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Bijit Sharma
A Traveller. A Blogger. A Photographer.
A Traveller. A Blogger. A Photographer.
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How far can 1310 rupees take you on an Indian Railway track? Very far, right? With an unreserved ticket, you can travel the circumference of the country but on the Darjeeling Himalayan Railway you travel a mere 14 kilometres. Yet the ever lasting experience you get is worth every penny.

http://www.roadsandtracks.com/darjeeling-himalayan-railway/
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It was February 11, 2018 and we woke up at 3:30 in the morning. We left our hotel at 4 o’ clock and found that our driver had parked the car just outside the hotel entrance. It was very cold and we were shivering like anything. As we entered the car, we saw two girls sitting on the front seat.

http://www.roadsandtracks.com/tiger-hill-sunrise-lifetime/
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The Padmaja Naidu Himalayan Zoological Park, more commonly known as the Darjeeling Zoo, at an attitude of about 7000 feet is the largest high altitude zoo in India. This is also where you find many Himalayan animals; a few among them, endangered. It was February 10, 2018 and we reached the Darjeeling zoo at about 1:30 in the afternoon. Our driver parked the car on the main street and told us that we need to walk up to the zoo. We started the short climb and on the way had jhal moori to subside our hunger as we had no plans to have proper lunch in our time constraint schedule. There were a few stalls selling souvenirs and other eatables on the right and on the left were the zoo premises.

http://www.roadsandtracks.com/darjeeling-zoo/
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It was 4:45 pm and the sun was still high up in the sky. So, light would not be an issue for at least an hour, I knew. We parked our motor cycle under a tree by the side of the old village church and I took out my camera.

http://www.roadsandtracks.com/child-photography-exploring-dim-dima/
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I was on a trip to my home on April 14, 2018 and had to board my train from Cooch Behar. The train was late by an hour and I was feeling hungry. So, I decided to have my lunch at an authentic Bengali restaurant and hired a rickshaw to reach the Cooch Behar Hotel. It was while on the way that I saw this amazing palace. The Cooch Behar Rajbari stunned me beyond expectation.

http://www.roadsandtracks.com/cooch-behar-rajbari/

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It was September 2017 and I was home during the Durga Puja holidays. One day we decided to visit the Dhola–Sadiya Bridge, recently unveiled by the Prime Minister. This bridge is located in the district of Tinsukia (Assam). It is 9.15 km (5.69 miles) in length and is currently the longest bridge in India.

http://www.roadsandtracks.com/longest-bridge-india-evening/

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It felt great that our Short Trip to Rajabhatkhawa ended the exact way I wanted. When I first got my Camera, I didn’t think Portrait Photography would be such amazing. It was my trip to a picturesque forest village named Lepchakha in December 2017 that I realised the beauty of Portraits.

http://www.roadsandtracks.com/portrait-photography-kids/

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Once while we were returning from our Jayanti Forest Safari that Saurav told me about the beauty of Toy Cars. He said that Toy Car Photography is an awesome genre and asked me to look at creative ways to Toy Car Photography on Instagram. He added that Toy Cars would look great if photographed in the narrow road leading up to the jungle.

http://www.roadsandtracks.com/toy-car-photography-at-rajabhatkhawa/

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The morning began with a bowl full of Maggi at Top Tea House, a small but popular tea stall at Alipurduar town. After that, Mr. Bhaskar Roy, Saurav and I started for Rajabhatkhawa on a motorcycle. Rajabhatkhawa, though one of the weirdest names a place seemed to have got, has actual historical significance.

http://www.roadsandtracks.com/short-trip-to-rajabhakhawa/

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I was in love with Alipurduar since the first time I stepped into this small town. Alipurduar town and the nearby getaways provided tremendous opportunities for nature lovers like us. But it’s not always easy to travel with your camera, more so if you are on an official trip.

http://www.roadsandtracks.com/evening-trip-to-dima/

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