Tagged: Andhra Pradesh

Chowmahalla Palace, Hyderabad

Just a couple of pictures for this week’s Thursday challenge: CLEANING (Broom, Mop, Bucket, Vacuum Cleaner, Street Cleaner…). The interiors, this was taken in Chowmahalla Palace, Hyderabad. We were quite late that day when...

Lepakshi, Andhra Pradesh

You are in Bangalore on work, your work gets over much ahead of your planned time and you have a day to spare, what do you do? If you love traveling and love to...

Faces of India – 91

A local farmer, she was selling guavas from her farm in a tourist spot in Andhra Pradesh. I did buy from her. I feel we must encourage such sellers. They sell their farm produce...

A Sunday Evening

A lovely way to spend Sunday evening would be to soak oneself in a pool. Often the pool is within the four walls of a room. What if one can surrender body and soul...

Faces of India – 66

Another local artiste with his work displayed in the background. Shot taken in Andhra Pradesh.  Faces of India, a series through which I intend to portray the various characters of my country. See more...

Faces of India – 53

She is working on table lamp made of leather. The shot is taken in Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh. Faces of India, a series through which I intend to portray the various characters of my country....

Statue of Buddha at Belum Caves

Jains and Buddhists monks were occupying the Belum Caves of Andhra Pradesh centuries ago. Many Buddhists relics were found inside the caves. Today there is a giant Buddha Statue near a hillock near the...

Faces of India – 49

My guess is: she is a he who is a she… confusing. Anyways I clicked. Shot taken at a roadshow in Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh. Faces of India, a series through which I intend to...

Pink Lilies at Lepakshi

A little away from the Nandi in Lepakshi we discovered a small muddy pool. The pool lacked maintenance and all sorts of rubbish were strewn around it. It seemed to be crying for attention...

Nandi at Lepakshi

The statue of Nandi in Lepakshi, 120kms from Bangalore. Statue of Nandi (the bull) is usually found at the entrance to the temple of Lord Shiva in a sitting posture. This one is one...