Tag: M.N. Lakshminarayana Yadav

Streets of Yore
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Streets of Yore

The streets of Mysuru are rich in history and steeped in yore. Hidden within street names are the occupations, owners, and even hobbies of the people who lived there centuries ago. A few of the street names include Kumbarageri, Kurubageri, Bandikeri, Gollageri, Halladakeri, Garadikeri, Thogari Beedi, Agasara Keri, Medarakeri, Budubuduke Keri and Kamatageri. Many houses…

Fitness for Free
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Fitness for Free

Open air gyms in several parks across city are a big hit. The Mysuru City Corporation that set up first such gym at a park near Dr. Puttaraja Gavai Stadium in J.P. Nagar received overwhelming response from the public and now every Corporator or MLA is demanding gym equipment inside parks within their jurisdiction. Some…

Walking buddy…
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Walking buddy…

The above photograph taken by SOM photographer shows Pomeranian pet named ‘Sonu’ accompanying its master Kumar after polling. It is learnt Kumar has trained Sonu to carry a hand bag and accompany him everyday to buy milk and vegetables. This morning Sonu accompanied Kumar to the polling booth and waited with the hand bag in…

The Blue’tale’…
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The Blue’tale’…

By Ragoo Rao Come March, with the summer heat on, the rivers neither in full stream nor dried up, right enough to expose the sand-banks, the enthusiastic bird-watchers from all over our Old Mysuru region, zero in on to a village — Naguvanahalli, close to Mysuru, off Bengaluru-Mysuru Highway, to photograph and observe the Migratory…

The Nectar Seekers…
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The Nectar Seekers…

By Ragoo Rao Nectarinia… Nectariniidae, as the name itself suggests, is a Family of Small Birds, smaller than Sparrows, energetically and boisterously flitting around in gardens and wild places, wherever there are abundant flowers, to relish the sweet nectar  the flowers offers. These Nectar Seekers, the Nectarines as they are called in Ornithology, have their…

Saffron Sunset…
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Saffron Sunset…

The city sky aglow with saffron hue during this election season as the sun sets with the imposing Deputy Commissioner’s Office in the background, even as the peak hour traffic on Devaraja Urs Road increased at that evening hour with the commuters hardly finding time to watch this spectacle that unfolds every day during summer…

In safe hands…
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In safe hands…

Mother and baby Langur spotted during Dommanakatte safari at Antharasanthe Zone in Nagarahole Forest Range, H.D. Kote, Mysuru district, recently. One can also sight numerous Indian Gaurs, Spotted Deer, Sambhar, Asiatic Elephants, Peacocks and other birds at this site frequented by animal lovers. [Pic. by Star of Mysore photographer M.N. Lakshminarayana Yadav]

Spotted cat camera-spotted…
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Spotted cat camera-spotted…

This leopard was sighted by wildlife enthusiasts on Dommanakatte safari at Antharasanthe Zone in Nagarahole Forest Range, H.D. Kote of Mysuru district yesterday. The leopard, perching on a tree close to Kabini backwaters, posed in different postures as the lensmen captured the moment. [Pics by ‘Star of Mysore’ Photographer M.N. Lakshminarayana Yadav]

Flower after FIRE… …Hope of New Life
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Flower after FIRE… …Hope of New Life

A deer poses to the photographer amidst the fire-ravaged Bandipur National Park that is yet to spring back to life. A ‘Flame of the Forest’ tree in bloom in the background enhances the beauty of the frame. [Pic. by Star of Mysore photographer M.N. Lakshminarayana Yadav]

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