I didn't know you had snow in india but then my husband reminds me of the himalayas! beautiful scenery.
snow in India!! Wow, I guess i'll be always amazed by India.This lake and waterfalls are beautiful.
This is just gorgeous, Kavita! When I think of India, my first thought is of crowded cities but here's the other side. Beautiful!
hey K thanks yar..u r such a sweet friend..wishes to your fmly...
gr8 eye capture.
India is a land of contrasts - from snow to humid heat, from slums to elegant districts, from crowds to isolated pockets of nature.Do fish live in the lakes?
these images are awesome!! i never think of such views when i think of india. the first thing that comes to mind are images of slums and crowded, narrow dirt streets. it's beautiful there.
phir ek bar khobsoorat aour kamal ka post....maza aa gaya.....
Brilliant picturesw. Love the serenity and the zero pollution look.
Thank you so much for dropping by my blog. This place you visited is really beautiful! First blogger I've met from India, and a dental surgeon? Cool! AHhaha, I'm planning to persue medicine too. A-levels will start in August.
Amazing pics and seems you had a rocking time.. Its a blessing to be in the lap of nature.
Thanks for the tour. I feel like coming back from a vacation. So refreshing.
Wonderful snaps,india is beautiful :)
I was not home for 2 days and missed to see these photographs! All the photographs are beautiful, Kavita.
Wow..Superb photos..We feel proud to be Indian.
I can only say that this post should be appreciated for "brilliant piece of photography".The snapshots of "Jang Waterfall" are outstanding. Nature's beauty is captured on camera when it is at its ever best.
Hi Kavita,Thanks for sharing the beautiful nature of the North-east India with us. I feel like flying over there, really!!!But I have a question though,Why wasnt the lake named "Shahrukh Lake"? (He is my fav star :-))
@Yamini....i am glad you asked this question...if you travel by road from bhalukpong to Tawang you will see countless waterfalls....beauty of which can't be described in words..since independence many movie stars have visited here and you are well aware of the good relation water (in many forms pools,shower,lakes,rivers etc)and a bollywood actress share...there are many waterfalls named here after them e.g...Vajyantimala,Begumpara.....and to make this long tedious journey little interesting you will come across sign boards cautioning you like...DHERE CHALO AAGE HELEN KI KAMAR BAL KHA RAHE HAI(meaning a sharp turn is ahead)....but i will pass your sentiments to the local people over there next time i visit.
Hey, thanks a ton Kavita!!That was a storehouse of information and very interesting. After all We Indians eat, drink, sleep, talk, walk movies, ain't it?If you remember, during the making of film Koyla, the place and that lake were well publicised?I feel like packing my bags and catching the next train or plane to the place!!!! :-))
Nice images :)I also wrote something on Tawang recently on my blog...
It was Sikkim re visited for me. Though we did not see some of the places seen by you. Sikkim is quite vast, with the north, south etc and every place is supposed to be beautiful, but to cover all this one needs lots of time.I felt the time spent in Gangtok was a waste of time, instead we could have seen some other interesting place in that time. I really loved Sikkim a lot. Your pictures are all really good. I have been reading all your Sikkim travelogues.