If you love Hyderabad, AND if you love Santa Claus, you’d probably see everything in “red and white”
An evening scene at the traditional Jambagh flower market, which was initially a part of the Moazzam Jahi Market, but shifted to the adjoining road. By default market places in India come with a lot of colours, vibrance textures, patterns and many a time chaos too. The empty baskets in the image perhaps indicate she had… Continue reading Pruning the flower market
It was interesting to see various representations of snakes in the idols that were created. All of them were smeared with haldi-kumkum during the Nag Panchami festival. I just couldnt capture the smell of milk/egg that was around the place. All the images on this blog are protected by copyright. Please do not copy, blog… Continue reading
The Potharajus enjoying themselves during the Bonalu festival. All the images on this blog are protected by copyright. Please do not copy, blog or repost in ANY way. If you wish to use them please get in touch with me through email.
Some of us fail to see what the fuss is about! All the images on this blog are protected by copyright. Please do not copy, blog or repost in ANY way. If you wish to use them please get in touch with me through email.
During the Bonalu festivities, some participants balance 2-3 pots on their head, hold neem branches and get into a state of trance and sway to the reverberating drums.
Somethings change over time yet, somethings remain the same. One however hopes they get better in a long run. The same wall is decorated differently, the top image was made in 2009, and the one below in 2015.