A little paradise hidden 95 kilometers away from Shillong, the river Umngot flows through the village of Dawki near the Indo-Bangladesh border. The river forms the one common livelihood of Indians and Bangladeshis – fishing. Forgotten is the political divide as people from both countries became one here when they sit still for the fishes to take bait. I used the opportunity to click their stillness in this frame.

A whiff of white clouds like the unfinished stroke from a painter's brush frame the majestic mountains and the striking red pavilion at Pangong Tso, Ladakh, India. Why was it built? Was it to give tired travellers a place to rest or restless photographers a great subject to photograph?

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