Sunday, December 14, 2008

Umiam Lake

Our next-door neighbour, the state of Meghalaya, has
several scenic spots. Umiam Lake pictured below is
one such destination. Also known as Barapani, it was
created when a hydro-electric project was constucted
on the Umiam river. It's an angler's paradise and offers
boating and kayaking facilities. The hills, the shimmer-
ing waters of the lake and the pine make it all look so
beautiful.


My son Nishant (with cap) and nephew Joysho pose against
the Umiam backdrop.


2 comments:

Anish Daolagupu said...

Both of them have grown HUGE!! But i guess thats what everyone must be saying about me... :P

I didn't know you had a blog... i'll visit more often now... :D

Hope all is well at home... and Happy Holidays... :)

Kanak Hagjer said...

That's right...it's a real surprise when you see them after months, isn't it?!

I've been posting more on my other blog but you becoming a 'follower' has changed all that! Now Yaoglai will have new posts. It's great to 'see' you here.

Raja's got his Unit tests going on now. Rest is fine. You must be busy too with...you call them...assignments/projects?! Happy holidays to you too! Now I'm off to your blog.

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