I had been to a resort holiday with my team and had good time.
I would like to share a few memories to all of you, through this Travelogue
Hope you like it.
Thanks for stopping by,
Aditya (6 photos)
Clicks at my native.
I have been to my native recently for a week period, to visit my parents and spend some time with them.
Most of the pics in this travelogues are clicks on the move. (6 photos)
Venue en Inde pour rencontrer les cousins des indiens venus remplacer les esclaves dans les plantations de mon ile ŕ partir de 1848, j'ai rencontré des sourires ŕ foison et une fraternité souriante et chaleureuse. 4 semaines en Inde du sud... (108 photos)
Visited Kochi and Munnar. Mother nature has given lot to these places. Famous with backwater, chineese net fishing, nice Kerala food, spices, beautiful tea gardens and Aurveda. (15 photos)
In India people wants to go aboard for a trip but I feel in India we have lots of beautiful places. When I was in school I went shimla-manali with my parents but we don’t have much time to spend there..so this year I plan a trip for simla-manali-rohtang-kullu-manikaran. Himalaya is a very beautiful place and you will like the peoples also.
Amit... (full story) (11 photos)
From the crest of the Great Himalaya to that of Karakoram, lies Ladakh. Full of valleys, mountains, glaciers, and human habitation settled at various altitude from 2700 meters to 4500 meters. Along with Tibet Buddhism started in Leh-Ladakh. Perched on remote high peaks, these monasteries seem to rise from the formidable surrounding terrain. Buddhism hardly needs to be studied in Ladakh. The impact of the religion on the hardworking and deeply religious mountain folk is obvious from their simple yet profound way of living.... (full story) (7 photos)
Konkan is the West Coast part of the India, Arabian ocean. The land of Lord Parshuram. The land is full with coconut, cashew nut, jackfruit, mango and palm trees. The soil is brick red, and roads are very narrow. The reach to the ocean is mostly through the fisherman's house, as they their houses are almost at the seashore, and they have their fishing boats near by. This area is almost closed in the rainy season due to heavy mansoon rains and high tides coming to the shore.... (full story) (6 photos)
This travelogue includes photos from our honeymoon to the picturesque state of Kerala.... (full story) (25 photos)
Rudranagar is a small village in the Birbhum district of West Bengal,which is in Eastern India.It is about 230 miles from Kolkata.My trip to Rudrananagar was great with a lot of great snapsAlthough it wears a rustic look,people are quite well off here.The well-off section of this village are people who own agricultural land and are close to the soil.The rest are farmers and fishermen.Poverty is everywhere and so is reflected in the pictures.
Although this village is well connected to the world,people here are camera shy and so they tend to hide away. (5 photos)