Architectural Marvels #2
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Architectural Marvels #2

This beautiful centograph in Mandore, Jodhpur, Rajasthan, has beautifully carved archways and doorways. The walls are through-and-through jalis, sending filtered light into the monument throughout the day. Unfortunately, visitors are not allowed to go inside the building. I would have loved to get a few shots from the inside, as the light came filtering in. … Continue reading

Architectural Marvels #1
Architectural Marvels / Photography

Architectural Marvels #1

Architecture fascinates me. Take the Ba’hai Temple in Delhi, India (similar to Sydney’s Opera House) – how did engineers structure the concrete to form the petal shape that is iconic to both these structures? When modern architecture is so fascinating, imagine how much more enchanting ancient architecture can be. Take this picture, for example. It’s … Continue reading