Blog Posts - Chhatri



The painted towns of Shekhawati-2: Dundlod

Ilay Cooper’s book on Shekhawati set me off on an extraordinary trip to an extraordinary place, and I had to wait for nearly six months before I felt ready to write about it — so overwhelming were my thoughts and emotions. This … Continue...
by My Favourite Things on Jun 21, 2015

A Day Hike Around Kareri Village

For me walking is therapy, it almost always works to clear the cobwebs in my head. I guess there is something soothing about shutting everything out and just deciding where to keep the next step for a few hours! Or you can take the other view that my...
by Travel Tales from India on Feb 2, 2015

Mitraan di chhatri Lyrics-Pyaas

Mitraan di chhatri Lyrics Mitraan di chhatri ton ud gayee - 2 Ambaraan te launi e udaariyaan Phul koi vilayat wala lai gayaa - 2 Ghud da main reh gaya kyariyaan Mitraan di chhatri ton ud gayee Ambaraan te launi e udaariyan Ni bagiye kabu...
by Song Lyrics on Sep 5, 2014

Sky Watch Friday- The Royal Cenotaphs at Barabagh, Jaisalmer

I visited Jaisalmer recently on invitation from Suryagarh. We went on a temple trail which included the lesser known temples of the region like Navdungar temple. But it also included the royal cenotaphs at Barabagh. The skies were moody on the day as...
by Travel Tales from India on Aug 8, 2013

The creepy & beautiful cenotaphs of Rajasthan

It is an hour to sunset when I arrive at Devi Kund Sagar in Bikaner that February evening. I have just arrived from Mumbai earlier that day and this is one of the first sites I am visiting in Bikaner. … Continue reading →...
by My Favourite Things on May 27, 2013

The creepy & beautiful cenotaphs of Rajasthan

It is an hour to sunset when I arrive at Devi Kund Sagar in Bikaner that February evening. I have just arrived from Mumbai earlier that day this is one of the first sites I am visiting in Bikaner. Never … Continue reading →...
by My Favourite Things on May 27, 2013

Moosi Rani Ki Chharti, Alwar, Rajasthan

I recently visited Alwar in Rajasthan which is about 150 kilometers from Delhi. But as both of us are not a big fan of driving we took the Shatabdi Express from Gurgaon. Alwar is one and a half hour journey from Gurgaon by Shatabdi. I used to think t...
by Travel Tales from India on Jan 29, 2013

शिंदे छत्री ( Shinde Chhatri ) :

For whole story click here : Tagged: canon, chhatri, fort, forts, forts around pune, india, maharashtra, maratha empire, monuments, palaces, photography, pratik, pratik18p, pune, shinde, Shivaji maharaj, swarajya, weekend destinations...
by pratik ghag photography on Jun 9, 2012


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