Delhi never fails to enthrall me in any manner, be its history, the food, the urban architecture or the narrow alleys. When I visited Qutub Minar the very first time since my stay in Delhi, I made sure to click as many pictures I could. Even after coming out of its premises, I found this … More A deserted entry
Greetings all, I have been nominated for the Leibster Award when I was least expecting it as I was busy AF on work from the past few months!! It surely is a reminder why I did start blogging in the first place and why shouldn’t I neglect it. I have been super occupied at work … More Leibster Award!!!!
Last week’s I updated a photo story around the ravaged Doors in Vrindavan, India, today I’m going post pictures of doors more colorful than the previous ones. While visiting various temples there, I spotted these beautiful colors in doors. Isn’t it wonderful how we manage to perceive charming things in old towns and narrow alleys … More Colorful doors in Vrindavan
I was not really an art person till some time back when I visited Paris and was welcomed by jaw-dropping artworks. I have now developed deep respect and interest for artworks. I found this wonderful graffiti on wall just outside the main gate of Agrasen ki Baoli. Well, I guess it is established that history will always be marked … More How History & art go hand in hand!!
Post our visit to Taj Mahal, Agra we were left with half a day to spare so we decided to visit Vrindavan ~ Land of Lord Krishna. It is a small town where people don’t greet you with Hi, Hello or even ‘Namastey’ in Hindi, rather they say ‘Radhe Radhe’ which means Hare Krishna!! You’ll … More Ravaged Doors in Vrindavan
Going by my love for finding anything new to capture within and outside my city, I going this awesome window. Well, it was not really in black and white but I think monochrome adds more drama to the picture.. Right?? I clicked this picture while we went on a stroll around Delhi towards Agrasen ki … More A tainted window
Paris is well known for its iconic Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame, art museums, cafes and what not. There is also a urban side to the city which drove my urge to explore La Défense. La Défense is the largest office complex in Europe and is filled with skyscrapers and urban architecture. After the First World War concluded, an … More Have you heard about La Défense in the city of lights ~ Paris?
Last week I posted about my visit to the iconic monument ~ one of the Seven Wonders of the World ~ Taj Mahal to which I have been a numerous times now & forgive me for taking it a little granted as well..My Bad..Sigh!! This time, apart from taking tons of pictures of the Taj, I was … More Doors at The Taj Mahal
Last month I got a chance(again!!) to visit the iconic Taj Mahal – One of the Seven Wonders of the World. I have been to Taj before as well yet this time I documented it in my camera roll more like a traveler rather than a tourist. We started early morning around 5h00 via Delhi-Agra Expressway … More The Splendid Taj Mahal
Connaught Place(C.P) is in the heart of Delhi, almost in the center of the city. After the visit to Agrasen ki baoli, we decided to go shopping in CP which was nearby. As it was a Sunday and all except the flee market were closed. So, while taking a stroll through the white colored buildings in CP … More Doors at Fresco, Delhi