Incredible India ❤️
Jaipur’s cultural beauty is well expressed in architecture and art forms. One of the best ways to enjoy the culture is museum. The best of all museums is Albert Hall Museum. This museum provides exclusive collection of artifacts, objects and other art forms.
The Indian Army had played a crucial role in World War I and fought gallantly through battles in remote and very distant lands. The India Gate, formerly known as the All-India War Memorial memorial commemorates soldiers of Indian Army who lost their lives in the First World War fighting in France, Flanders, Mesopotamia, Persia, East Africa, Gallipoli and elsewhere in the Near and the Far East and the Third Anglo-Afghan War in 1919. 13,300 servicemen's names, including some soldiers and officers from the UK, are inscribed on the gate.
On the top of the memorial is inscribed ‘With the Imperial Suns’ while both sides of the arch have INDIA, flanked by the dates MCMXIV (1914 left) and MCMXIX (1919 right). Below the word INDIA, is inscribed, in capital letters: “TO THE DEAD OF THE INDIAN ARMIES WHO FELL HONOURED IN FRANCE AND FLANDERS MESOPOTAMIA AND PERSIA EAST AFRICA GALLIPOLI AND ELSEWHERE IN THE NEAR AND THE FAR-EAST AND IN SACRED MEMORY ALSO OF THOSE WHOSE NAMES ARE RECORDED AND WHO FELL IN INDIA OR THE NORTH-WEST FRONTIER AND DURING THE THIRD AFGHAN WAR”
' The Stone Chariot '
Vijaya Vitthal Temple - Hampi - १०
The Stone Chariot inside is actually a shrine dedicated to Garuda, built inside the Vittala Temple Complex. The massive sculpture of Garuda, Lord Vishnu’s escort once was seated atop the chariot but it is empty at the present date.
I promise that's the last one from Pangong- also reflects the exact feeling I had when I took this picture. We were all set for our 5 hour journey back to Leh from Pangong and I was in my comfy ripped joggers and crop top when we passed by this wonderful patch with not a single person around and guess what there I was with my pose ready 😇