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This picture was taken in Alappuzha (Alleppey), Kerala 🙂

Make Hay While the Sun Shines

Okay….before you jump into any conclusion..let me confess that this is not one of my best shots. One glance and you might think…why did she put this up. Let me tell you why. I think this photo is totally funny. We were visiting a temple when I saw this tractor fully loaded with hay. SO loaded…that you couldn’t see if there was any vehicle behind the it. Even a poor man riding a bicycle had to get off the road. The driver had stopped in the village and was wandering when a cow came along. The poor thing was soo hungry that it started chewing on some of the hay loaded onto the tractor. You can observe the cow to the right hand corner of the picture.

Precious Moments

One of the most memorable moment of my life…my wedding 🙂 Indian Weddings are one of the most colourful ceremonies you’ll get to witness. They vary across region, caste etc so that means people from different states have their own way of conduting the ceremony…which makes it even more interesting. I am not the one who likes to dress up much but I left no stone unturned for my wedding 😉 It was a wonderful occasion. The above picture is of my hands with mehndi. You don’t have to get married in order to decorate your hands with mehndi….you can apply it otherwise too 🙂

Psstt…Wise women say…the more red your mehndi is…the better husband you get 😀


This picture was taken at Ethipothala Waterfalls near Nagarjuna Sagar in Nalgonda district of Andhra Pradesh in India.


This picture was taken at Yarada Beach Resort near Vizag, Andhra Pradesh, India. I visited the beach (which merges into Bay of Bengal) April of last year and it was simply fantastic! I am not a swimmer but couldn’t stop getting myself wet in the ‘still clean’ waters. Since this beach is pretty far away from the city of Vizag, there still aren’t many tourists who visit this place often…which means it’s is much more cleaner than it’s counterpart…Ramakrishna Beach.