Just look into their eyes.
Lord buddha with relishing colors
Cotton cloth (44cm * 33cm)
Medium :- acrylic and water color
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These photos have been taken in Udaipur in the years 2017 and 2018 and portray the amazing beautiful skies there. These beautiful skies have a big place in my heart as when I lived there, whenever I was sad, I would just go to my balcony and gaze at the sky just to see such skies everyday. These skies were the natural antidepressants that helped me out when life beat me down, only to rise up and soar high…
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The pictures above are of my two most favorite places I’ve been to.
The first image shot at the Jagmandir Island Palace and Udaipur which is owned by the prince of Udaipur the fourth and fifth picture also happen to be of the city palace of Udaipur. They show the beauty of the night life at Udaipur the rest of the pictures shows the life that is led by the Ladakhi people and the sceneries of Ladakh. These were some pictures and some places where I was taken by the local troops of my father’s Regiment. They showed me those places because they knew that I like travelling and I like seeing stuff that people do not get to see, that’s it.
The symbol of Madras
The pain let’s you know you are still alive.
The pristine beauty of Ladakh.
This is an elixir, a bounty which is invaluable, a taste of victory.
An old, pink railroad track runs over a lake, by my hometown. It’s nothing spectacular in and of itself, but the view as a whole is quite peaceful. The din made by the trains are not too pleasant, but the most appealing thing is the lake itself. The water just stays still, train or no train. I wish I were that easygoing.