A 360 degree view of the Humayun’s Tomb in Delhi which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, along with many other monuments in and around the complex such as Isa Khan’s Tomb, Araba Sarai, Bu Halima’s Tomb and Afsarwala Tomb.Read more
A photo essay on the Lodhi Gardens.Read more
View of a Sarus Crane in the middle of lush green fields is always a brilliant spectacle. My wish of capturing it finally came true near Sultanpur Bird Sanctuary.Read more
Earlier this month, I passed through Rajasthan with stops at Jodhpur and Jaipur and then I travelled to Dharamshala and then moved to Chamba and finally climbed up the majestic Sach Pass.Read more
Despite the unfamiliarity, I must say that there is a certain allure associated with Latin American nations. These postcards from Costa Rica verify that.Read more
This is a special post on the forthcoming 38th Karbi Youth Festival. NONE of these photographs are mine. I’m doingRead more
As a side dish to my Hampi trip, I visited the Tungabhadra reservoir and a park build within the complex that are fitted colorful fountains. It was already dark when I reached and I was greeted with a very eerie sight. It felt like the Styx with a bridge build over it instead of Charon’s boat. I noticed a sinful couple being eaten away by locusts of the nether worldRead more
Time for another round of guest photography. Su Ko visited lake city Udaipur in Rajasthan a few months ago andRead more
While I have been noticing Jayanta Bora’s photographs for quite sometime now, I was awestruck by a recent set he did in the Kerala Backwaters, mostly in and around Kumarakom and Alappuzha (Alleppey).
He’s applied high dynamic range imaging (HDR) in some of these pictures.
I have already posted a few posts containing aerial views and landscapes of Nepal provided by fellow slacker Su Ko. In this post I am following up with a few more of his photographs of Nepal but it is not about landscapes. These are mostly close up shots of the rain drenched nature along with a sinister cobweb and a severed elephant head protruding out of nowhere and seeking vengeance. Have a look.Read more
In the previous post I posted some pictures of Nepal by Su Ko, who visited the country recently. In this post I am sharing some more of the same. But these are more intimate compared to the aerial views of the last post.Read more
Nepal may be a pristine piece of Himalayan wet dream for backpackers, a buffer zone between India and China, nostalgiaRead more