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An Evening Prayer

What are you supposed to do if you are just about to make a frame and someone just walks in there doing the most appropriate thing? Perhaps being there at the right time helps, like the evening on the holy month of Ramadan.

Shot at Hakim’s Tomb.
[From the book -“Heritage Capital-Hyderabad”]
Built during the reign of Abdullah Qutb Shah in memory of his physician, this tomb and mosque is situated amidst trees in a calm setting with the walls also painted with the symbolic green. The Mosque and the sarai
attached to it form a group that gives a rare feel of to the solace-seeker. It is perched on a hillock about five kilometers north-east of Golconda.

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