Holi-The Festival of Colors celebrated with colors,fun and devotion at Barpeta Satra
Amar jawan Jyoti is an Indian memorial to salute the Soldiers who were martyred during the Indo-Pakistan War 1971.
They were their securing our Borders,They are now their securing our Borders so that our Past,Present and Future can breath and live in Peace.
A Great Salute to Our Indian Soldiers.
The above structure is a replica of Amar Jawan Jyoti at Gangtok near Nathula Pass and the original structure is erected at New Delhi.
Original or Replica,this Post is dedicated to Indian Soldiers for their untiring effort and service towards India and Indians,and for them we feel always secured.
This post is a part of Weekly Photo challengeSecurity
A temple preaching Hinduism dating back to 6th Century situated at Hajo,which is around 30Kms from Guwahati City.
This Temple is a famous tourist spot as well as pilgrimage center among the locals as well as people coming from different parts..It is famous for its Stone Carvings and this temple was initially built with Stones and represents the assamese arts,the deity worshiped here is of “NaraShima”,the fourth incarnation of Lord Vishnu of Half Man-Half Lion.
Here are some of the Snaps of this Temple…
Entrance to the Madhab Mandir,The steps are made from Stone Carvings
Sideways view of the main Temple..
Dhol is a musical instrument used all over India during different festivals and celebrations in various shapes and sizes,and playing them in Assam is no exception.Assamese People generally plays them during Bihu Celebrations and are widely used in functions and gatherings.It is a symbol of Heritage,Culture and Tradition of Assam
An Artist known as Dhuliya(One who plays Dhul) in Assamese playing at a stage show held at Orchid Park,Kaziranga
A beautiful Lily photographed at Orchid Park,Kaziranga
A misty morning welcomed us on our Elephant Safari at Kaziranga National Park.Chilled winter time filled with Dense Fog..