A day tour in Mumbai, from the sea and up the Malabar Hills, visit Mahatma Gandhi museum Mani Bhavan and late lunch at Leopold Cafe and Bar. A box of (photographed) memory there.
[Travel] Mumbai, Historical Chhatrapati Shivaji Vastu Sanghralaya Museum
From the architecture of Indo-Saracenic of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya Museum to its heritage collection that showcase the culture, paintings, sculptures, arts and craft from the golden era.
[Travel] Kerala, Kathakali, the Vivid Metamorphosis of a Colorful Story
The transformation from actor to character, from man to a god. Kathakali is one of the oldest performance art exists today from the Sanskrit philosophy to the India mythology, told orally and through emotional movement in body language, mudra (hand sign) and navarasas (expression).
[Travel] Kerala, Introducing Kochi, the Queen of the Arabian Sea
The Queen of the Arabian Sea, Kochi in Kerala is known for its spices trading with Arab, Portuguese, Chinese, Dutch and the British. Now become the idilic tourist destination to enjoy the hospitality of harmonious culture and food.
[Travel] Delhi, the Amalgamation Architecture of Qtub Minar
Qtub Minnar, the tallest ancient tower made in olden time and the Qtub Complex with architecture taken from the remnants of Hindu and Jain temples, remade in the image of Persian and Islamic esthetic.
[Travel] Agra Fort, the Crown of Mughal Architecture
Across the Taj Mahal, here the Agra Fort is the start of the Mughal Empire and the last place where Shah Jahan looked upon his Wife’s tomb from the white marble palace.
[Travel] Agra, Taj Mahal the Jewel of the Palace
The most beautiful crown jewel of the Mughal architecture, Taj Mahal, the last resting place of Shah Jahan and Mumtaz Mahal. The end of a love story, but the heritage and legacy live on.
[Travel] Jaipur Amer Fort, the Beautiful Mosaics that Transcend Time
The most beautiful fort and palace in Jaipur, the Amber or Amer Fort. From the complicated floral and tile works in its gates the glass mosaics of its halls to the four levels of extended palace for the Maharaja and his wives, the Maharanis.