Mandarmani is a seaside resort village at northern end of Bay of Bengal, and located in West Bengal, India. It is one of the largest and fast developing seaside villages of that area. At a distance of around 180km from Kolkata, the settlement lies on the Kolkata – Digha route. Mandarmani’s beach is argued to… Continue reading A Silent Night and An Early Morning Ride @ Mandarmani
A refreshing break had been long due. Thus, without much planning I boarded a bus to Coorg, a hill station popularly known by the anglicised version of its name Kodagu. I had heard a lot about the beautiful landscape – and looked forward to the trip. The following morning I checked into a homestay… Continue reading A Little Tibet in India – Bylakuppe
The Harmandir Sahib in Amritsar, Punjab, is a holy shrine of Sikhism, and is commonly known as the Golden Temple. The temple’s architecture draws on both Hindu and Muslim artistic styles, yet represents a unique co-evolution of both. Amritsar means “pool of nectar.” Origin of the word ‘amrit’, indicates it as a drink of the… Continue reading A Golden Silence
Mandarmani is a seaside resort village in the state of West Bengal, India at the northern end of the Bay of Bengal. It is one of the large and fast developing seaside resort village of West Bengal. Almost 180 km from Kolkata on the Kolkata – Digha route. It is argued to be the longest… Continue reading a silent night and an early morning ride @ Mandarmani
The Durga Puja festival is a grand celebration in Kolkata (India). This photograph shows an elegant ornately designed bronze-colored idol of the Mother placed within a splendidly decorated pandal. The Goddess is seen holding different weapons in her ten hands as she steps on the chest of Lord Shiva.