India Through My Eyes

by newuser09876 17. September 2013 01:58
I am confused; this besides being perplexed at the ambiguity of my existence. Photography and writing have given me exuberant highs and abysmal lows! It has made me sensitive, but has also induced compassion fatigue. It has brought me fame, but at ti... [More]


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Raising Anuraag - The Music of my Life

by newuser09876 7. September 2013 08:38
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Just Another Day

by newuser09876 30. March 2011 05:04
In the afternoon they came unto a land In which it seemed always afternoon All round the coast the languid air did swoon Breathing like one that hath a weary dream  Tennyson—The Lotus Eaters    I awaken, it has not been ... [More]


The Seven Cities of Delhi

by newuser09876 30. March 2011 04:54
  Delhi is steeped in antiquity and legend; it is perhaps one of the few States in India, where historical glories and windfalls exist in well-preserved pockets, carefully camouflaged by a modern metropolis. It has been a mute witness to t... [More]



by newuser09876 30. March 2011 04:51
Pushkar   Pushkar, one of India’s holiest sites is a delightful little village right on the edge of the Thar Desert. Just 11 kms from Ajmer, it is separated from its more populous twin by the ‘Nag Pahar’ or snake mount... [More]


Travel Writing Resources

by newuser09876 30. March 2011 04:49
At the behest of all our readers and friends we have put together a few resources and websites that might be of interest to travel writers and journalists.   Travel writing can be fun and gratifying, but doing it well takes a lot of ... [More]


Temples of South India

by newuser09876 29. August 2010 23:38
  Nandi, Celestial Bull, Lepakshi, Andhra Pradesh  Temples of South India   Hinduism is preserved in its pristine glory in southern India. No other region has managed to preserve its cultural identity as zealously as the South In... [More]


The Ganesh Chaturthi Festival

by newuser09876 23. August 2010 23:06
    Of the many gods in the Hindu pantheon, Ganesha reigns supreme. In the animal kingdom, the elephant has been considered a symbol of strength, determination and benevolence since time-immemorial, and so it is hardly surprising tha... [More]


Mumbai's role in the Independence Movement

by newuser09876 19. August 2010 22:46
The independence movement, which was first kindled in North India with the Sepoy Mutiny of 1857, paved the way for Delhi’s emergence as the political epicentre of India and the focal point of India’s freedom struggle. However, many ot... [More]


The Handicrafts of India

by newuser09876 17. July 2010 12:42
The Handicrafts of India   People often wonder about the significance of handicrafts in the contemporary scenario. The answer perhaps lies embedded in the origins of our cultural revolution; in an era when art, pageantry and the human spi... [More]



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