It was quite an unplanned trip to the ‘Bekal fort‘ last day, and as always, I was late to reach 🙂
But, nature was so kind to me that, we were in for a great treat… treat of light and shadows…
Here it is, a few images I managed to capture at sunset 🙂
Have a beautiful week ahead 🙂
It truly was a Herculean attempt, ‘try to lit one hundred thousand lamps at the same time’.
Quite Unlikely to achieve the objective in open air, but, they almost did it through an incredible collective effort driven by faith…
I was lucky to get an off day and spent enough time to capture the whole action.
It has been a long time since my last post here in this great forum…
The year passed by was, one of the most challenging both personally and career wise.
Though I tried to make a come back from the long hiatus many a times, I couldn’t.
Finally I broke free, took some bold decisions and feels at peace and confident.
This is the place, from which I get all the support and encouragements and I can’t wait any longer.
Now I feel that, finally I am back, where I truly belong to and eagerly waiting to be in touch with my friends and all the wonderful people here 🙂
Note on the image: I have posted many an images of Theyyam, the ritualistic folk art form of Northern most Kerala earlier. Being from the hearland of Theyyam (Kannur), and in the middle of Theyyam season, I can’t imagine of better image than this for my come back.
You can get lot of information with a google search for ‘Theyyam’, so I am not duplicating it here.
Thank you all for stopping by 🙂
During my recent travels through the villages of India, I was lucky to meet and interact with many an inspiring personalities, who works to improve the life of rural poor and empower women and marginalized communities.
Slowly but surely a network of these tiny beads are getting formed and the positive impact is being felt in areas of community based tourism, sustainable production and development etc;
Let me share an image here for this week’s photo challenge where one of our community coordinator who tirelessly works with the weavers community in and around Mysore, raises some serious points and initiates a debate…