Tuesday Photo Challenge – Slippery

Kanthanpara Waterfalls & Lakkom Waterfalls –

The similarity of these waterfalls are , Naturally they are embedded with rocks and tends to be slippery when people try to reach the falls.



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Delhi – Vir Bhumi – P8

Vir Bhumi –

Vir Bhumi is the memorial of Rajiv Gandhi, the youngest and the 6th Prime Minister of India. The memorial lies next to Raj Ghat, between the banks of Yamuna River and Mahatma Gandhi Road, also called main Ring Road. This is south east to Red Fort.

The meaning of Vir Bhumi is the “Land of the Brave.”

Vir Bhumi features a huge, stone-carved lotus in full bloom. It is surrounded by 46 lotuses. They symbolise the number of years Rajiv Gandhi lived. The site also features rocks from different states of India spread around it.

Pictures referencing Rajiv Gandhi in Indira Gandhi Residence –


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Lens-Artists Challenge #17: Just For FUN

Wayanad – On the Way to Edakkal Caves –

Monkey’s are always funny !!! See the reaction of the cub in the first picture and the second picture .. smaller ones teasing the cub and see his reaction ..lol 🙂 



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Versatile Blogger Award

Dear all, I have been nominated for Versatile Blogger Award by Zahid. Thank you so much Zahid for the Nomination.  Please do visit his blog # https://mmzahid.wordpress.com/ for social awareness posts.

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Rules – 

  • If you are nominated, you’ve been awarded the Versatile Blogger Award
  • Thank the person who gave you the award
  • Include a link to their blog
  • Select 15 blogs/bloggers that you’ve recently discovered or follow regularly
  • Nominate those 15 bloggers for the Versatile Blogger Award
  • Finally, tell the person who nominated you 7 things about yourself

Seven things about me – 

  • Basically I m from Kanchipuram, A famous tourist spot in India. It is famous for Temples and Silk Sarees !  🙂 
  • I m married, my wife is a homemaker ! 
  • My reading interest towards books came after reading ” Ponniyin Selvan ” , though I read books only that grabs my attention and Interest. 
  • My dream is to Visit all the Wonders in the World.
  • My Birthday is 1st November 
  • My Profession is not at all related to my education 
  • My Grandfather played a vital role in my life, My first international visit coincided on his birthday – The Travel date and his birthday is the most celebrated day in India – 15th August 🙂 

My Nominees – 

I would like to Keep my nomination open and like to nominate everyone who likes this post. 🙂 

Thank you so much Zahid once again for the Nomination ! 

Delhi – Rajghat – P7

Rajghat –

Rajghat is the memorial of our father of Nation, Mahatma Gandhi . This memorial is located between the main Ring Road which is now known as the Mahatma Gandhi Road and the banks of the Yamuna River, just southeast of Red Fort. Set amidst deep green lawns and fountains, Rajghat is surrounded by a lovely wooded area and several exotic trees creating a serene ambience.

A black stone platform in an open air complex marks the spot where Gandhi was cremated. A flame constantly burns at one end of the platform. As a sign of respect, visitors are required to remove footwear before approaching the memorial. A commemorative ceremony is held every Friday, to mark the day Gandhi died. Prayer sessions are held at the Raj Ghat on Gandhi’s birth and death anniversaries.

The Peace associated with this place clearly resembles the principle he followed in his life – “Ahimsa” . The memorial has the epitaph  “Hey Ram”, believed to be the last words uttered by Gandhi.

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Delhi – Lotus Temple – P6

Lotus Temple –

Lotus Temple was one of the prime attractions in Delhi. It is called as House of Worship. Irrespective of religion, any one can Visit Lotus Temple to do the meditation.

In the Month of March, Delhi Climate was OK, but you wouldn’t sweat but still you will be tired. It requires a long stretch of walking to reach the Lotus Temple. So when you prepare to visit Lotus temple, It is good to go with water bottles. But it was a very beautiful place in Delhi. It will take almost close to 2 hours to reach and Come back  . 

If you are not interested in Meditation, then this place is not for you. This is the place for those who love Peace!

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Delhi – Parliament House & Rashtrapathi Bhavan – P5

Parliament of India –

Parliament house is the Legislative body of India which consists of Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha. Lok Sabha is lower house has the members who are elected by Citizens of India and termed for 5 years . It has 545 Members. Rajya Sabha is the upper house has the members elected by the MLA’s ( Member of Legislative Assembly) . It has 250 members and termed for 6 years.

Rashtrapathi Bhavan –

Rashtrapathi Bhavan is the official home of President of India. It has 340 rooms including reception halls, guest rooms and offices.It may also refer to the entire 130-hectare Presidential Estate that additionally includes huge presidential gardens large open spaces, residences of bodyguards and staff, stables, other offices and utilities within its perimeter walls. In terms of area, it is one of the largest residences of a head of state in the world.

Due to security requirements that time, Vehicles are not allowed to stop in these zones. All these pictures are on the run captures 🙂

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Tuesday Photo Challenge – Surprise

Capturing Clouds is always a Surprising factor. Last week, I captured this picture ,It looks like a “Flying bear”  🙂  .. What do you guys see ??  



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Surprises !! – A Snippet on Unplanned Travel

Some times, travel plans work more efficiently when YOU DON’T plan things up. It’s kind of a Travel I will talk about after completion of Delhi Series. It gave me surprises after surprises and got a opportunity to be part of a spiritual event happen once in 144 years. Does that sounds like a Surprise ?? It was more than a Surprise for me 🙂  . 

                 – Will discuss in detail with places and event after Delhi Series 🙂 


Real Neat Blog Award

Good Morning all , My blog have been nominated for the Real Neat Blog Award by “Er. Mukhtar Zahid”. Thank you so much Zahid for the Nomination. He is one of my new follower, Please do visit his blog # https://mmzahid.wordpress.com/ for social awareness posts.

The Real Neat Blog Award is given to bloggers who are positive, creative, and inspiring by other bloggers.

Excerpt From Kitty’s Blog –

Late in 2014, I made this new award: the Real Neat Blog Award. There are so many bloggers whose blogs deserve more attention. So, I will try to do something about that.

Follow 💁 https://dearkitty1.wordpress.com/

The Rules of the Real Neat Blog Award are – 

  • 1. Put the award logo on your blog.
  • 2. Answer 7 questions asked by the person who nominated you.
  • 3. Thank the people who nominated you, linking to their blogs.
  • 4. Nominate any number of bloggers you like, linking to their blogs.
  • 5. Let them know you nominated them (by commenting on their blog etc.)         

Questions –  

1. Where do most visits to your blog come from? 

Top 3 Places goes to 1. India 2. USA and 3.UK  

2. What is your favourite sport?

Cricket –  20/20 format now 🙂 

3. What has been a special moment for you so far in 2018?

I won’t have any special moment till now , but a moment of surprise last week on a unplanned trip to Thirunelveli for Mahapushkaram. It was really surprising as we didn’t planned anything for a long trip but got executed just like that 🙂 

4. What is your favourite quote?

Live and let others Live / Reality is stranger than Fiction 

5. What was your favourite class when still at school?

on School – 11th and 12th – I still remember the Maths Tuition and related fun !!! lol 🙂 

on College – Final Year – I never attended the 1st Period in the Final Semester !! lol 🙂 

6.Anything you had wished to have learned earlier?

Swimming / I still wish to learn !! 

7.What musical instrument have you tried to play?

I never tried to play any Musical Instruments, but a lot of Interest to play Piano & Keyboard.

My Nominees – 

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  1. kagould17
  2. Optimistic Soul
  3. Kathleen Jennette
  4. Arushi
  5. BeingAlive
  6. thejetsetgocouple
  7. crucialnotes
  8. Reema
  9. EverydayGoddess
  10. Ioana
  11. Abhishek pathania
  12. ~H@rdip~
  13. Piyush Choudhary
  14. nandasagec
  15. Thought for Change
  16. Malavika M Nair
  17. Akshaya Thulasi
  18. Katherine
  19. pvcann
  20. ShankySalty


@MY NOMINEES – Please answer the same Questions 

Thanks again Zahid for the nomination and extend my thanks to Kitty for creating this award for encouraging the bloggers. 

Congratulations to my nominees !!!