I loved the frame, loved the scene. But still couldn't get a perfect picture.
So, for those people who always ask me "who click your pictures when you travel solo?". It's not easy to get a perfect shot everytime. When you travel solo, you have to ask people multiple times to click pictures, but sometimes you end up getting something like this, because people bring their own innovative ways to click pictures.
Ever so still in my mind, the moment which overpowers my senses. The mating of water and the Earth, while the water dissolves the Earth in different lands. Earth finds its peace in the water which makes it so still. Ever so still in my mind, that moment.
Ganpati Bappa morya!🌸
Remarkable monolithic statue in Hampi.The towering statue of Kadalekalu Ganesha has a height of 15 feet. The giant statue was carved out of a single huge boulder. The belly of Ganesha has been chiselled in such a manner that it resembles a Bengal gram (known as Kadalekalu in the local language). Hence, the statue has been given the name of Kadalekalu Ganesha. .
#ExploreRajasthan : Have you heard of the “The Great Wall of China”? Of course, you might have.
What if we ask you about the second longest wall in the world after The Great Wall of China?
Well, it’s located at the #KumbhalgarhFort in #Rajasthan .
Extending to a whooping 36 kms in length, the wall is popularly known as the Great Wall of India
Tag someone you would go here with!
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I want to work beyond 7pm.
I want to go out alone.
I don't want to constantly be monitored on my whereabouts.
I want to wear clothes that I like.
I don't want to depend on a man for my security.
I don't want to fear.
I want to be free.
It's time to police the men and free the women.
Let's teach our sons how to be instead of telling the girls how not to be. Let's be conscious to take responsibility for the men in our lives and correct them or call them out when you know they are wrong.
I am still hopeful that a day will come when women can walk free without the worry of an attack. Maybe, a century later. But why not?
At this point, though... I live in fear. The fear of being judged by a perpetrator for my actions. The fear of eventually becoming the mother of a girl I may not be able to protect. The fear of continued helplessness that I can't do much for other women.
We are all angry about what happened to this girl we never met. But many of us, unknowingly, feed the regressive thought processes that lead to assault on women. It could be a thing as basic as referring to anything weak or delicate as "feminine". Have you noticed how men in most households are always put in high regard? Kids pick up these traits, mostly subconsciously. If you are keen to make things better start observing and you'll find so many things you need to alter.
Don't work towards protecting women. Instead try to create an environment where they won't require protection.
P.S. My life as a journalist and traveller will come to an end if this fear continues. Please help me out you all. Sharing a happy picture with you all and hoping you read till here so that I can tell you that this was clicked at The Joint, Hyderabad on a day when I felt free and secure.
#ExploreLadakh : Open for only four months of the year, the 400 km long #GravelRoute connects the Manali valley to Lahaul, Spiti valleys and Zanskar valley in Ladakh.
The route will mesmerise you with the beauty it offers
Tag someone you would want to take this ride with!
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