Sutlej- The Flowing Beauty

A morning date with the longest river in Himachal running 1500 kms…

Satluj 1

The longest river (in km) in Himachal Pradesh originates from Lake Rakshastal in Tibet, lying near Lake Mansarovar and south of Mount Kailash. The waters of the Sutlej are allocated to India under the Indus Waters Treaty between India and Pakistan, according to this treaty, India can utilize only 20 per cent of its total discharge of water.

On our recent road trip, we had this beautiful opportunity of spending sometime basking in the charm of Sutlej.

As the light began to touch Earth’s surface, the deceptive cover of fog came into light, it seemed as if the ‘Sutlej’ was asleep under the covers of fog, and the gradual rays were making an attempt to wake her up, slowly and beautifully….

Satluj 5

Satluj 4

Keeps flowing, continues it’s journey, what come may.

Satluj 2

Just like Life, it goes on, just like the waves, you’ll never experience the same time again, enjoy every moment!

Satluj 3

Celebrate and Be Happy.

 

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28 thoughts on “Sutlej- The Flowing Beauty

  1. Above all things I am moved by water. Throw in mountains and I am honestly in heaven. The blanket of fog slowly being penetrated by the power of the sun, determined to reveal the flowing beauty of the reflected water are captivating, indeed for me, quite breathtaking 🙏

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    • We certainly share love for Nature 🙂 I get totally swayed with water, mountains and give me a cup of coffee 🙂 🙂 It was beautiful to watch how the cover of fog gradually subsided and gorgeous river emerged!! Thank you for your comment and feedback.
      xoxo

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  2. I love water places…love ur work…keep rocking sir.

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  3. Very mystical guys. 😉

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  4. Lovely shots of the mighty Sutlej!

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  5. What a beautiful post about an exquisite place. Thanks for reading my blog posts. I can’t compete with your wonderful scenery or professional photography but I’m glad you enjoyed my view of my little piece of the world x

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    • How kind and generous of you to say that! I find your stories really interesting and look forward to stay connected. Thank you.. (a big smile) for appreciating our work.

      Cheers, Charu

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  6. By all means “celebrate and be happy”!!!

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  7. Moody and beautiful

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  8. Beautiful photos!
    Peta

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  9. Beautiful.HP is on my wishlist – your post just tempted me further to visit it.

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    • I’m it interests you☺️☺️. If you wish to explore more you can check ‘Happy Hills’ section under Travel Stories to find more about Himachal.

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  10. Haunting pictures of one of my favourite states in India. Thanks for taking me there. 🙂

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  11. Beautiful “just like life, you’ll never experience the time again’

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  12. Bipasha

    The hills beyond the river layer in so many shades, it’s absolutely serene!

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  13. Gorgeous. So lovely.

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  14. Beautiful place and captured very nicely.

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  15. Beautiful photographs xx

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  16. B’ful pics!!

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