Extra but not (Ordinary)

In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “(Extra)ordinary.”

Okay folks I am making an attempt to show the above topic in relation to few images that I have captured. They may either make sense or not but I really would explain why they are extraordinary to me.

A small cafe at Nittur

On a early sunday morning sometime last year I rode with a couple of guys for breakfast to a place called Nittur, away from Bangalore at around 90 kilometers. A small hotel but famous for its idlis, we relished it with a lot of lipsmacking toast. I see our beloved freedom fighter’s photo still hanging on the walls and that is extraordinary, though we have moved ahead our people still know where all that freedom comes from the greatest sacrifice. The potrait is of Netaji Subash Chandra Bose.

The old Door

On a official trip to Pune I visited the famous fort at the heart of the city that belonged to Chatrapathi Shivaji, the great Maratha ruler and this is significantly extraordinary because though the door is old, and creaky it still stands without any alteration or modification after all these years.

I am One and You are two

This was standing right in the middle of a ground at the Manipal University and you guys have to think why this is really extraordinary here. Positions are important and without the second there would be no prime position.

The Tiller

The old tiller has its own story of why it is extraordinary since it has sown and plowed the fields every year after year. Standing upright and good to go at the heartland of Mangilari in Karkala.

Saying that I would leave you all do the imagination to your thoughts and pen down here.


About The Wall Of Fusions

I am an Electronic Engineer by education and a Service Engineer by profession. Born and brought-up in Delhi, Chandigarh, Manipal, Bangalore. Bangalore is my home and it is very beautiful out here. My all time favorites are a plate of steaming idlis & vadas with piping hot sambar . This is a typical South Indian breakfast and I have survived on it as old as I am. Working in the Service Engineering profile has given me a lot of exposure about scientific business activities and it is a good learning experience. By providing first hand support to customers for their automated material quantizing and qualitative instruments which always need to perform better, I understand the techniques to keep up-to the challenge and Vinayak has continuously striven hard to improve his self, education and techniques by constant reading and implementation. His passion lies in implementing and learning new strategies. Vinayak is a Post Graduate in MBA from Sikkim Manipal of the Manipal University. The Blog here, "Wall Of Fusions", is an attempt to get close to like minded bloggers who love to share their experiences. My blog is a wall of my personal as well as professional experiences, I travel a lot since my profession demands it and I come across so many different people and various cultures with different recipes. I do not write about a significant genre here, I would give everything else other than that. So while you go ahead and read the experiences I share, if you throw back some of your's that would definitely serve a lot of purpose.
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