Cubbon Park, is a landmark ‘lung’ area of the Bengaluru city, located within the heart of the city in the Central Administrative Area.
I visited this place in one early morning of September 2016.
Posting these photos now and I don’t want to get them buried somewhere on my hard disk.
This post isn't about a place or attraction - it instead focuses on a night spent at a village near Rajkot, Hadala.
I was there to attend marriage of my college friend. After finishing dinner, we figured out we had plenty of time left in night, so decided to take a spin in the Hadala village. Pramod Mali also joined me for the walk.
At that time, my night photography skills were below par - I wouldn't even rate it basic. So the photos are pretty mundane, but yeah, you learn step by step.
Photos from my visit to Tri Mandir Adalaj, Ahmedabad.
The Trimandirs, as the non-sectarian temples, are a part of Dada Bhagwan Foundation (DBF) and its associated charitable trusts.
The temple is not your usual temple, I found it pretty interesting. The non-sectarian idea is a one-off. I'd like to write about the uniqueness of the Dada Bhagwan Foundation and the Trimandir - hopefully I'll be able to pull out some time soon. Till then, I will let the photos do the justice.
Ambapada is a small village near Waghai, Dangs, Gujarat. It is known for handicraft items made from bamboos.
I'm a regular visitor of Ambapada, primarily to purchase gift items. During one such visit, we carried a white project paper to do some preliminary product photography for the handicraft artists. Here're some photos of the trip.
In February 2016, I was in Ahmedabad for a couple of days. Ahmedabad, or I would say, Gujarat is well known for its food. We went out to Law Garden area to try out the street food.
This time I had DSLR around so shot some moments while we were at it.