Nizami Pride

When cities grow rapidly in a short span of time, the infrastructure needs to grow proportionally. While that hasn’t happened in Pune yet, Bangalore and Hyderabad are fast catching up. As the airport goes out of city bounds, there are several air-conditioned buses plying across the city. This one in Hyderabad had one of the…

Hydrabadi Sharwama

The bliss of visiting close friends from another city, in their hometown, has its perks. By nature I love going to places that are far from fancy but delicious. Only locals know such hidden gems. I’m a poor eater but I love good food. This sharwama in the by lanes of a far-from-quaint Hyderabad was…

Tiny Glory

Glorious cities often seem pale in the face of its rich history. Although it is no longer a shadow of its once opulent self, most of the princely Indian cities still continue to hold charm in for those looking to dwell deeper from the surface. This lovely picture overlooks the quaint town of Hyderabad from…

Black Noise

Silence is a rare commodity in our fast-paced lifestyle. But seek and you will find your moments of solace. The Hussain Sagar lake that divides the twin cities of Hyderabad and Secundrabad is anything but clean and quiet. It is popularly called the ‘Heart of the World’ by United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO), as…

Transmogrify. Transform. Morph. Change

This isn’t really a morphed or changed picture. This is just a new perspective to an oft visited tourist spot. While many of us never think about death or plan for it, its always the royal that fuss over respect of their mortal remains. This pictures are from a mosque that oversees the Qutb Shahi…