Symbols – at the Shrine

In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Symbol.” Symbols are always unique and creative, they have to present a collective. A symbol has to be always inspiring and carry a story into the future. Symbols express a strong bond between the present and the past, its ability to be identified with the mass has to be the strength of the symbol. I have … Continue reading Symbols – at the Shrine

Doors – In Between

In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Door.” There are things known and things unknown and in between there are the doors. The doors are an entry into another dimension, entry into another space, entry into another vivid imagination, entry into another concept, entry into another design. The doors are always an impressive art of architecture, whether it is a thatched hut or … Continue reading Doors – In Between

Early Bird – Arise and Awaken

In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Early Bird.” A series of Sunrise, that i shot from a basic phone. I would not think of a person not enthused by watching the sunrise. I was all excited like a small child and made my moment with the rays of lights. I took off from Bangalore and landed in Mumbai on the first flight … Continue reading Early Bird – Arise and Awaken

Afloat in Time

In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Afloat.” These photos were captured at different periods of time and  I have brought the together for this weeks Title. Images bring memories and memories are beautiful Images of the past. I am learning to improve and capture beautiful pieces of pictures. I like to show my country and it’s culture to all in a unique … Continue reading Afloat in Time


In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Blur.” Just a day before my engagement on January 31st 2015, I visited the famous temple square in Udupi to seek Krishna’s blessings. I usually carry my camera and it is a very simple Kodak, I use it to capture something which catches my attention. I was walking by the pond around the temple and with … Continue reading Blur

Once in a Lifetime

December 2014 coming to an end, a year that served more than I asked for. Few things very tough and somethings tackled with grace. Coming back to the marriage scenario, in the last three weeks that have gone by I witnessed four different marriages. I haven’t got a chance to attend marriages like these back to back since “Marriages are made in Heaven”. The first … Continue reading Once in a Lifetime

Rapture — A pleasure in Waiting

The Indian marriage alliance for would be brides and grooms is very complicated. There are a lot of things which come into picture while selecting a suitable partner. While I am on the lookout from quite a while now, it takes more than a sincere effort to please the people all around you. I consider people really lucky whose search ends even before they start. … Continue reading Rapture — A pleasure in Waiting