(Common) Hill Mynah Gracula religiosa

Greater Indian Hill Mynah Above: Eastern Hill Mynah, G. r. intermedia, from the Himalayas to Burma/Indochina
Palawan Hill Mynah Above: Palawan Hill Mynah, G. r. palawanensis, from Palawan Island
The Hill Mynah, also called the Common Hill Mynah (also spelled Myna) comes mainly from Southeast Asia although 1 of the 6 subspecies comes from northeast India. Each subspecies has a different shape to the bare skin on the neck and sometimes a different shade to skin and bill. There are 3 other "Gracula" species, also similar except for neck skin shape.
Palawan Hill Mynah
Palawan Hill Mynah
Palawan Hill Mynah
The Palawan Hill Mynah, above, from Nepal through to Burma and south-western China. Hill Mynahs are exceptionally good mimics of all sounds including the human voice.
Palawan Hill Mynah
Hill Mynah
Hill Mynah
Hill Mynahs have an iridescent sheen on their plumage; on the wings/rump (shown above) but also on head, neck and body in the right light.
Hill Mynah
Hill Mynah
A paler wattle and bill: possibly subspecies Greater Indian or Bastar Hill Mynah, G. r. peninsularis, from northeast India.