A visit to Gurudwara Sis Ganj Sahib & Sampling the Taste of India at #ChandniChowk
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A visit to Gurudwara Sis Ganj Sahib & Sampling the Taste of India at #ChandniChowk

A visit to Gurudwara Sis Ganj Sahib & Sampling the Taste of India at #ChandniChowk It was Guruparab yesterday (6th Nov’14), the happy birthday of one of the greatest human being to set foot on this planet earth Guru Nanak Dev (ਗੁਰੂ ਨਾਨਕ; Hindi: गुरु नानक, Urdu: گرونانک, Gurū Nānak; 15 April 1469 – 22 … Continue reading

Happy Deepawali : A beautiful morning walk in the flower market…
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Happy Deepawali : A beautiful morning walk in the flower market…

Happy Deepawali : A beautiful morning walk in the flower market… Deepawali is the festival of lights, sweets, fire-crackers and lots and lots of fun. It is also time to clean up and decorate home. We have this tradition of visiting the flowers market every Diwali morning to get marigold flowers and the leafs of … Continue reading

Happy Diwali… Good will always prevail over the Evil – Light will always defeat the Darkness
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Happy Diwali… Good will always prevail over the Evil – Light will always defeat the Darkness

Happy Diwali… Good will always prevail over the Evil – Light will always defeat the Darkness   Wishing you all a very happy and prosperous Deepawali or Diwali whichever way you find it comfortable to pronounce. May your life gets brighten up with all the happiness that you may desire… Here in India, festivals are … Continue reading

Moving through the bread basket of India…
Culture and People / Food, Festivals and Events / Photography : Nature and beyond / Rural India

Moving through the bread basket of India…

Moving through the bread basket of India… Rural Punjab Punjab is an Indo-Iranian word meaning ‘the land of five rivers’. Punjab lies at the cross-roads of the great civilizations of the world. Historically, the area west of Punjab was under the sphere of influence of the Persians, the east was the heartland of the Indian … Continue reading

Eid Mubarak… Remembering ईदगाह: by मुंशी प्रेमचन्द
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Eid Mubarak… Remembering ईदगाह: by मुंशी प्रेमचन्द

Eid Mubarak… Remembering ईदगाह: by मुंशी प्रेमचन्द    My earliest childhood memories are of growing up in that part of Delhi which falls in between the Old Delhi – filled with the nostalgia of Mughal empire and New Delhi – designed and developed by Edward Lutyen (1869 – 1944) for the British colonial rulers as … Continue reading