Detail from Lakshmana Temple, Khajuraho i first heard of Khajuraho two years ago on a trip to Northern India. i was souvenir shopping for gifts and found a set of playing cards with pictures from a temple with carvings inspired by the Kama Sutra, the ancient Indian text on the arts of love, sex and … Continue reading Sex Temples, Khajuraho World Heritage Site, India
Well, to me, Tughlaqabad fort, is just another tourist destination in Delhi but for others Tughlaqabad fort. Tughlaqabad fort history: This third city of Delhi was constructed by GHIYASU’D-DIN TUGHLAQ in AD 1321-1325. The fort is renowned for the prescriptions due to which it remains abandoned from ages. Ghiyasu’d din was so barmy for making … Continue reading Tughlaqabad Fort, Another beautiful architecture place in Delhi.
A beautiful pocket of calm at the heart of Old Delhi’s mayhem, India’s largest mosque is built on a 10m elevation, towering above the surrounding hubbub. It can hold a mind-blowing 25,000 people.The marble and red-sandstone ‘Friday Mosque’ was Shah Jahan’s final architectural triumph, built between 1644 and 1658. The four watchtowers were used for … Continue reading JAMA MOSQUE GLORY OF Delhi
Indian Culture and Tradition Indians are proud of its culture. In our country it is traditional to respect elders, be truthful and honest and also to help out others in need. It is also considered traditional to celebrate our cultural festivals and religious activities with the family and neighbors. Tradition leads to the right approach to … Continue reading Start seeing India from my lens
having the Chiken Tikka in Chandni Chowk Some of the best Dilli food is found in Chandni Chowk & adjoining areas like Chawri Bazar as many of the shops have not changed much from what they were about fifty to hundred years ago. This is not a comprehensive list but is a fairly large list … Continue reading walking through Chandi chowk street