01 April 2013

Astonishing 30 days photography tour to northern parts of India and Nepal


It was an astonishing and extravagant trip to most famous tourist places of northern parts of India. The trip was organized by an private travel agency based in Bangalore. It was an amazing experience for me, as a photographer I could visit so many places to do some street photography on some of the famous Indian streets.

We covered most famous Pilgrim, Heritage, Archeological and Hill Station places. Here is our rote map planned before we started our journey.


We started from Bangalore to Orissa and ended from Delhi to Bangalore. The transportation was pre-booked and well organized for Trains, Tourist Buses, and Flight.

Below are the major places we could cover in 30 days:

A. Bengaluru, Karnataka - Start
B. Bhubaneswar, Odisha (Orissa)
C. Kolkata, West Bengal
D. Gaya, Bihar
E. Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh
F. Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh
G. Kathmandu, Bagmati, Nepal
H. Ayodhya, Uttar Pradesh
I. Agra, Uttar Pradesh
J. Jaipur, Rajasthan
K. Delhi
L. Haridwar, Uttaranchal
M. Kedarnath, Uttaranchal
N. Badrinath, Uttaranchal
O. Delhi
P. Bengaluru, Karnataka - The End

Day 1: We took a train from Bangalore, Karnataka to Bhubaneswar, Orissa. We were about get settled in our seats, most of the cell phones started ringing around me... I got a call from my home as well, thought someone would wish for the journey, but it was a shocking news for all of us that there was earthquake happening in Bangalore... people went so panic about this and started looking for live news on their cell phones etc... but it was not a big quake... though it did quit a bit of damages.

It was a long journey to Orissa by train... :) made lots of friends at these times...

story... will be continued...



Here are some of the best shots I captured in this trip.
































My plan is to write a full blog on the 30 days journey from state to state, so please don’t go away.
I would be updating this blog every day…

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17 comments:

  1. waiting for full blog on 30 days journey

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  2. We are here for 30 days full blog...didn't go away

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  3. Thanks for waiting friends... I have a book written while I traveled, I am in process of converting the book in to a blog here.. eta will be few more days...

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  4. That's great... But don't miss photos

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  5. Hi Sathya,

    As you can see I have already uploaded 30+ highlight photos of the whole trip.

    I nearly have captured 7,000+ pictures in 30 days :)

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  6. That's great...Really want to see those

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  7. Hey Guys,

    You can get better photos from web...like google...

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  8. Hi there,

    I am not selling any of the photos on this site, I am only sharing my experiences and also all the photos those I capture while I travel. Please feel free to comment on my work :)

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  11. Hey awesome collection of photo's. I am waiting to read your 30 days experience. I would love to read about north India. Any idea when you will be able to share?

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  12. Hi Murli,

    Thanks a lot for liking the pictures.

    I have planned to write over this weekend :)

    you can follow me on Facebook for all the latest updates on my trips: https://www.facebook.com/myclicksstory

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  13. Anand,

    Waiting for the update here...

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  14. hey dude.You aked me to comment on your work .all right ..this is my comment.
    Nothing special in your photographs.One thing is, you took all these snap with good class camera and lenses.anybody can do this.do you think your photos looks fresh and innovative? Do you think you are a professional photographer? naah !!!
    Why are you wasting your time and money.?

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    1. Dear friend, I don't know who you are... But I don't worry abt money... It is my passion though if am not a professional....

      Thx

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  15. Dear Anonymous, Looks like you are resting your jobless ass doing nothing in life other than posting obnoxious comments on his blog, why don't you pay him some money instead of wasting his time replying you?

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