Captured on August 16, 2010, the Commonwealth Express (CWG) train which was flagged off from Delhi June 24 stands at the Secunderabad Railway Station. The train aims at spreading the spirit of the Games and motivates youth across the country to participate in various sports. The exhibition train comprises 11 coaches. While five coaches feature rare CWG memorabilia, the remaining six are devoted to showcasing Information and Communication Technology (ICT). Secunderabad, which is the twin city of Hyderabad, is the 26th stop-over for the train, During its 101-day journey, the special train will travel through 21 states and three union territories, stopping at 49 major stations before returning to Delhi on October 2, well on time before the scheduled start off date of October 3, 2010...
After the previous alien spaceship--that was otherwise mistook as the Police Memorial-left the Planet Earth, our space friends are visiting us again and are parked at the AIIMS flyover. The mother ship is parked on one side of the road while sub-ships are just across the road.
The Endangered Sea Turtle is made of 800 children and several colors of Earth. It is crying tears made of pop bottles. The above is an amazing Sky Art by Daniel Dancer a conceptual aerial artist and our good friend from Oregon, US. Daniel runs the Arts For The Sky Project making giant living paintings out of people! The objective: Adventures in Team-Building and Perception to Deepen Our Relationship to Sky, Earth & One Another! Daniel plans to visit India this winter - a country he loves for reasons more than one and do some awesome 350 Sky Art for the Planet! We wish him all the best.
A 'reflection' on the Yamuna river in Delhi
Gol Market, New Delhi Dare to take a U - TURAN !? ;)
A Camel near the Yamuna close to the Delhi Secretariat, along side the ITO Birdge. Talk about Public Transport!
A Black Kite 'shot' by the morning sun by Mr. Anil Lyall at Maurice Nagar, Delhi!
Following is an interesting image taken by Mr. Rajesh Lalwani of BlogWorks, en route to Gurgaon. According to Mr. Lalwani, Given the driving etiquette in our very cultured metros, the day is not far when this would be a real warning, I think :). At the same time, given the LARGE number of vehicles (including the newer, cheaper ones) that are added to the National Capital Region (NCR) every day, I think the day is not far that this actually becomes a real warning!
Legend has it, that if a person spots a Nilgai (Boselaphus tragocamelus) in JNU, he either stays there for long or keeps returning!