Little Monks Exibition day 2. Special guests at at my display. These adorable monks have come all the way from … More
(C) V A N D A N A K A N D P A L
A home, where I know , it will be cared for and valued.
This traditional Indian dessert will make anybody’s (who’s grown up in India) mouth water.
Mumbai Skyline just after the monsoon.
Drying spices on rooftops in rural India. This a a common sight in most households in rural India.
verytime I see this image, I am hungry and I feel a twinge of regret. If only i had stopped by to taste some. Bhature and a variety of Pakoras at the Mall Mussourie, Uttarakhand. And wait a minute, do I also see a Samosa?
(c) Vandana Kandpal Such sights are not uncommon in my lovely city of Bombay (Mumbai). Yes, there is shortage of … More
Drive from Dehradun to Delhi, India. Refreshing little pockets of green and yellow enroute.
Situated 410 feet above the city, the Mehrangarh fort was built in 1460 by Rao Jodha, the Rajput king of the Rathore clan. It is one of the biggest forts in India. Inside the imposing thick walls of this majestic fort are several palaces with their intricate carvings and and well stocked museums. Sharing some images from our recent visit to the Mehrangarh Fort.