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Kala Ghoda Arts Festival
I live in Mumbai and yet this was my first time at KGAF (Kala Ghoda Arts Festival). Call it my bad luck, I was always out of town at this time of the year.
I used to wonder what is so fascinating about this festival that people come here from other parts of India to attend it and I haven’t done so! Thankfully, I now know the reason.
This 9 day art festival is held every year in Mumbai with various themes and interpretations with representation of social issues, …
Koh Lanta, Phi Phi Islands, Thailand »
I have travelled extensively in Thailand. The country & its beautiful locations fascinate me no end. So when I received a guest post from Sankara about pristine locations of Thailand, I was more than happy to publish it here.
Over to Sankara now.
It is that time of the year when most of the world is fleeing to the warmer tropical destinations of the world to spend their beach holiday. And what better way to spend it than the beautiful tropical islands of Thailand. These tropical islands ensure that the tourists are …
Colors of my travel
I am one of those who hate doing tags or memes, toughest part being to tag people since many are like me… tag haters. Not that I don’t do them but I generally avoid. Remember, sometime back I did My seven super shots?
I knew about Capture the color tag cum contest since its inception and prayed that no one tagged me. But alas, my prayers were not heard !! Not one but two persons tagged me for this one ! Ganesh and Anuradha, I won’t …
Ah well… I have been tagged by Anis and Vic Philpott for a post which I so wanted to participate in. Yes, I am taking part in HostelBookers 7 Super Shots. It is about posting your seven travel photos in the following categories which you think best suit them.
It was really very difficult to find just one image for each of these seven categories from among all my cherished travel photos, but I think I have done a good job with my picks. It is very nostalgic to go back …
Celebrating Earth Day
Let us celebrate by preserving what has been bequeathed upon us by mother Earth.
Delhi completes 100 years and so, Happy Birthday, Delhi !
Delhi was declared the national capital on December 12, 1911, by King George V when he visited the country to commemorate his coronation as the British emperor of India.
And this is my salute to the capital of India.
And so we bade farewell to our Lord Ganesha.
The Elephant God was worshipped for ten days amidst fanfare and now it was time to say goodbye.
Reverberating “Ganapati Bappa Morya ! Pudchya Varshi Laukar Yaa!”, requesting Him to come fast next year, people carried Him to the respective immersion place, whether it was a small pond or a lake or the Arabian sea !
They carried Him on their heads, in their laps or in large trucks, the spirit of this festival remained high. It didn’t make any difference whether they were …