A home, where I know , it will be cared for and valued.
(C) Vandana Kandpal These permanent Mumbai residents we are so familiar with!!
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.
This image was taken a couple of years ago while exploring Sitla, a charming little village in Kumaon, Uttarakhand, India, with an enchanting view of the himalayas. The blossoms I am assuming are peach blossoms. What do you think?
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?
Image location : Dhanaulti, a quaint hill station located 24 kms away from Mussoorie, Uttarakhand, India.
The Much awaited Kala Ghoda Arts Festival (6 to 14 February, 2016) is back !!
These are no ordinary chillies. I say that because I have burnt my mouth before. They are the famous Naga Raja Chillies (king chillies) and are considered to be one of the hottest chillies on this planet. And if you are advised to taste them using a toothpick then please taste then using a toothpick.