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Ranjana Jha
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Ranjana Jha, SEO and HR specialist .I love traveling and am inclined towards spirituality,peace and spreading joy.
Ranjana Jha, SEO and HR specialist .I love traveling and am inclined towards spirituality,peace and spreading joy.

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Where is the world going?
When I picked up today’s newspaper, it did not say anything unusual, it was pretty much in line with what I read almost every day…killings, rapes, starvation, poverty, global warming,…. From TOI Kolkata, Dec 10, 2017 Some of the news that we come across may...
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Monkeys of Sri Lanka
Tufted Gray Langurs Sri Lanka In continuation to my earlier post on the Birds of Sri Lanka , this post has pictures of Monkeys of Sri Lanka. There are some species of monkeys that are endemic to Sri Lanka. The Purple-faced Langur (also known as the purple-f...
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Birds of Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka Junglefowl-National Bird of Sril Lanka I am going to take a break between posting popular durga puja pandals...and share  birds of Sri Lanka in this post. These are beautiful birds and even more exciting because many of the birds found in Sri Lank...
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Durga Puja 2017
When the power of love overcomes the love of power, the world will know peace  -  Jimi Hendrix Happy Dussehra. Singhi Park Durga idol Bosepukur Shitala Mandir Durga Puja 2017 Today is Vijaya Dashami also known as Dussehra. Vijaya Dashami marks the end of Du...
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National Chambal Sanctuary in India, home to a lot of endangered species, is a must visit
Chambal ravines From the cold desert of Ladakh to the ravines of Chambal, this post is a slight deviation from my previous posts on Ladakh. One of the reasons I could not resist posting about this sanctuary, because to me, Chambal was known to be a dacoit i...
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Birds, Mammals, and Landscapes from the scenic village of Hanle in Ladakh, India
Hanle, Ladakh, India In continuation to my post on the black-necked Cranes of Hanle, Ladakh, India , I am sharing some more bird pictures, and landscapes from the scenic village of Hanle in Ladakh. Hanle is well-known for the  Hanle Monastery, (dating back ...
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Pangong Tso Lake Ladakh
Pangong Tso Lake Ladakh Pangong Tso Lake in Ladakh is a mesmerizing lake. Located at an altitude of 4,350 m, it takes around 5 hours to reach Pangong Tso by road from Leh. I travelled to Ladakh a long time back when was father was posted in Leh, and I remem...
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Black-necked Cranes of Hanle, Ladakh, India
Black-necked Cranes, Hanle, Ladakh, India Hanle is a beautiful and scenic village in Ladakh, India. It is well-known for the Hanle Monastery (dating back to the 17th Century). It is around 254 km from Leh, and takes around 7 hours by road. Soma was in Hanle...
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Merganser, Bar-headed Goose,and Ruddy Shelduck Chicks pictures from Ladhak, India
Merganser with chicks, Ladakh I am sharing some very cute bird pictures (mother and chicks) from Ladakh. Soma Jha who was in Ladhak recently, clicked these pictures. This was on their drive along Pangong Tso from Lukung to Merak villages. Mirak is in the ea...
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