Friday, 30 September 2011
Mostly this time of the year I use to busy with my professional work (exhibition / event designing). Working season start from August and End in the month of March. Hardly get time for my won during this period. . .So, whenever I move I use to keep my Cam with me and whatever I like I love to capture it . . . and share with my friends . . .here is few random clicks for my friends . . .
Wednesday, 28 September 2011
Tuesday, 27 September 2011
I found all these trees are in the middle of full greenery . . its attract me a lot. They alone faded but still stand high with a shape . . .and the day light is going down, its look more attractive to me. So, I thought I should not waste my time should capture all the moment with them . . .so this album is created . . .
Monday, 26 September 2011
Durga Puja is the biggest festival in Bengal and Bengali . This is also known as Dussehra and Navaratri in other parts of India. Durga is the Goddess of divine power against all evils. The story goes that Mahisasur, the Buffalo Demon, through years of praying, received blessing from Lord Brahma, that no power can kill him which means he is invincible. But once gaining this power he started ravaging the whole world and killing people. And finally he wanted to uproot the Gods too. The Gods, in dismay, combined their powers to create a beautiful maiden, and each placed his or her most potent weapon in one of her ten hands riding a lion. Her return in each year in the Bengali month of Aswin (September-October) commemorates Rama's invocation of the goddess Durga before he went into battle with Ravana. The traditional image of the Bengali Durga follows the iconographic injunctions of the Shastras. It is similar to the Durga of Aihole and of Mahabalipuram (seventh century). The tableau of Durga with her four children - Kartik, Ganesh, Saraswati and Lakshmi, representing respectively the Protector, the Initiator of the puja, Knowledge and the Provider - signifies the complete manifestation of the goddess.