Sunderbans

glimpses of the time well spent in the islands and mangrove forests of sunderbans Canning, South 24 Paraganas Market place on the way to Sunder bans The rickshaw ride Boarding for the Jungles… Continue reading

Sikhs in Kolkata

Encountered a huge procession, while I was photo walking at the streets of kolkata.  It was the 347th birthday celebration of the tenth Sikh Guru, Shri Guru Govind Singh. I could never believe… Continue reading

Delhi Metro, You Savior

  It’s the day like today,I feel greatly thankful to the Metro man,E shreedharan who provided delhi with its first metro train service 10 years ago.Data says, 60 % of the population here commute… Continue reading

Street Photography

  One of the most famous travel photographer of 21st century Steve McCurry quotes, “If you want to be a photographer, First leave home”.What he refers here is the importance and beauty of… Continue reading

Dilli-wala?

There are so many stories claiming the origin of the name  DELHI, the national capital of India.but I prefer “Dilli” for few reasons. It symbolizes the historical importance this city has. May be,… Continue reading

LOSING THE REPUBLIC

Meanwhile the nation is celebrating its 64th republic day anniversary; I am having a relaxing Saturday with Delhi Times and a cup of tea. Though I did plan to go to India Gate to… Continue reading

MecleodGanj: A Lesser Known World of Indian Lamas

A small town situated at a height 2082m in Himachal Pradesh, India. Major population here comprises of Tibetan refugees who fled during the Chinese attack on the city of Lhasa in 1959. Lhasa… Continue reading