Apr 082012
 
Essence Of Old Hyderabad-II

Making Bread  This photo is being submitted as part of Thursday challenge with the topic Hands. I clicked this picture during a visit to the Old Hyderabad with TCPC when we were trying to capture the Essence of Old Hyderabad. Check the other photos by clicking here  

Apr 012012
 
Essence Of Old Hyderabad

We are getting  more and more alienated with our roots and forgetting our heritage, so every once in a while I get a bug to visit old city of Hyderabad to connect to the glorious past of the city. So this Saturday with a group  of TCPC  shutterbugs we decided to visit the old city behind the  Salarjung museum. The meeting point was Darush Shifa Jamia Masjid which has  pure white  presence in sea of color around it. I have never been in this part of the city and was very excited about the visit.  The group leader Rahul [Continue Reading By Clicking Here…]

Aug 212011
 
Shilparamam- A mini Indian Bazaar

Right in the concrete jungle of Cyberabad, Hitech city Madhapur there is an Oasis of Shilparamam, built on the same lines as Delhi Haat. It is conveniently located in the Cybercity so it is common to find IT professionals in the complex with their expat clients taking a dekko at the wares on display. Shilparmam is worth a visit with your family and friends. It is a gated rural theme market with artisans from different part of the country selling their ware in open Haat kind of shops. The artisans and the ware they bring keeps on changing so if you like to [Continue Reading By Clicking Here…]

Aug 152011
 
Golconda Fort

Golconda Fort in Hyderabad I have been to Golconda fort in Hyderabad many times, but most of the times it will be with some visiting friends and relative to show them the grandeur of the birthplace of Kohinoor diamond as the legend goes. This last time I visited with some Hyderabadi friends with the sole purpose of taking some pictures Golconda has had a very interesting history. It started as a mud fort where shepherds used to come with cattle hence the name -Gwala Konda or Shepherd hill in the Telugu the local language. Stair Case To Nowhere One [Continue Reading By Clicking Here…]