Late February and a pleasant chill kissed me as I walked down the lone road leading to the Gem of Mandu,the 14th century Jahaz Mahal. It seemed to be quite early, considering the […]
Turquoise is all what you see when you set your eyes on the waters around the tiny island of Bet Dwarka
Believed to be over 2000 yrs old , the Vadakumnathan Temple , of Thrissur is an epitome of Kerala temple Architecture .The entry to the temple being barred for Foreigners heightens the mystery that lies within the temples even today. You need to visit it to experience it.. and that is the only way to witness it.
The Tiny town of Pondicherry amazes you with its history, the wars, the building blocks, the multiple invasions,the location and above all the most prided streetscapes. The French Quarters of Pondicherry are the most delightfully laid out maze of tree lined avenues and colorfully painted stucco buildings.With jus 18 hrs spent here, I am desperate to return.
The little images lost in my blog won’t do justice to the Serene beauty of this intricate masterpiece of Temple Architecture. Built in a Northern style of Temple architecture,The Western Group of Monuments in Khajuraho are the most celebrated lot of temples in India by far.
Orccha is picturesque in every sense, with rural frames overlaid on the archeological setting of the place, it exudes the charm of the Gem hidden in the ordinary mess.
The most melancholy image etched in my mind is probably this one shot from series of pics taken at Chilka lake in Bhubaneshwar Orissa. The stillness of the place, mirrored reflections, dainty chirping of the morning birds against the changing hues of morning skies and the ocassional sound of the water dribbling from the flight of a joyously dipping bird are nothing one can probably experience elsewhere. The vast expanse of the beautiful Chilka embraces the Sun at its horizons. Could the humble fishing nets have looked any more beautiful than here.. Lying in wait neatly rolled.. Eager to get drenched in the waters.