A quick glimpse at the fort ruins, the library and the dargah of Sufi Hzt Syed Saeed Ahmad Mustafa Hashmi within this beautiful park complex! Happy Exploring 🙂
In this episode we take you to the beautiful Deeg Palace known for its architecture and also for the two thousand fountains installed throughout 🙂
In this episode: Sunrise on Betwa, chitchat with the “autowala“, lanes of Orchha, Jahaangir Mahal, Raja Mahal and more 🙂 Happy exploring 🙂
New Episode from magnificent ORCHHA Up Now 🙂 This time let’s explore the grand CHATURBHUJ TEMPLE (चतुर्भुज मंदिर) !!
It was fun climbing to the pinnacle of this grand temple to get the beautiful view of the city and the Betwa river flowing nearby 🙂 The temple was constructed by the Bundela Rajputs of the kingdom of Orchha. Its construction was begun by Madhukar Shah and completed by his son, Vir Singh Deo in the early 16th century. Cheers!
Join us in this mega episode featuring this mighty FORT from Rajasthan, INDIA. The fort complex embraces several interesting structures and stories within. Architecture, Photography, History, Heritage, Art and even Devotion …there’s something for everyone in there 🙂 Happy Exploring!
In this first episode we experience the awesome drive from Sawai Madhopur Junction till the Ranthambore Fort entrance. We pass by interesting step-wells and ponds like Hamir Kund and Mor Kund and have loads of fun amid the beautiful surroundings 🙂 Candid chitchat, Historical trivia and more! Happy Exploring 🙂
The fort and palace are grand and boast of great architecture, engineering and artwork in every bit and corner! One has to be there to experience the royal ways and charms and also the heroic stories of the battlefields… till then check out the video and get inspired to pack your bags for Gwalior next vacation 🙂 Happy exploring!
Here’s our latest Heritage Walk film 🙂 It’s the mammoth TUGHLUQABAD FORT this time that we visited in Dec 2012. The film showcases in detail most of structures, ruins, etc that lie behind the gigantic walls of this fort and also the walk-leader discusses, in detail, the stories and history associated with the same.
Tughluqabad is a 14th century capital of Delhi (India). The remains of this massive complex stretch as far as the eye can see. It includes a royal tomb which once stood in a lake, palace buildings, dungeons and a secret escape route !
BON VOYAGE !! 🙂