Photographer's Note

I took this pic on the way to Jalpaiguri town, West Bengal. This town was mainly developped by British during the late 19th and early 20th century, when they found the region north-east of the town (called the Dooars region), near the foothills of the Bhutan hills very suitable for tea cultivation. Within a very small period of time, the area was dotted with thousands of tea gardens. People flocked to the town to be a part of this lucrative tea-trade. The main attraction of this place is dense forest and unending tea gardens.

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Additional Photos by arjun das (arjun_das) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 344 W: 60 N: 247] (1851)
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