“There’s nothing like the Ladakh Marathon.” You’ve heard it before. I’ve heard it before. Past runners did their best telling me what to expect: Cheering fans lined along with the armed forces jawaan all across from the Shanti Stupa to the finish line and Ladakhi kids hold hands and run together as a unit and… Read More How Running The Ladakh Marathon Changed My Life Forever
From white snow clad mountains to the changing hues of the Pangong Tso. From Lunar landscape of the Lamayuru Monastery to the rugged landscape of the Thiksey Monastery. From heavy influence of Buddhism to amalgamation of various genealogies —Ladakh is a big bowl of warm melting butter!
They say travelling makes you happy and helps one find new places. With nothing to do but still wanted to explore something that’s where Agra came in action. A friend wanted me to visit Agra, a place that I have visited countless times but he wanted to show me something that is unusual. Agra is… Read More The City Of Love – Agra
Dreams cascade into my life. Some I have lived. Others await me in my dream catcher, for me to full fill. I walk the silver threads that weave them together. This is my path, to have a dream to follow, to make these dreams come true. Yes, I have a dream, And am living… Read More Living the Dream
Simon Hoegsberg, a 32-year-old photographer from Denmark, spent the last 17 months making a single continuous print that is 100 meters long. It’s called “We’re All Gonna Die—100 Meters of Existence.” The photograph features 178 people shot over the course of 20 days, in Berlin.