Our train to Agra was in the afternoon, so we woke up at around 10am and took a walk round the area in the daytime, after the fallout of Dawali and the fireworks. 631 more words
Tags » Taj Mahal
It was probably late sixties or early seventies – when a gentleman called P N Oak started appearing in Marathi magazines peddling his weird theories about well known monuments in and outside India. 949 more words
I have to be honest, I never thought the #tajmahal would not be on India’s tourism package. Almost like doing one for Texas and not including the Alamo or New York and not including Niagra falls my opinion.
India’s genius is that it outlives its conquerors, and appropriates alien influences by Indianising them. – Ravi Shankar
Monuments are the eternal ambassadors of history. They evoke reverence by defying interpretation as empirical proof of the past. 545 more words
CUSTOM PHOTO TOUR OF OLD DELHI AND NEW DELHI WITH ALICIA ROSA
On 9th May 2017, we hosted Alicia Rosa and her husband for a custom designed photo tour of Delhi in which we walked through some streets and markets of Old Delhi and then visited Humayun’s Tomb in New Delhi. 43 more words