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Friday, November 12, 2010

Those tree roots reminded me of Ankor Wat


I found these things very fascinating out at Nepal, most of the trees that grows around road side small mandirs have their roots covering the entire construction. The first look at the natural splendor gave me an image of famed Ankor Wat. This was a wonderful find for me and i really enjoyed it. It is more than unexpected how mother nature plays with her creation. On most occasion these trees are banyan or peepal and their long roots resembles more of a serpent hovering over its prey.

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When i started my blog on Sikkim way back in 2007, i had it clear on my mind that this blog shall help people look out for knowledge on Sikkim. I always wanted a knowledge house about Sikkim, its past, present and future. I do not know over the years how much did i succeed but my determination to let other understand my Sikkim is always giving me a push. with regards Shital Pradhan (himalayanreview@gmail.com)

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