Saturday, November 7, 2009


Another one straight out of Baijnath, Pushkar (Rajasthan). Its an old Banyan tree, with its roots, untramelled, unrestricted, encroaching over whatever that may come in its way. The snap covers only part of the roots; in real, the roots had taken over quite some area around the tree, as if it was marking its property.

Right of Way

A right of way is a strip of land that is granted, through an easement or other mechanism, for transportation purposes. I named it so because of the way the road slides from between these rocky mountains, as if to say that it has a right of way, wherever, whatsoever be the hurdle.

The snap had been clicked while I was coming back from my Convocation Ceremony at National Law University, Jodhpur. The place is Barr, somewhere in between Jodhpur to Ajmer.


Generally, any graphical representation wherein the graph is moving up is taken as success or progress, so thats why I've tagged it so. The snap had been clicked in the Mehrangarh Fort, at Jodhpur (Rajasthan).