My Picture of the Day

Camera is my Pen & Camera is my Gun.
I want to tell the story through my Pictures.

 

Spirit and spiritual - Wineyard at Nashik

My Picture of the day –
Spirit and spiritual –
Wineyard at Nashik, Maharashtra. Nashik is famous for the temples and it is also the wine capital of India with half of wineries and wineyards.
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dr.surendra
www.drsurendra.com
May – 20 – 2018

 

World's largest Topaz, 9400 carats

My Picture of the day –
World’s largest Topaz, 9400 carats – Natural history museum, London. This intense blue, faceted Ostro stone is originally from Brazil.
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dr.surendra
www.drsurendra.com
May – 19 – 2018

 

Trapped in the museum

My Picture of the day –
Trapped in the museum –
The mummies from Egypt ended up as exhibits in the British museum, London.
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dr.surendra
www.drsurendra.com
May – 18 – 2018

 

Grand Central Terminal, Manhattan, New York

My Picture of the day –
Grand Central Terminal, Manhattan, New York. This is one of the busiest railway stations in the World with 44 platforms, all
underground.
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dr.surendra
www.drsurendra.com
May – 17 – 2018

 

Peaceful lake with remarkable mountains - Lake Wakatipu, Southern island, New Zealand

My Picture of the day –
Peaceful lake with remarkable mountains – Lake Wakatipu, Southern island, New Zealand. The mountain range in the background is known as Remarkables.
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dr.surendra
www.drsurendra.com
May – 16 – 2018

 

Mother of All

My Picture of the day –
Mother of All –
Statue of Bhudevi, 16th century, seen at State museum, Hyderabad.
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dr.surendra
www.drsurendra.com
May – 15 – 2018

 

The Anjaneri hills, Nashik, Maharashtra

My Picture of the day –
The Anjaneri hills, Nashik, Maharashtra. Anjaneri is the birthplace of Hanuman, and is named after Hanuman’s mother Anjani.
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dr.surendra
www.drsurendra.com
May – 14 – 2018

 

Camera outsmarts the Eye

My Picture of the day –
Camera outsmarts the Eye –
Mobile camera can capture the blades of a propeller revolving at a speed of >2000/min. Obviously the eye can not see it.
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dr.surendra
www.drsurendra.com
May – 13 – 2018

 

Marriage season - waiting for the guests

My Picture of the day –
Marriage season – waiting for the guests.
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dr.surendra
www.drsurendra.com
May – 12 – 2018

 

Carving and calling

My Picture of the day –
Carving and calling –
History meets technology as seen at Trimbakeswar, Maharashtra.
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dr.surendra
www.drsurendra.com
May – 11 – 2018

 

Kusavarta, the sacred pond at Trimbakeswar, Nashik, Maharashtra

My Picture of the day –
Kusavarta, the sacred pond at Trimbakeswar, Nashik, Maharashtra. This is the origin of River Godavari. The Brahmagiri hills
are seen in the background.
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dr.surendra
www.drsurendra.com
May – 10 – 2018

 

View of Nashik from Pandavleni caves, Trirasmi hill

My Picture of the day –
View of Nashik from Pandavleni caves, Trirasmi hill. The round structure in the foreground is Buddha vihar.
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dr.surendra
www.drsurendra.com
May – 09 – 2018

 

Cane juice with bull power

My Picture of the day –
Cane juice with bull power,
better than commercial RedBull.
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dr.surendra
www.drsurendra.com
May – 08 – 2018

 

Amaravati style of sculpture at Gowthami Putra Vihara, Pandavleni caves, Nashik, Maharashtra

My Picture of the day –
Amaravati style of sculpture at Gowthami Putra Vihara, Pandavleni caves, Nashik, Maharashtra. Dwarapalak with decorative thorana is done in Amaravati style of sculpture.
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dr.surendra
www.drsurendra.com
May – 07 – 2018

 

Gowthami Putra Vihara

My Picture of the day –
Gowthami Putra Vihara –
Pandavleni caves, Nashik, Maharashtra. This cave was started by Goutamiputra Satakarni and finished during the reign of his son Vasistiputra Pulumavi in 2nd century AD.
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dr.surendra
www.drsurendra.com
May – 06 – 2018

 

The Chaitya in Cave no.18 - Pandavleni caves, Nashik, Maharashtra

My Picture of the day –
The Chaitya in Cave no.18 – Pandavleni caves, Nashik, Maharashtra. These pillars were carved in situ out of solid Rock 2000 years ago.
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dr.surendra
www.drsurendra.com
May – 05 – 2018

 

Pandavleni caves, Nashik, Maharashtra

My Picture of the day –
Pandavleni caves, Nashik, Maharashtra. These caves were cut out of solid Rock during the dynasties of Kshatrpas, Satavahanas and Abhiras from 1st century BC. onwards.
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dr.surendra
www.drsurendra.com
May – 04 – 2018

 

The way to Pandavleni caves

My Picture of the day –
The way to Pandavleni caves –
Trirasmi hill, Nashik, Maharashtra. Summer not the ideal season to visit.
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dr.surendra
www.drsurendra.com
May – 03 – 2018

 

The Trirasmi hill, Nashik, Maharashtra

My Picture of the day –
The Trirasmi hill, Nashik, Maharashtra. It is the seat of Pandavleni caves, the earliest rock cut architecture of India
dating back to 1st century BC.
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dr.surendra
www.drsurendra.com
May – 02 – 2018

 

The ruins of Kondaveedu Fort

My Picture of the day –
The ruins of Kondaveedu Fort –
Guntur dt. AP.
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dr.surendra
www.drsurendra.com
May – 01 – 2018

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