What Will The Goddess Do With The Money?

I liked the creativity of this and of all the other pandals. But why the money? The Goddess does not need it! As for us – why don’t we earn it instead?

Clicked: 7th October 2016, 11.12am, Talbagan, Bose Pukur, Kolkata, West Bengal, India


And The Groom’s Expectation Goes Skyrocketing!

This was the pandal-peak that Bose Pukur created during Durga Puja of 2016. It represents the ‘topor’ or the headgear that Bengali grooms wear during marriage. How true the representation is. It is touching the sky! Just like their expectations do when they tie the knot with a lady.

Clicked: 7th October 2016, 9.52am, Bose Pukur, Kolkata, West Bengal, India

The Dance of Colours

Kolkata dresses up like a bride during Durga Puja. This is only a small example of the type of lights that illuminate the city during this festival. One can’t help but drown in the beauty of it.

Clicked: 6th october 2016, 21.56pm, Panditia Road, Kolkata, West Bengal, India


Why are these called Hot Dogs?

I asked Mumma why they are called hot dogs. She said that long ago someone had put up a poster of a dachshund dog inside a bun and was selling these at a polo match. I wanted to see the poster but she said that it has not been found yet!

Clicked: 3rd September 2016, 12.44pm, Kidzania, Noida, UP, India


Why are these baby pigeons alone? If human parents can stay with their children, then why can’t pigeons parents do it?

Clicked: 30 August 2016, 6:41am, Home, C R Park, New Delhi, India

Domestic Greenery

If we cage wild animals they don’t live for long so we did not cage this WILD LIVING GRASS and left it open with its friends.

Clicked: 11th August 2016, 8:44am, Home, C R Park, New Delhi, India

Drifted Away


Mum said this is called a drift wood. Where has it drifted away from? Do those who it has drifted away from miss it?

Clicked: 20th June 2016, 6:27pm, Puri Beach, Puri, Odisha