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Sunday, January 02, 2011

Pretty Yellow Flowers from Thangkharang Park, Meghalaya

Thangkharang park is one of Meghalaya’s popular tourist attractions. It is situated near Cherrapunji in the East Khasi Hills district of Meghalaya.

The thing special about Thangkharang park is that one can get a great view of the Bangladesh flood plains from here. Though, to get a good view, one needs less humidity in the air, which is very difficult to get given the amount of water bodies in this region.

The Thangkharang park as such offers the tourist with great walks through their well preserved eco system.

It was during one such walk that I came across these pretty yellow flowers. These pretty beings were shining golden yellow in the afternoon sun and this made them look even prettier. It was only when I was touring the rest of Meghalaya did I figure out that this was their season of bloom.

Though, I have no idea about their name. Would appreciate if anyone could help me identify them.

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