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Tranquil, now

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Tuesday Photo Challenge – Tranquil

My residence is within a kilometres reach from the River Jia or Jhiya as some say.

The River Jia is a tributary of the Brahmaputra River.

Almost a decade ago the River Jia had taken a very fierce form. It became heavily flooded. This rarely happens.

The heavy flood had cut off our town and its neighbouring area from the rest of the state by engulfing the only highway that acts as a connection.

At that time God was the only hope people had. Finally the flood retreated. Many people from neighbouring villages were killed, houses destroyed, livestock lost.

Today the River Jia looks like this :

One word for this picture – Tranquil.

A view of the area near the river :

Looking at this calm river one cannot even imagine how powerful and mighty it actually is.

People still pray that it never takes its fierce form again.

As I spent some time looking at it from underneath the bamboo trees, birds chirping above, the cool breeze blowing, I could hear the gushing and swishing sound it made.

It was in a state of tranquillity.

Thank you for reading and have a nice day!


15 thoughts on “Tranquil, now

  1. Water can be a powerful and devastating force when out of control but when it is in its calm state, it is amazing.

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    1. Yes indeed it is! Thank you for visiting!


  2. Is this Jia Bharali river?

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    1. No. It’s Jia. Jia Bharali is somewhere else. Thank you for reading.


      1. Where is Jia river located?


      2. This is near Arunachal Pradesh, borderline with Upper Assam.

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      3. You are welcome! Thank you again for your visit.


      4. Don’t see too many posts from NE. Glad to meet you.


      5. Thank you! Just a solitary wanderer at work here.

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  3. Looks so peaceful 🙂

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    1. Indeed it does. Thank you for appreciating!

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  4. Life takes us for rides through treachery and back to tranquility. Your story and photos read like a beautiful poem.

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    1. Thank you so much for appreciating my effort!
      Indeed your words are very true.

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