The springs of the Yamuna river near Yamunotri (India)
Yamuna is the largest tributary river of the Ganges.
The Yamuna river originates from a Glacier higher up in the mountain, but in winter, the water of the Yamuna flows under the snow and ice and emerges here, just near Yamunotri.
Photos taken in India in 2013
The highlight if this trip was the Maha Kumba Mela Hindu Festival, the largest human gathering on earth, which happens once every 12 years.
Other regions visited include the springs of the Ganges river, Varanasi, the Konark sun temple.
See also my photos of Nepal that I took the same year.
Photos taken at Yamunotri and on the Yamunotri trail (India)
The Yamuna is the largest tributary river of the Ganges. It meets the Ganges at the Sangam near Allahabad, site of the largest human gathering on Earth, the Hindu Kumbh Mela festival.
High in the Yamuna valley, Yamunotri is an important Hindu pilgrimage destination.