The final episode from our visit to USA – the amazing Hood Museum of Art! Enjoy 🙂
Among other talented artists Amar Ujala (a Hindi Daily) featured our meditation experiments today appreciating all efforts spreading art and positivity esp. during #COVID19 #Corona related #Lockdown 🌼🙏♥️✔️
The Changing Face of the Hauz Khas Complex : A Heritage Walk.
Popular as ‘HKV’, in today’s modern lingo, known more for it’s upscale cafés, high end boutiques, antique shops and a bustling hangout was once a repository of culture and knowledge. This charming site has seen several twists and turns with time; it housed a water reservoir built by Alauddin Khilji, converted into a battlefield ushering the beginning of the Tughluq dynasty and got an uplifting during Feroze Shah Tughluq’s reign as he built a Madrasa; a seminary of international repute. It also became his final resting place.
On 9th December, we will walk down these incidents with walk leader, Aditya Pathak and will discuss the peculiar architectural innovations of the Firozian times, which laid the foundation of Indo Islamic architecture.
We’ll also discuss a conjectural reconstruction of the place
The primary structures to be covered in the walk :
● Hauz e Alai
● Madrasa e Feroz Shahi
● A Medieval mosque with innovative architecture
● University Buildings.
● Feroze Shah Tughluqs tomb.
Walk leader : Aditya Pathak
Catch him in action on his YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/user/adityapathakutube
Day and Date : 9th Dec’2018/Sunday
Timings : 9am to 11:30 am
Language : English/Hindi
Charges : ₹300
Contact number: 9818278665
Meeting Point : mein “Deer Park entrance (near Hauz Khas Village parking)”
Parking is available at the meeting Point.
The nearest metro station is Hauz Khas on the yellow line. Then take an auto to the meeting point. https://goo.gl/maps/PaG9YbRb4Go
Facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/364088394138826
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Dance Improvisation by Yuko and friends at Tattva Festival @ Zorba The Buddha 🙂
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Bhateshwar: Truly Mystical! This is an archaeological site comprising about 200+ ancient shrines in Morena district, Madhya Pradesh. The shrines in Bateshwar complex are dedicated mostly to Shiva and a few to Vishnu. The temples are made of sandstone and were built around 300 years before Khajuraho temples were built!
Our video-blog about this trip can be found here.
Also, here‘s an informative documentary depicting how these temples were restored with help from locals and even the dacoits of chambal!
Shani temple: On our way back we visited this ancient Shani temple which has an interesting story of lord Hanuman associated with it 🙂 We also met the pet deer and it’s cute little cub 🙂
Our full playlist of VIDEOs from this HERITAGE TOUR to Gwalior and Morena can be found here on YouTube >> Gwalior Morena Video Playlist