Wednesday, 4 April 2018

Imaging Chilika #AToZChallenge

Chilika Lake in Odisha is the largest coastal lagoon in India and it is the largest brackish water lake. Covering an area of over 1100 square kilometres, Chilika Lake is a nature-lover's paradise.

Chilika has inspired many poets and writers.
"O Chilika! Your verdant waters are bedecked with swans,
You grant bliss to Kamala, the goddess of Utkala's wellness.
You adorn Utkala like a luminous jewel,
You are indeed the treasure-trove of enchanting beauty"
                                                                                          - Chilika by Radhanath Roy
A seminar and photography exhibition 'Imaging Chilika' was held at Regional Museum of Natural History, Bhubaneswar, Odisha. 
Chilika Lake related photographs were on display. The best ones had won prizes.
Technical sessions were conducted by esteemed guests and speakers.
Every year,  Chilika attracts thousands of of migratory birds.
 
What is unique about the Chilika Lake that birds keep flocking here? 
Chilika's size, Hydrology, Macrophyte density etc favors the large congregation of migratory birds.
Apart from the international avian tourists, national and international visitors visit Chilika and are awed by its features.
Chilika Lake should be on every travel-lover's list.

I'm participating in my second #atozchallenge. C for Chilika Lake.
My Theme is- "Odisha- The Soul of Incredible India".
Odisha is a state in the eastern part of India. Have you visited Odisha and India? 
I will be sharing some glimpses from Odisha. Do keep reading and discovering!

3 comments:

  1. Loved your research on Chilika lake, Anita. Didn't know you're participating. All the best :)

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  2. Sounds like a must visit. Thanks so much for sharing this lovely place.
    https://moondustwriter.com/2018/04/03/cat-children-atozchallenge/

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  3. I used to travel by train frequently decades back to Chennai my home town from Kolkata where I worked or the other way on my return ,I used to wait to watch the magnificent Chilka lake and the train used to traverse on its side long distance to cross the lake.Looking forward to see the glimpses of Odisha in your future posts

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