Mayapur is a small town located on the bank of river Ganga, at the confluence of River Jalangi with River Ganga in West Bengal, India. It is about 130 km north of Kolkatta, at least 4 hrs drive from Kolkata airport. The main attraction of the town is Mayapur Dham, the world headquarters of ISKCON. … Continue reading Mayapurdham
Chandni Chowk – the chaos and miracle juxtaposed. I have no idea how things work in Chandni Chowk. It is a place in Delhi, where you can get almost anything, everything. Be it fashion jewellery, dress materials, camera stuff, mobile, music equipment, shoes, goggles, spices, dry fruits, street food, sweets,……………………………………………….. endless. There are shops in … Continue reading MIRACULOUS CHANDNI CHOWK, AND SPICE MARKET, DELHI
This is continuation from my previous post of Somanathapura. I finished my photoshoot at Somanathapura by 0945 and headed towards Talakaadu. In the region the bus service is not so frequent. Shared autos ply quite regular and less expensive. I took a shared auto from Somanathapura to Mudukutore. Again another shared auto to reach Talakadu. … Continue reading Talakaadu Temples
Location of Somanathapura: It is about 35 km from Mysore, should take about 45 min. There are many KSRTC buses I guess. I had to find my way from Nanjangud, since I was staying in Nanjangudu. I took a bus from Nanjangudu to T. Narasipura. Tirumanakudalu Narasipura. From T Narasipura I took another KSRTC bus … Continue reading Somanathapura Temple near Mysore
Unchalli Water Fall Location : A beautiful roaring water fall in the middle of dense forest near Sirsi, Karnataka. The spot is about 35 km from Sirsi in Uttara Kannada District in Karnataka, a southern state. Sirsi is about 400 km from Bangalore. River Aghanashini drops down about 116 mtr in to steep valley. It … Continue reading Unchalli Water Fall, Yana Rocks and Vibhuti Water fall.
The Red Fort is a historic fort in the city of Delhi in India. It was the main residence of the emperors of the Mughal Dynasty for nearly 200 years, until 1856. It is located in the centre of Delhi and houses a number of museums and Mughal time buildings. In addition to accommodating the emperors … Continue reading Red Fort – Delhi
India Gate is a War Memorial built in the memory of those 70000 soldiers belonging to British Indian Army, died during the first world war from 1914 to 1921, in France, Flanders, Mesopotamia, Persia, East Africa, Gallipoli, and during third Anglo – Afgan war. It was started in 1921 and completed in 1931 February. Designed … Continue reading India Gate – War Memorial.