latest, People, Travel, Travel-blog, Uncategorized / 08.09.2017

The entirety of "God's Own Country" as Kerala is also known, is a traveler’s paradise with the famed backwaters of Kerala taking one of the most popular roles in the tourism the in India. The rich heritage of Kerala also finds reflection in the various folk tales, legends and myths which surround almost all the parts of this tropical paradise. This in turn influences the various rituals and festivals in Kerala, with a number of the festivals which are celebrated in Kerala bearing resemblance to some of the myths and legends of Kerala. Due to the large number of beaches...

review, Uncategorized / 09.08.2017

If you don’t know Sigma Art Series lenses yet, you are missing out. Their well-established art lenses are shining in the market but it’s very hard to believe it took this long for a wide angle 20mm f1.4 art to make it out into the real world. But the moment I began shooting with this lens is the moment of past did not matter anymore.  INTRODUCTION During the last decades, zooming lenses have dominated the ultra-wide angle segments but if prime lenses are about to enter renaissance. Lately Nikon released a 20mm f/1.8 and we've seen a bunch of updates from Zeiss...

India, latest, People, Travel, Travel-blog, Travel-India, Uncategorized / 25.07.2017

Ladakh People are very different in looks from the rest of the country. Due to the altitude of the place, their skin is very hard and tough with soft and plain nature by heart. Their clothes and appearance are more alike to the Asian and Tibetan people. The Ladakh people are said to be the most simple and cheerful in nature. Even their lifestyle is very simple and they prefer to remain close to the nature. Dresses for Ladakh man and woman are totally different.  Women wear the Goncha, which is a loose thick woolen robe that is tied on waist by...

Uncategorized / 01.06.2017

Saffron, green, blue and white are the colours of India on the palette of God. With those colours he paints the fierce red hues of the sunsets and the sunrises in the Thar, the bright gold of the mustard meadows of Punjab, the soft snow of the Himalayas, the velvety cotton fields of the Deccan, the azure waters of the Ganga and Kaveri, the lush forests of the Sundarbans and the soul of a country so diverse in beauty and yet so united in wonder. Even the thirsty desert of Thar and the cold, barren harshness of Ladakh has a haunting...

Uncategorized / 25.02.2016

After an exhaustive night of exploring Udinur where a unique Pudhiyaramban Theyyam performance was encountered, we headed back to the room with the help of friends and slept more than 9 hours since we had to awake for another night and day for Super interesting ritual called “KANDANAR KELAN THEYYAM”.  I have analyzed various resources and came up short description .please find the details below. “Kandanar Kelan was a yesteryear warrior. The story goes that once Kandanar Kelan was out hunting in the forest when suddenly the forest caught fire. Finding no other means of escape he climbed a tree where...

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