Gates have a certain spiritual significance. It's a portal for vibrations to pass by and get purified change. Albert Einstein mentioned in his laws of physics that energy won't die, it will only convert in another form.
Guess long before laws of physics we knew the energies convert into other forms and gates were just mediums for it.
It's a long wait through these windows. Wait for the love to return from wars, from faraway expeditions. A wait for someone who might never come again, but that light does give hope.
Reminds me of one line from a classic indian song. "Akhiyon ke jharokho se, maine dekha jo saware, badi door nazar aye"
When I saw you from my eyes, which were like windows to see you departing,, You seemed to so far,, So far 🤭💫 #qutubminar#travelphotography#window#photojournalism#photographer#onthemajestictrail
When I stood on the gates to the minar, I knew I would be teleported to the ancient Afghani culture and the art forms which resonated a culture which ruled the past.
These tickets are time packets, they truly make me a time traveler. #travel#instagood#tourist#onthemajestictrail#instatravel
established by Qutab-ud-din Aibak, first ruler of the Delhi Sultanate. The mosque complex is one of the earliest that survives in the Indian subcontinent. The minar is named after Qutab-ud-din Aibak a Sufi saint.
Such an intercultural monument hold strong place in the history of India.
An unforgettable piece of history which is craved in the roots of this country as well.
When we are by the ocean, we get affected by pure vibes which are filtered by these massive ocean winds.
With these vibes as our partner, it's a perfect lunch this afternoon.
What goes through your mind when you enter any gate?
It's an entrance to something which might surprise you, which might intrigue you or also baffle you.
Something similar happens when you enter these giant gates of Mughal forts.
It all changes with a little change in perspective. When I changed my perspective on certain historic facts I realised it was an necessary event to have taken place back then for me to even exist. This picture does celebrate history to the core.
The Mughal dynasty conquered and ruled most of the parts of northern India. They conquered few territories with wars but many by love. Many Mughal Emporers married Hindu princesses and ruled their lands with grace and dignity. Here is a monument which justifies that era of love.
A higher presence is magnetic... It pulls everything around it. It's like an unseen force, slowly every other living being comes pulled towards it. May it be birds, terrestrials, insects, reptiles or human... All benefit from this ruler called the majestic tree. #onthemajestictrail#adventure#mumbai#picoftheday#green
It's amazing to see how nothing in nature is planned or defined. These branches grow in these beautiful patterns without any rule and see what they create?! An elegant and magical form which dominates the planet
Fish in water... Food when outside... That's how a human mind looks at fish. But must admit a common delicacy across the world, fish has helped many of us to survive from the dawn of human civilizations. One being the oldest and longest, the civilization thriving in the Indian subcontinent #onthemajestictrail#picoftheday#fish#adventure#bombil
The coastal line of the Indian subcontinent is a home for the most delicious fish delicacies.
Fish is the staple food of these people.
The fishing boats go into deep sea and come back after a few days with a catch which brings wellbeing and prosperity to many families.
Not too prosperous to the fish... But as it's said "there are many fish in the ocean" 😊