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Bhuntar, Himachal Pradesh, India
Thursday, October 19, 2017
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Himachal Pradesh

Mooing the grass.

In villages and small towns across India as well as many cities cows continue to keep the grass in check.

The 18th state.

Huddle under umbrellas and makeshift tents a crowd gathers to watch minister Sujan Singh Pathania unfurl the tricolour at the Dhalpur grounds in the town of Kullu.

In the shade of structural engineering.

Silhouetted against an early evening sun, the Bhuntar-Manali bypass bridge makes for a framed picture of new age structural engineering in Hatithan, Bhuntar.

Misty valley.

A spell of rain turns a Himalayan gorge into a traveller's delight at the Beas View Guest House in Himachal Pradesh, India.

Chhatru under a Himalayan sky.

Illuminated by the fading light of the sun, Chhatru's lonely landscape with its intoxicating mix of earth and sky makes for a romantic portrait of the Himalayan highlands on a bitter cold evening in the month of April

Deadly beauty.

Mesmerizing one moment. Menacing the next. Surviving  high up in the Himalayan highlands has little to do with luck and more about understanding the very nature of nature

The eternal glaciers of Chhatru.

Photographer Rahul Sud writes of his experience in an isolated part of the world known as Chhatru in Himachal Pradesh, India.

Following the footsteps of Buddha.

Monastic life can be harsh and disciplined, but for many impoverished families unable to provide the right care for their children monasteries are heaven sent especially when they also mean divine blessings for the parents

Summer interrupted.

In the month of April, when the North Indian plains burn with summer heat, Bhuntar in Himachal Pradesh, seldom stays hot for long. Unpredictable but short thunder showers, act cohesively to keep the temperature in check.

Bustling when not sleeping.

From obscure origins to a thriving town, explore the metamorphosis of Bhuntar - an unheard of mid size town in Himachal Pradesh, India.