Golkonda Fort, Hyderabad The stones here speak to me, and I know their mute language. Also, they seem deeply to feel what I think. So a broken column of the old times, an old tower, a weather-beaten piece of a pillar understands me well. But I am a ruin myself, wandering among ruins.
The city illumines truth and reveals reality. It does not bring new wonders into the scope of vision, but enables one to see what is already there. Where this eternal light intersects the earth, it is known as Kashi.
One of the finest arts of the Kakatiyas. Among the celebrated temples built by rulers of the Kakatiya dynasty, the Thousand Pillar Temple was perhaps the earliest. According to the inscription the complex was raised by Rudra Deva(1158-1195 A.D) and it enshrines Rudresvara, Vasudeva and Surya. It is thus a triple shrine. The main deities... Continue Reading →
Rath Yatra also known as Chariot Festival is a festival associated with Lord Jagannath (avatar of Lord Vishnu) held at Puri in India during the months of June or July. It is the celebration of the Lord Jagannath along with his brother Lord Balabhadra and sister Devi Subhadra’s journey towards their aunt's house. Devotees from... Continue Reading →
Warangal is the second largest city of Telangana state. The city was capital of the Kakatiya dynasty. The Kakatiya ruled here for around 200 years and left behind their legacy in the form of fascinating forts, monuments and temples and stone gateways . Marco Polo, the famed Italian traveller, speaks of Warangal in his travel diaries... Continue Reading →