Monday, March 16, 2009

A few more pics from my kitty















One fine evening near my native














50 : 50














Jog Falls flowing with all its proud

The pride of Karnataka, Jog falls(829ft) is in Shimoga district (around 380km from Bangalore) is the highest plunge waterfall in India. It is a great tourist attraction and a must see place. Never miss this majestic fall whenever in Bangalore (Karnataka).














The bark














Leamon leaves














The Lovers














Beetle leaves


















Walking trees ;-)














The reflection
(an antique pot at home; one from my grandpa's collection)














The big bang (a snap from the last Deewali collection)


















The Enlightened


















Balancing act














Vermicelli (made by my mom...its soooooo tasty... and she makes it very well)
2 cups Vermicelli, 1 tspoon chana dal (a kind of bean), 1 tspoon urad dal (black gram), 1/4 tspoon mustard seeds, 2 tspoon cashewnuts, 2 tspoon ceanuts, 1 onion, 2 green chillies, 1/2 inch ginger, 1 potatoe, 1/4 cup peas, 1 carrot, 1 tomatoe, 4 1/2 cups water, 3 tblsp oil, 2 tblsp ghee, 3 sprig curry leaves and salt to taste














A very light south indian veggie lunch
(the brown one is ginger curry and green one is made out of greens; with pappad and ghee)














Yakshagana (This snap was shot while an artist was getting ready for a performance last year near Mangalore, Karnataka)

A wonderful dance drama popular in Karnataka and northern parts of Kerala, which may look like Opera for those from west. 'Yakshagana' simply means 'Exotictribe's Song' or can say 'song of yaksha'. Yakshas are exotic tribes who are superhuman with supernatural powers which are mentioned in classic Indian epics like Mahabharata, Ramayana, Puranas etc

11 comments:

Simply Heather said...

You've taken some very nice photos, once again. Happy belated Holi Day to you. When I saw your update that day, I had to look up what Holi day is...very happy, very colorful, full of love, huggable day...sounds nice :o)

Life on Pause said...

I love your photography!

nsiyer said...

Excellent photos. The one on your native place is a sight to watch.

dragonesque said...

Some really great photos.

Alexandra Garland said...

Thank you for the tour with a personal touch!!!
-Alex

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Nice blog. I really like the picture u take. My favorite "The Enlightened". Nice perspective. Do let me know if you have a flick rpage

Paper N Pencil said...

Lovely pics,especilly Yakshagana !!Shots on your native place is quite b'ful& greeeeeeen:-)

Cheers...Viji

Sri said...

hmm... anothr gud one dude.. loved it.. specially the native snaps... gav a nostalgic feeling.. nice photography too.. keep up d good wrk... and pls name that - antique pot (at home; one from my grandpa's collection) its correct mallu name ... haha ..all d best

Strawberry Girl said...

I really like the way that you are sharing your world with us... I love to see different parts of the world. You have taken some excellent photographs, and I am happy that you posted a recipe (I love Indian cuisine)!!

cristinasiqueira said...

Hello!

I love Indian places,people,culture.
Beautiful photos.
Cris

CathM said...

Great images! Thanks for sharing them...

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