I’ve been thinking of starting a travel blog for quite sometime but did not have the right motivation to start even thought I had content to post online for casual readers, travel enthusiasts and amateur photographers like me to read and get motivated to travel and see the world. On this note, I would like to quote St. Augustine. “The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page”. A simple sentence with makes you realize what your are missing.
For my first post, I would like to share some of my clicks at the Qutb Shahi Tombs in Hyderabad, India. A little background, Hyderabad is the capital of a newly formed state called Telangana and is one of the major center for the technology industry.
Outside of the daily office routine, there are many places where one can visit to relax and enjoy the various architectural marvels Hyderabad has to offer.
The Qutb Shahi Tombs
This blog is not about the history of the place, or what the place signifies. You can always read about that on Wikipedia or any other tourist magazines/websites. I want to share my travel experiences to the world (my blog readers) and encourage you to become travelers and not tourists. See what others do not see. Show my clicks to the world.
“You see but you do not observe, the distinction is clear.”
The tombs showcase a distinctive style that blends Persian, Pashtun and Hindu forms.
The Golkonda Fort used to have a vault where once the famous Koh-i-Noor and Hope diamonds were stored along with other diamonds.
The above clicks are straight from the camera with a little post processing done to balance the color tone and white balance. No fancy filters applied to make it look spectacular.
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