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My favorite city in India (probably the world) is Varanasi. Here are just a few images I was lucky enough to capture on a recent trip at the end of last year. Manikarnika…
One of the most impressive architectural highlights of our trip to Rajasthan was a visit to the prominent Hawa Mahal, centrally located within the old city walls of Jaipur. In 1799, the Rajput ruler – Sawai Pratap Singh – commissioned … Continue reading
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Tagged Hawa Mahal, Lal Chand Usta, Map of Jaipur, Mughal architecture, Palace of the Breeze, Rajput architecture, Sawai Pratap Singh
During a visit to India in October 2011, we were most fortunate to arrive in Jaipur, Rajasthan just in time for Diwali, the Hindu festival of lights. The origin of this festival can be traced back to the ancient Hindu … Continue reading
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Tagged diya, Festivial of Lights, Hindu festivals, Lakshmi, Pink City, Rama and Sita, Ramayana
Good to know where to get away when you need a break from the hustle and bustle! Places to Visit near Delhi | India Travel Guide.
What made our time extra special while attending the 100th anniversary WOSA celebrations at Woodstock School in October 2011, was our 5 night stay at Doma’s Inn – a delightful guesthouse on top of Mullingar Hill in Landour, Mussoorie (north … Continue reading
Throughout India, one constantly comes across cows and bulls placidly meandering about or snoozing upon chakkars, goatpaths, footpaths, streets and highway medium strips. People and traffic calmly move around them as if they were bronze statues.
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Our 5th and final walk starts from a lovely estate with beautiful gardens at Wolfsburn on the back side of the upper chakkar (belonging to a friend of a classmate’s) to Childer’s Estate where we see the snow peaks of … Continue reading
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Slideshow of photos taken on a couple of walks between Doma’s Inn at Mullingar Hill, Landour – overlooking the Dun Valley and Woodstock School – and Char Dukan (the four shops and former Landour cantonment parade ground) and St Paul’s … Continue reading