Tiger spotting at Jim Corbett National Park, Dhikala Photo journal

Rohit Sharma, Meetali Sharma, Amit Sharma, Gursharan, Aditi, Dinesh, Pooja & Vishu

We kept silent as per the norms of a jungle safari, which enabled us to watch the tiger for about fifteen minutes at a spot. Any sort of action with a tiger in front of us could have got all of us in big trouble as a one year old tiger is big

08 June, 2009 | Views: 33204

Christmas at Wonder la amusement park in Bengaluru, Photo journal

Wonderla Bangalore

After a whole day of being on adrenaline I loved the Lazy river at the end of the day, night to put it accurately. Drifting down the Lazy river in a tube, I had time to relax completely, admiring the landscaping and appreciating the warm

08 May, 2009 | Views: 24146

Gokul in Braj, Photo journal

Thakurani ghat, Gokul, Mahaprabhu Vallabhacharya ji' s baithak

There are no crowded roads in Gokul, hardly any traffic, and practically no microphones, unlike Vrindavan. Gokul remains a village with mud huts and temples, and loads of legends that palpitate the atmosphere.

19 April, 2009 | Views: 83510


Kamakha Devi temple, Assam Photo journal

Kamakhya devi temple, Guwahati, Assam

Kamakhya Devi temple on Neelachal Hill on the outskirts of Guwahati in Assam celebrates the creative force Shakti. Kamakhya Devi is named so as she is a giver of desired wishes. The deity is ageless. Three natural stones depicting Kali, Lakshmi

02 April, 2009 | Views: 150369

Weekend at Art of Living Ashram, Bangalore Photo Journal

Vishalaskshi mandap, Art of Living Ashram, Bangalore

Tapa, incessant work has gone into the making of the ashram. The ashram is a living organism, populated and under continuous creation by the likes of Dr Divya. Life at the ashram is a yagya, a continuous prayer for betterment of the world we live

31 March, 2009 | Views: 163470

Banke Bihari temple and bazaar, Vrindavan Photo journal

Silver crafted door to the temple premises of Sri Banke Bihari ji Maharaj

Rabri, Malpua, Barfi, Peda, Safed barfi, Ladoo, and more laddoos… sweets for Bihari ji and visitors :-) Banke Bihari temple is among the best known places in Vrindavan, Mathura. Vrindavan is just a 2-hour drive from Delhi, off NH 2 to Agra.

06 April, 2009 | Views: 129558



Nazar uthao zara tum, by Jagjit Singh

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