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Life inside the walled city of Amritsar

I wanted to know what else city has to offer me apart from the Golden temple. I enjoyed having a morning walk in the narrow lanes with-in the walled city to capture the life as it is. Here some of the selected few pictures from the city, but it has much more to offer I would say

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Ramlila in the times of intolerance

According to the Sikh tradition, they wouldn’t cut their hair, so with their long hair most of them didn’t need a wig. Ravan was the friendliest among the crew; he narrated his dialogues for me backstage with all his emotions

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Supermoon celebration in Maheshwar

A supermoon, called perigee by astronomers, is that point or event in a cosmic cycle where the moon is closest to the earth. When the moon is orbitally closer to our planet, the gravitational pull is also stronger, hence, affecting the natural order of things, especially, human beings.

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On the streets of Taiwan

I was invited by Taiwan Tourism for a FAM trip to explore Taiwan on a fixed itinerary, but I often escaped to have a little walk around and see how my Panasonic GX7 performs on streets.

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Fun and fashion in Taiwan

I usually travel as a back-packer and pack 5-6 sets of clothes for 25-30 days of travel. Over the years I have learnt how to manage with a few things, and be happy and comfortable. However in my recent trip with the fashion bloggers to Taiwan was not only a great learning experience about Travel fashion but also to capture travel photos with a tinge of fashion

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Photographing Saltpans of Mithapur

Most workers here in the salt pans have been doing work for generations irrespective to the affect it may cause on their health. Though the feeling of being at salt field was surreal but indeed made me thoughtful about their life.

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Incredible experience of Meghalaya In photos

Meghalaya the ‘abode of cloud’, a state rich in culture, nature and natural resources. I traveled to Khasi and Jaintia hills, and how badly I wanted to explore Garo-hills as well. After listening to the warning from different people, I decided to go solo and figure out the hidden treasure of this beautiful state.

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On the banks of holy Narmada- Omkareshwar

The sacred and purifying Narmada meets the fast flowing Kaveri at the sangam, or confluence, of these two rivers. Located on the westernmost part of the island of Omkareshwar, this narrow projection of land at the meeting point of the streams is covered with stones of all sizes shaped like shivalingas.

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