Flower Photo

It's (Hibiscus Rosa-chinensis) Traditional Flower used for garland making for worshiping Goddess Kali.

In Eastern India called as •Mandara•Jaba• & in Northern India it's •Arhul•

It has many more names in other parts of India.


Abstract Photography defined my way

For most of the viewers it is just a meaningless piece of “WORK” but….for a few it’s an “ART”.

In My opinion Abstract Photography is –

To click differently is Abstract photography…It’s clicker’s passion but viewer’s choice in understanding the theme/story behind the click.

“it’s a typical type of photography of object (non-life mostly) which only a few can visualize & understand but most of the viewers won’t understand thephotographer’s angle of taking the shot”.


Porcelain Kettle on a Restaurant’s Show case which I clicked at a Restaurant.
 A Lady with Bangles playing with Guitar strings quite an uncommon scene.

It’s a Peacock feather…..
Even I have seen in my own life as a photographer and photo lover

“not even all photographer can dare to click an Abstract shot only the photographers who are creative can think of taking such shots”.

Friends I exactly remember the year 2012 & I was travelling on a local train early in the morning and the train compartment was almost empty , there I dared to click my first shot of this kind(Abstract shot).

The experiment never ends for a creative thinker & photographer.

I will suggest, we should try our hands on whatever object we come across that catches our imagination & dream and try to put it in to a rosy picture.

I dedicate this Blog to all who love to do Abstract Photography and photo lovers across The Globe.


Let’s save Forests 🌳 our own Heritage

The Royal Stag….Nature’s Beauty

It was in the year 2014 & I landed in a small but very famous revenue district HQ township Daltonganj , the revenue HQ of “Palamu district” in Jharkhand India .

I was truly happy the very day of my joining there as a Branch head (Chief Manager) & it was a very nature rich township with river at the entry point of the town and lots of deep Sal forests 🌳 all around.

Later on came to know that once upon a time Daltonganj was a most sought after township by the “Bangali community” for it’s rich heritage of wildlife,woods and kendu-leaf used for bidi making.Bidi is an #IndianDesiCigeratte used to be consumed by people and even today it has it’s own relevance among poor smokers.

The best part was my wife used to be with me in all my transfer postings for searching new homes 🏡 for lease accommodation stay.At last we choose a best location for stay in that cozy town with a nice market place and heritage “Betla National Tiger Reserve”just 25 km away rich for its Flora & Fauna consisting of Bisons , deers of mostly spotted and Royal stags , monkeys , elephants real wild ones and varieties of birds species.

Since I had a brand new “Royal Enfield Bullet motorcycle” with me my hobby being a Nature lover Free lance Photographer , every holiday was a “Nature Trip” to Betla and near by forests 🌳.

The Royal stags are truly Royal in their etiquette and pose.

Being a frequent visitor to Betla almost every week-end gradually we both developed our love ❤️ for these beautiful animals and encountered many such other animals as well during our year long stay in that cozy township.

“I would like to dedicate these shots to my friends and bloggers who truly love ❤️ animals for no reasons”.

Theme-Let’s preserve our Forests 🌳to nurture many more creatures who are in the verge of Extinctions.


Dakshineswar Kali Mandir

“Dakshineswar Kali Temple” (Bengali language|Bengali)( দক্ষিণেশ্বর কালী মন্দির)” , [Sanskrit language|Sanskrit]: दक्षिणेश्वर काली मन्दिर) is a [Hinduism|Hindu]temple located in [Dakshineswar]near [Kolkata]West Bengal . Situated on the eastern bank of the [Hooghly River], the presiding deity of the temple is [Bhavatarini], an aspect of [Kali], meaning, ‘She who liberates Her devotees from the ocean of existence i.e. [Saṃsāra].

The temple was built in 1855 by [Rani Rashmoni], a philanthropist and a devotee of Kali. The temple is famous for its association with [Ramakrishna], a mystic of 19th Century Bengal.

The temple compound, apart from the nine-spired main temple, contains a large courtyard surrounding the temple, with rooms along the boundary walls. There are twelve shrines dedicated to [Shiva]—Kali’s companion—along the riverfront, a temple to [Radha]-[Krishna], a bathing ghat on the river, a shrine dedicated to Rani Rashmoni. ‘Nahavat-Khana‘, the chamber in the northwestern corner just beyond the last of the Shiva temples, is where Ramakrishna spent a considerable part of his life.

Devotees of “Kali” from Bengal and entire India & Abroad  visit this Temple throughout the year .

How to reach at Dakshineswar Kali Temple:

It’s being in the heart of Kolkata it’s quite well approachable by Bus as well as private car and other vehicles at an affordable price.


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