Friday, December 3, 2010

View From Hill Top-Water Palace-Jaipur

This photograph is taken from Nahargarh fort-Jaipur.This is one of the most famous place in Jaipur and Jaipur has a fantastic view from Here.

Thursday, December 2, 2010

Our God at Home-Lord Krishna

This is the photograph from our home temple.We worship them daily at 4 Am in the morning.They are kind and are treated like humans.They are given every facility which we consume like Fan,Cooler,Meals and everything.He blesses us every time.

Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Traditional Old Building - Balotra-Rajasthan

This photograph is taken from Balotra.This building was built many years ago in a very different manner and style.Just click on the photo to see the amazing architecture.

Sunday, November 28, 2010

Kalash Sthapna-An Indian Ritual.

This photo was taken in Nov 2009 when we were about to shift to our new home.Before we Indians start any new business or shift our home we do this ritual.There is a pot with some green leaves and a coconut on it.Also in the base you will find some grains.This is done before start living so that prosperity and peace may never go out of the home.Amazing but true.

Saturday, November 27, 2010

Friday, November 26, 2010

Black Camel in Pushkar Fair 2010

This photograph is taken from Pushkar Fair 2010.I saw a black camel and hence clicked him.To know more about Pushkar and Festival please click here.

Thursday, November 25, 2010

Men Selling Traditional Hand Fan's-Pushkar

This photograph is taken from Pushkar during the Festival.This person was selling the traditional Hand Fan's made up of Peacock's Feathers.These are very commonly available in India and are really fantastic for blowing air.:)

Monday, September 6, 2010

Traditional Rajasthani Kalbeliya Dance

Kalbeliya is the local dance of Rajasthan which is performed by Kalbeliya's which is a caste who catches snakes.They are like nomads and move from place to place to earn their living hood.

Saturday, September 4, 2010

Friday, September 3, 2010

Thursday, September 2, 2010

Friday, August 20, 2010

Monday, August 16, 2010

The Royal Bundi Fort-Bundi -Rajasthan

This photograph is taken from Bundi which is located at a distance of around 206 Kms from Jaipur.This is one of the most finest fort of Rajasthan which is made in the middle of mountain.To know more about bundi please click here.

Thursday, August 5, 2010

Royal Window-Jaisalmer

This photograph is taken from Jaisalmer.Jailsamer is famous for its beautiful architecture and royalty.To know more about the place and tourist information please click here.

Tuesday, August 3, 2010

Traditional Rajasthani Man During Gangaur Festival-Jaipur

Dear All,

After a long break i am back.I was out on a holiday .I would be sharing a new series of pictures with you all.Thanks for you ever timely love,care and support.

Friday, July 9, 2010

Wednesday, June 23, 2010

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Thursday, May 20, 2010

Amritsar Golden Temple-Amrtisar-Punjab-India

The Golden Temple stands as one of the most visited tourist attractions in the city of Amritsar. On your tour to India you will thoroughly like your visit to the city of Amritsar as it offers itself as a religious as well as a major tourist site. One of the several tourist attractions in Amritsar, the Golden Temple is visited by several travelers from various parts of the world. The Golden Temple history is one of the several areas that the tourists would love to explore.Believed to have been built in 1588 by Guru Arjan Dev with a view to create a central site of worship for the Sikhs, the Golden Temple or Harmandir as it is called, symbolizes the philosophy of the religion through every detail of its architecture. The location of the temple amid a pool, which was conceptualized by Guru Amar Dev, denotes the synthesis of nirgun and sargun - the spiritual and temporal realms of human existence.Although Guru Arjan Dev was instrumental in laying the foundation of the Gurudwara, the Golden Temple history says that its construction has been the result of several years’ evolution.Even before the main shrine of the Gurudwara was laid, the pool had already been bordered with bricks under the supervision of Baba Budha ji. Guru Arjan Dev, with the principle intention of propagating the ethos of Sikhism, built the structure in sheer burnt brick and lime. Much later, during Maharajah Ranjit Singh’s reign (1799-1839), the temple was renovated and made into an architectural masterpiece, displaying a major sense of affluence along with, of course, the deep spirituality of the Sikh religion.The history of Golden Temple says that the land for the site was acquired free of charge from the zamindars (landlords) of local villages. Exhibiting influences of both Hindu and Muslim styles of design, the Golden Temple architecture significantly flaunts a large dome of gold.Positioned in the center of the city of Amritsar, the 40.5 square feet Golden Temple balances itself on a 67 square feet platform. The bridge escorting you to the temple is linked with the 13 feet broad ‘Pardakshna’ or circumambulatory path. Winding around the main temple it reaches the ‘Har ki Paure’ (steps of God). On the first floor of ‘Har ki Paure’, there is a continuous reading session of Guru Granth Sahib. Guru Arjan Dev planned and executed the compilation of the Sikh scriptures: a collection of the teachings, thoughts, hymns, and verses of the first five gurus of the Sikhs, and scholars and saints of Hindu and Muslim like Kabir, Namdev, Ravidas, and Sheikh Farid.

Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Junagarh Fort-Bikaner-Rajasthan

Bikaner’s history dates back to 1488 AD when a Rajput prince Rao Bika ji a descendent of the founder of Jodhpur (1459 AD)., Rao Jodha Ji established his kingdom here. Bika Ji chose a barren land called “Jungladesh” and shaped it into an impressive city, called Bikaner after the founder’s name. Archeological surveys and excavations have established beyond doubt that civilization flourished here even before the Harappa period . Excavated statues, coins and carvings of stones and clay stands as testimony to this fact.To know more about Bikaner click here.