India is Incredible... indeed Incredible !!! Don't believe us ? ... just visit our blog & find out for yourself, see for yourself... in.. IMAGES OF INCREDIBLE INDIA !!!! Hundreds of incredible places to visit in India... Mountains, Plains, Deserts, Lakes, Rivers, Sea Beaches, Religious Places, Adventure Sports... You name it & India has it.
One life is only too short to see India in its entirety.

Friday, December 17, 2010

Waterfalls @ Kedarnath

The path to Kedarnath Temple was filled with hundreds of waterfalls.... some seemed to come faling from heaven itself.... here's a glimpse ...

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From Drop Box

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Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Scenic Beauty of the Badrinath/Kedarnath Route

Incredible India, A Scene on the path to Badrinath/Kedarnath

Incredible India, A Scene on the path to Badrinath/Kedarnath

Incredible India, A Scene on the path to Badrinath/Kedarnath

Incredible India, A Scene on the path to Badrinath/Kedarnath

Incredible India, A Scene on the path to Badrinath/Kedarnath

Sunday, September 19, 2010

Chopta, Uttarakhand

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From Images of Incredible India

From Images of Incredible India

While moving from Kedar nath to Badrinath, we take turn from Guptkashi, cross Ukhimath &  head towards Chopta. 2-3 kms before Chopta, we found this beautiful valley at village named Duggal Bittha. We stopped to have our breakfast at this place. We must say the food is very tasty over here. More so, when had on a morning full of fog & mist.

Devprayag : The Other Side of the Confluence

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From Images of Incredible India

From Images of Incredible India

Previous post showed the views of Ganga at Village Byasi, between Rishikesh & Devprayag. These are a few pictures of the Confluence at Devprayag, the tourist guest house & the Hilltop Temple visible from there and another views of River Ganga after crossing Devprayag and moving on to Badrinath / Kedarnath.

Incredible India, Uttarakhand- Mana-The Last Indian Village near Badrinath

Saturday, September 11, 2010

Devprayag- Last Confluence of Ganga Rivulets

Moving on from Rishikesh on way to Devprayag, We reach a small village Byasi. Some breathstopping views of River Ganga were visible, which we captured in our camera.
Here are some images... Devprayag will be our next stop.

Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Rishikesh, The Holy City on the banks of Ganga

Rishikesh is one of the holiest places of the Hindu Religion. This is the place where Ganga touches the plain lands after its arduous journey from the Himalayan peaks.
Anyone having interest in Hindu Religion has to visit Rishikesh.

 This photo series is the first in our journey along the Ganges Trail.

We start from Rishikesh & go upwards in Himalayas till Badrinath & Kedarnath.

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Tuesday, September 7, 2010

The Great Indian Jugaad...

India is Incredible....
There are so many colors in an Indian life, it never stops feeding your thoughts, your imagination... !!! Sometimes, you find India to be incredibly weird also.

Necessity is the mother of invention, & The Great Indian Jugaad is an example of it. Literal meaning of "Jugaad" is : "something functional made out of whatever resources are available".
The above pictures are of a Jugaad as it is popularly known. It is also known as "Maruta" (masculine word for Maruti-the popular car brand) at many places. In Haryana hinterlands, its also called "Bhoond", a variant of Haryanvi word "Bhoonda" -meaning "Bad Faced".

Howsoever bad names it might have earned, it is an example of solid will power of rural Indian folk, who have to live on.. despite the shortage of money, technical support, advanced technology, etc etc. Made from the water pump, Jugaad is the most popular, most workable & one of the most successful transport vehicles of rural India. This is an original example of Indian Ingenuity, which has bloomed in recent times after finding the right environment in the shape of IT revolution.

Sunday, September 5, 2010

Kerala: Mannar

Here are some beautiful pics from the Southern End of Incredible India... Mannar, Kerala. No need to say much, the pics themselves speak for the incredible beauty of the place... (photos contributed by Sachin Verma)

Friday, September 3, 2010

A Village on the banks of River Yamuna

Beauty is in abundance in India. You just pick your camera, aim it anywhere & just click. It is bound to come back with a beautiful picture. These pics were taken during journey through a small village on the banks of River Yamuna, on the border of Haryana & Uttar Pradesh states.
A watered field, Trees on the roadside forming a cave like view and A bulging River Yamuna looking like a sea on a rainy day.

Sunday, August 22, 2010

The Giri Ganga Temple, Khara Pathar, Himachal

So here are the pics from the Giri Ganga Temple. This dates back to Mahabharat Age, i.e. approx 5500 years ago. Beleived to be built by Maharishi Ved Vyas as told by the local priest, This shrine is full of peace. Far far away from the maddening world, situated on the banks of Giri Ganga river, Surrounded by the thick deodar jungles, 100% pure peace awaits you here. You suddenly feel like meditating to rise above mortality. in winters, this entire space is filled with snow. An overwhelmingly peaceful place, very highly recommended by us if you are seeking a break.

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