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Sunday, January 21, 2007

Nathu-La, India-China Border, Sikkim

The Gate on the Chinese Side, this is to be Used by the Traders

39 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

hi,

where did u get such cool pics.
Ah!!

The peak behind is cool.

Princess Aiz.

10:03 AM

 
Blogger Mridula said...

This one, anyone can click by visiting the nathu-La border in Sikkim. I am gald you liked the picture.

8:09 PM

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What a lovely picture !! Is that a welcome board or something on the gate to the Chinese side ?

3:22 AM

 
Blogger Mridula said...

Cuckoo, on the full size of the picture following can be read in English "Congratulations on Opening of China-India Border Trade at the Natu-La Pass."

And thanks a lot for stopping by my photoblog.

3:31 AM

 
Blogger backpack_everyday said...

Hi Mridua,

So I could see North Sikkim has been good.Was away from computers for long now..So u went to Changu lake and other places too.Good..So how was the trip

4:50 AM

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Lovely pics :)

10:27 AM

 
Blogger Mridula said...

BE, the trip was wonderful and once again thanks for all the help that you gave while I was planning the trip. In fact, it is the memories that make me go along with the daily work, till I take another holiday.

Thanks Sanjay. The place is so beautiful.

11:14 PM

 
Blogger backpack_everyday said...

Thats ok....Afterall spreading news is part every traveller.Me am back after some good break too so can relate to how u feeling.

2:03 AM

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

nature blog is immortal...

Aiz.

6:58 AM

 
Blogger backpakker said...

Hi
Great picture ...we didnt get to see this side of the nathula pass when we visited.

7:13 AM

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Nice composition! The mountain in the background and the bridge in the foreground. Very nice :)

9:00 PM

 
Anonymous Suershg said...

Mridula, I came across your site thru Priya's Blog. You have wonderful site here. I really enjoyed your beautiful photographs. I am going to make sure I'll visit your place often,

Congrats on fantastic work and thanks for sharing

6:48 PM

 
Blogger Pecos Blue said...

Great shot. always like your pics. I have some new ones from India as well Check them out.

2:32 PM

 
Blogger SloganMurugan said...

Lovely pictures. It would be great if they were of a larger size!

8:13 PM

 
Blogger Darayus said...

It is very classic & beauty.Actually the pass is not open.Or else i would visit on my motor bike.Love to.If so i am at perdara@gmail.com

3:05 AM

 
Blogger Darayus said...

Mridula could you answer me?? The pass is officially not open, are we allowed to pass thru to witness the beautiful roof of earth. i am at perdara@gmail.com
Spectacular place.

3:15 AM

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

anyone know if the pass open yet for tourists to travel from tibet into india???

8:34 AM

 
Blogger GMG said...

Beautiful pictures!
Gil

3:01 PM

 
Blogger Abhishek said...

wonderfull !!!

7:07 AM

 
Blogger Kalyan said...

A beautifully captured shot & I also share the same passions just like you- travel, reading & photography

8:54 AM

 
Blogger iamyuva said...

if I may.. you can try flickr to publish more photos..!

3:34 AM

 
Blogger K M F said...

nice post

7:31 AM

 
Anonymous dinesh said...

really very nice picture dear. Thanks for sharing.

11:36 PM

 
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11:48 PM

 
Blogger chubskulit said...

I love the white scene from afar!

7:12 AM

 
Anonymous Paula said...

Amazing bridge.

3:00 AM

 
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11:47 AM

 
Blogger Your EG Tour Guide said...

The land is so rugged that I can hardly believe they need a gate.

5:21 PM

 
Blogger MUFLIS said...

wow....
nice pic
quite illustrating
by the way
how can you make yourself able
to capture all that....

9:51 AM

 
Blogger Dave said...

This is quite a fab photo!

10:13 AM

 
Blogger eden said...

What a beautiful capture!

7:12 AM

 
Blogger knk said...

nice view

6:39 AM

 
Blogger Prutha said...

lovely..ive been there once when i was too little to remember.. this is good way to revisit


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8:11 AM

 
Blogger Meena Venkataraman said...

Beautiful Picture Mridula. and Sikkim is such a gorgeous place

12:09 PM

 
Blogger forgetmenot said...

Lovely photos of places you have gone in India-I will enjoy keeping current on your travels. Mickie :)

6:26 AM

 
Blogger snapperoni said...

the view in the background looks magnificent.

6:43 AM

 
Anonymous soumen said...

we wanted to go there while we were in sikkim, but unfortunetlly ,we missied it.

8:27 PM

 
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8:53 PM

 
Blogger Animesh said...

Well connected between two zones.Nice captured.

6:30 AM

 

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