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Ode to Spiti

This is an ode to a wonder known as ‘Spiti’. The Spiti Valley is a desert mountain valley located high in the Himalaya mountains in the north-eastern part of the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. 84 more words


UnCrushed Leaves - Srirangam (The Town Walk)

The morning was crisp, we woke up with the brightness of the Sun on horizon of Srirangam. A peep out of our modest hotel room was refreshing, the town which looked sleepy by late evening was already ripe with hustling on the street. 466 more words

Places To Travel India



The most well-known example of Indian architecture is the Taj Mahal, built by Mughal emperor Shah Jahan to honor his third wife, Mumtaz Mahal. It combines elements from Islamic, Persian, Ottoman Turkish and Indian architectural styles. 6 more words

Architecture: The Beauty of Commonality

I have had this image in my drafts since way back in 2012.  I keep trying to understand what language it speaks, like catching a non verbal dialect.  180 more words

Architectural Criticism

UnCrushed Leaves - Srirangam (Temple Town)

History is an integral part of this town, no matter how much we resist, we need to talk some more of it. More so, we have complied it by hearing it from the people who praise this city and preserve its culture. 525 more words


Architectural Masterpieces of India

India is a remarkable holiday destination, which earns a considerable amount of fame for its culture, history and traditions. It is the birthplace of many religions and has been ruled by several clans over its sprawling timeline. 449 more words

India Holidays

UnCrushed Leaves - Srirangam (Living History)

The Thought:
We have embarked on the Journey of “UnCrushed Leaves“. In this endeavor of ours we tend to bring to our patrons a glimpse of unseen parts of India. 307 more words