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Nishu

We finally got a consensus on the name. His name is Nishant meaning End of Night; Dawn. More Pictures

The baby is born!

My first baby arrived into the world on 20th October, 2006 at 11:46 AM. We are yet to give him a name. Suggestions are invited. More pictures at Sweet Nothings.

Happy Birthday

Today is Sameer's Birthday. May the month of Ramzan bring happiness in your life. This picture was taken at Ebony, Bangalore. My hand shook resulting the special effect.

Onam in Kerala and King Mahabali

Onam is the celebration that marks the homecoming of King Mahabali. It is the day when a grateful Kerala pays a glorious tribute to the memory of this benign king who gave his all for his subjects.


The green paddy fields in Pala.

Reflection

Hanuman - The God with muscles

This temple at Mahalakshmi layout in Bangalore has a very tranquil environment. The idol of Hanuman is a monolith carved from an ancient rock formation. I consider Hanuman to be the most powerful (in looks) among all the Hindu Gods. He is believed by some scholars to be a source for the Chinese mythological character Sun Wukong.

My Mother

Mumbo Jumbo

Elephants are wonderful. I have been fascinated by these majestic creatures right from when I was a kid. I happened to stumble upon elephant links by Dey Alexander which is a great source for elephant related content. Below is a Photoshopped picture of me with elephant. I am shit scared to be this proximate with them in real life ;-)
My all time favourite elephant joke:
Q: What did the elephant say when he saw a dead ant on the road?
A: Deadant! Deadant! Deadant!!! (to be sung).

Q: What did he say when he saw a live ant on the road?
A: He stamped it to death and then said "Deadant! Deadant! Deadant!!!".

more elephant jokes

Light and Shadow



I just wrote and erased a letter. It was long, and I lost myself once again in my words.
I wish I could say what I mean, and I'll try.
There will come a time, gigantic waves will crush the junk that I have saved. When the moon will explode and I'll lose the souvenirs I've made.
Dear Wifey, you are beautiful and compassionate.
You are wonderful.

Dear Sweetheart

I hope you discover what I discovered -- that the world is full of beauty, hope, wonder, and love. And I hope you come to realize what I realized -- that nothing else matters.
Nothing.

I love you, desperately

Birds at St. Stephen's Green

Irish Museum of Modern art

O'Connell Street

Fine Sculpture

Enjoying the Sun at St. Stephen's Green

Natural History Museum


A walk along the beach

Buggy Ride

I wanted to pet the horse. Look at the long silky hair on horse's lower legs. Adorable!!

Trying my hand at Modern Art at Irish Museum of Modern Art

Statue of Daniel O'Connell, O'Connell Street

Prime Minister's House, Dublin

Art at Irish Museum of Modern Art

St. Mary's Church

Silhouette of a Church

LUAS outside Hueston station

School House Bar, Dublin



Me and Tuborg

Guinness Beer










While in Dublin the Guinness Storehouse is a must visit. It is described as the Disneyland for the beer lover.

Shooting of a Jane Austin Movie

Kids at Phoenix Park



Grand Canal, Dublin

Duck in Grand Canal, Dublin

Inside Irish Museum of Modern Art

Berries

Happeny Bridge

The bridge in the backdground is the Hapenny bridge. The bridge was named after the half penny toll they used to charge to cross the bridge.

Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin

Performers on Grafton Street

At Grafton Street you will come across a lot of street performers including mimers, guitarists, singers who commonly perform to the shopping crowds.

Street Dancer in Dublin

Flower Stall in Grafton Street, Dublin

Fallow deer in Phoenix Park, Dublin

I found herds of fallow deer near the Papal Cross


Brothers - Rama and Laxman of Hindu Mythology


Rama and Laxman are Characters in the Hindu epic Ramayana. Rama, the elder brother is one of the most revered Gods in India. What you see here are two Bahuroopiyas dressed as Rama and Laxman. Bahuroopiyas are devotees of Gods who go around the country singing hymns in praise of the God.

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