Morjim beach

Morjim Beach

Morjim beach is in North Goa, next to Ashwem beach and the Chapora River. Morjim is famous as the nesting ground of the endangered Olive Ridley Turtle. There are many foreign tourists here. Most of them are from Russia, which is why Morjim beach is often referred to as “Little Read more…

Siolim Bridge

Siolim bridge view

Siolim or Solim is a town on the Chapora River, in north Goa. The Siolim Bridge in Goa connecting villages such as Siolim and Chopdem lies 7 kms south of Morjim across the Chapora River. The bridge is a landmark in the Siolim village from where one can see some Read more…

Khedda resort Photography

Khedda resort Bangalore

Khedda Resort is located off Kanakapura Main Road, traditionally decorated with high standards. The resort is ideally located within the city limits yet away from the chaos of the city life. It is about an hour’s drive from new airport and Whitefield. Spread across 20 acres of land with a Read more…


World’s oldest tree

Photography, defining it in one word or a paragraph is not enough. Not even books written on it can define it completely. To start with, I would say it’s an art form. Painting with light to be accurate. It’s the only way to freeze a memory in passing time. May Read more…

Gyuto tantric monastery

Gyuto Tantric Monastery Temple

The Gyuto Monastery is one of the most famous monasteries in Tibet and specializes in the study of Tantric meditation, Tantric ritual arts and Buddhist philosophy. The main disciple of the first Dalai Lama, Jetsun Kunga Dhondup, founded Gyuto Monastery in 1474 in eastern Tibet. The Gyuto monks practice the Read more…

Manali hill view Image

Manali valley hill view

Manali valley hill view photograph taken by DSLR 5200 from Sunpark resort’s rooftop. Camera details are given below while taking image. F stop f/11 Exposure time 1/160 sec. ISO speed ISO-100 Focal length 55mm Flash mode No flash File type JPG

Pandoh Dam

Pandoh Dam

The Pandoh Dam is an embankment dam on the Beas River in Mandi district of Himachal Pradesh, India. Under the Beas Project, the dam was completed in 1977 and its primary purpose is hydroelectric power generation. Part of a run-of-the-river power scheme, it diverts the waters of the Beas to Read more…