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Category Archives: Vista – The World through my Lens!
That morbid shade of Ochre is a hue I often consider displeasing to the eye. Ochre to my mind was synonymous with ‘dull’ until this picture; taken in October 2013 at Ranthambore Fort in Rajasthan. A crater lake atop the … Continue reading
Well, I had to write a travel story in 2000 characters. I chose the topic “Seeing the World Through Other Eyes” and really gave it a great deal of thought and effort. I was disappointed to have not made it … Continue reading
One picture. Multiple stories. A few steps outside Nizamuddin Dargah. Where millions of devotees throng to buy offerings and make a wish for their lives in Delhi to be made easier. In the dark alleys, there is a tiny light … Continue reading
Was it only last year that I visited Goa, and enjoyed that perfect day of sanctity? That one day inside the premises of Belezza…by the Beach at Colva, sipping a lemonade and waiting for my loved one to return as … Continue reading