Dil tak dil kash hai Dilli

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Remember the last post on Haridwar? If not then see here.

Well today I am going to show you some photographs captured in Delhi during the same tour.

It was the 1st of November, 2015. We reached Delhi at about two o’clock in the afternoon, our train being late by two hours. We had some food and went to the Red Fort to catch the ‘Light and Sound show’ which gives a glimpse of history from the time of the Pandavas to the British Raj. Continue reading “Dil tak dil kash hai Dilli”

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Kumartuli – Mobile Photography

In the last 6 months I have not posted a single blog post.This is due to my negligence and also due to not finding any subjects to write upon.

But now the time has come for Durga Puja – the festival of all festivals. As we keep counting the days left for the arrival of the Goddess, a grand work is being done in Kumartuli: the making of the idols. Kumartuli is a place frequented by many shutterbugs during this time of the year. Continue reading “Kumartuli – Mobile Photography”

Visit to Hooghly Imambara

Last Sunday on 22nd March, 2015 some of my college friends planned for a day out to Bandel. I was excited as this was going to be my first trip with college mates. But as soon as I heard that we would have to go in a local train, my heart sank. For me train journey is for going somewhere far for some days, not one day. I have rarely travelled in a local train before, so I preferred going in a bus. But the others rejected my idea and told me to come to Sealdah Station, from where one friend would accompany me.

And so we boarded the Katwa Local from Sealdah Station at 8:04 am. The following photo was taken inside the train.

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Others boarded the same train and the same compartment from different stations. We reached Bandel at about 9:45 am. Some photos taken just after alighting at Bandel Station are below.

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