlight just seems to be oozing over the edges to fill the tea gardens with its warmth.
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    Sun Bathed

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    Temple Corridor

    Temple Corridor

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    The outer corridors of the Bhoga Nandeeswara Temple at Nandi Hills near Bangalore.
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    Temple Corridor

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    The Endeavour of Lights

    The Endeavour of Lights

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    Mysore Palace is a priceless national treasure and the pride of Karnataka. The Mysore Maharaja Palace is the seat of the famed Wodeyar Maharaja's of Mysore. The Mysore Palace illuminated with 98,260 bulbs, shimmering against an inky black night is one of the most enduring images of the city.
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    The Endeavour of Lights

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    Touching the Sky

    Touching the Sky

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    As you go up in altitude, the sky seems to bend down to invite you. The clouds walk in front of you. The sky takes darker hues. The Sun seems brighter than ever. The mist is rising and merging into the clouds as the Sun heats them up. Here is a similar scene from Munnar.
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    Touching the Sky

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    Trees on the Edge

    Trees on the Edge

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    The view of the valley from Top Station, Munnar is one of the most exciting. The amount of mist filling the valley depends on several atmospheric conditions that changes from day-to-day. Once the Sun comes up, the mist becomes lighter and starts moving upward, covering the entire mountain reducing visibility to near-zero. The three trees on the edge provides the required isolation between the mist and the tea gardens.
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    Trees on the Edge

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    Virupaksha

    Virupaksha

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    The Virupaksha temple is one of the oldest temples dating back to the 7th sanctuary. It has seen large dynasties like the Vijayanagar dynasty come and go. It is still being used every day for worship. Here the main entrance of the Virupaksha temple has been framed by another structure on the Hemakuta hills.
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    Virupaksha

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    Wheel of Architecture

    Wheel of Architecture

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    The Sun Temple of Konark in Orissa is famous for its distinctive architecture. Built in the 13th century by the Eastern Ganga dynasty, the Sun Temple was conceived as a gigantic chariot of the Sun God with twelve pairs of exquisitely ornamented wheels pulled by seven horses. The spokes of the wheels also serve as sundials and the shadows cast by these can give the precise time of the day. Each wheel has a diameter of 9 feet 9 inches with 8 spokes.
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    Wheel of Architecture

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    When dark clouds hover

    When dark clouds hover

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    People are flocking the Hanuman Temple on Hemakuta Hills, at Hampi. The dark clouds seem to spell an omen on the spirits of people driving them to visit temples and seek blessings.
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    When dark clouds hover

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    When time stood still

    When time stood still

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    The marooned boat seems to have become as still as the rock, the temple and the time.
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    When time stood still

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    Where lines meet

    Where lines meet

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    The Stepwell of Hampi must have been the perfect place to run into a friend and have a conversation. Her is how it would have looked in the distant past.
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    Where lines meet

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    Wild Waters

    Wild Waters

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    The Kabini back waters with mist standing heavily over the water gets painted by the Sun while the trees holding birds stand as silhouettes.
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    Wild Waters

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