May we all have the courage to just un-stop our LOVE within.. forget about expressing-accepting-rejecting…and just pour it out to one and all like an overflowing fountain 🙂 It does come back.. and you’ll overflow again. Let’s try doing so..and as Jesus said – “Knock ..and the doors shall be opened” 🙂 Amen.
Here’s a video blog of our walk across The LODHI GARDENS, New Delhi, India.
The film showcases the various historical monuments located at the garden with the walk-leader explaining the architecture and also the history of the Lodhi and Syyed Dynasties (Sayyid Dynasty) and the British rule in India. The complete film is split into 5 parts and each part has been named aptly as Part 1of5, Part 2of5..and so on. The sequenced playlist is embedded below.
The monuments/places of interest showcased in this 5 part video series are as follows- Mohammad Shah Sayyid’s Tomb, Khaerpur village, Sikander Lodhi’s Tomb, Sheesh Gumbad, Bada Gumbad (The Big Dome), Bada Gumbad Masjid (The Big Dome Mosque), Butterfly conservatory, other Architectural works of the Sayyids and Lodhis from the 15th century.
For explorers and folks who love Monuments, Archaeology, Excursions, Architecture, Aesthetics and other associated aspects – here’s an elaborate video-blog/film where we’ll together explore the awesome MEHRAULI ARCHAEOLOGICAL PARK in Delhi. It’s a full length film covering most of the aspects of this Heritage area with historical facts very beautifully told by the narrator. Chk out. Feel free to share with more explorers. Cheers 🙂
PS: I’ve also created an all new music track called “The Sultanate Groove” esp for this film. Hope you’ll enjoy it 🙂
Here’s a list of interesting places that you’ll witness on this walk:
Mehrauli Archaeological Park, Quli Khan’s Tomb, Balban’s Tomb, Jamali Kamali Mosque and Tombs, Metcalfe’s Folly, Rajon ki Baoli
and here’s a timeline-wise break-up of the same:
@00:01 – Intro to Mehrauli Archaeological Park
@04:40 – Balban’s Tomb
@12:39 – Jamali Kamali Mosque and Tombs
@13:48 – Metcalfe’s Folly
@16:48 — Metcalfe’s Estate
@20:46 — Md. Quli Khan’s Tomb
@23:35 — Adham Khan’s Tomb
@25:34 — Rajon ki Baoli
@33:22 – Jamali Kamali Mosque and Tombs
College: Amity School of Engineering & Technology (ASET)
Number of Facebook friends: 649 plus the 440 friends who Like my page
Best website: google.com
Favourite book: Not much into books. Though I often like reading, listening to audio books about various anecdotal experiences shared by Osho and Ramana Maharishi
Favourite quote: Creativity is an attitude. Anything can be creative. – Osho
Favourite film: The ones which come bundled with full length director’s commentary and well-designed behind the scenes sequences
Sexual preference: Straight
Long hair or short hair: Short
Beer or wine: None
Sandals or sneakers: Sandals
You can never have too many: Apps in my phone
Favourite dive bar: None
Janpath or Sarojini Nagar: Both – but not for shopping. I just like being there
Korean cuisine or Konkan cuisine: Never experienced any of these
Who does your hair: Kishan or any one else at a local saloon in Saket. It costs Rs. 50.
Who inspires you: My mom
Your last regret purchase: A video DVD pack of some Aura/Ambient music stuff worth Rs. 1,500. Unlike the attractive packing, they were actually badly knit wallpapers with some mediocre music scores
Best thing you’ve ever bought: There are two such things – my iMac for around Rs. 70,000 and my Walden Concorda guitar for Rs. 20,000
Favourite market in Delhi: Musicland, Saket and various shops scattered across Saket and Malviya Nagar
Delhi summer or Delhi winter:Delhi Winters, as I’ve made a musical composition by that name too
Money in your wallet (at the moment): Rs. 2,700
Would love to have dinner with: my family
Know him better
An advisory data engineer (GIS domain), music composer and a filmmaker, Pathak also conducts a variety of workshops including music and filmmaking.
* My Music: Conducted on Sundays, the 90 minute long workshop explores the various aspects of music composition
* My Music: The almost 100 minutes long workshop is conducted on Sundays and is based on the various aspects of filmmaking