A Late Evening Glance at India Gate with my Travelling Camera

The India Gate is one of the largest war memorials in India. Situated in the heart of New Delhi, India Gate was designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens. It is a prominent landmark in Delhi and commemorates the members of the erstwhile British Indian Army who lost their lives fighting for the Indian Empire in World War I and the Afghan Wars. Originally, a Statue of King George V had stood under the now-vacant canopy in front of the India Gate, and was removed to Coronation Park with other statues. Following India's independence, India Gate became the site of the Indian Army's Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, known as the Amar Jawan Jyoti.
(Courtesy: wikipedia)




A Late Evening Glance at India Gate with my Travelling Camera: Posted by VJ SHARAM at www.travellingcamera.com : The India Gate is one of the largest war memorials in India. Situated in the heart of New Delhi, India Gate was designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens. It is a prominent landmark in Delhi and commemorates the members of the erstwhile British Indian Army who lost their lives fighting for the Indian Empire in World War I and the Afghan Wars. Originally, a Statue of King George V had stood under the now-vacant canopy in front of the India Gate, and was removed to Coronation Park with other statues. Following India's independence, India Gate became the site of the Indian Army's Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, known as the Amar Jawan Jyoti.(Courtesy: wikipedia)Standing Tall against the SkyIndia Gate looks amazing in the evening with well placed lights around it... Many Families in Delhi comes to India Gate in the evening and some of them come with all the stuff for dinner... There are luh green lawns around India Gate where one can sit and enjoy with family and friends...Lonely and Majestic..All these photographs have been shot without Tripod so they are blurry, which is more clear in the photograph above... Once I had seen an exhibition by Anindo Ghosh @ IHC Delhi and he had some brilliant shots of India gate, serial lights around it and their reflection in water ponds on its sides... All of them were stunning shots of INDIA GATE...A Permanent Flame...I usually visit India Gate with friends in the evening and take our Dinner at Andhra Bhavan which is on the circular road around India Gate... we need to take the car on Ashoka Road and then a cut... Food at Andhra Bhavan is good and they serve Thali @ 80 Rs for one person.. Its Veg Thali with unlimited service of Rice, Roti, Number of dishes... Few things like Curd, Papad, sweet-dish is served only once... Non-Veg is available but we didn't like it.. So wehenever we go to Andhra Bhavan for Dinner, we only take Veg Thalis... In Lunch time Puri is served instead of Rotis...Secure 24 * 7..Security of INDIA GATE is taken care by Army and there is some restricted area near to actual Gate where nobody can go... There is circular iron-chain around main gate which defines the boundary for normal civilians... and Security people look great in their unique attire with nice boots and powerful guns...Every Night Hundreds Celebrate their Indian Origin...Normally people visit the pace but hit season is summers and monsoons... Of-course, one can find huge crowd at INDIA GATE everytime but yes evenings are more crowded... In the evenings, there are lot many eating options around it which starts from Chana-Jor-Garam, Bhel-Puri, various brands of Ice-Creams with different options, Pani-Puri, Chats and what not... Reaching out for the Sky... An Image of India... Day shots of India Gate from moving Car when we were heading towards India Gate from Rashtrapati Bhavan..Names Engraved in the Heart of India...A Moment to Reflect....The More I See the World, the Closer I Feel to India....
Standing Tall against the Sky


India Gate looks amazing in the evening with well placed lights around it... Many Families in Delhi comes to India Gate in the evening and some of them come with all the stuff for dinner... There are luh green lawns around India Gate where one can sit and enjoy with family and friends...


A Late Evening Glance at India Gate with my Travelling Camera: Posted by VJ SHARAM at www.travellingcamera.com : The India Gate is one of the largest war memorials in India. Situated in the heart of New Delhi, India Gate was designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens. It is a prominent landmark in Delhi and commemorates the members of the erstwhile British Indian Army who lost their lives fighting for the Indian Empire in World War I and the Afghan Wars. Originally, a Statue of King George V had stood under the now-vacant canopy in front of the India Gate, and was removed to Coronation Park with other statues. Following India's independence, India Gate became the site of the Indian Army's Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, known as the Amar Jawan Jyoti.(Courtesy: wikipedia)Standing Tall against the SkyIndia Gate looks amazing in the evening with well placed lights around it... Many Families in Delhi comes to India Gate in the evening and some of them come with all the stuff for dinner... There are luh green lawns around India Gate where one can sit and enjoy with family and friends...Lonely and Majestic..All these photographs have been shot without Tripod so they are blurry, which is more clear in the photograph above... Once I had seen an exhibition by Anindo Ghosh @ IHC Delhi and he had some brilliant shots of India gate, serial lights around it and their reflection in water ponds on its sides... All of them were stunning shots of INDIA GATE...A Permanent Flame...I usually visit India Gate with friends in the evening and take our Dinner at Andhra Bhavan which is on the circular road around India Gate... we need to take the car on Ashoka Road and then a cut... Food at Andhra Bhavan is good and they serve Thali @ 80 Rs for one person.. Its Veg Thali with unlimited service of Rice, Roti, Number of dishes... Few things like Curd, Papad, sweet-dish is served only once... Non-Veg is available but we didn't like it.. So wehenever we go to Andhra Bhavan for Dinner, we only take Veg Thalis... In Lunch time Puri is served instead of Rotis...Secure 24 * 7..Security of INDIA GATE is taken care by Army and there is some restricted area near to actual Gate where nobody can go... There is circular iron-chain around main gate which defines the boundary for normal civilians... and Security people look great in their unique attire with nice boots and powerful guns...Every Night Hundreds Celebrate their Indian Origin...Normally people visit the pace but hit season is summers and monsoons... Of-course, one can find huge crowd at INDIA GATE everytime but yes evenings are more crowded... In the evenings, there are lot many eating options around it which starts from Chana-Jor-Garam, Bhel-Puri, various brands of Ice-Creams with different options, Pani-Puri, Chats and what not... Reaching out for the Sky... An Image of India... Day shots of India Gate from moving Car when we were heading towards India Gate from Rashtrapati Bhavan..Names Engraved in the Heart of India...A Moment to Reflect....The More I See the World, the Closer I Feel to India.... Lonely and Majestic


All these photographs have been shot without Tripod so they are blurry, which is more clear in the photograph above... Once I had seen an exhibition by Anindo Ghosh @ IHC Delhi and he had some brilliant shots of India gate, serial lights around it and their reflection in water ponds on its sides... All of them were stunning shots of INDIA GATE...


A Late Evening Glance at India Gate with my Travelling Camera: Posted by VJ SHARAM at www.travellingcamera.com : The India Gate is one of the largest war memorials in India. Situated in the heart of New Delhi, India Gate was designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens. It is a prominent landmark in Delhi and commemorates the members of the erstwhile British Indian Army who lost their lives fighting for the Indian Empire in World War I and the Afghan Wars. Originally, a Statue of King George V had stood under the now-vacant canopy in front of the India Gate, and was removed to Coronation Park with other statues. Following India's independence, India Gate became the site of the Indian Army's Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, known as the Amar Jawan Jyoti.(Courtesy: wikipedia)Standing Tall against the SkyIndia Gate looks amazing in the evening with well placed lights around it... Many Families in Delhi comes to India Gate in the evening and some of them come with all the stuff for dinner... There are luh green lawns around India Gate where one can sit and enjoy with family and friends...Lonely and Majestic..All these photographs have been shot without Tripod so they are blurry, which is more clear in the photograph above... Once I had seen an exhibition by Anindo Ghosh @ IHC Delhi and he had some brilliant shots of India gate, serial lights around it and their reflection in water ponds on its sides... All of them were stunning shots of INDIA GATE...A Permanent Flame...I usually visit India Gate with friends in the evening and take our Dinner at Andhra Bhavan which is on the circular road around India Gate... we need to take the car on Ashoka Road and then a cut... Food at Andhra Bhavan is good and they serve Thali @ 80 Rs for one person.. Its Veg Thali with unlimited service of Rice, Roti, Number of dishes... Few things like Curd, Papad, sweet-dish is served only once... Non-Veg is available but we didn't like it.. So wehenever we go to Andhra Bhavan for Dinner, we only take Veg Thalis... In Lunch time Puri is served instead of Rotis...Secure 24 * 7..Security of INDIA GATE is taken care by Army and there is some restricted area near to actual Gate where nobody can go... There is circular iron-chain around main gate which defines the boundary for normal civilians... and Security people look great in their unique attire with nice boots and powerful guns...Every Night Hundreds Celebrate their Indian Origin...Normally people visit the pace but hit season is summers and monsoons... Of-course, one can find huge crowd at INDIA GATE everytime but yes evenings are more crowded... In the evenings, there are lot many eating options around it which starts from Chana-Jor-Garam, Bhel-Puri, various brands of Ice-Creams with different options, Pani-Puri, Chats and what not... Reaching out for the Sky... An Image of India... Day shots of India Gate from moving Car when we were heading towards India Gate from Rashtrapati Bhavan..Names Engraved in the Heart of India...A Moment to Reflect....The More I See the World, the Closer I Feel to India.... A Permanent Flame...


I usually visit India Gate with friends in the evening and take our Dinner at Andhra Bhavan which is on the circular road around India Gate... we need to take the car on Ashoka Road and then a cut... Food at Andhra Bhavan is good and they serve Thali @ 80 Rs for one person.. Its Veg Thali with unlimited service of Rice, Roti, Number of dishes... Few things like Curd, Papad, sweet-dish is served only once... Non-Veg is available but we didn't like it.. So wehenever we go to Andhra Bhavan for Dinner, we only take Veg Thalis... In Lunch time Puri is served instead of Rotis...


A Late Evening Glance at India Gate with my Travelling Camera: Posted by VJ SHARAM at www.travellingcamera.com : The India Gate is one of the largest war memorials in India. Situated in the heart of New Delhi, India Gate was designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens. It is a prominent landmark in Delhi and commemorates the members of the erstwhile British Indian Army who lost their lives fighting for the Indian Empire in World War I and the Afghan Wars. Originally, a Statue of King George V had stood under the now-vacant canopy in front of the India Gate, and was removed to Coronation Park with other statues. Following India's independence, India Gate became the site of the Indian Army's Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, known as the Amar Jawan Jyoti.(Courtesy: wikipedia)Standing Tall against the SkyIndia Gate looks amazing in the evening with well placed lights around it... Many Families in Delhi comes to India Gate in the evening and some of them come with all the stuff for dinner... There are luh green lawns around India Gate where one can sit and enjoy with family and friends...Lonely and Majestic..All these photographs have been shot without Tripod so they are blurry, which is more clear in the photograph above... Once I had seen an exhibition by Anindo Ghosh @ IHC Delhi and he had some brilliant shots of India gate, serial lights around it and their reflection in water ponds on its sides... All of them were stunning shots of INDIA GATE...A Permanent Flame...I usually visit India Gate with friends in the evening and take our Dinner at Andhra Bhavan which is on the circular road around India Gate... we need to take the car on Ashoka Road and then a cut... Food at Andhra Bhavan is good and they serve Thali @ 80 Rs for one person.. Its Veg Thali with unlimited service of Rice, Roti, Number of dishes... Few things like Curd, Papad, sweet-dish is served only once... Non-Veg is available but we didn't like it.. So wehenever we go to Andhra Bhavan for Dinner, we only take Veg Thalis... In Lunch time Puri is served instead of Rotis...Secure 24 * 7..Security of INDIA GATE is taken care by Army and there is some restricted area near to actual Gate where nobody can go... There is circular iron-chain around main gate which defines the boundary for normal civilians... and Security people look great in their unique attire with nice boots and powerful guns...Every Night Hundreds Celebrate their Indian Origin...Normally people visit the pace but hit season is summers and monsoons... Of-course, one can find huge crowd at INDIA GATE everytime but yes evenings are more crowded... In the evenings, there are lot many eating options around it which starts from Chana-Jor-Garam, Bhel-Puri, various brands of Ice-Creams with different options, Pani-Puri, Chats and what not... Reaching out for the Sky... An Image of India... Day shots of India Gate from moving Car when we were heading towards India Gate from Rashtrapati Bhavan..Names Engraved in the Heart of India...A Moment to Reflect....The More I See the World, the Closer I Feel to India.... Secure 24 * 7


Security of INDIA GATE is taken care by Army and there is some restricted area near to actual Gate where nobody can go... There is circular iron-chain around main gate which defines the boundary for normal civilians... and Security people look great in their unique attire with nice boots and powerful guns...


A Late Evening Glance at India Gate with my Travelling Camera: Posted by VJ SHARAM at www.travellingcamera.com : The India Gate is one of the largest war memorials in India. Situated in the heart of New Delhi, India Gate was designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens. It is a prominent landmark in Delhi and commemorates the members of the erstwhile British Indian Army who lost their lives fighting for the Indian Empire in World War I and the Afghan Wars. Originally, a Statue of King George V had stood under the now-vacant canopy in front of the India Gate, and was removed to Coronation Park with other statues. Following India's independence, India Gate became the site of the Indian Army's Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, known as the Amar Jawan Jyoti.(Courtesy: wikipedia)Standing Tall against the SkyIndia Gate looks amazing in the evening with well placed lights around it... Many Families in Delhi comes to India Gate in the evening and some of them come with all the stuff for dinner... There are luh green lawns around India Gate where one can sit and enjoy with family and friends...Lonely and Majestic..All these photographs have been shot without Tripod so they are blurry, which is more clear in the photograph above... Once I had seen an exhibition by Anindo Ghosh @ IHC Delhi and he had some brilliant shots of India gate, serial lights around it and their reflection in water ponds on its sides... All of them were stunning shots of INDIA GATE...A Permanent Flame...I usually visit India Gate with friends in the evening and take our Dinner at Andhra Bhavan which is on the circular road around India Gate... we need to take the car on Ashoka Road and then a cut... Food at Andhra Bhavan is good and they serve Thali @ 80 Rs for one person.. Its Veg Thali with unlimited service of Rice, Roti, Number of dishes... Few things like Curd, Papad, sweet-dish is served only once... Non-Veg is available but we didn't like it.. So wehenever we go to Andhra Bhavan for Dinner, we only take Veg Thalis... In Lunch time Puri is served instead of Rotis...Secure 24 * 7..Security of INDIA GATE is taken care by Army and there is some restricted area near to actual Gate where nobody can go... There is circular iron-chain around main gate which defines the boundary for normal civilians... and Security people look great in their unique attire with nice boots and powerful guns...Every Night Hundreds Celebrate their Indian Origin...Normally people visit the pace but hit season is summers and monsoons... Of-course, one can find huge crowd at INDIA GATE everytime but yes evenings are more crowded... In the evenings, there are lot many eating options around it which starts from Chana-Jor-Garam, Bhel-Puri, various brands of Ice-Creams with different options, Pani-Puri, Chats and what not... Reaching out for the Sky... An Image of India... Day shots of India Gate from moving Car when we were heading towards India Gate from Rashtrapati Bhavan..Names Engraved in the Heart of India...A Moment to Reflect....The More I See the World, the Closer I Feel to India.... Every Night Hundreds Celebrate their Indian Origin...

Normally people visit the pace but hit season is summers and monsoons... Of-course, one can find huge crowd at INDIA GATE everytime but yes evenings are more crowded... In the evenings, there are lot many eating options around it which starts from Chana-Jor-Garam, Bhel-Puri, various brands of Ice-Creams with different options, Pani-Puri, Chats and what not...


A Late Evening Glance at India Gate with my Travelling Camera: Posted by VJ SHARAM at www.travellingcamera.com : The India Gate is one of the largest war memorials in India. Situated in the heart of New Delhi, India Gate was designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens. It is a prominent landmark in Delhi and commemorates the members of the erstwhile British Indian Army who lost their lives fighting for the Indian Empire in World War I and the Afghan Wars. Originally, a Statue of King George V had stood under the now-vacant canopy in front of the India Gate, and was removed to Coronation Park with other statues. Following India's independence, India Gate became the site of the Indian Army's Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, known as the Amar Jawan Jyoti.(Courtesy: wikipedia)Standing Tall against the SkyIndia Gate looks amazing in the evening with well placed lights around it... Many Families in Delhi comes to India Gate in the evening and some of them come with all the stuff for dinner... There are luh green lawns around India Gate where one can sit and enjoy with family and friends...Lonely and Majestic..All these photographs have been shot without Tripod so they are blurry, which is more clear in the photograph above... Once I had seen an exhibition by Anindo Ghosh @ IHC Delhi and he had some brilliant shots of India gate, serial lights around it and their reflection in water ponds on its sides... All of them were stunning shots of INDIA GATE...A Permanent Flame...I usually visit India Gate with friends in the evening and take our Dinner at Andhra Bhavan which is on the circular road around India Gate... we need to take the car on Ashoka Road and then a cut... Food at Andhra Bhavan is good and they serve Thali @ 80 Rs for one person.. Its Veg Thali with unlimited service of Rice, Roti, Number of dishes... Few things like Curd, Papad, sweet-dish is served only once... Non-Veg is available but we didn't like it.. So wehenever we go to Andhra Bhavan for Dinner, we only take Veg Thalis... In Lunch time Puri is served instead of Rotis...Secure 24 * 7..Security of INDIA GATE is taken care by Army and there is some restricted area near to actual Gate where nobody can go... There is circular iron-chain around main gate which defines the boundary for normal civilians... and Security people look great in their unique attire with nice boots and powerful guns...Every Night Hundreds Celebrate their Indian Origin...Normally people visit the pace but hit season is summers and monsoons... Of-course, one can find huge crowd at INDIA GATE everytime but yes evenings are more crowded... In the evenings, there are lot many eating options around it which starts from Chana-Jor-Garam, Bhel-Puri, various brands of Ice-Creams with different options, Pani-Puri, Chats and what not... Reaching out for the Sky... An Image of India... Day shots of India Gate from moving Car when we were heading towards India Gate from Rashtrapati Bhavan..Names Engraved in the Heart of India...A Moment to Reflect....The More I See the World, the Closer I Feel to India.... Reaching out for the Sky...




A Late Evening Glance at India Gate with my Travelling Camera: Posted by VJ SHARAM at www.travellingcamera.com : The India Gate is one of the largest war memorials in India. Situated in the heart of New Delhi, India Gate was designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens. It is a prominent landmark in Delhi and commemorates the members of the erstwhile British Indian Army who lost their lives fighting for the Indian Empire in World War I and the Afghan Wars. Originally, a Statue of King George V had stood under the now-vacant canopy in front of the India Gate, and was removed to Coronation Park with other statues. Following India's independence, India Gate became the site of the Indian Army's Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, known as the Amar Jawan Jyoti.(Courtesy: wikipedia)Standing Tall against the SkyIndia Gate looks amazing in the evening with well placed lights around it... Many Families in Delhi comes to India Gate in the evening and some of them come with all the stuff for dinner... There are luh green lawns around India Gate where one can sit and enjoy with family and friends...Lonely and Majestic..All these photographs have been shot without Tripod so they are blurry, which is more clear in the photograph above... Once I had seen an exhibition by Anindo Ghosh @ IHC Delhi and he had some brilliant shots of India gate, serial lights around it and their reflection in water ponds on its sides... All of them were stunning shots of INDIA GATE...A Permanent Flame...I usually visit India Gate with friends in the evening and take our Dinner at Andhra Bhavan which is on the circular road around India Gate... we need to take the car on Ashoka Road and then a cut... Food at Andhra Bhavan is good and they serve Thali @ 80 Rs for one person.. Its Veg Thali with unlimited service of Rice, Roti, Number of dishes... Few things like Curd, Papad, sweet-dish is served only once... Non-Veg is available but we didn't like it.. So wehenever we go to Andhra Bhavan for Dinner, we only take Veg Thalis... In Lunch time Puri is served instead of Rotis...Secure 24 * 7..Security of INDIA GATE is taken care by Army and there is some restricted area near to actual Gate where nobody can go... There is circular iron-chain around main gate which defines the boundary for normal civilians... and Security people look great in their unique attire with nice boots and powerful guns...Every Night Hundreds Celebrate their Indian Origin...Normally people visit the pace but hit season is summers and monsoons... Of-course, one can find huge crowd at INDIA GATE everytime but yes evenings are more crowded... In the evenings, there are lot many eating options around it which starts from Chana-Jor-Garam, Bhel-Puri, various brands of Ice-Creams with different options, Pani-Puri, Chats and what not... Reaching out for the Sky... An Image of India... Day shots of India Gate from moving Car when we were heading towards India Gate from Rashtrapati Bhavan..Names Engraved in the Heart of India...A Moment to Reflect....The More I See the World, the Closer I Feel to India....
An Image of India


Day shots of India Gate from moving Car when we were heading towards India Gate from Rashtrapati Bhavan..


A Late Evening Glance at India Gate with my Travelling Camera: Posted by VJ SHARAM at www.travellingcamera.com : The India Gate is one of the largest war memorials in India. Situated in the heart of New Delhi, India Gate was designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens. It is a prominent landmark in Delhi and commemorates the members of the erstwhile British Indian Army who lost their lives fighting for the Indian Empire in World War I and the Afghan Wars. Originally, a Statue of King George V had stood under the now-vacant canopy in front of the India Gate, and was removed to Coronation Park with other statues. Following India's independence, India Gate became the site of the Indian Army's Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, known as the Amar Jawan Jyoti.(Courtesy: wikipedia)Standing Tall against the SkyIndia Gate looks amazing in the evening with well placed lights around it... Many Families in Delhi comes to India Gate in the evening and some of them come with all the stuff for dinner... There are luh green lawns around India Gate where one can sit and enjoy with family and friends...Lonely and Majestic..All these photographs have been shot without Tripod so they are blurry, which is more clear in the photograph above... Once I had seen an exhibition by Anindo Ghosh @ IHC Delhi and he had some brilliant shots of India gate, serial lights around it and their reflection in water ponds on its sides... All of them were stunning shots of INDIA GATE...A Permanent Flame...I usually visit India Gate with friends in the evening and take our Dinner at Andhra Bhavan which is on the circular road around India Gate... we need to take the car on Ashoka Road and then a cut... Food at Andhra Bhavan is good and they serve Thali @ 80 Rs for one person.. Its Veg Thali with unlimited service of Rice, Roti, Number of dishes... Few things like Curd, Papad, sweet-dish is served only once... Non-Veg is available but we didn't like it.. So wehenever we go to Andhra Bhavan for Dinner, we only take Veg Thalis... In Lunch time Puri is served instead of Rotis...Secure 24 * 7..Security of INDIA GATE is taken care by Army and there is some restricted area near to actual Gate where nobody can go... There is circular iron-chain around main gate which defines the boundary for normal civilians... and Security people look great in their unique attire with nice boots and powerful guns...Every Night Hundreds Celebrate their Indian Origin...Normally people visit the pace but hit season is summers and monsoons... Of-course, one can find huge crowd at INDIA GATE everytime but yes evenings are more crowded... In the evenings, there are lot many eating options around it which starts from Chana-Jor-Garam, Bhel-Puri, various brands of Ice-Creams with different options, Pani-Puri, Chats and what not... Reaching out for the Sky... An Image of India... Day shots of India Gate from moving Car when we were heading towards India Gate from Rashtrapati Bhavan..Names Engraved in the Heart of India...A Moment to Reflect....The More I See the World, the Closer I Feel to India.... Names Engraved in the Heart of India...




A Late Evening Glance at India Gate with my Travelling Camera: Posted by VJ SHARAM at www.travellingcamera.com : The India Gate is one of the largest war memorials in India. Situated in the heart of New Delhi, India Gate was designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens. It is a prominent landmark in Delhi and commemorates the members of the erstwhile British Indian Army who lost their lives fighting for the Indian Empire in World War I and the Afghan Wars. Originally, a Statue of King George V had stood under the now-vacant canopy in front of the India Gate, and was removed to Coronation Park with other statues. Following India's independence, India Gate became the site of the Indian Army's Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, known as the Amar Jawan Jyoti.(Courtesy: wikipedia)Standing Tall against the SkyIndia Gate looks amazing in the evening with well placed lights around it... Many Families in Delhi comes to India Gate in the evening and some of them come with all the stuff for dinner... There are luh green lawns around India Gate where one can sit and enjoy with family and friends...Lonely and Majestic..All these photographs have been shot without Tripod so they are blurry, which is more clear in the photograph above... Once I had seen an exhibition by Anindo Ghosh @ IHC Delhi and he had some brilliant shots of India gate, serial lights around it and their reflection in water ponds on its sides... All of them were stunning shots of INDIA GATE...A Permanent Flame...I usually visit India Gate with friends in the evening and take our Dinner at Andhra Bhavan which is on the circular road around India Gate... we need to take the car on Ashoka Road and then a cut... Food at Andhra Bhavan is good and they serve Thali @ 80 Rs for one person.. Its Veg Thali with unlimited service of Rice, Roti, Number of dishes... Few things like Curd, Papad, sweet-dish is served only once... Non-Veg is available but we didn't like it.. So wehenever we go to Andhra Bhavan for Dinner, we only take Veg Thalis... In Lunch time Puri is served instead of Rotis...Secure 24 * 7..Security of INDIA GATE is taken care by Army and there is some restricted area near to actual Gate where nobody can go... There is circular iron-chain around main gate which defines the boundary for normal civilians... and Security people look great in their unique attire with nice boots and powerful guns...Every Night Hundreds Celebrate their Indian Origin...Normally people visit the pace but hit season is summers and monsoons... Of-course, one can find huge crowd at INDIA GATE everytime but yes evenings are more crowded... In the evenings, there are lot many eating options around it which starts from Chana-Jor-Garam, Bhel-Puri, various brands of Ice-Creams with different options, Pani-Puri, Chats and what not... Reaching out for the Sky... An Image of India... Day shots of India Gate from moving Car when we were heading towards India Gate from Rashtrapati Bhavan..Names Engraved in the Heart of India...A Moment to Reflect....The More I See the World, the Closer I Feel to India.... A Moment to Reflect....




A Late Evening Glance at India Gate with my Travelling Camera: Posted by VJ SHARAM at www.travellingcamera.com : The India Gate is one of the largest war memorials in India. Situated in the heart of New Delhi, India Gate was designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens. It is a prominent landmark in Delhi and commemorates the members of the erstwhile British Indian Army who lost their lives fighting for the Indian Empire in World War I and the Afghan Wars. Originally, a Statue of King George V had stood under the now-vacant canopy in front of the India Gate, and was removed to Coronation Park with other statues. Following India's independence, India Gate became the site of the Indian Army's Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, known as the Amar Jawan Jyoti.(Courtesy: wikipedia)Standing Tall against the SkyIndia Gate looks amazing in the evening with well placed lights around it... Many Families in Delhi comes to India Gate in the evening and some of them come with all the stuff for dinner... There are luh green lawns around India Gate where one can sit and enjoy with family and friends...Lonely and Majestic..All these photographs have been shot without Tripod so they are blurry, which is more clear in the photograph above... Once I had seen an exhibition by Anindo Ghosh @ IHC Delhi and he had some brilliant shots of India gate, serial lights around it and their reflection in water ponds on its sides... All of them were stunning shots of INDIA GATE...A Permanent Flame...I usually visit India Gate with friends in the evening and take our Dinner at Andhra Bhavan which is on the circular road around India Gate... we need to take the car on Ashoka Road and then a cut... Food at Andhra Bhavan is good and they serve Thali @ 80 Rs for one person.. Its Veg Thali with unlimited service of Rice, Roti, Number of dishes... Few things like Curd, Papad, sweet-dish is served only once... Non-Veg is available but we didn't like it.. So wehenever we go to Andhra Bhavan for Dinner, we only take Veg Thalis... In Lunch time Puri is served instead of Rotis...Secure 24 * 7..Security of INDIA GATE is taken care by Army and there is some restricted area near to actual Gate where nobody can go... There is circular iron-chain around main gate which defines the boundary for normal civilians... and Security people look great in their unique attire with nice boots and powerful guns...Every Night Hundreds Celebrate their Indian Origin...Normally people visit the pace but hit season is summers and monsoons... Of-course, one can find huge crowd at INDIA GATE everytime but yes evenings are more crowded... In the evenings, there are lot many eating options around it which starts from Chana-Jor-Garam, Bhel-Puri, various brands of Ice-Creams with different options, Pani-Puri, Chats and what not... Reaching out for the Sky... An Image of India... Day shots of India Gate from moving Car when we were heading towards India Gate from Rashtrapati Bhavan..Names Engraved in the Heart of India...A Moment to Reflect....The More I See the World, the Closer I Feel to India.... Posted by Ripple (VJ) : INDIA GATE : The More I See the World, the Closer I Feel to India The More I See the World, the Closer I Feel to India....

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