BOUQUET OF SPLENDOUR

Most Of India is Scorching with temperatures ranging  well over 40 degrees Centigrade ( 104 degrees Fahrenheit).

Am treating myself and all the readers to the Cool and Wonderful Splendour of the Himalayas while  The Indian Sub Contintent sizzles in preparation for the arrival of The Monsoons. ( translated for the uninitiated it means Bushels of Rains or the Rainy Season)

Presenting a Bouquet of the Splendour of Sun and Shadow in the Himalalyas.

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The  Willows add the touch of colour

The Grassland in the foreground adds to  the Beauty of the Snow Clad Mountains.

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Golden Grass 

Parched Indian Plains seek Dense Clouds laden with Moisture.

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Clouds over the Peaks

Where else will you find such an Enchanting Bouquet of Splendour but in Ladakh,India.

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mukul chand

51 year old entrepreneur who has traveled extensively around the world for work and pleasure , is based in New Delhi, India. A passionate traveler born with a love for flora and fauna, is an active naturalist and amateur photographer. Here he shares his unique insight into Incredible India revealing its mysterious and exotic treasures. Writing from his heart he shares his experiences as he crisscrosses this vast and amazing land.

21 thoughts on “BOUQUET OF SPLENDOUR”

  1. True, Mukul. Rest of India is in the midst of a heat wave. Especially, Chennai. Could not go out after 10 in the morning. Could venture out late after 7 in the evening. I wish I were there with you. Keep Going

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  2. Hot and dust! and 40 degrees… I hope you are in cool and not outside… I can’t imagine how it is… But as you mentioned, to be in Himalaya should be so nice. Beautiful photographs, every just watching them make you feel good. Thank you, Have a nice new week, Love, nia

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    1. Thank you Nia, wish a great Week ahead too.
      Yes I do remain Indoors in an air conditioned environment as far as possible.But all in my country are not able to do so and many Fall ill and even die do to high temperatures.

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  3. wonderfull, this snow in the mountains – while you talk of the heat. We have a cold few days at present, maybe a few snow flakes in the morning, and I hope it ewill soon be over. Me and the plants are waiting for the real spring now finally to come.

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