More Tanjore Pictures

Shot during my trip to Kumbakonam over the weekend. This was a bus trip. Caught these mostly on the way there – early morning Tanjore district pictures as usual.

One of the hundreds of temples that line the sides of the winding roads of Tanjore district.
One of the hundreds of temples that line the sides of the winding roads of Tanjore district.
One of the many tributaries of the Cauvery river, brimming with water - a beautiful sight to see.
One of the many tributaries of the Cauvery river, brimming with water - a beautiful sight to see.
Can there be a green, greener than this ? Almost flouroscent green. No post processing done.
Can there be a green, greener than this ? Almost flouroscent green. No post processing done.

All pictures shot using my Nokia 7210 Super Nova mobile phone.

No post processing done, except for addition of borders.

4 thoughts on “More Tanjore Pictures”

  1. Nice one… I am from Thanjavur and my native is a village near Ammapet. I always love Thanjavur paddy fields for its greenish colour and PAddy smell

    1. Hello fellow-Thanjavur-vaasi 🙂 I was born and brought up in Chennai, but my ancestral roots go back to a village near Thiruthiraipoondy (maavur). My wife is from Kumbakonam. Welcome to my site. Hope you enjoyed my visit. Please do come back.

  2. wow. wow. how beautiful cauvery is!!! thanjavur aaa? me too from thanjavur. ur wife is from kumbakonam? my sister is married to a kumbakonam guy. look forward to reading about ur thanjavur visits. the town, architecture, paddy fields, cauvery, rich culture, delta folks thanjavur is so unique naah? happy blogging.

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