Qualcomm Snapdragon Photo-walk at Lodhi Garden, Delhi || 30th Sept' 2012

Kunzum Travel Cafe organized this Photo-Walk with Qualcomm, where Qualomm team wanted people to try Snapdragon powered mobile-Cameras. Photowalk happened on 30th Sept at Lodhi Garden. Check out this Photo Journey to know more about the place and what all happened during the evening..Everyone gathered at Gate No 1 of Lodhi Garden which is just opposite to Weather Forecast office on Lodhi Raod. almost everyone was there at 4 pm. After getting some basic stuff to drink & eat, we moved towards the garden with different monuments inside. I have been to Lodhi Garden many times, but yesterday light was nice. First we moved towards Bada Gumbad which automatically comes first as we enter through Gate No. 1 of Lodhi Garden. After entering into the Lodhi Garden, Kunzum folks shared some Garden rules and it was great to hear those. Almost everyone knew them, but this was just to make sure that everyone follows those.All these photographs are shot with Nikon D200 Camera. also clicked lot of photographs with HTC DesireHD and will be share those photographs soon. After exploring Bara Gumbad, Sheesh Gumbad, Three domes Mosque, we moved towards the water tank.Lodi Garden is a park in Delhi, India. Spread over 90 acres which contains Mohammed Shah's Tomb, Sikander Lodi's Tomb, Sheesh Gumbad and Bara Gumbad, architectural works of the 15th century Sayyid and Lodis, a Pashtun dynasty which ruled much of Northern India during the 16th century, and the site is now protected by the Archeological Survey of India (ASI).Check out more at - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lodi_GardensTea, cold-drinks, chips and some light snacks are offered by small vendors inside the garden. It was good to see dustbins installed at reachable places, which are quite helpful in keeping the place clean.  Many families were there to celebrate weekend with their kids & family members. It was really nice to see a different type of environment in the lawns of Lodhi Garden.Many tourists also visit this beautiful garden. This is one of the well located gardens in the city. It's near to Khan Market, India Habitat Center and JLN Stadium. Different kinds of people come to Lodhi Garden with different motives. Delhi Couples also like the place very much. Since this Photo-Walk was organized by Qualcomm Snapdragon group, we should also share some basic information about Sanpdragon. Snapdragon is a family of mobile system on chips (SoC) by Qualcomm. Qualcomm considers Snapdragon a platform for use in smartphones, tablets, and smartbook devices. All Snapdragon processors contain the circuitry to decode high-definition video (HD) resolution at 720p or 1080p depending on the Snapdragon chipset. Compared to System on chips from many competitors, Snapdragon SoCs have been unique in that they have had the modem for cellular communication on-die. That is, they do not require a separate external modem on the PCB. Since Snapdragon S4, the majority of S4 SoCs also features on-die WiFi, GPS/GLONASS and Bluetooth. This integration reduces the complexity and cost of the final design for the OEMs. Check out more at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Snapdragon_%28system_on_chip%29 or Qualcomm website.Apart from Mobile-Cameras, many of the Photo-Walkers were carrying DSLRs as wellIt was fun to spend 2 Hrs at Lodhi Garden with like minded folks and especially travel enthusiasts out there. On Sunday, there were many kids playing around the green lawns at Lodhi Garden.Photo-Walk ended with a breif chit-chat & a group photograph near Sikander Lodi's Tomb, which is opposite to Water Tank of Lodhi Garden. It was around 6:30 pm and everyone started moving back home.

Kunzum Travel Cafe organized this Photo-Walk with Qualcomm, where Qualomm team wanted people to try Snapdragon powered mobile-Cameras. Photowalk happened on 30th Sept at Lodhi Garden. Check out this Photo Journey to know more about the place and what all happened during the evening...


Kunzum Travel Cafe organized this Photo-Walk with Qualcomm, where Qualomm team wanted people to try Snapdragon powered mobile-Cameras. Photowalk happened on 30th Sept at Lodhi Garden. Check out this Photo Journey to know more about the place and what all happened during the evening..Everyone gathered at Gate No 1 of Lodhi Garden which is just opposite to Weather Forecast office on Lodhi Raod. almost everyone was there at 4 pm. After getting some basic stuff to drink & eat, we moved towards the garden with different monuments inside. I have been to Lodhi Garden many times, but yesterday light was nice. First we moved towards Bada Gumbad which automatically comes first as we enter through Gate No. 1 of Lodhi Garden. After entering into the Lodhi Garden, Kunzum folks shared some Garden rules and it was great to hear those. Almost everyone knew them, but this was just to make sure that everyone follows those.All these photographs are shot with Nikon D200 Camera. also clicked lot of photographs with HTC DesireHD and will be share those photographs soon. After exploring Bara Gumbad, Sheesh Gumbad, Three domes Mosque, we moved towards the water tank.Lodi Garden is a park in Delhi, India. Spread over 90 acres which contains Mohammed Shah's Tomb, Sikander Lodi's Tomb, Sheesh Gumbad and Bara Gumbad, architectural works of the 15th century Sayyid and Lodis, a Pashtun dynasty which ruled much of Northern India during the 16th century, and the site is now protected by the Archeological Survey of India (ASI).Check out more at - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lodi_GardensTea, cold-drinks, chips and some light snacks are offered by small vendors inside the garden. It was good to see dustbins installed at reachable places, which are quite helpful in keeping the place clean.  Many families were there to celebrate weekend with their kids & family members. It was really nice to see a different type of environment in the lawns of Lodhi Garden.Many tourists also visit this beautiful garden. This is one of the well located gardens in the city. It's near to Khan Market, India Habitat Center and JLN Stadium. Different kinds of people come to Lodhi Garden with different motives. Delhi Couples also like the place very much. Since this Photo-Walk was organized by Qualcomm Snapdragon group, we should also share some basic information about Sanpdragon. Snapdragon is a family of mobile system on chips (SoC) by Qualcomm. Qualcomm considers Snapdragon a platform for use in smartphones, tablets, and smartbook devices. All Snapdragon processors contain the circuitry to decode high-definition video (HD) resolution at 720p or 1080p depending on the Snapdragon chipset. Compared to System on chips from many competitors, Snapdragon SoCs have been unique in that they have had the modem for cellular communication on-die. That is, they do not require a separate external modem on the PCB. Since Snapdragon S4, the majority of S4 SoCs also features on-die WiFi, GPS/GLONASS and Bluetooth. This integration reduces the complexity and cost of the final design for the OEMs. Check out more at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Snapdragon_%28system_on_chip%29 or Qualcomm website.Apart from Mobile-Cameras, many of the Photo-Walkers were carrying DSLRs as wellIt was fun to spend 2 Hrs at Lodhi Garden with like minded folks and especially travel enthusiasts out there. On Sunday, there were many kids playing around the green lawns at Lodhi Garden.Photo-Walk ended with a breif chit-chat & a group photograph near Sikander Lodi's Tomb, which is opposite to Water Tank of Lodhi Garden. It was around 6:30 pm and everyone started moving back home. 
Everyone gathered at Gate No 1 of Lodhi Garden which is just opposite to Weather Forecast office on Lodhi Raod. almost everyone was there at 4 pm. After getting some basic stuff to drink & eat, we moved towards the garden with different monuments inside. 
Kunzum Travel Cafe organized this Photo-Walk with Qualcomm, where Qualomm team wanted people to try Snapdragon powered mobile-Cameras. Photowalk happened on 30th Sept at Lodhi Garden. Check out this Photo Journey to know more about the place and what all happened during the evening..Everyone gathered at Gate No 1 of Lodhi Garden which is just opposite to Weather Forecast office on Lodhi Raod. almost everyone was there at 4 pm. After getting some basic stuff to drink & eat, we moved towards the garden with different monuments inside. I have been to Lodhi Garden many times, but yesterday light was nice. First we moved towards Bada Gumbad which automatically comes first as we enter through Gate No. 1 of Lodhi Garden. After entering into the Lodhi Garden, Kunzum folks shared some Garden rules and it was great to hear those. Almost everyone knew them, but this was just to make sure that everyone follows those.All these photographs are shot with Nikon D200 Camera. also clicked lot of photographs with HTC DesireHD and will be share those photographs soon. After exploring Bara Gumbad, Sheesh Gumbad, Three domes Mosque, we moved towards the water tank.Lodi Garden is a park in Delhi, India. Spread over 90 acres which contains Mohammed Shah's Tomb, Sikander Lodi's Tomb, Sheesh Gumbad and Bara Gumbad, architectural works of the 15th century Sayyid and Lodis, a Pashtun dynasty which ruled much of Northern India during the 16th century, and the site is now protected by the Archeological Survey of India (ASI).Check out more at - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lodi_GardensTea, cold-drinks, chips and some light snacks are offered by small vendors inside the garden. It was good to see dustbins installed at reachable places, which are quite helpful in keeping the place clean.  Many families were there to celebrate weekend with their kids & family members. It was really nice to see a different type of environment in the lawns of Lodhi Garden.Many tourists also visit this beautiful garden. This is one of the well located gardens in the city. It's near to Khan Market, India Habitat Center and JLN Stadium. Different kinds of people come to Lodhi Garden with different motives. Delhi Couples also like the place very much. Since this Photo-Walk was organized by Qualcomm Snapdragon group, we should also share some basic information about Sanpdragon. Snapdragon is a family of mobile system on chips (SoC) by Qualcomm. Qualcomm considers Snapdragon a platform for use in smartphones, tablets, and smartbook devices. All Snapdragon processors contain the circuitry to decode high-definition video (HD) resolution at 720p or 1080p depending on the Snapdragon chipset. Compared to System on chips from many competitors, Snapdragon SoCs have been unique in that they have had the modem for cellular communication on-die. That is, they do not require a separate external modem on the PCB. Since Snapdragon S4, the majority of S4 SoCs also features on-die WiFi, GPS/GLONASS and Bluetooth. This integration reduces the complexity and cost of the final design for the OEMs. Check out more at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Snapdragon_%28system_on_chip%29 or Qualcomm website.Apart from Mobile-Cameras, many of the Photo-Walkers were carrying DSLRs as wellIt was fun to spend 2 Hrs at Lodhi Garden with like minded folks and especially travel enthusiasts out there. On Sunday, there were many kids playing around the green lawns at Lodhi Garden.Photo-Walk ended with a breif chit-chat & a group photograph near Sikander Lodi's Tomb, which is opposite to Water Tank of Lodhi Garden. It was around 6:30 pm and everyone started moving back home.

I have been to Lodhi Garden many times, but yesterday light was nice. First we moved towards Bada Gumbad which automatically comes first as we enter through Gate No. 1 of Lodhi Garden. After entering into the Lodhi Garden, Kunzum folks shared some Garden rules and it was great to hear those. Almost everyone knew them, but this was just to make sure that everyone follows those.

Kunzum Travel Cafe organized this Photo-Walk with Qualcomm, where Qualomm team wanted people to try Snapdragon powered mobile-Cameras. Photowalk happened on 30th Sept at Lodhi Garden. Check out this Photo Journey to know more about the place and what all happened during the evening..Everyone gathered at Gate No 1 of Lodhi Garden which is just opposite to Weather Forecast office on Lodhi Raod. almost everyone was there at 4 pm. After getting some basic stuff to drink & eat, we moved towards the garden with different monuments inside. I have been to Lodhi Garden many times, but yesterday light was nice. First we moved towards Bada Gumbad which automatically comes first as we enter through Gate No. 1 of Lodhi Garden. After entering into the Lodhi Garden, Kunzum folks shared some Garden rules and it was great to hear those. Almost everyone knew them, but this was just to make sure that everyone follows those.All these photographs are shot with Nikon D200 Camera. also clicked lot of photographs with HTC DesireHD and will be share those photographs soon. After exploring Bara Gumbad, Sheesh Gumbad, Three domes Mosque, we moved towards the water tank.Lodi Garden is a park in Delhi, India. Spread over 90 acres which contains Mohammed Shah's Tomb, Sikander Lodi's Tomb, Sheesh Gumbad and Bara Gumbad, architectural works of the 15th century Sayyid and Lodis, a Pashtun dynasty which ruled much of Northern India during the 16th century, and the site is now protected by the Archeological Survey of India (ASI).Check out more at - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lodi_GardensTea, cold-drinks, chips and some light snacks are offered by small vendors inside the garden. It was good to see dustbins installed at reachable places, which are quite helpful in keeping the place clean.  Many families were there to celebrate weekend with their kids & family members. It was really nice to see a different type of environment in the lawns of Lodhi Garden.Many tourists also visit this beautiful garden. This is one of the well located gardens in the city. It's near to Khan Market, India Habitat Center and JLN Stadium. Different kinds of people come to Lodhi Garden with different motives. Delhi Couples also like the place very much. Since this Photo-Walk was organized by Qualcomm Snapdragon group, we should also share some basic information about Sanpdragon. Snapdragon is a family of mobile system on chips (SoC) by Qualcomm. Qualcomm considers Snapdragon a platform for use in smartphones, tablets, and smartbook devices. All Snapdragon processors contain the circuitry to decode high-definition video (HD) resolution at 720p or 1080p depending on the Snapdragon chipset. Compared to System on chips from many competitors, Snapdragon SoCs have been unique in that they have had the modem for cellular communication on-die. That is, they do not require a separate external modem on the PCB. Since Snapdragon S4, the majority of S4 SoCs also features on-die WiFi, GPS/GLONASS and Bluetooth. This integration reduces the complexity and cost of the final design for the OEMs. Check out more at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Snapdragon_%28system_on_chip%29 or Qualcomm website.Apart from Mobile-Cameras, many of the Photo-Walkers were carrying DSLRs as wellIt was fun to spend 2 Hrs at Lodhi Garden with like minded folks and especially travel enthusiasts out there. On Sunday, there were many kids playing around the green lawns at Lodhi Garden.Photo-Walk ended with a breif chit-chat & a group photograph near Sikander Lodi's Tomb, which is opposite to Water Tank of Lodhi Garden. It was around 6:30 pm and everyone started moving back home.

All these photographs are shot with Nikon D200 Camera. also clicked lot of photographs with HTC DesireHD and will be share those photographs soon. 

Kunzum Travel Cafe organized this Photo-Walk with Qualcomm, where Qualomm team wanted people to try Snapdragon powered mobile-Cameras. Photowalk happened on 30th Sept at Lodhi Garden. Check out this Photo Journey to know more about the place and what all happened during the evening..Everyone gathered at Gate No 1 of Lodhi Garden which is just opposite to Weather Forecast office on Lodhi Raod. almost everyone was there at 4 pm. After getting some basic stuff to drink & eat, we moved towards the garden with different monuments inside. I have been to Lodhi Garden many times, but yesterday light was nice. First we moved towards Bada Gumbad which automatically comes first as we enter through Gate No. 1 of Lodhi Garden. After entering into the Lodhi Garden, Kunzum folks shared some Garden rules and it was great to hear those. Almost everyone knew them, but this was just to make sure that everyone follows those.All these photographs are shot with Nikon D200 Camera. also clicked lot of photographs with HTC DesireHD and will be share those photographs soon. After exploring Bara Gumbad, Sheesh Gumbad, Three domes Mosque, we moved towards the water tank.Lodi Garden is a park in Delhi, India. Spread over 90 acres which contains Mohammed Shah's Tomb, Sikander Lodi's Tomb, Sheesh Gumbad and Bara Gumbad, architectural works of the 15th century Sayyid and Lodis, a Pashtun dynasty which ruled much of Northern India during the 16th century, and the site is now protected by the Archeological Survey of India (ASI).Check out more at - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lodi_GardensTea, cold-drinks, chips and some light snacks are offered by small vendors inside the garden. It was good to see dustbins installed at reachable places, which are quite helpful in keeping the place clean.  Many families were there to celebrate weekend with their kids & family members. It was really nice to see a different type of environment in the lawns of Lodhi Garden.Many tourists also visit this beautiful garden. This is one of the well located gardens in the city. It's near to Khan Market, India Habitat Center and JLN Stadium. Different kinds of people come to Lodhi Garden with different motives. Delhi Couples also like the place very much. Since this Photo-Walk was organized by Qualcomm Snapdragon group, we should also share some basic information about Sanpdragon. Snapdragon is a family of mobile system on chips (SoC) by Qualcomm. Qualcomm considers Snapdragon a platform for use in smartphones, tablets, and smartbook devices. All Snapdragon processors contain the circuitry to decode high-definition video (HD) resolution at 720p or 1080p depending on the Snapdragon chipset. Compared to System on chips from many competitors, Snapdragon SoCs have been unique in that they have had the modem for cellular communication on-die. That is, they do not require a separate external modem on the PCB. Since Snapdragon S4, the majority of S4 SoCs also features on-die WiFi, GPS/GLONASS and Bluetooth. This integration reduces the complexity and cost of the final design for the OEMs. Check out more at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Snapdragon_%28system_on_chip%29 or Qualcomm website.Apart from Mobile-Cameras, many of the Photo-Walkers were carrying DSLRs as wellIt was fun to spend 2 Hrs at Lodhi Garden with like minded folks and especially travel enthusiasts out there. On Sunday, there were many kids playing around the green lawns at Lodhi Garden.Photo-Walk ended with a breif chit-chat & a group photograph near Sikander Lodi's Tomb, which is opposite to Water Tank of Lodhi Garden. It was around 6:30 pm and everyone started moving back home.

After exploring Bara Gumbad, Sheesh Gumbad, Three domes Mosque, we moved towards the water tank.

Lodi Garden is a park in Delhi, India. Spread over 90 acres which contains Mohammed Shah's Tomb, Sikander Lodi's Tomb, Sheesh Gumbad and Bara Gumbad, architectural works of the 15th century Sayyid and Lodis, a Pashtun dynasty which ruled much of Northern India during the 16th century, and the site is now protected by the Archeological Survey of India (ASI).


Kunzum Travel Cafe organized this Photo-Walk with Qualcomm, where Qualomm team wanted people to try Snapdragon powered mobile-Cameras. Photowalk happened on 30th Sept at Lodhi Garden. Check out this Photo Journey to know more about the place and what all happened during the evening..Everyone gathered at Gate No 1 of Lodhi Garden which is just opposite to Weather Forecast office on Lodhi Raod. almost everyone was there at 4 pm. After getting some basic stuff to drink & eat, we moved towards the garden with different monuments inside. I have been to Lodhi Garden many times, but yesterday light was nice. First we moved towards Bada Gumbad which automatically comes first as we enter through Gate No. 1 of Lodhi Garden. After entering into the Lodhi Garden, Kunzum folks shared some Garden rules and it was great to hear those. Almost everyone knew them, but this was just to make sure that everyone follows those.All these photographs are shot with Nikon D200 Camera. also clicked lot of photographs with HTC DesireHD and will be share those photographs soon. After exploring Bara Gumbad, Sheesh Gumbad, Three domes Mosque, we moved towards the water tank.Lodi Garden is a park in Delhi, India. Spread over 90 acres which contains Mohammed Shah's Tomb, Sikander Lodi's Tomb, Sheesh Gumbad and Bara Gumbad, architectural works of the 15th century Sayyid and Lodis, a Pashtun dynasty which ruled much of Northern India during the 16th century, and the site is now protected by the Archeological Survey of India (ASI).Check out more at - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lodi_GardensTea, cold-drinks, chips and some light snacks are offered by small vendors inside the garden. It was good to see dustbins installed at reachable places, which are quite helpful in keeping the place clean.  Many families were there to celebrate weekend with their kids & family members. It was really nice to see a different type of environment in the lawns of Lodhi Garden.Many tourists also visit this beautiful garden. This is one of the well located gardens in the city. It's near to Khan Market, India Habitat Center and JLN Stadium. Different kinds of people come to Lodhi Garden with different motives. Delhi Couples also like the place very much. Since this Photo-Walk was organized by Qualcomm Snapdragon group, we should also share some basic information about Sanpdragon. Snapdragon is a family of mobile system on chips (SoC) by Qualcomm. Qualcomm considers Snapdragon a platform for use in smartphones, tablets, and smartbook devices. All Snapdragon processors contain the circuitry to decode high-definition video (HD) resolution at 720p or 1080p depending on the Snapdragon chipset. Compared to System on chips from many competitors, Snapdragon SoCs have been unique in that they have had the modem for cellular communication on-die. That is, they do not require a separate external modem on the PCB. Since Snapdragon S4, the majority of S4 SoCs also features on-die WiFi, GPS/GLONASS and Bluetooth. This integration reduces the complexity and cost of the final design for the OEMs. Check out more at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Snapdragon_%28system_on_chip%29 or Qualcomm website.Apart from Mobile-Cameras, many of the Photo-Walkers were carrying DSLRs as wellIt was fun to spend 2 Hrs at Lodhi Garden with like minded folks and especially travel enthusiasts out there. On Sunday, there were many kids playing around the green lawns at Lodhi Garden.Photo-Walk ended with a breif chit-chat & a group photograph near Sikander Lodi's Tomb, which is opposite to Water Tank of Lodhi Garden. It was around 6:30 pm and everyone started moving back home.

Tea, cold-drinks, chips and some light snacks are offered by small vendors inside the garden. It was good to see dustbins installed at reachable places, which are quite helpful in keeping the place clean.  Many families were there to celebrate weekend with their kids & family members. It was really nice to see a different type of environment in the lawns of Lodhi Garden.

Kunzum Travel Cafe organized this Photo-Walk with Qualcomm, where Qualomm team wanted people to try Snapdragon powered mobile-Cameras. Photowalk happened on 30th Sept at Lodhi Garden. Check out this Photo Journey to know more about the place and what all happened during the evening..Everyone gathered at Gate No 1 of Lodhi Garden which is just opposite to Weather Forecast office on Lodhi Raod. almost everyone was there at 4 pm. After getting some basic stuff to drink & eat, we moved towards the garden with different monuments inside. I have been to Lodhi Garden many times, but yesterday light was nice. First we moved towards Bada Gumbad which automatically comes first as we enter through Gate No. 1 of Lodhi Garden. After entering into the Lodhi Garden, Kunzum folks shared some Garden rules and it was great to hear those. Almost everyone knew them, but this was just to make sure that everyone follows those.All these photographs are shot with Nikon D200 Camera. also clicked lot of photographs with HTC DesireHD and will be share those photographs soon. After exploring Bara Gumbad, Sheesh Gumbad, Three domes Mosque, we moved towards the water tank.Lodi Garden is a park in Delhi, India. Spread over 90 acres which contains Mohammed Shah's Tomb, Sikander Lodi's Tomb, Sheesh Gumbad and Bara Gumbad, architectural works of the 15th century Sayyid and Lodis, a Pashtun dynasty which ruled much of Northern India during the 16th century, and the site is now protected by the Archeological Survey of India (ASI).Check out more at - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lodi_GardensTea, cold-drinks, chips and some light snacks are offered by small vendors inside the garden. It was good to see dustbins installed at reachable places, which are quite helpful in keeping the place clean.  Many families were there to celebrate weekend with their kids & family members. It was really nice to see a different type of environment in the lawns of Lodhi Garden.Many tourists also visit this beautiful garden. This is one of the well located gardens in the city. It's near to Khan Market, India Habitat Center and JLN Stadium. Different kinds of people come to Lodhi Garden with different motives. Delhi Couples also like the place very much. Since this Photo-Walk was organized by Qualcomm Snapdragon group, we should also share some basic information about Sanpdragon. Snapdragon is a family of mobile system on chips (SoC) by Qualcomm. Qualcomm considers Snapdragon a platform for use in smartphones, tablets, and smartbook devices. All Snapdragon processors contain the circuitry to decode high-definition video (HD) resolution at 720p or 1080p depending on the Snapdragon chipset. Compared to System on chips from many competitors, Snapdragon SoCs have been unique in that they have had the modem for cellular communication on-die. That is, they do not require a separate external modem on the PCB. Since Snapdragon S4, the majority of S4 SoCs also features on-die WiFi, GPS/GLONASS and Bluetooth. This integration reduces the complexity and cost of the final design for the OEMs. Check out more at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Snapdragon_%28system_on_chip%29 or Qualcomm website.Apart from Mobile-Cameras, many of the Photo-Walkers were carrying DSLRs as wellIt was fun to spend 2 Hrs at Lodhi Garden with like minded folks and especially travel enthusiasts out there. On Sunday, there were many kids playing around the green lawns at Lodhi Garden.Photo-Walk ended with a breif chit-chat & a group photograph near Sikander Lodi's Tomb, which is opposite to Water Tank of Lodhi Garden. It was around 6:30 pm and everyone started moving back home.

Many tourists also visit this beautiful garden. This is one of the well located gardens in the city. It's near to Khan Market, India Habitat Center and JLN Stadium. 

Kunzum Travel Cafe organized this Photo-Walk with Qualcomm, where Qualomm team wanted people to try Snapdragon powered mobile-Cameras. Photowalk happened on 30th Sept at Lodhi Garden. Check out this Photo Journey to know more about the place and what all happened during the evening..Everyone gathered at Gate No 1 of Lodhi Garden which is just opposite to Weather Forecast office on Lodhi Raod. almost everyone was there at 4 pm. After getting some basic stuff to drink & eat, we moved towards the garden with different monuments inside. I have been to Lodhi Garden many times, but yesterday light was nice. First we moved towards Bada Gumbad which automatically comes first as we enter through Gate No. 1 of Lodhi Garden. After entering into the Lodhi Garden, Kunzum folks shared some Garden rules and it was great to hear those. Almost everyone knew them, but this was just to make sure that everyone follows those.All these photographs are shot with Nikon D200 Camera. also clicked lot of photographs with HTC DesireHD and will be share those photographs soon. After exploring Bara Gumbad, Sheesh Gumbad, Three domes Mosque, we moved towards the water tank.Lodi Garden is a park in Delhi, India. Spread over 90 acres which contains Mohammed Shah's Tomb, Sikander Lodi's Tomb, Sheesh Gumbad and Bara Gumbad, architectural works of the 15th century Sayyid and Lodis, a Pashtun dynasty which ruled much of Northern India during the 16th century, and the site is now protected by the Archeological Survey of India (ASI).Check out more at - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lodi_GardensTea, cold-drinks, chips and some light snacks are offered by small vendors inside the garden. It was good to see dustbins installed at reachable places, which are quite helpful in keeping the place clean.  Many families were there to celebrate weekend with their kids & family members. It was really nice to see a different type of environment in the lawns of Lodhi Garden.Many tourists also visit this beautiful garden. This is one of the well located gardens in the city. It's near to Khan Market, India Habitat Center and JLN Stadium. Different kinds of people come to Lodhi Garden with different motives. Delhi Couples also like the place very much. Since this Photo-Walk was organized by Qualcomm Snapdragon group, we should also share some basic information about Sanpdragon. Snapdragon is a family of mobile system on chips (SoC) by Qualcomm. Qualcomm considers Snapdragon a platform for use in smartphones, tablets, and smartbook devices. All Snapdragon processors contain the circuitry to decode high-definition video (HD) resolution at 720p or 1080p depending on the Snapdragon chipset. Compared to System on chips from many competitors, Snapdragon SoCs have been unique in that they have had the modem for cellular communication on-die. That is, they do not require a separate external modem on the PCB. Since Snapdragon S4, the majority of S4 SoCs also features on-die WiFi, GPS/GLONASS and Bluetooth. This integration reduces the complexity and cost of the final design for the OEMs. Check out more at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Snapdragon_%28system_on_chip%29 or Qualcomm website.Apart from Mobile-Cameras, many of the Photo-Walkers were carrying DSLRs as wellIt was fun to spend 2 Hrs at Lodhi Garden with like minded folks and especially travel enthusiasts out there. On Sunday, there were many kids playing around the green lawns at Lodhi Garden.Photo-Walk ended with a breif chit-chat & a group photograph near Sikander Lodi's Tomb, which is opposite to Water Tank of Lodhi Garden. It was around 6:30 pm and everyone started moving back home.

Different kinds of people come to Lodhi Garden with different motives. Delhi Couples also like the place very much. 

Kunzum Travel Cafe organized this Photo-Walk with Qualcomm, where Qualomm team wanted people to try Snapdragon powered mobile-Cameras. Photowalk happened on 30th Sept at Lodhi Garden. Check out this Photo Journey to know more about the place and what all happened during the evening..Everyone gathered at Gate No 1 of Lodhi Garden which is just opposite to Weather Forecast office on Lodhi Raod. almost everyone was there at 4 pm. After getting some basic stuff to drink & eat, we moved towards the garden with different monuments inside. I have been to Lodhi Garden many times, but yesterday light was nice. First we moved towards Bada Gumbad which automatically comes first as we enter through Gate No. 1 of Lodhi Garden. After entering into the Lodhi Garden, Kunzum folks shared some Garden rules and it was great to hear those. Almost everyone knew them, but this was just to make sure that everyone follows those.All these photographs are shot with Nikon D200 Camera. also clicked lot of photographs with HTC DesireHD and will be share those photographs soon. After exploring Bara Gumbad, Sheesh Gumbad, Three domes Mosque, we moved towards the water tank.Lodi Garden is a park in Delhi, India. Spread over 90 acres which contains Mohammed Shah's Tomb, Sikander Lodi's Tomb, Sheesh Gumbad and Bara Gumbad, architectural works of the 15th century Sayyid and Lodis, a Pashtun dynasty which ruled much of Northern India during the 16th century, and the site is now protected by the Archeological Survey of India (ASI).Check out more at - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lodi_GardensTea, cold-drinks, chips and some light snacks are offered by small vendors inside the garden. It was good to see dustbins installed at reachable places, which are quite helpful in keeping the place clean.  Many families were there to celebrate weekend with their kids & family members. It was really nice to see a different type of environment in the lawns of Lodhi Garden.Many tourists also visit this beautiful garden. This is one of the well located gardens in the city. It's near to Khan Market, India Habitat Center and JLN Stadium. Different kinds of people come to Lodhi Garden with different motives. Delhi Couples also like the place very much. Since this Photo-Walk was organized by Qualcomm Snapdragon group, we should also share some basic information about Sanpdragon. Snapdragon is a family of mobile system on chips (SoC) by Qualcomm. Qualcomm considers Snapdragon a platform for use in smartphones, tablets, and smartbook devices. All Snapdragon processors contain the circuitry to decode high-definition video (HD) resolution at 720p or 1080p depending on the Snapdragon chipset. Compared to System on chips from many competitors, Snapdragon SoCs have been unique in that they have had the modem for cellular communication on-die. That is, they do not require a separate external modem on the PCB. Since Snapdragon S4, the majority of S4 SoCs also features on-die WiFi, GPS/GLONASS and Bluetooth. This integration reduces the complexity and cost of the final design for the OEMs. Check out more at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Snapdragon_%28system_on_chip%29 or Qualcomm website.Apart from Mobile-Cameras, many of the Photo-Walkers were carrying DSLRs as wellIt was fun to spend 2 Hrs at Lodhi Garden with like minded folks and especially travel enthusiasts out there. On Sunday, there were many kids playing around the green lawns at Lodhi Garden.Photo-Walk ended with a breif chit-chat & a group photograph near Sikander Lodi's Tomb, which is opposite to Water Tank of Lodhi Garden. It was around 6:30 pm and everyone started moving back home.

Since this Photo-Walk was organized by Qualcomm Snapdragon group, we should also share some basic information about Sanpdragon. Snapdragon is a family of mobile system on chips (SoC) by Qualcomm. Qualcomm considers Snapdragon a platform for use in smartphones, tablets, and smartbook devices. All Snapdragon processors contain the circuitry to decode high-definition video (HD) resolution at 720p or 1080p depending on the Snapdragon chipset. Compared to System on chips from many competitors, Snapdragon SoCs have been unique in that they have had the modem for cellular communication on-die. That is, they do not require a separate external modem on the PCB. Since Snapdragon S4, the majority of S4 SoCs also features on-die WiFi, GPS/GLONASS and Bluetooth. This integration reduces the complexity and cost of the final design for the OEMs. 

Check out more at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Snapdragon_%28system_on_chip%29 or Qualcomm website.

Kunzum Travel Cafe organized this Photo-Walk with Qualcomm, where Qualomm team wanted people to try Snapdragon powered mobile-Cameras. Photowalk happened on 30th Sept at Lodhi Garden. Check out this Photo Journey to know more about the place and what all happened during the evening..Everyone gathered at Gate No 1 of Lodhi Garden which is just opposite to Weather Forecast office on Lodhi Raod. almost everyone was there at 4 pm. After getting some basic stuff to drink & eat, we moved towards the garden with different monuments inside. I have been to Lodhi Garden many times, but yesterday light was nice. First we moved towards Bada Gumbad which automatically comes first as we enter through Gate No. 1 of Lodhi Garden. After entering into the Lodhi Garden, Kunzum folks shared some Garden rules and it was great to hear those. Almost everyone knew them, but this was just to make sure that everyone follows those.All these photographs are shot with Nikon D200 Camera. also clicked lot of photographs with HTC DesireHD and will be share those photographs soon. After exploring Bara Gumbad, Sheesh Gumbad, Three domes Mosque, we moved towards the water tank.Lodi Garden is a park in Delhi, India. Spread over 90 acres which contains Mohammed Shah's Tomb, Sikander Lodi's Tomb, Sheesh Gumbad and Bara Gumbad, architectural works of the 15th century Sayyid and Lodis, a Pashtun dynasty which ruled much of Northern India during the 16th century, and the site is now protected by the Archeological Survey of India (ASI).Check out more at - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lodi_GardensTea, cold-drinks, chips and some light snacks are offered by small vendors inside the garden. It was good to see dustbins installed at reachable places, which are quite helpful in keeping the place clean.  Many families were there to celebrate weekend with their kids & family members. It was really nice to see a different type of environment in the lawns of Lodhi Garden.Many tourists also visit this beautiful garden. This is one of the well located gardens in the city. It's near to Khan Market, India Habitat Center and JLN Stadium. Different kinds of people come to Lodhi Garden with different motives. Delhi Couples also like the place very much. Since this Photo-Walk was organized by Qualcomm Snapdragon group, we should also share some basic information about Sanpdragon. Snapdragon is a family of mobile system on chips (SoC) by Qualcomm. Qualcomm considers Snapdragon a platform for use in smartphones, tablets, and smartbook devices. All Snapdragon processors contain the circuitry to decode high-definition video (HD) resolution at 720p or 1080p depending on the Snapdragon chipset. Compared to System on chips from many competitors, Snapdragon SoCs have been unique in that they have had the modem for cellular communication on-die. That is, they do not require a separate external modem on the PCB. Since Snapdragon S4, the majority of S4 SoCs also features on-die WiFi, GPS/GLONASS and Bluetooth. This integration reduces the complexity and cost of the final design for the OEMs. Check out more at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Snapdragon_%28system_on_chip%29 or Qualcomm website.Apart from Mobile-Cameras, many of the Photo-Walkers were carrying DSLRs as wellIt was fun to spend 2 Hrs at Lodhi Garden with like minded folks and especially travel enthusiasts out there. On Sunday, there were many kids playing around the green lawns at Lodhi Garden.Photo-Walk ended with a breif chit-chat & a group photograph near Sikander Lodi's Tomb, which is opposite to Water Tank of Lodhi Garden. It was around 6:30 pm and everyone started moving back home.

Apart from Mobile-Cameras, many of the Photo-Walkers were carrying DSLRs as well.

Kunzum Travel Cafe organized this Photo-Walk with Qualcomm, where Qualomm team wanted people to try Snapdragon powered mobile-Cameras. Photowalk happened on 30th Sept at Lodhi Garden. Check out this Photo Journey to know more about the place and what all happened during the evening..Everyone gathered at Gate No 1 of Lodhi Garden which is just opposite to Weather Forecast office on Lodhi Raod. almost everyone was there at 4 pm. After getting some basic stuff to drink & eat, we moved towards the garden with different monuments inside. I have been to Lodhi Garden many times, but yesterday light was nice. First we moved towards Bada Gumbad which automatically comes first as we enter through Gate No. 1 of Lodhi Garden. After entering into the Lodhi Garden, Kunzum folks shared some Garden rules and it was great to hear those. Almost everyone knew them, but this was just to make sure that everyone follows those.All these photographs are shot with Nikon D200 Camera. also clicked lot of photographs with HTC DesireHD and will be share those photographs soon. After exploring Bara Gumbad, Sheesh Gumbad, Three domes Mosque, we moved towards the water tank.Lodi Garden is a park in Delhi, India. Spread over 90 acres which contains Mohammed Shah's Tomb, Sikander Lodi's Tomb, Sheesh Gumbad and Bara Gumbad, architectural works of the 15th century Sayyid and Lodis, a Pashtun dynasty which ruled much of Northern India during the 16th century, and the site is now protected by the Archeological Survey of India (ASI).Check out more at - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lodi_GardensTea, cold-drinks, chips and some light snacks are offered by small vendors inside the garden. It was good to see dustbins installed at reachable places, which are quite helpful in keeping the place clean.  Many families were there to celebrate weekend with their kids & family members. It was really nice to see a different type of environment in the lawns of Lodhi Garden.Many tourists also visit this beautiful garden. This is one of the well located gardens in the city. It's near to Khan Market, India Habitat Center and JLN Stadium. Different kinds of people come to Lodhi Garden with different motives. Delhi Couples also like the place very much. Since this Photo-Walk was organized by Qualcomm Snapdragon group, we should also share some basic information about Sanpdragon. Snapdragon is a family of mobile system on chips (SoC) by Qualcomm. Qualcomm considers Snapdragon a platform for use in smartphones, tablets, and smartbook devices. All Snapdragon processors contain the circuitry to decode high-definition video (HD) resolution at 720p or 1080p depending on the Snapdragon chipset. Compared to System on chips from many competitors, Snapdragon SoCs have been unique in that they have had the modem for cellular communication on-die. That is, they do not require a separate external modem on the PCB. Since Snapdragon S4, the majority of S4 SoCs also features on-die WiFi, GPS/GLONASS and Bluetooth. This integration reduces the complexity and cost of the final design for the OEMs. Check out more at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Snapdragon_%28system_on_chip%29 or Qualcomm website.Apart from Mobile-Cameras, many of the Photo-Walkers were carrying DSLRs as wellIt was fun to spend 2 Hrs at Lodhi Garden with like minded folks and especially travel enthusiasts out there. On Sunday, there were many kids playing around the green lawns at Lodhi Garden.Photo-Walk ended with a breif chit-chat & a group photograph near Sikander Lodi's Tomb, which is opposite to Water Tank of Lodhi Garden. It was around 6:30 pm and everyone started moving back home.

It was fun to spend 2 Hrs at Lodhi Garden with like minded folks and especially travel enthusiasts out there. On Sunday, there were many kids playing around the green lawns at Lodhi Garden.

Kunzum Travel Cafe organized this Photo-Walk with Qualcomm, where Qualomm team wanted people to try Snapdragon powered mobile-Cameras. Photowalk happened on 30th Sept at Lodhi Garden. Check out this Photo Journey to know more about the place and what all happened during the evening..Everyone gathered at Gate No 1 of Lodhi Garden which is just opposite to Weather Forecast office on Lodhi Raod. almost everyone was there at 4 pm. After getting some basic stuff to drink & eat, we moved towards the garden with different monuments inside. I have been to Lodhi Garden many times, but yesterday light was nice. First we moved towards Bada Gumbad which automatically comes first as we enter through Gate No. 1 of Lodhi Garden. After entering into the Lodhi Garden, Kunzum folks shared some Garden rules and it was great to hear those. Almost everyone knew them, but this was just to make sure that everyone follows those.All these photographs are shot with Nikon D200 Camera. also clicked lot of photographs with HTC DesireHD and will be share those photographs soon. After exploring Bara Gumbad, Sheesh Gumbad, Three domes Mosque, we moved towards the water tank.Lodi Garden is a park in Delhi, India. Spread over 90 acres which contains Mohammed Shah's Tomb, Sikander Lodi's Tomb, Sheesh Gumbad and Bara Gumbad, architectural works of the 15th century Sayyid and Lodis, a Pashtun dynasty which ruled much of Northern India during the 16th century, and the site is now protected by the Archeological Survey of India (ASI).Check out more at - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lodi_GardensTea, cold-drinks, chips and some light snacks are offered by small vendors inside the garden. It was good to see dustbins installed at reachable places, which are quite helpful in keeping the place clean.  Many families were there to celebrate weekend with their kids & family members. It was really nice to see a different type of environment in the lawns of Lodhi Garden.Many tourists also visit this beautiful garden. This is one of the well located gardens in the city. It's near to Khan Market, India Habitat Center and JLN Stadium. Different kinds of people come to Lodhi Garden with different motives. Delhi Couples also like the place very much. Since this Photo-Walk was organized by Qualcomm Snapdragon group, we should also share some basic information about Sanpdragon. Snapdragon is a family of mobile system on chips (SoC) by Qualcomm. Qualcomm considers Snapdragon a platform for use in smartphones, tablets, and smartbook devices. All Snapdragon processors contain the circuitry to decode high-definition video (HD) resolution at 720p or 1080p depending on the Snapdragon chipset. Compared to System on chips from many competitors, Snapdragon SoCs have been unique in that they have had the modem for cellular communication on-die. That is, they do not require a separate external modem on the PCB. Since Snapdragon S4, the majority of S4 SoCs also features on-die WiFi, GPS/GLONASS and Bluetooth. This integration reduces the complexity and cost of the final design for the OEMs. Check out more at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Snapdragon_%28system_on_chip%29 or Qualcomm website.Apart from Mobile-Cameras, many of the Photo-Walkers were carrying DSLRs as wellIt was fun to spend 2 Hrs at Lodhi Garden with like minded folks and especially travel enthusiasts out there. On Sunday, there were many kids playing around the green lawns at Lodhi Garden.Photo-Walk ended with a breif chit-chat & a group photograph near Sikander Lodi's Tomb, which is opposite to Water Tank of Lodhi Garden. It was around 6:30 pm and everyone started moving back home.

Photo-Walk ended with a breif chit-chat & a group photograph near Sikander Lodi's Tomb, which is opposite to Water Tank of Lodhi Garden. It was around 6:30 pm and everyone started moving back home.

Kunzum Travel Cafe organized this Photo-Walk with Qualcomm, where Qualomm team wanted people to try Snapdragon powered mobile-Cameras. Photowalk happened on 30th Sept at Lodhi Garden. Check out this Photo Journey to know more about the place and what all happened during the evening..Everyone gathered at Gate No 1 of Lodhi Garden which is just opposite to Weather Forecast office on Lodhi Raod. almost everyone was there at 4 pm. After getting some basic stuff to drink & eat, we moved towards the garden with different monuments inside. I have been to Lodhi Garden many times, but yesterday light was nice. First we moved towards Bada Gumbad which automatically comes first as we enter through Gate No. 1 of Lodhi Garden. After entering into the Lodhi Garden, Kunzum folks shared some Garden rules and it was great to hear those. Almost everyone knew them, but this was just to make sure that everyone follows those.All these photographs are shot with Nikon D200 Camera. also clicked lot of photographs with HTC DesireHD and will be share those photographs soon. After exploring Bara Gumbad, Sheesh Gumbad, Three domes Mosque, we moved towards the water tank.Lodi Garden is a park in Delhi, India. Spread over 90 acres which contains Mohammed Shah's Tomb, Sikander Lodi's Tomb, Sheesh Gumbad and Bara Gumbad, architectural works of the 15th century Sayyid and Lodis, a Pashtun dynasty which ruled much of Northern India during the 16th century, and the site is now protected by the Archeological Survey of India (ASI).Check out more at - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lodi_GardensTea, cold-drinks, chips and some light snacks are offered by small vendors inside the garden. It was good to see dustbins installed at reachable places, which are quite helpful in keeping the place clean.  Many families were there to celebrate weekend with their kids & family members. It was really nice to see a different type of environment in the lawns of Lodhi Garden.Many tourists also visit this beautiful garden. This is one of the well located gardens in the city. It's near to Khan Market, India Habitat Center and JLN Stadium. Different kinds of people come to Lodhi Garden with different motives. Delhi Couples also like the place very much. Since this Photo-Walk was organized by Qualcomm Snapdragon group, we should also share some basic information about Sanpdragon. Snapdragon is a family of mobile system on chips (SoC) by Qualcomm. Qualcomm considers Snapdragon a platform for use in smartphones, tablets, and smartbook devices. All Snapdragon processors contain the circuitry to decode high-definition video (HD) resolution at 720p or 1080p depending on the Snapdragon chipset. Compared to System on chips from many competitors, Snapdragon SoCs have been unique in that they have had the modem for cellular communication on-die. That is, they do not require a separate external modem on the PCB. Since Snapdragon S4, the majority of S4 SoCs also features on-die WiFi, GPS/GLONASS and Bluetooth. This integration reduces the complexity and cost of the final design for the OEMs. Check out more at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Snapdragon_%28system_on_chip%29 or Qualcomm website.Apart from Mobile-Cameras, many of the Photo-Walkers were carrying DSLRs as wellIt was fun to spend 2 Hrs at Lodhi Garden with like minded folks and especially travel enthusiasts out there. On Sunday, there were many kids playing around the green lawns at Lodhi Garden.Photo-Walk ended with a breif chit-chat & a group photograph near Sikander Lodi's Tomb, which is opposite to Water Tank of Lodhi Garden. It was around 6:30 pm and everyone started moving back home. 
More Photographs are yet to come from this Photo-Walk !

5 comments:

Arvind Passey said...

Quite instinctive picture taking... love your eye for the right moment. Need to learn some tech tips on photography from you soon.

Arvind passey
www.passey.info

VJ Sharma said...

Thanks Arvind Sir !

Weather is good these days, so we can plan a Photo Walk during the weekends.

Regards,
VJ

shilpi3005 said...

I never visited Lodhi Garden till date, but will certainly do after seeing these pics.. :-)

Rohan Singhs Blog said...

Great Photography ! Please do inform me whenever you plan a photo walk.. I'd love to tag along :-)

VJ Sharma said...

Shilpi/Rohan - Just follow us on https://www.facebook.com/travellingcamera .. This is the place where we are planning to announce a photo-walk soon !

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