US Route 89 - The Ultimate Road Trip
A trip to Shiva Gauri Nageshwar Mandir, Chattarpur Temple
Day 7 (Adam's Peak - Maskeliya - Ella)
Missed the holi in Mathura? Here is an alternative to the catch up with the festivities
Nepal Diaries - Exploring Kathmandu and Rafting at Mugling
Places you must see if you are in America
Stages of strenuous Kathakali make-up in pictures
Tranquillity Gets Synonym In Pawalgarh Conservation Reserve Of Corbett
Connect With The Natural World In Southern Arizona
Kolkata - Joy in Chaos
Puri: The Pagoda
City of Saints and Sinners - Varanasi - a melting pot
Clothes , Music , Café’s and the ever beautiful little shops selling the finest of what I love the most – ‘’ Faith is how people Prayer ‘’ – Bells , Colourful Vermilion – Deepest of Red , Green ..Yellow, The Rudraksh Ki mala in all its glory with 108 beads ..i was pretty much ecstatic for some reason unknown to me …and my SLR was on a Journey off it own ..And in the midst off all the chaos I tumble upon ‘’Music ‘’ ....
A photograpic journey through Kolkata
One Night In Pushkar
Once upon a time in Mysore
10 Different Ways Dussehra is Celebrated
Boulders and Bananas of Hampi
Magical Meghalaya: The living root bridge
Junagadh Fort: a cultural architectural amalgamation
The fort is beautiful and a delight for people who love history, architecture and intricate carvings — be it gold vermilion varnished work, use of mirrors, meena kari on mirrors, mosaic of colored glasses, elaborate carpet made in Bikaner jail, niches and panels, marble tiled floor, lattice windows and balconies, beautiful doors and much more…....
Konark temple, an ancient design of passion on rock
The lady on the left is looking herself in the mirror while applying vermilion on her head, which meant the know-how to make mirrors was predominant in those days The Konark temple is like a chariot and if you see it from its eastern entrance, you will come across two big lions straddling an elephant beneath which are known as 'Simha gaja'....
A Friendly Meeting in the Home of Royal Bengal Tiger
The Residents either Legally or Illegally enter these dense forests to fetch for Honey,Sunderban is famous for or go inside the rivulets for good catch of Fish ignoring their own safety and thus Sunderban Villages is full with Widows and their Age varies from Teenagers to aged Widows.Painful to see their faces and hear their stories.The Locals have a ritual where when the menfolk of the villages go out to the jungles for collecting Honey or for Fish catching the Women Folk generally do an aarti infront of their Local Goddess BONOBIBI and thereafter remove Sindoor(Vermilion) from their forehead and puts it back only after seeing their Men coming back to their home.What a Painful Ritual anticipating the worse but still continue to live like that....