Sunday, December 19, 2010

So i miss this...chilling winter @ my home town.

Friday, November 26, 2010

I dont believe in color,i can breathe any where......

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Monday, August 30, 2010

Some words behind the picture.

Saturday, August 07, 2010

Happy and new life.

Thursday, June 10, 2010

June 20

My wedding date....
Boss just few days left for my wedding now.I am getting out of block , i hardly get some time to fiddle through net and grab my laptop..Have so many things to pack, to arrange, to buy ...oh..oh can go on....Now the things are on earth,anvil word had to be replaced by DONE.....
I am happy,confused,sad ,excited and even worried..its been raining here  since few weeks and i hope weather will be hot on my wedding...i need your strong wishes and prayers....
I will be out of blog for of months now...i guess will start writing back when i will be in Saudi after marriage.Most probably in the month of August 2010.Wish me luck ......

Will miss u all......

       This is my invitation to all my blogger friends..

Saturday, May 22, 2010

Cozy n Calm

Sunday, May 16, 2010

My home lawn.

Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Certain ways to follow even shadows

Friday, May 07, 2010

Paintings by my Bhabhi... awesome,i have no words..

P.S:- I miss my bro and my bhabhi,it was nice to be with them for long 6 days.....Love u all.

Monday, April 26, 2010

Some of the pix which i took at my cousins place,i was astonished for the time bing to see such things... Gramophone..bitter gourd.. Stone painted to give it a fish look like.

Thursday, April 22, 2010

Manasbal Lake.

 Manasbal Lake :-

Manasbal Lake is located about 30 km north of Srinagar, the summer capital of Jammu and Kashmir State. It has predominantly rural surroundings with three villages, Kondabal, Jarokbal and Gratbal overlooking the lake. Manasbal is considered as the 'supreme gem of all Kashmir lakes' with lotus (Nelumbo nucifera) nowhere more abundant or beautiful than on the margins of this lake during July and August. It is the deepest lake of Kashmir valley and perhaps the only one that develops stable summer stratification. Manasbal is classified as warm monomictic lake and circulates once in a year for a short time. The other lakes in the region either have weak stratification or are polymictic. Close to the northern shore are the ruins of a fort which was built in 17th century by a Moghul king to cater the needs of caravans that used to travel from Panjab to Srinagar. On the south, overlooking the lake is a hillock-Ahtung which is used for limestone extraction. The eastern part is mainly mountainous and towards the north is an elevated plateau known as 'Karewa' consisting of lacustrine, fluviatile and loessic deposits.
The lake has no major inflow channels and the water supply is maintained through spring water inflow and precipitation. An outlet channel connects the lake with the Jhelum River. The outflow of water is regulated artificially.
The local population uses the lake as a source of water, for fishing and for obtaining food and fodder plants. Many people are involved in harvesting and marketing of lotus rootstocks which are extensively eaten in the State. In recent years, tourism has caught up with the Manasbal Lake in a big way and as a consequence there are lots of pressure on the terrestrial ecosystem which is being exploited at many places.
The origin of the lake is still unresolved but there is no denying the fact that Manasbal is very ancient. The local people believe in the legend that the lake is bottomless. Over the years as a result of human pressure the lake has become eutrophic. The water body is virtually choked with submerged weeds particularly during summer which is the high tourist season. The deep water layers become anoxic with considerable accumulation of hydrogen sulphide

"Ancient Temple in Manasbal "

Friday, April 16, 2010

The-Rise-Of-The-Silver Surfer.

Tuesday, April 13, 2010

That's a little water land   :)

Thursday, April 08, 2010

Part -2

Tuesday, April 06, 2010

I believe in falling love.....

Friday, April 02, 2010

Tulip Garden Srinagar. (Indira Gandhi Tulip Garden )

The sprawling Asia's biggest tulip garden in Jammu and Kashmir’s summer capital Srinagar holds thousands of flowers impart a mesmerising ambience to this 90-acre tourist attraction in the Valley.
Nearly 1.3 million tulip bulbs comprising 70 varieties of various colours have been grown in the garden,the vast tulip garden overlooking the Dal Lake in the city. Located close to the famous Mughal gardens of Chashma Shahi, Nishat and Shalimar, the Kashmir tulip garden is seen as a milestone in making holidays memorable for thousands of domestic and foreign tourists who come to the Valley each year.

P.S:- Pictures taken by Nokia 5800 on Friday,03 April,2010.