Thanking You all very kindly.
Actually the first thing that went through my mind was - 'oh but this can't be happening to Me'????
Then instinct took over when I realized there was no where to land but the river, but then the rice field came into view around the next river bend & by the Grace of God's hand I pulled the lever up beyond my training, beyond airmanship, experience, common sense, beyond the RFM limits & just kept dragging Nr down till the sight picture told me I was gonna get there, vibration was quiet severe. Nr was 250rrpm, 20 below the lower red line
I never had time to think more, I just knew that I had to get us onto the the ground in one piece, that was my duty, that was my job & today; that is still my job. Surviving emergencies to protect our pax & machine is just another part of our job requirement.
We were on the ground 20seconds after the noise stopped
Happy Landings; Always
Forced landing location was 6,673’amsl @ 28oC