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 exploring the magnificent town of Orchha from the heart of India – Madhya Pradesh! With a beautiful fort, the serene river Betwa and several beautifully constructed and decorated heritage structures this place is a must visit for heritage and architecture lovers 🙂
We bring to you the grand LAKSHMI TEMPLE in this first episode of the new exploration series!
Few glimpses from a quick trip to this magnificent historical shrine in Delhi 🙂
A quick visit to the Dargah of Hzt Khwaja Syed Baddruddin Samarkandi Chishti (RA) (near Kotla Feroz Shah, Delhi, India)
Here’s the full video from a recent Heritage Walk by Directing Discourse and Delhi Karavan 🙂
GOODTIMES with Delhi Karavan 🙂 Discovering a Hidden Lake in Delhi 🙂
Venue: Asola Bhatti Wildlife Sanctuary, Faridabad, Haryana, India
Here’s our own short little BLOCKBUSTER 🙂 Watch it to de-stress at any point in life…Watch it to experience the Goodtimes we all had together last Sunday… with people from different walks of life..diverse backgrounds..coming together to re-discover the childlike playfulness and .. to live the “Ah! is this Delhi?” revelation moment together 🙂 Cheers!
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After the awesome visit to Ranthambhore Fort and the Tiger reserve we headed towards the nearby villages outside the Fort complex – Khiljipur and Sherpur. We explored some lesser known ruins and old structures like gateways, step wells, medieval places of worship etc here. Also, we met the locals there who welcomed us with warmth and befriended so many children there who followed us throughout the walk 🙂 Despite the poverty and lack of basic amenities the local seemed to be really loving and caring…and the kids also happily gave us tangy dried raw-mangoes to relish 🙂 After the village visit we also went to a nearby graveyard complex of sorts that seemed to be the royal graveyard since medieval times. There have been some restoration work done there but most of the structures are yet to be identified in terms if exact dates and people associated with them. Hope you’ll like this voyage 🙂 Happy Exploring!