Wood Carving in Ahmedabad

Morning Heritage Walk in Ahmedabad begins from Swaminarayan temple and cover the internal lanes and Pols of the old city. I bring to you some pictures of the beautiful carving from the old city of Ahmedabad. The Ancestral occupation of the Hindu Suthar community, the craft of wood carving is practiced in the districts of... Continue Reading →

Calico Museum of Textiles

Ahmedabad, the city once known as the "Manchester of the East", due to its textile industry. I visited the city this month and had few selected must to go places. Calico Museum of Textiles was on the top of that list. It was initially a disappointment to know that you should have a prior booking for... Continue Reading →

On a day off

One of my dear friend 'Nevine' was in town last week. She is a great craft lover. We travel all around the city every time she comes here. This time our target was Connaught Place. There is a small lane on Janpath where you get some really beautiful handcrafted stuff. Here's a small glimpse on... Continue Reading →

Dilli 6

Old Delhi, walled city of New Delhi was founded as Shahjahanabad by Mughal Emperor Shahjahan in 1639. It was once filled with mansions of nobles and members of the royal court, along with elegant mosques and gardens. Today, despite having become extremely crowded and dilapidated, it still serves as the symbolic heart of the metropolitan city. Chandni Chowk, originally meaning moonlit square or... Continue Reading →


vanam vrindavanam naam pashvayam navkananam. gopgopigavam sevyam punyaditraunvirudham. - Srimad bhagwat 10/11/28 Vrindavan, located on the banks of river Yamuna,was a place of green woods and rolling meadows. It was home to Lord Krishna; where he is said to have herded his cows, danced with the Gopies,fought the evil Kansa and fallen in love with... Continue Reading →

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