Ashy prinia is a common bird in urban gardens and farmland in many parts of India and its small size, distinctive colors and upright tail make it easy to identify. These 13–14 cm long warblers have short rounded wings and longish graduated cream tail tipped with black subterminal spots. The tail is usually held upright and the strong legs are used for clambering about and hopping on the ground. They have a short black bill. The crown is grey and the underparts are rufous in most plumages. In breeding plumage, adults of the northern population are ash grey above, with a black crown and cheek with no supercilium and rufescent wings.Enjoying the beauty of monsoon in India.Thanks & Regards.