Weekly Photo Challenge:Inside

So this time the Weekly Photo ChallengeΒ have a unique theme–Inside.

So as per the theme here are some of my interpretation..I hope everyone enjoy this.. πŸ™‚

We generally like taking Photo outdoors but sometimes Indoor Photos can be interesting at the same time funny and I leave it to my readers–What You Guys Think of My Indoor Photos,are they Funny or Interesting.
*Please Click on the Image better view..

So the First one is Inside Cows Rest House,we call them as Cow-Shed….Very Gentle Animals they are.. πŸ™‚

Cows Rest House

Cows Rest House

The Next One is of Inside Indian Railways..Generally all trains of Indian Railways are fully packed almost all the time,this picture is of Guwahati-Bangalore Express starting from Bangalore and It takes almost 56 hours to reach Guwahati…Gosh I traveled so much in this particular Train.. πŸ™‚

Indian Railways

Indian Railways

This image was taken atΒ Padmanabhapuram Palace which is some 30kms away from Kanyakumari,This Palace is full of Antiques and the Image is of King’s Bed dated back to 16th century and still it maintained so beautifully..

King's Bed

King’s Bed

And this image used to be Queen’s and Other Ladies dressing Hall..The Mirror is made up of Belgium Glass and the Swing is where the Queen used to sit for styling I guess πŸ˜‰

Queen's Dressing Room

Queen’s Dressing Room

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74 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge:Inside

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  7. 56 hours on a train????? I cannot conceive of that. I must get out my world atlas and look at the size of India once again; amazing! How does a tourist know which areas of India to visit, and how long to plan to be in your country?

    • Hahaha..India is indeed big and to be honest it is not that the journey would take 56 hours had Indian Railways traveled with some good speed but most of the time the speed of a express time is 120km/hr max,we still don’t have bullets train in India.. 😦

      And to visit whole India you would really need a lot of time but I can assure that the time you spend traveling India will be worth.. πŸ™‚

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  12. Padmanabhapuram Palace is a nice place to visit; it is a shame that many people just go to Kanyakumari and come back without visiting the kings abode. As it is administered by the Government of Kerala, may be Kerala Tourism department can give it a boost πŸ˜‰ Btw, whose cow is that? πŸ˜€

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  14. πŸ™‚ Bangalore to Guwahati… 56 Hours… Not too bad πŸ˜‰
    No seriously… Considering the fact that Kolkata to Agartala takes more than 48 hours, this is commendable. πŸ™‚

    • Hahaha..56 hours on train is not bad.. πŸ˜‰
      But I really love Train Journeys and prefer them over other modes of Transportation.. πŸ™‚
      And the fact Kolkata to Agartala takes 48 hours because of the hilly areas it goes through.. πŸ™‚

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