- Wordless Wednesday: Sadhu by the River !!
- In the Garden – as Fresh as it can get
- In search of Divine Mother’s Necklace, Maihar
- Many Moods of Dal Lake, Srinagar
- Wordless Wednesday : Bishnoi Matriarch
- Beside the 2 Heavenly Lakes at the feet of the Mystic Mountain !!
- History on the Wall, Hoysaleswar Temple, Halebidu
Tag Archives: Great Rann of Kutch
During a recent visit to a Gurudwara, as I knelt down in prayer, I was reminded of my visit to yet another Gurudwara in the western tip of India which is located within the ruined Lakhpat Fort. Lakhpat or Millionaire … Continue reading
Are you an impulsive traveler or a planned traveler, do you seek experience or luxury, is the sight merely a structure or a view or is it much beyond !! narrating a story that stirs your soul. If you are … Continue reading
Stories of Indus Valley Civilization would often transport me beyond the classroom during my student days. I would conjure up imaginary stories of love and life while my teacher’s voice would apply intermittent brakes on my flight of fancy. The … Continue reading
It is that time of the year in India when there is nip in the air and the usual hot, humid weather has made way for the cool and calm. This is the best time to tour India and while … Continue reading
The 250 year old Palace of Mirrors or Aaina Mahal located in the corner of Hamirsar Lake is Bhuj is nearly in shambles after the devastating earthquake of 2001. A small part of it has been restored and opened to … Continue reading
The Land of the White Salt Desert and exquisite art and craft, Kutch is a quiet haven though often overshadowed by neighbouring Rajasthan. If you are looking for lots of colour, generous doses of history, exquisite carvings, intricate art, flaming … Continue reading