Drifters, nomads, and even the state of impermanence: this week, share your photos of transient.




The soon to vanish morning dews
It has served as a throne to many and everyone sitting ATOP is the Ruler.
Thronged by visitors – drifters at large
Transient people and the same place – witness so many stories to tell.


Transient effect


Wish you a happy festive season and God Bless, hand decorated with Mehdi.

Hope you enjoyed the pictures, will be back for more and keep sharing your. Head towards the WPC central for more of it.

Order, Order and More Order

Stack of bread


Pillars in order at the Taj Mahal

Arranged in Order
Cups and Saucer – Love to drink coffee


Woollen clothes at Manali Hill station piled up
You need to be in Order and respect the queue to get the glimpse of Taj Mahal

Have a wonderful day ahead and stay blessed 🙂

Spread smile and keep smiling, Love you all.

In response to the WPC: Order


When it comes to heritage, class, love and tradition – Taj Mahal always has a special mention.

Here are some pics from the Taj Mahal from my last tour and taken early morning.

Silhouetted at dawn
Silhouetted at dawn


Playing hide and Seek with the Sun



Against the red backdrop


The minarets from the hall of prayer house opposite to it


The Taj from the hall of prayer house

The Minaret – Bottoms Up
The minaret and the moon
A tourist tries to grab a view on his mobile.
Thats why they call it Wah Taj aka Wow Taj – Namste Snap in Indian attire from a tourist delegation 

Hope you liked the pictures and let me know which one was your favourite and critics and comments are welcome too.

In response to the weekly photo challenge Heritage – share a photo that channels a living tradition, whether it’s your own or someone else’s.

Love you all and have a great day ahead, Lots of love and a BIG HUG 🙂

Hari Om and Jai Shri Krishna.

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge – Mar 21, 2017

The topic for this week’s Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge is View from the Back, Bottom or Underneath.

I found some pictures which were apt for the challenge and I am sure you all will love it.

A back view of Dahlia

We get to learn a lot from the blog and each other, well it was from Cee that I learnt various perspectives – capturing the flowers from the back view is one of them.

Pearl 307
Nothing is more satisfying as quenching ones thirst.
One of the minarets of Taj… Can you spot the Moon.. waning or waxing?
Peacock while going home dancing
Back view of a flower
This is called Bottoms Up…A tree view from the bottom
Playing with Pets
Heading towards tranquillity…. always good to be at beaches which are so peaceful. This is Digha beach located in the Eastern side of India and considered to be the Brighton of India.


Besides the photographs, I simply love the concepts and thoughts which comes to Cee for the photography challenges, this clearly goes out to prove how creative Cee is.

Enjoy and have a good day ahead.


Stay ahead and stay blessed, keep smiling it fits you good 🙂


This is one the pictures taken when a group of family and friends visiting The Taj Mahal were posing for the group picture. They were somewhere from Europe I believe. It is always such a fun to travel in groups – so much of fun and frolic.

The picture is so powerful in itself as it depicts love, warmth and passion, you are simply mesmerised by the view of the Taj. That is why we say in India “Wah Taj!” meaning Wow Taj!

Foreigners dressed and draped in Indian attire(Saree)
Loved the man at the right, he was so happy….

Wish that there is more love and peace in the world.

Wish unity in diversity and cultural diversity and cultural fusion.

Wish for peace to freely travel across the world.

Wish for equality and respect among all – beyond race, religion and dialects.

Wish for freedom to choose what to wear in any part of the world.

I could notice the joy and pride they took in the Indian dress and were so happy. Makes you feel more proud and elated whenever you see such wonderful people around you.

Love you all and stay blessed 🙂 Lots of kisses and a big HUG.

Posted in response to the WPC Wish