Nice font. Did Steve Jobs learn this font during his hippie days in India. :) Riot of colours. One can find so much colour in everyday life. Sabyasachi
Varanasi is so colourful. Every nook and corner flashes spectacular hues.
I am coming on 25th February . Thanks for welcoming me in advance.
Have a wonderful stay!
This picture is inviting me to the city of salvation right away! Wonderful teaser!
Thanks Arti. Head there soon!
Charming!Watch out for Delhi in Spring -http://renuka-mytraveldiary.blogspot.in/2013/02/beautiful-spring-in-delhi.html
Glad you liked it.
lovely image to start off with!!! waiting to see the rest!! benares is a city i have been to, twice... and would love to visit again!
Thanks Anu. I just loved Varanasi, can't wait to head there again.
Wow! Kashi? Would love to read more on it!
:), Yeah, was in Kashi for a few days.
Hmm...interesting picture. It has a lot to say. I'm looking forward to the Maha Kumbhmela post(s). Up already?
Thanks Divya. Kumbh posts are yet to come. :) Will update soon.
Cool image . Quite inviting .
This is where East meets West...Varanasi is one place I've been planning for a long time...!
The city of salvation! Head there soon.
First I thought they are 2 pics! I loved the lower door. Riot of colors everywhere in India.I have never been to 'Benares', your photo is inviting me to do so. P.S.- Can you pls enable the Name/URL option for commenting ? Nisha - Le Monde-A Poetic Travail
It is such a wonderful place. You will never feel like leaving. Shall check on the options.
Ah Banaras !!! My favorite city ! How I love it and wish it never changes. You brought the right mood with this photograph :)
Thank you. Glad that you liked it.
beautiful welcome message... and nice photosthanks
I wish I could color my own house like this photo.
:), That would be one colourful house.
Nice color contrasts.
Wow..The rustic colors speak thousand of words about the city.
Very much. I second that.
Waiting for more!
Very interesting. Did you go there for performing any religious rites?
Thank you. I had been to Varanasi as a part of my visit to Kumbh mela. Did not perform any religious rites.
Brilliant! Love that 'Tchai' shop :-)