Here we call it VIBGYOR!

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Roy G. Biv.”


Tea plantations in Thekkady. Lush green leaves with a strong fragrance of tea.


The Buddha. Orange robes. Serene. Calm. Beautiful. At Anuradhapura in Sri Lanka.


Tiny doors decorated in Green, Orange and INDIGO. The handiwork is undoubtedly matchless. The paintings on the ceiling and the walls are also breathtaking. Will share them in some of my other posts soon. – Junargarh Fort, Bikaner, Rajasthan.


Violet flowers from the Orchid section in the Perendinia Gardens at Sri Lanka. A must visit for everyone.


Yellow flowers seasoned with deep red spots. Those petals are aesthetically beautiful and symmetrical. No wonder nature is unparalleled in its beauty. Shot at the Perendinia Gardens in Sri Lanka.


Peacock blue. Up close and personal. Such stunning beauty. Unforeseen in nature. Shot at the gardens of the Laxmi Niwas Palace at Bikaner, Rajasthan.


Red. The walls of the Junargarh fort epitomise royalty and the skillful craftsmanship of nimble fingers have left their marks on them. Awestruck by intricacy, colour, contrast and hardwork, one can just keep staring at it and never get bored. – Junargarh Fort, Bikaner, Rajasthan.


In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Intricate.”


Have you ever wondered how this monument was made? No electricity. Only scaffolding. Working until late in the night. With simple tools which are now unknown. With nothing but an oil lamp to aid them and make their art a reality. It is the toil of dedicated, skilled and talented craftspersons and labourers which has given birth to such a beautiful piece of architecture. Needless to say, those arches, pinhole windows and frames are an epitome of classic Rajasthani architecture. Intricacy defines it. – Junargarh Fort, Bikaner, Rajasthan.