Happy World Photography Day.
Nature is alluring and the best example to explore this fact is Northeast India i.e. Land of The Seven Sisters. The place is full of incredible things and unique spectacular landscape and culture. Presenting a few of them in this series as a part of World Photography Day.
Image 1 – A Floating Park
The largest freshwater lake in Northeast India and it is the world’s only Floating National Park with circular floating swamps called as ‘phumdis’. Rich in biodiversity, ecology, flora and fauna. It’s really amazing to see the land with houses floating on water which needs to be preserved to mitigate the serious environmental concerns.
Location: National Floating Park, Bishnupur, Manipur.
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Image 13 – A Woman
She is a Woman. She is a mother, daughter, wife and sister but first of all, she is a person who is strong, smart, crafty, passionate, courageous, generous. She is action, emotion, devotion. She has hope, beauty, power and knowledge. She gives us life, she gives us respect, love, gratitude, she believes in us. She will nurture us, fight for us and she deserves nothing less from us. She is a Woman.
Image 12 – Tiger-Tiger
What of the hunting, hunter bold?
Brother, the watch was long and cold.
What of the quarry did you go to kill?
Brother, the crops in the jungle still.
Where is the power that made you pride?
Brother, it ebbs from my flank and side.
Image 10 – Base of Champasar Glacier
Cold water rushes over sand through banks so green splits the land and originates from the top of Great Himalayas.
Life is like a River. Let it hurt, let it bleed, let it heal and let it go!
Location: Yamunotri, Uttarakhand
Image 9 – King Cobra
The World’s Longest Venomous snake also called as Hamadryad means a nymph who lives in a tree and dies when the tree dies. This species of snake is normally peaceful and avoids interaction with other habitats. But becomes highly aggressive if someone tries to mess with their habitat. A perfect example of loyalty and aggressiveness.
Image 8 – धम्मचक्र प्रर्वतन दिन
62 Years of Transformation gave an identity as a human being by fighting many battles like Mahad and this struggle magnified with the teaching of liberty, equality and fraternity.
“The teachings of Buddha are eternal, but even then Buddha did not proclaim them to be infallible” – Dr. B. R. Ambedkar
Location: Mahad, Chavdar Lake