Fly Between The Lines

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Windmills, the temples of alternative energy seen on the way from Hospet to Bengaluru. Shot in January 2016

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An Old Cloudscape

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From one of the numerous trips to Mahabaleshwar we did six years ago.

It had just rained, and the smell of baked corn coming from the street vendors was making the atmosphere that much more pleasant. We sat down at the vantage point, and kept watching the clouds drift over the peaks.

You can now buy a print of this from the Recaptured store.

The Monkey King

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The ruins of Hampi paint a picture of a glorious empire. The monkeys add to the charm. This was taken near the Ram-Sita temple next to the Tungabhadra river.

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Flamingoes, an Egret, & a Boat

Flamingoes & an egret from the trip to Sewri Flamingo Point this year.

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Isa Khan Niazi’s Tomb

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Near the complex of the famous Humayun’s Tomb in New Delhi, there’s another mausoleum, whose architecture is strikingly different from its popular neighbour. It is that of Isa Khan Niazi, a Pashtun courtesan in Sher Shah Suri’s durbar, who fought against the Mughal empire.