Tuesday, March 28, 2006

Weekend trip to Tanjaur

Anti-clockwise from NorthWest corner are Prasad, Ashish, Chinmay and Amit.

We were at Tanjaur to visit places and also to meet some Tanjaur Marathi people staying there for ages. Ashish is doing his dissertaion on this subject in order to get his diploma in jounalism.

Darbar Hall

Staute of Ch Sarfoji Maharaj in Royal Museum

Shrimant Babajiraje Bhosale, Yuvaraaj (Senior Prince) of Tanjaur, spares a few moments with us at his royal residence.

Evolved human beings

Natyashaastra Monument at South Zone Cultural Centre.

Laughing Buddhaa is there too.

Dancing Dolls

South Zone Cultural Centre

Natyashaastra monument at South Zone Cultural Centre

Bruhadeeshwar Mandir at dusk.

This is a world heritage monument. A wonderful place with architectural, historical and also religious significance. A MUST SEE place for any tourist!

Amit and Chinmay

Bruhadeeshwar Mandir

Steps at the front entrance

Glory in the night

Bruhadeeshwar Mandir Tanjaur

Tuesday, March 21, 2006

Monday, March 20, 2006

Guhagar Ride Nov 2004

After tea break at the dusk.
Bypassing GaNapatipuLe towards Ichalkaranji in south east direction. 180 km to go.

Hedavie beach

Riverview from the uphill

Dabhol Power Corp. seen from Gopalgad. Remember ENRON.

Starting for Guhagar again.

It's me posing for camera just after finishing the round of the fort. The gate in picture is the only opening in the walls of the fort (known to us!)


Blue flower shines in the morning sun. Can some body name the flower?

Tableland beside Gopalgad

En route Gopalgad

A dip in Arabian Sea

"Te bagh.. kaay karat basalaay bagh ajoon to... aray yyay ikade!", Satish and Corbet


Corbet's backyard

A bud

Ratnagiri district

BheL puri centre

Retrospection at the sunset... Satish does that!

A scene on beach ... ...

Children making castle at a beach in Guhagar

Kumbharlie ghat starts

Guhagar Ride Nov 2004: "Caution!! Dangerous Curves! Drive Slow!"... Kumbharlie Ghat starts.

Saturday, March 18, 2006

Diwalie 2004

Streak lines for flow visualization... DiwaaLie 2004.

DiwaaLie 2004, Purva has some fun but wonders why I stand in front of her with something aimed at her!

Thursday, March 16, 2006

Photograph of the manuscript of Abhangs by Sant Tukaram. More information is available at http://www.esakal.com/20060316/home7.html

Thursday, March 09, 2006

Yet another Puduchchery ride

An expression caught in frame by Arunendra

Resting on the lawns of Tiger Caves.