A Photo a Week Challenge: Cut by a River

A Photo a Week Challenge: Cut by a River

Be still like a mountan and flow like a great river.” by Lao Tse Tung.

Participating in the challenge is fun. This week, Nancy’s A photo A week challenge is “Cut by a River.”  here is my entry for this week’s challenge.

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River Godavari

This is River Godavari. It is the longest river in India. I captured this view of the river with the Eastern Ghat hill range near Rajmundry in Andhra Pradesh.

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River Krishna 

This is Krishna River, one of the famous river of South India. It was captured at Nagarjuna Sagar Dam.  The dam was built over this river. But, here, I only captured the part of river far away from that dam.

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Suyog Chhatre
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Both flow from Maharashtra ! 😊

Sayanti aka Shine
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Yes. You definitely a Maharastrian! Right?😁

Suyog Chhatre
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Exactly !

Sayanti aka Shine
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From where in Maharashtra?

Suyog Chhatre
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Mumbai and you?

Sayanti aka Shine
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Great. Am from Hyderabad.

kiranmag
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Both flow from Maharstra and thier origin is also in Maharshtra

Anyways the photography is a beautiful …you are very skilled sister ☺

Sayanti aka Shine
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Thanks, Kiran. My dear Maharastrians, glad to post the photos of your native river 😝😁.

kiranmag
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😊😁😁 No no … Its the river of all the lands through which it flows and nourishes

Sayanti aka Shine
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Thank God, you didn’t claim it as yours. Maharastrians have a nature to claim everything, which belongs to their land, as their own property 😝. Just kidding.

kiranmag
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Its a national heritage and belongs to all Indian citizens .

Sayanti aka Shine
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Yes, I was joking. Don’t take it, seriously .

kiranmag
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Not at all dear sister …I am fine ☺

Maniparna Sengupta Majumder
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Though they have their origin in Maharshtra, but they are called South Indian rivers… 😀 😛 Just kidding…couldn’t resist myself seeing the above conversation 😀 😀

Wonderful photographs… 🙂

Sayanti aka Shine
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Thanks, Maniparna.
You are right, only their origins are in Maharashtra, but they are mainly flowed through the South India. Glad that you took part in that conversation.

Maniparna Sengupta Majumder
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Though they have their origin in Maharshtra, but they are called South Indian rivers… 😀 😛 Just kidding…couldn’t resist myself seeing the above conversation 😀 😀

Wonderful photographs… 🙂

Sayanti aka Shine
Member

Thanks, Maniparna.
You are right, only their origins are in Maharashtra, but they are mainly flowed through the South India. Glad that you took part in that conversation.

nancy merrill
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So lovely. Thanks for joining the challenge!

nancy merrill
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So lovely. Thanks for joining the challenge!

Sayanti aka Shine
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Thank you and glad to be a participant of this challenge.

extinct0703
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Beautiful photographs!

extinct0703
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Beautiful photographs!

saaranshsinghpundir
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Amazing …you have such high octane prudence at capturing things ….loved it 🙂

Sayanti aka Shine
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Thanks. I appreciate your words. glad you liked it.

saaranshsinghpundir
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😀

saaranshsinghpundir
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Amazing …you have such high octane prudence at capturing things ….loved it 🙂

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