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|The Lower Himalayan Range (also known as the Lesser Himalayan Range or Mahabharat Lekh) lies north of the Sub-Himalayan Range or Siwalik Range and south of the Great Himalayas. The height of the mountains varies between 1800 to 4600 meters. Thousands of years of folding, faulting and overthrusting has led to the formation of these mountains. They are a part of the three ranges that traverse from East to West in the Himalayas.|
The range continues east through the Indian states of Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Uttar Pradesh.
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- [2010-07-22 11:58]
Excellent shot of this famous mountains.
Great combination between the blue of the sky and the green of the hills!
Congratulation for this beautiful capture!
Good night Sir Ram,
This is realy awesome looking scere! The colours look great.
The mountains in the middle make great deept effect too.
Well worth getting up early for :) Well seen MF!
TFS and have a nice new day!
- [2010-07-23 0:41]
thanks for liking my grey pansy - lantana shot. Really appreciate your critique.
This is the dream of the world , conquering the Himalaya, which is not possible for me.
Enjoying the view you presented is already a beauty.
Such a nice composition with different shades and hues.
The light hitting the snow capped mountain is excellentl shown.
Details and features are lively.
Thanks for such a shot that is only to be wittness here vy my eyes.
- [2010-07-23 4:10]
Thanks for sharing this beautiful landscape with us. This is a place that I would like to visit
- [2010-07-23 4:16]
You have chosen a very special point of view to present the Lower Himalayan range emerging behind another range of lower mountains which after your note should be the Sub-Himalayan range. Most beautiful mountain area.
Wonderful mountain landscape, very impressive view,
i like the tree covered slopes in the foreground and the snow covered summit in the BG, the blue sky is also a part of the beauty of this picture
really a great place
Have a great WE