A complete guide to the UNESCO Heritage Site of Gangaikondacholapuram Brihadeeswarar temple-one of the Great Living Chola temples of Tamil Nadu, India, that is a treasure trove of Chola sculptures and architectural finesse.
‘Should we book tickets for Mani Ratnam’s Chekka Chivantha Vaanam?’, I asked The Hubby, anticipating a by-default ‘lacklustre response in a non-affirmative tone’. You must be rolling your eyes questioning my judgemental view of the better-half. But who better to know than me about The Hubby who hates watching movies in the theatre! That he
Come with me on a virtual tour of Thirumalai Nayakar Palace or Madurai Palace, where I also share interesting information on its history, discuss Thirumalai Nayak Palace’s architecture apart from giving timings, entry fee and other details.
If you are looking for recommendations on where to find street art in Secunderabad , and Hyderabad, you have to the right place. For, we have you all covered in this post on street art of the twin cities. On my recent trip to Hyderabad, I could witness a drastic change in the infrastructure of
The JayaHe GVK New Museum inside the Mumbai CSIA(Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport) premises, narrates the story of India to its visitors through art and colours. The museum beautifully essays how Indians live and experience multiple eras at once through this country’s diversity and legacy. Not surprising that a tour of the Jaya He Museum often
A guided tour of the Darasuram Airavateswara(Airavateswarar)temple sculptures and micro-carvings, with focus on Ardhanarisurya, Kannapar, Ganga, Saraswati statues
A detailed guide to visiting Airavateswarar temple at Darasuram- one of the ‘Great Living Chola temples’, with a focus on Chola architecture, Chola sculpture and micro-carvings, and more…
I love the majestic Havelis of Rajasthan and Gujrat. These Havelis ooze with so much character and a sense of oneness when inside them. In a quest to explore the Havelis of Jhunjhunu, the gateway to the Shekhawati region in Rajasthan, we took a detour at Surajgarh, on our way back to Delhi. We were
Photography is a big part of family travels. The memories that are created in these journeys are precious and priceless. And the last thing one wants is missing oneself in these captured family moments by being on the other side of the lens as the photographer! Thanks to the concept of ‘Selfies’ and amazing innovation