Temple of the Emerald Buddha - Amazing Thailand

This series is based over my reflections upon visiting Thailand.

Shahjahanabad (Const 1648 CE)- The Legacy of Delhi Series (Vol 8)

'Shahjahanabad' is the eighth post in a series of 9 articles on the former capital cities which were built in the historical region of Delhi. Read on to know more..

Hill Fort of Kumbhalgarh, a UNESCO World Heritage Site

Know more about this incredible World Heritage Site here..

The Immortal Kumbh Mela - Mahakumbha of 2013

Believed to be the largest congregation of mankind in the world, read my series of posts to know how it feels like to be amongst a magnitude of people

Guru Dongmar Lake, one of the highest in the world

Few destinations have the ability to change your life; Sikkim being one of them. Check out the series 'Sikim Soujourn' to find out why ?



Friday, February 28, 2014

Picture of the Week #72 - Kos Minar, Grand Trunk Road (NH1), Panipat (16th Cent AD)

Kos Minar's (Mile Stones) like these were laid down by Sher Shah Suri (in the 16th Cent) on the 2500 km long Grand Trunk Road which ran between Chittagong and Kabul. The Grand Trunk Road is one of the longest and oldest roads in Asia.

Friday, February 21, 2014

Picture of the Week #71 - Baradari at Jhansi's Fort, Jhansi (Mid 19th Cent AD)

This Baradari was constructed by Raja Gangadhar Rao, the husband of Rani of Jhansi (Lakshmibai), inside the fort of Jhansi, Uttar Pradesh, India

Friday, February 14, 2014

Picture of the Week #70 - San Thome Basilica, Chennai, India (Const 16th Cent)

Only three churches in the world have been built over the tomb of an apostle (disciple) of Jesus Christ - Santiago de Compostella (St James, Spain), St Peters Baslica (Rome) and St Thomas Basilica (Chennai)
Picture © Rohan A Singh

Friday, February 7, 2014

POTW #69 - Kamakshi Amman Temple, Kanchipuram (Const 6th Cent AD)

Picture © Rohan A Singh