A few pictures from a Railway Crossing in Daurala, Meerut!
This is what would practically define every railway crossing in India… The bigger vehicles would “have” to stop, and the cyclists, don’t care! While one of them is already making his way through, the other is getting off his cycle to cross!
A tractor trolly loaded with sugarcane for the sugar-mills… a common sight during the mill season!
Yezdi! I am simply glad to have a picture of this bike in my collection! It has served a lot of folks in India well for decades, and there still are die-hard fans of the bike!
This piece of cloth is called a Loi or a Khes (very popular in UP and Haryana for light winters! Its interesting how this would also serve as a wind-cheater for some!)
The way I see it, folks who are voting for AAP, are doing two things..
1. Telling Congress that a collective effort by people can bring about a change… in whatever form, but it does
2. It should scare the other governments in power in other states! AK might have been the guy who stood up in Delhi, but there is nothing that stops more local AKs to get up and make a point!
I am not sure if AAP would win or not, but its making a dent for sure! and gaining entry into the system (which I feel is equally important)…
Also this means, that a lot of folks, are going to be reviewing their performance more closely!
One of Knot Just Pictures’ latest post has been gaining a lot of attention, and all for good
I almost forgot my cup of tea when I saw this video! Must have seen it about 50 times already, and I still cannot get over it! Amazing advert, very well done!
Here is a making video too…
Some more behind the scenes details on this link here…
And last but not the least, a Rajni Flavored spoof
Live your life like a game…
If there is no next level, you are not probably moving ahead!
Met these two young boys on a sunny afternoon in Panipat… Was at the Devi Mandir in Panipat, taking a few pictures when they came up to me to check what was I upto! Decided to take a picture of them too!
Venus (Greek equivalent: Aphrodite) was the Roman goddess of love. According to tradtion, Venus’ son, Aeneas, established the city of Rome and for this reason Venus was regarded as the ancestress of the Julian clan. The clan claimed descent from Iulus, Aeneas’ son. Thus Julius Caesar (died 44 BC), his adoptive successor Augustus (reigned 31 BC – AD 14) and other emperors could claim divine ancestry.
Text courtsey : http://www.britishmuseum.org/explore/highlights/articles/r/the_roman_goddess_venus.aspx
It was a cold November day at Brighton. Strong winds, rough sea, dark clouds… and it still did not stop this man from getting out with a bucket full of fish for the birds!
Portobella Market is a visitor’s delight! and when I say visitor, I mean locals and tourists both! It has some of the best antiques on display and sale… and for street photographers like me, it provides one of the best opportunities to soak in the energy, and shoot to your heart’s satisfaction!