CB&W: Lens on the Past

Let’s take a stroll through some of the arched corridors of time – in honor of Cee’s Black and White Photo Challenge on Circles and Curvescorridor

Lotus Mahal or the Lotus Palace at Hampi, Karnataka in Southern India is a UNESCO World heritage site. This particular palace combines Hindu and Islamic architecture.

wheelsThe stone chariot is the iconic symbol of Hampi, the 14th century magnificent capital of one of the greatest empires of India.

Moving to the North of India, let’s step into a different era and style altogether


Way to the tomb of Sikander Lodhi who ruled Delhi between 1489 -1517 AD. Err the tomb itself will make an appearance later in another post 😉 In the meanwhile, feast your eyes on another tomb.

BWLodhi.jpgMuhammad Shah Saiyyad’s tomb who ruled from 1414 to 1451 at Lodhi Gardens, New Delhi

Hope you liked! Let me know either way 🙂 Have a super weekend.

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