My mother's first meeting with Snow. Dalhousie Trek! Mcleodganj a hidden beauty , Dharamshala Wow!
Maheshwar, Mandu and Monsoon!
All Things Bright and Beautiful at Brighton Beach!
The cutest city: Brighton
Japan: Sakura no hanabiratachi
48 Hours in Kaifeng ~ City of Chrysanthemums
And Auroville happened!
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Marvelous Mandu MUST VISIT -Roopmati pavilion -Jama masjid -Jahaz mahal -Hindola mahal -Bazbahadur palace MEDIEVAL MONUMENTS 1-ROYAL ENCLAVE2-GROUP NEAR VILLAGE3-SAGAR –TALAO GROUP4-REWA KUND GROUP5-GROUP BETWEEN VILLAGE AND SAGAR TALAO6-MISCELLANEOUS SCATTERED MONUMENTS FEATURES -WALLS-battered of early tughlaks-ARCHES-pointed of early tughlaks-ROOF-pyramidal-DOME-boat keel shaped –conical and dominal mixed ,breaking the skyline-MATERIALS-red sand stone , marbels ,terracotta stones especially of yellow and black and several other variety of coloured and shaded....
Auroville – Live a little
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Maheshwar & Mandu : A trip offering rich insights of history of India #Mandu #Maheshwar #MP:Part 3
We covered below as per our guide’s advice: • Jahaz Mahal is shaped like a ship and was built by Khilji Jahaz Mahal • Hindola Mahal : The Swing Palace has sloping walls and is said to sway with winds Hindola Mahal • Hoshang Shahs Tomb became the source of inspiration for Taj Mahal • Jami Masjid has beautiful symmetric builds Jami Masjid • Roopmati Pavilion and Hamams are worth watching Also, as the attractions are spread widely, it is very important to have a good guide, who can give details about each attraction....
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A morning at Agra Fort
One courtyard leads to another and we learn that it is Roshan Ara pavilion, and then it is Jahan Ara pavilion, it is the Emperor's seat where he attended his court (Diwan-e-aam = audience of the masses), Diwan-e-khas (Audience of the council of ministers), Mina Mosque, Nagina Mosque, Moti Mosque and so on....