The Lighthouse Pic: Raghuram S Godavarthi
One visit to the cliff behind the lighthouse – at the westernmost edge of the town convinced me this was far greater reward, and inevitably, my feet found their way there every evening, in the hope of catching a sunset.
A Long Awaited Sunset Pic: Raghuram S Godavarthi
I spent all of five evenings at the cliff, waiting for two to three hours every day for the clouds to part and reveal a dipping sun. But it wasn’t until the final evening that the Sun delivered a parting glimpseand broke through the clouds so very briefly before lapsing into its repose. Read more...
Home to Lord Krishna, Dwarka is probably the holiest of cities for Hindus,built on the banks of Gomati River. Dwarka is one of the Char Dham (along with Badrinath, Puri and Rameswaram). A perfect example of resilience,Dwarka is known to have been destroyed by the sea no less than 6 times!! What stands today is the 7th version of this ancient wonder.
In this guest post Raghuram S Godavarthi ruminates over his 6 year old trip to the city of Dwarka in Gujarat.
Raghu likes to describe himself as ‘A Bohemian-in-the-making who was once an engineer and now works as a wordsmith’. He regularly blogs at Bencilo. Read more...