A trip to Andamans was the first trip we planned as a family when I just about began to walk again (I believe most of you know about my severe ligament rupture). We felt like a beach would be a perfect place to explore, walk bare feet, enjoy open water swimming and craft some awesome … Continue reading Photo Tour of the Havelock Island (Part I)
Of many marvels situated in Archeological Park, Mehrauli; a neighborhood in South West Delhi district just a few kms away from the famous Qutub Minar; Jamali Kamali Mosque and Tomb is one of a kind. Built during the years 1528 – 29, this monument’s architecture was decorated with marble embellishments. The design of the mosque, … Continue reading The Legend of Jamali-Kamali
I have been away for more than a month, reasons are many, but to cite the important ones - my laptop busted and real bad, when finally it was up and running I had a new schedule in place (jogging in the morning and focus on Fitness) left me exhausted and I couldn't really dedicate … Continue reading Cows Strolling or Patrolling!!
Firstly, wishing all the fellow bloggers and readers 'Happy New Year'!! It's been almost a month since my last post, I have been traveling and catching up with loved ones 🙂 So, blogging got out of attention purview. Well, I'm back and here's the first post for the year.... I saw flurry of colors taking … Continue reading Benaulim Beach – As radiant as it can get
Photo Tour of the beguiling Betul Beach A series of tranquil huts ensconced near River Sal in Salcette, South Goa luxuriant with coconut grove and other fruit trees; that’s Betul village. And just across the river there is the beguiling Betul Beach. The sparkling white sandy beach is charming for more than one reasons – … Continue reading The Betul Beach – Where Sal meets the Sea
Let's begin exploring Goa with the Sunset Beach in South Goa Right from the time, the first thought of spending Diwali holidays in Goa surfaced to discussions, I couldn’t stop picturing sandy beaches, soothing dawn, fiery sunsets and vibrant nights. Mostly (actually all) holidays till now were spent back in home either in Agra or … Continue reading The crack of Dawn at Sunset Beach!!
Portrait Photography is one of my favorite forms, it has so much potential for experimentation and the way it adds personality to a picture is just incredible. I'm glad to share some of the charmingly endearing 'Portraits' from the family 🙂 Beginning with the newest, dearest and cutest ! The Love of a … Continue reading Special Feature – The Portraits
Akbar's Tomb is nestled since time immemorial in Sikandra, Agra. The architectural wonder evokes awe and reverence alike. Akbar’s tomb is an impressive illustration of the art, inspiring in many ways than one - the architecture, design, exquisite inlay work, crafted ceilings and walls decorated with calligraphy, placed beautifully in the huge expanse of 119 … Continue reading Akbar’s Tomb, Sikandra – Where Akbar rests in Eternal Peace!
A bundle of must have experiences at the 'City of Lakes' Udaipur city stands as a testimony to the living heritage and eternal legacy of the Sisodiya dynasty. Sisodiyas ruled the city for over 1200 years. The origin of Udaipur dates back to 1559 AD when Maharana Udai Singh met a sage who blessed the … Continue reading How to make most of your ‘One day trip’ to Udaipur, Rajasthan!
A morning date with the longest river in Himachal running 1500 kms... The longest river (in km) in Himachal Pradesh originates from Lake Rakshastal in Tibet, lying near Lake Mansarovar and south of Mount Kailash. The waters of the Sutlej are allocated to India under the Indus Waters Treaty between India and Pakistan, according to … Continue reading Sutlej- The Flowing Beauty