ShaluguptaPhotography, Travel

Recalling Malana

Trekking through dense cannabis fields, walking on a trail where second foot struggle to stay beside, that is an image of the trail towards Malana camps. I am not talking about the main village. Why? Because it wasn’t recommended. We reached Malana Dam at afternoon around 3. First, when we started after 10 minutes, I realized its not a good…

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Tram- Reviving Adventure of Kolkata

I want to go by tram” I said in excitement. Ok” He spoke carelessly. Then there was a time when I saw it on the road. I was a bit far. Although, I didn’t have a clear view but I could see it moving as slow as possible, just like an old showman showing his tricks to children with no…

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Tirupati Tirumala Temple

Tirumala town is managed by Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams (Temple trust). The town sees 50,000 to 1L visitors every day, yet no sign of mismanagement can be seen anywhere in the town or nearby Temple. There are no stray animals in the city although few wild animals can be spotted while descending from Tirumala because of the sanctuary. Temple trust has…

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Bhutan- A land of discipline

By meaning, it says the land of the dragons. However, I would like to call it a land of discipline. You can’t help but notice it in each and every act of Bhutanese person. Being a non-disciplined person in my entire life, I found it quite intriguing at first. No speeding vehicles anywhere, no horns, no shouting at each other,…

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A Roadways Traveler

When it comes to travelling, I often put travellers in two-three sections. First comes those who travel in their comfort zone, go to places with all amenities and availabilities. Second, people who go beyond the comfort zone but doesn’t get too crazy, like go to outskirts but committed to their cars, as if where their vehicle can’t go, they won’t…

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Imperfectly beautiful Spiti

Someone asked me on the way, what makes a barren land so attractive? Definition of the mountain starts with greenery. When it comes to the whole package, our imagination draws a picture of lush green mountains everywhere and a river with flowing water or probably meadows and a waterfall. Herewith no sign of greenery and river, well water is not…

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Tenzing

I met him at the dining room, watching a south Indian movie that he watched for like 50 times already (he can mimic every dialogue with emotion and background music), ignoring almost everyone. He came sat with us to eat only after finishing that and played a song meanwhile from Baaghi. Then asked him to play a regional song I…

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Dhankar, Spiti Valley

धंकर अजीब सी जगह है, या पहली बार बैरन क्षेत्र देखा है। चारो तरह सिर्फ़ बंजर ज़मीन बस आबादी वाली जगह मे थोड़ी बहुत हरियाली है। आबादी से मतलब हज़ार दो हज़ार लोग नहीं बस 600 सौ लोग.. रेकाॉगपेिओ के आगे जितना बढ़ते जाओ उतना ही बैरन क्षेत्र बढ़ता जाता है। साल मे नवम्बर से मार्च तक ये जगह बर्फ से…

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Is it love? I don’t know Yet

Is it love? I don’t know Its just whenever I see you, I know why I started It is true I have fallen many times But when I see you I know why I got up again Is it love? I don’t know You were invisible but inseparable You don’t bring peace to my mind you don’t bring peace to…

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Rajpath, India

Its exciting, Its exhilarating and for some unknown reasons music feels patriotic. Feels astonished and safe at the same time while being surrounded by the greatest power. Different powers assemble for the big day– Towards Glory Behind the scene— Get Ready Daredevil Army Women Time for Warm-up Some Candid moments after perfection       3+

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Mysteries of Frozen Lake

Stories are the soul of every land. They attach to the land and grow. Sometimes land vanishes, but stories don’t. There are many stories bound with Roopkund Lake, a frozen lake lies in the lap of Mount Trishul at altitude 16000 ft. Roopkund trek offers different moods of Nature during the entire journey. One has to cross all tree lines…

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What is your Perspective

Perspective is the easiest way to understand oneself for a person. It changes according to your inner state at the same time it various person to person. Positive and negative approach is another way to go. Sit back, look at the pictures and tell yourself what comes to your mind, repeat after a week . I am sure you’ll have…

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Extraterrestrial life

August 15, 1977, that was the first time ever when we have come to the evidence of extra-terrestrial life. Ohio State University’s Big Ear radio telescope received a strong anonymous radio band signal that lasted for complete 72 seconds. Although an attempt of finding the origin was not paid off but that was probably the first time ever when we…

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Being Human

As I walked down towards IndiaGate from Rashtrapati bhawan, a little girl grabbed my attention. That approx 4-5 years old girl was sitting with his brother. I stopped by to the nearest momo stall and started eating from my plate. She came to my friend and asked for momo. He gave her one piece. Gladly she moved towards her brother…

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