The Mystic Falls

Please don't confuse the title for the Vampire Diaries. But this fall is indeed mystic.

Tirthamukh - the headwater spot for the largest river of Tripura, Gomati. Basically it's an artificial fall. What you are seeing here is the overflowing water of a dam but as they say, sometimes the natural components create mysticism in a way that exceeds the boundaries of artificiality. Particularly for this shot let me tell you a backstory...

This place is an approx 3 hours drive from my home. And I had heard that the best view of the place is achieved with fog. So one fine winter night, I set my journey towards it. It was 2 am.. I would reach by 5.. And here's the twist... I have visited this place for the last 5 winters only to witness the fog just one time. And thus I feel this fog is more mysterious than others!

In this fog I found solace. I found an exceeding amount of closeness to my own soul. Sometimes we visit places on hype and I am not judging but true gratification comes when that hype turns to peace without us knowing and somehow Tirthamukh is one of such places in North East India. I believe that my birthplace has a lot to do with my love for photography, it's naturally blessed and thus let "The Mystic Falls" be a special page in my book of memoirs.


Ratnadwip Saha


I am a multidisciplinary photographer from India. I have been doing photography as a passion for the last 6/7 years. Though I started my journey by clicking streets and people’s life, I have been exploring different genres over time like travel, landscape, portrait & wildlife photography. My style of photography mostly tends to create minimalistic and environmental images. My images are featured in pages like Incredible India, Tripoto Community, Outlook Traveler, Street Photography International, BBC News Hindi etc. I got into the NFT space in January, 2022 and am exploring the space as an NFT Artist now.



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Tripura, India

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Nikon D500 paired with Sigma 35mm f/1.4 Art Lens


Travel Photography


Ratnadwip Saha






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