Tag Archives: India

Weekly Photo Challenge:Monochromatic

At a recent visit to Udaipur we spent time at Fatehsagar lake boating in its placid waters. The lake shimmered in beautiful blues…reflecting the skies and enveloping the distant Aravalli range in its bluish hues.. As the evening advanced to surround … Continue reading

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7 Things That Define Freedom For Women This Independence Day….

This article has been published at HuffingtonPost India titled “An Independence Day for Women” I am one of those fortunate few who was born to loving and educated parents who did not find it a burden to raise two daughters when … Continue reading

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N for Namaste!!

Namaste world! Namaste is the Indian way of respecting and greeting another person. This Sanskrit word is formed from two words basically ‘Namah’ meaning ‘I bow’ and ‘te’ means ‘you’. ‘Namah’ +’Te’ = Namaste meaning I bow to you. While … Continue reading

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B for Baati and Dal (Whole Wheat Flour Balls with Thick Lentil Soup)

Today for the A to Z challenge, I thought about sharing a recipe which is not much known in other parts of world. People eat and are aware of the ‘Butter Chicken Masala’ and its Indian origins but many preparations which are vegetarian … Continue reading

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Weekly Photo Challenge: TEXTURE

  A section of a stone wall at Gwalior fort (Madhya Pradesh, India) has a rough texture along with the imprint of fossilized plant. http://dailypost.wordpress.com/dp_photo_challenge/texture/   Related articles     Weekly Photo Challenge: Textures Totally textured weekly photo challenge: texture Weekly … Continue reading

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Between

  My daughter happily soaring in between the blue sky  and grass-covered hills of Dalhousie (Himachal Pradesh). Dalhousie a small town, named after the British Governor General in India Lord Dalhousie, was developed as summer retreat by the Britishers around … Continue reading

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Masterpiece

This monument of love is a unique piece of art and architecture with nothing else to beat its beauty in the world. This truly is a masterpiece. Taj Mahal is a mausoleum built for the queen Mumtaz Mahal( and hence … Continue reading

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