Though basically hailing from the Beautiful "god's Own country"...Kerala, he uses his camera so well to picturise/portray images of Nature, Arts, Flora, Fauna, Water resources, Living objects, fashion and the common man, and converts them into real life still images/situations. Overall his first and Last "love" is photography......as the saying goes...." you don't take a photograph,,,,U make it"

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Thursday, January 13, 2011

Tiger – Our National animal is on the verge of extinction!!!




India is home to the world's largest population of tigers in the wild. According to the World Wildlife Fund, of the 3,500 tigers around the world, 1,410 are found in India. Only 11% of original Indian tiger habitat remains, and it is becoming significantly fragmented and often degraded.

Periyar and Parambikulam tiger Reserve r the major tiger reserves located in kerala and which are managed in good status..

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Wednesday, January 12, 2011

long exposure photography location:Brindavan Gardens,mysore...

St. Philomena's Church, Mysore

A church at the same location was built in 1843 by the then Maharaja Mummadi Krishnaraja Wodeyar. An inscription which was there at the time of laying the foundation of the present church in 1933 states: "In the name of that only God - the universal Lord who creates, protects, and reigns over the universe of Light, the mundane world and the assemblage of all created lives - this church is built 1843 years after the incarnation of Jesus Christ, the Enlightenment of the World, as man". In 1926, Thamboo Chetty who was a secretary to the Maharaja of Mysore, Nalvadi Krishnaraja Wodeyar obtained a relic of the saint from Peter Pisani, Apostolic Delegate of the East Indies.[1] This relic was handed over to Father Cochet who approached the king to assist him in constructing a church in honour of St. Philomena.[3]. The Maharaja of Mysore laid the foundation stone of the church on October 28, 1933. In his speech on the day of the inauguration, the Maharaja is quoted to have said: The new church will be strongly and securely built upon a double foundation — Divine compassion and the eager gratitude of men.[3]. The construction of the church was completed under Bishop Rene Feuga's supervision. The relic of Saint Philomena is preserved in a catacomb below the main altar..