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Sumit Sen
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Birder, sometime banker, conservationist, author and wildlife photographer.
Birder, sometime banker, conservationist, author and wildlife photographer.

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Holi
Songs are an integral part of the The Festival of Holi.
Here is a video from a reality show of one of my favourite contestants - Bandana Datta singing Rangi Sari Gulabiya
If you like the performance you can vote for Bandana by pressing the "Like" button (if you have an FB a/c). The video plays on clicking.
Any case, have fun and enjoy :) Happy Holi #Holi
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Painted Spurfowl (female)
Hampi, Karnataka, India
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Grey Francolin
Hampi, Karnataka, India
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Common Merganser or Goosander
A couple of females on the Teesta River. Gajoldoba, WB, India
Cheers!
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Long-legged Buzzard
Shot with my Nikon Coolpix P610 at Teesta Barrage, Gajoldoba, West Bengal India #NikonP610 #CoolpixP610 #P610
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Achyuta Raya Temple, Hampi
Hampi is a UNESCO World Heritage Site in northern Karnataka, India. It was one of the richest and largest cities in the world during its prime (around 1500 AD) and is located within the ruins of the city of Vijayanagara. Achyuta Deva Raya (1529-1542) was one of the kings of the Vijayanagara Empire.
Location: 15°20'01.0"N 76°28'00.0"E #nikoncoolpixP610   #NikonP610  
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hampi
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Season's Greetings to all my friends and followers!

Wish you all a wonderful and happy 2017!

Hope to spend a lot of time here again in the new year.
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Monsoon Birding in the Himalayas - blog post

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Village Headman ,1st Century CE, Central India
A computer aided graphic that I created to illustrate my short story - "The Legend of the Buffalo-Slayer" at: http://bit.ly/buffaloslayer
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" Her golden skin glowed in the first light, and her abundant tresses flowed over her arched back like waves of black pearls ...... No one would fail to notice the femininity of those broad hips and thin waist, but they would also not have missed her man-like shoulders and the enormous strength that flowed through the youthful body. She was indeed the supreme woman,........ "
An illustrated short story set in ancient India. Give it a read when you can :)
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