Friday, September 25, 2009

Delhi sunset

Out of goa for now.

Hey guys i am travelling. Guess where ? North india. Himalayas. I ll get the updates soon. Right now i reached delhi.

Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Crimson tied

The skies are taking up colours as the monsoons are fading away and certainly beautiful sunsets are coming up. Gaze out:)

Sunday, September 20, 2009

St. Cajetan Church at Old Goa

Located in Old Goa - This is an offbeat place to be. Not a common touristy flavoured church. There is a lot of uniqueness about this church. Built on a platform of the St. Peter's Church in Rome. Read the next post for more details. I would rate this place a 9 on 10 in terms of historical importance for Goa. If you are in Goa, dont miss it out...

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Dome of the St.Cajetan Church

Inside of the St. Cajetan Church

I was awestruck when I was inside the St. Cajetan Church. This architecture is unseen in Goa. This is definitely something thatPortuguese got straight from Rome. This is definitely one of the wonders in Goa which is not to be missed out.

Ferry - An Important Inland water transport in Goa

Hey how did I miss out on the ferry. This Ferry's form an important part of the lifestyle of people in the coastal and river side Goa. They are Government operated and largely free local population except that you pay for your bikes and cars. Its fun to travel across the river and may be come back - just for kicks. So the next time you are in Goa, dont miss out taking a ride down the river.

View from the Siridao Beach

As a Tourist visiting Goa, its unlikely that you will end up being on Siridao Beach, probably you ll not even know where it is. This coast actually forms the delta for river Zuari. What you see right ahead in this picture is the Port of Vasco Da Gama or you could officially call it Marmugao Port ie. Goa's only Port. To the right of the port is the Arabian Sea. I couldnt capture any of the true beauty of this place on my mobile cam.

Panjim City

As you enter Panjim City this is what you ll get to see. To your distant horizon are the water filled clouds disbursing their bits. Monsoons are coming to an end but we are seeing weird weather patterns - Thanks to Global Warming and nothing being done about it. I guess it will continue to rain for some more time...

Navratri Time in India...

Chariot at a Temple in Goa getting ready for the Nine day celebrations of Navratri which means 9 nights. These 9 days are full of celebrations in North, East, West and Central India but not much of it in the Southern parts of India. The Gujurati Community celebrates Navratri with loads of Dancing with handheld sticks known as Dandiya.
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