India is land of four seasons or ritu (meaning of season in hindi language), winter (December to February), summer (March to May), a monsoon (rainy) season (June to September), and a post-monsoon period (October and November).

Of the above the most fascinating season and most waiting is “monsoon”, reason is because  the monsoon supply over 80% of India’s annual rainfall and to irrigate the mainland for kharif crop (rice)

The whole landscape of India changes with rains/water/mud all over, there’s freshness all over! it’s also become very good time for short break from city and watch the landscape!

I will let my pictures do the talking to justify my statement. So, go out and plan the trek/sight seeing get drenched in magical rains._MG_3633 _MG_3641 _MG_3675 _MG_3837 _MG_3838 _MG_3889 _MG_3904 _MG_6338 _MG_6342 _MG_6345 _MG_6346

 

 

 

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Nilabh Ranjan

Nilabh is an avid traveller, explorer, photographer and love to drive. Adventure travel and going to new places that respect and gives back to local culture and environment is his top priority.Follow us! Live to explore

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