An Occluded Portal

A tedious 400′ climb from the village of Bhaja takes the interested few to the magnificent Bhaja Caves that were sculpted in the 2nd century. Although they were created in a time that might have a seemingly insignificant impact on the present, the cave effortlessly opens the mind of the explorer to the magic of a period they might not be able to visit otherwise.

Timeless Exchanges

By virtue of its purpose, The Sun Temple in Modhera has always connected with the lives of common people by both receiving and giving. In this picture, as a lady walks by observing the intricacies of the monument, the shape of the ornate pilasters seem to have been inspired by the flare of her saree.

Frozen Iridescence

In their candid state, the sandstone steps of the Sun Temple in Modhera that reflect the process of their evolution through having stood the test of time, produce the kind of iridescence that stays for one to touch.

Mellifluous Echoes

Built entirely of sandstone, The Sun Temple in Modhera is a beautiful gift from hundreds of years ago, to the modern day India. In this picture, as a young women stops to admire the ornate carvings on the archway, the efforts of the artisans who created this marvel and the virtue of their work from centuries ago, are momentarily glorified.

Eternal Passage

The Armenian Church built in 1722, is the only remaining testament in Chennai to a settlement that walked all the way from Armenia, through the Hindukush mountains to reach the city.