Tag: M.N. Lakshminarayana Yadav

This is how our lifeline looks from up above
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This is how our lifeline looks from up above

Here is a spectacular bird’s eye view of the Krishna Raja Sagar Dam and the famed Brindavan Gardens taken from a helicopter, with its vast expanse of water and greenery. The dam which has been providing water of life to millions of people in Southern Karnataka and Tamil Nadu is at a distance of over…

Writers’ Inspiration
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Writers’ Inspiration

The Kukkarahalli Lake is in its pristine glory with rainwater flowing freely into the lake following the cleaning of the feeder canals. The photo taken from atop the floodlight masts mounted at the SDNR Wadiyar Cricket Ground in Manasagangothri campus, captures the aerial view of the 62-hectare lake with the spread of the City and…

ROYAL ARCHES AND GATEWAYS
Dasara 2017, Feature Articles

ROYAL ARCHES AND GATEWAYS

By S.N. Venkatnag Sobers Pics by M.N. Lakshminarayana Yadav Apart from being home to many heritage buildings and structures of historical value, Mysuru is also known for its majestic arches, pillars and gateways. These architectural marvels, which are a treat to watch, are the gifts from Wadiyars, the erstwhile rulers of Mysuru. With Dasara round…

Desperate for water…
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Desperate for water…

With Mysuru city facing drinking water crisis, people are going to any length to collect potable water. Here we can see a woman who is collecting water from a leaking valve located in a pit near Yashasvini Choultry in Hinkal limits. [Pic. by M.N. Lakshminarayana Yadav].

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Rehearsing for the D-day…

When hundreds of yoga enthusiasts are rehearsing for the International Yoga Day on June 21, this tiger at Dhamankatte in Nagarahole seems to be showing SOM photographer M.N. Lakshminarayana Yadav that even he is practicing yoga for better health.

The Hungry Birds…
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The Hungry Birds…

As fishermen wait to pull out the net from the backwaters of Tungabhadra Dam in Ballari, birds line up on the small plastic floats attached to the float line of fishing net to grab the fish which try to escape from the net, to satiate their hunger. [Pic. by M.N. Lakshminarayana Yadav]

Bird-watchers make a beeline to Tungabhadra Dam
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Bird-watchers make a beeline to Tungabhadra Dam

Bird-watchers across Karnataka have been thronging the backwaters of the Tungabhadra Dam at Hospet to catch a glimpse of Greater Flamingos (Phoenicopterus roseus) that have flocked in large numbers. Greater Flamingos, with its majestic looks, are 1.5-metre tall, pinkish birds from the Rann of Kutch in Gujarat which migrate to the South in winter. They…

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