Rendezvous with Rishikesh - and I conversed with Ganges greens and blues! - by Peeush Tomar
The Magic of Darjeeling
Magic of Darjeeling Champagne of Tea Kanchendzonga in various shades of gold (View from Tiger Hill) At Tiger Hills Way to Sincheal Singh Devi Dham Toy train Smile : A language understood by all... ( Kid monk at Ghoom Monastery) Capturing the beauty of Darjeeling last time..On way back to NJP Station With Daksh at Happy Tea Estate With Suayu Tomar At Darjeeling Zoo or Padmaja Naidu Himalayan Zoological Park Black cheetah at Darjeeling Zoo Red panda in zoo On our way back from Pashupati Market, Indo-Nepal border It's has been long time , since my last post, but I'm back now.... and how??...
Chennai: Through the eyes of a professional shooter.
Island of Sedateness: Khirsu
A Road less travelled: KHIRSU View of Pauri Kandoliya Temple Peak of himalayas from Khirsu The trek route through forest Shattered light inside the forest Morning in Khirsu Specie of bird on my way to Khirsu Way to Pauri Sunset at Chaukhamba Viewpoint Words are less to define the hidden jewel of Garhwal: KHIRSU In the second week of April, I went to explore the small hamlet in the hills of Garhwal....
In the lap of ageing queen: Shimla
Where the heart, soul and mind meet - Being spiritual!
Darjeeling in Himachal Pradesh: Palampur
Rajasthan always more than desert and sand :)
One of the lesser known place in India- Morni Hills
Roaming in the city of Music - Gwalior
Tallest fort of North India – Gwalior Fort
Gwalior - The Medieval Majestic City With Music in its Soul
Sambhar: An uncharted Milky way destination
Nainital : Capital of India's Lake District
A trip to the Scindia's City Gwalior - Gwalior Fort
4 Places You Can't Miss On A Jodhpur To Jaisalmer Road Trip
A visit to Mehrauli Archaeological Park
Cycling Routes in Delhi
It is the only area in Delhi known for 1,000 years of continuous years of occupation, and includes the ruins of Lal Kot built by Tomar Rajputs in 1060 CE, making it the oldest extant fort of Delhi, and architectural relics of subsequent period, rule of Khalji dynasty, Tughlaq dynasty, Lodhi dynasty of Delhi Sultanate, Mughal Empire, and the British Raj....
Top 16 Places to Definitely Visit in Dehradun
Gwalior – Where Rani Lakshmi Bai was betrayed by the Scindias
The light was not very nice, but the narrative is very informative about the history of the fort, city, its kings, how was it given the name “Gwalior” after the Rishi Gwalip, the Tomar dynasty and how they nurtured music in the fort, the brave queen Mrignayani and , the condition of city under Mughal rulers and finally how Scindia’s betrayed Rani Lakshmi Bai....