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The Real Face Of India - Part 1

The Real Face Of India - Part 1

I believe that India is the most beautiful country in the world. In this series I show the real face of beautiful India.

I took these following two photographs on the ground of Chennai Museum. The fruits of this tree look like cannon balls. So, it’s called Cannonball Tree.
The botanical name of the cannon ball tree is Couroupita Guianensis. It belongs to the family Lecythidaceae. It is native to the rainforest of central & South America. The tree is sacred to the Hindus in India. The flowers look like NAGA & it is grown at Shiva Temples.


Cannon Ball Tree 
Location : Government Museum Ground, Chennai 
Snap taken : 10 July 2016 
Camera : Xiaomi ; model - 2014818
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Empty Harvest Field 
Location : A village in Odisha 
Snap taken : 14 May 2016 
Camera : Xiaomi ; model - 2014818
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Green Field Beside Highway 
Location : Dakshineswar, Kolkata 
Snap taken : 5 August 2016 
Camera : Xiaomi ; model - 2014818
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Top Views Of Mango Tree 
Location : At My Village Home, West Bengal 
Snap taken : 1 October 2016 
Camera : Xiaomi ; model - 2014818
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Blue Moon 
Location : At My Village Home, West Bengal 
Snap taken : 22 July 2016 
Camera : Xiaomi ; model - 2014818
[To be continued ….]

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