Rain kept pounding that day, when we thought we would like to make a quick visit to the fort which had been spoken about with pride in the Ghara Kingdom. A kingdom that may not be well known in the Indian dynasty but has produced legends that are well imprinted in the local legends in… Continue reading Chota Kila and a Lioness
Being lost even when GPS seems working I think is something that we have taken up for granted. And, finding newer things and pausing to find something beautiful is a new normal then. Well Bankapur fort was one such place. We had read about the Nagareshvara Temple inside the fort and wanted to check that… Continue reading Bankapur Nagareshvara Shiva
Stones can be a guardian when used to fortify Stones can be an art when crafted by an artisan Stones can beautify when weather does its natural work Chitradurga, is an fort that is a combination of all where nature has worked along with the kings of yesteryears to build at fort that was a… Continue reading Chitra & Durga
"Expect the unexpected!!" The word fort raises so much expectations and imaginations of what could be there. I too had an imagination of huge walls, fortification, palatial place ... Well, all that was about to happen when we stepped into the ferry to go to Kochi Fort, a small island off the mainland. As we stepped… Continue reading Fort Art!!!
Tattered and haggled, Waiting to be known Yearning for someone to come by, Hold me and give me back my pride!! On my way to Chidambaram, was enticed by this place, "St. David Fort" at Cuddalore. WoW!! a fort and that too at Cuddalore, a must on my list now. South India having a fort, so what… Continue reading Dilapidated Glory!!!
They are persistent, He is all pervasive They cut through to make their way, He says, I will show you the path to make. They giggle with joy in the lap of beauty he created... I could think of how mighty and wonderful can nature be, the Penner River flowing so peacefully but grande,… Continue reading Indian Grand Canyon – Gandikota