This was a little temple when I was a little girl. There were rumours of animal sacrifices so I was too terrified to visit. Almost 4 decades later, the temple has grown so much. I took pictures from the outside.. old habits die hard I guess. I wonder if I will ever go in? This […]
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One of the great joys of growing up and living in Bangalore (and many places in India) is eating freshly roasted corn on the cob, with a touch of lemon, salt, coriander and green chilly paste. These were being roasted for me outside Sankey Tank. American Sweet Corn in a cup with a dash of […]
Photography, Authorship and Copyright Notice : All Rights Reserved : Satya Sarada Kandula The vacant sites around my house, fill up with water during the rains and create an eco-system par excellence. With frogs eating mosquitoes and cranes eating frogs. Nowadays dogs too hunt in these waters. And when the fish and crabs grow big, […]
Photography, Authorship and Copyright Notice : All Rights Reserved : Satya Sarada Kandula The kings’ palaces have been converted to hotels. Some of them have turned to politics but others rent their palaces out to hotels and museums. The Wodeyars were much loved kings. They also gave land to the college where I studied.. SJCE, […]
Photography, Authorship and Copyright Notice: All rights reserved – Satya Sarada Kandula. Most of the folks we saw were reading newspapers and one boy was reading a textbook. But the librarian assured us that people do borrow and read books. So if you are looking to give away books, that could be a choice for […]
This time round, there was not much money to spend, so Ganesha celebrations were not much at all. Also something appears to have limited the loudspeaker religion. Now songs or sounds at all. Creation and Copyright Notice : Images and Content : Satya Sarada Kandula
We were checking out foreign language courses in Bangalore and we took some pictures!
We went to Yelahanka railway station to pick up my parents after losing 3 phone conversations asking them to get down at Bangalore Cantonment. Their winning argument was, don’t bother – we’ll bring ourselves home. The train was late so we had a little romp around the railway station. We discovered temples and weaving machines. […]
The station was so clean and pretty. There is a new train to Kolar now.
We were waiting for the dry puri (snacker’s stop) and sugar cane juice (near big bazaar).