Darwaze, khidkiyaan, jharokhe, verandey
Hain ye imaartein
Kuch keh rahi hain ye
Rough translation: (Doors, windows, details, so beautiful, are these buildings, look at them, listen, understand, think, learn, they are speaking to you)
What can I say, but I’m fascinated and inspired by buildings, and people around buildings. That’s why I’m a musafir. Kindly excuse me for my very poor Urdu and Hindi poetry skills.
Darwaza: Urdu for door; Khidki: Hindi for window; Jharokha: An overhanging enclosed balcony used in Rajasthani architecture; Khoobsurat: Urdu for beautiful; Imaarat: Urdu for building; Dekho: Hindi for look; Suno: Hindi for listen; Socho: Hindi for think; Jano: Hindi for learn
It is nice to see that you went to Historical places in Delhi and Agra.
I love old places. I gravitate toward them wherever I go.
great clicks, you know how to capture it all in a magical way