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#avoid going in tughlakabad alone ,as it is not safe anymore like before and very spooky.you will witness very unusual activity inside fort by some local people qutub minar day 4 starts with visiting lal quila and then jama masjid and old delhi shops and then bangla sahib gurudwara and agra sen ki baoli and took afternoon train to come back to calcutta . diwan i khas inside la quila lal quila...
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Photographing a life called Wildlife
To start with the wildlife the forest is known for its tiger sightings which was true on my second safari itself I got to see the beautiful n soon to be the most photographed tiger in the world 'MAYA' there are a few more tigers which are to be see very often Marking its territory Asiatic wild dogs Apart from tigers other animals sen there are Leopards, Sloth Bears, Indian Gaur, Wild Dogs etc....
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"The city of joy-Kolkata"
If we dig more in history then apart from colonial rule history, the city also holds the history of some of the most famous personalities like Swami Vivekanad, Ramkrishna Paramhans, Rabindranath Tagore, Mother Teressa, Subhash Chandra Bose, Satyendra Nath Bose, Amartya Sen and Raja Ram Mohan Roy....
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My never ending affair with Bombay a.k.a Mumbai!!
Bombay has always mesmerized me...it started with Bollywood off course but I still remember the first time I stepped into the city...I was 10 years old...all excited to finally see the place I'v been watching in movies...I had these random thoughts running in my mind like may be I'll spot an actor or two...click a picture with them...take an autograph...I had even planned to tell stories to my friends once I was back :P But as we started to explore the city...even as a kid I could feel that there's more depth to it than what we watch in movies...Bombay or present day Mumbai is not just about the glamour...the soul of the city lies with its people...its culture...its love and acceptance for everyone who wants to live in this city.I know it sounds romantic...a white lie...a rosy picture...but isn't it how you feel about the one you love...you see all the positives and you just try and get along or ignore the darker side ;) As I grew up I hoped and prayed that once ... at least once I should get to stay there...and experience the life...and I have to mention...this dream of mine was further nurtured by movies like - "Wake up Sid" - the way Konkana Sen sharma decorates her beautiful lil flat...the ease with which she stays there even though all by herself...the whole calmness amidst the crazy rush in the city...and Mumbai rains...I mean that movie just made you fall in love with Mumbai and for someone like me...It was an assurance that whatever I had imagined so far is going to be just like that....
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A city of dreams – Mumbai
Well, think of Mumbai and you get thoughts of Ajay Devgan standing at sea shore and claiming Mumbai’s sea in “Once Upon a time in Mumbai”, kids playing in Dharavi in “Slumdog Millionaire”, Priyanka Chopra opening curtains of her sea facing huge apartment window in “Fashion” or Konkona sen building up a small studio apartment for herself in “Wake up Sid”....