Landscape at Ghargad

Landscape at Ghargad

Landscape at Ghargad, very serene and beautiful grassland it is, i always love to wonder and shoot at this place this is one my best photographs  of the place!  fine art print available in any size, please contact:


Mindscape, a creative landscape, done in watercolour on paper, these days I am again developing interest in painting and sketching, since childhood I loved to paint with watercolors. But meanwhile due to professional commitments I left watercolors behind, now again I have started painting, this one is among the one last night I painted.


Portrait of a Dead Leaf

Camera paintings

Paintings with slow shutter speed, just open the shutter of camera and run, be careful you are not loosing camera while running!



Tour d countryside













On a small drive with family last day, I skipped the camera at home, purposely because it tend me not to spend time with family, still this iPad was with me and it prompted me to at least take pictures with it. Just sharing some of them.

Still Life Garlic



After finishing some Spicy pictures for some upcoming spices brand, did this light and shadow study. Just brought canon EF 5o mm lens  put to test and yeah it did great bookeh and sharpness is grand!


Water colour on paper size 30×40 cm ! Inspired for doing watercolor Rs these days!


“Lady, Her Smile & Pots”

"Lady, Her Smile & Pots", fetching water, door

“Lady, Her Smile & Pots”

This young lady is going out for fetching water for her family’s daily use and drinking. She has to fetch water from the waterhole yes may be three four kilometers long from her house, even doing so much hard work she is happy! Will we remain happy in cities with so much effort for water?

Irony : 66 years, 10 months, 5 days over since we are independent country, India is still starving for drinking water & motor-able roads.

Fort Bitan Trek, Bitanwadi, just above the Mhaisavalan Ghat, in Akole Taluka, Ahamednagar.

Maharani Jind Kaur Samadh, Panchavati, Nashik, India.

DomeMaharani Jind Kaur’s Samadh
Maharani Jind Kaur (1817 – 1 August 1863) was the youngest wife of the first Maharaja of the Sikh Empire, Ranjit Singh, and the mother of the last Maharaja, Duleep Singh. In the morning of 1 August 1863 Maharani Jind Kaur died peacefully in her sleep in Abingdon House, Kensington. Cremation was illegal in Great Britain before 1885 and Duleep Singh was refused permission to take his mother’s body to the Punjab, so it was kept for a while in the Dissenters’ Chapel in Kensal Green Cemetery. In the spring of 1864 the Maharaja obtained permission to take the body to Bombay in India, where it was cremated, and he erected a small samadh in memory of his mother on the Panchavati side of the Godavari River. The memorial was maintained by the Kapurthala State Authorities until 1924, when Princess Bamba Sutherland moved her remains and the memorial to the Samadh of Maharaja Ranjit Singh in Lahore.

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