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Meghalaya is a little jewel tucked away in the North-eastern part of India. As one can infer from its name, this place is indeed the 'Abode of Clouds'. You can read the first instalment of the post here - 'Meghalaya – Land of the clouds,...

As a nature photographer, I always love to work with the natural light as much as possible. There are a few exceptional situations, yes, like, when there is sheer lack of enough light ( working with macro subjects, more so, in the darkness of the...

Meghalaya - The name comes from two Sanskrit words, 'Megh' meaning clouds and 'Alaya' meaning abode, "The abode of the clouds". So very apt. Visit the place in monsoon or just post monsoon and you will realise the true meaning of its name. Clouds dot...

Sunset is surely an everyday, common place phenomenon. However, whenever I see one, I seem to get drawn in. There is something peaceful, blissful, and relaxing in admiring the beauty of a setting sun and the gorgeous motley of colours and shapes that emanate from...

Kaas, the plateau of bliss, the 'valley of flowers' of south India is a biodiversity hotspot very close to Satara, in Maharashtra. This place is well known for the annual bloom of various types of wild flowers and its amazing reptilian life. It was very...

For a long time, had been cherishing a dream of visiting the architecturally resplendent and historically significant places of Hampi, Badami, Pattadakal & Aihole. Somehow, a travel to that part of Karnataka, never materialised. During Christmas, last December, finally got my chance to go there, on a family vacation....