Travel, Living, PhotographyCategory
“I’ve never been to Fort Kochi“, she mumbled, as she sat staring out of the car window, absorbing the scenes whizzing past. My mother spen..
“Gooood moooorniiiiing Pondi!!!!”: cried out the message on my mobile as the train pulled into Puducherry railway station.
That was my ..
“The sense of impossibility is the beginning of all possibilities.”
– Sri Aurobindo (1872-1950)
I meant that in the positive sense of the phrase – past couple of weeks have been interesting and fun. It has been travel, travel, and mor..
Phew! Can’t believe it is mid of August already! It has been such a happening month for me, and I hope it has been a fulfilling month for ..
Our loud door bell startled me out of my lazy semi-reading-semi-watching-TV-semi-dozing Saturday afternoon.
June 22, Sunday: I wake up earlier than usual, excited at the prospect of meeting fellow photographers at the Photo Walk organized by Niko..
“Mangalore was an important town…Sultan Bateri, a watch tower…built by Tipu Sultan..”
This is big! I am actually sharing re..
In India, there are bikes and then there is the Bullet. There are bikers bound to their rides by reason, and there are the ‘Bulleteers’ bo..
When my wife picked Goa as the vacation destination for this summer, a Garfield style smile popped up unknowingly on my face. This was the..
Street photography is something I love, and here are some snaps I managed from the streets of Bangalore. Tell me your thoughts.
Colaba, Mumbai – That’s where I am today. This is my 8th visit to Mumbai in my 39 years of life, but I still haven’t got used to the hustl..
Spent an afternoon in Fort Cochin visiting the various stalls put up as part of the Kochi-Muziris Biennale (the first Biennale being held ..
For me – a Cochin-ite, Alleppey (Alappuzha) is really my backyard – I had never considered it as a place I would want to sight-see. Even w..