All lighted up

Bahrain’s all lighted up for the last few weeks. While it is the traditional holiday season in the Western world, Bahrain has its own celebrations. The festive season in Bahrain starts from December 16, which is the National Day. This is followed the next day by the anniversary of His Majesty King Hamad’s accession to…

Farewell, another year!

This week, as I complete four years of blogging and sharing thoughts, pictures and moments with thousands across the world, I look back to April 2013 when I wrote online for the first time. In the beginning, I thought this blog would be a platform to express an opinion, show off some pictures and, perhaps,…

Colour – by evening

A Bahrain sunset is always special. And, if it’s winter, even more so! This evening wasn’t any different. Even it meant parking on the emergency lane of a high-speed highway and clicking away, it was worth the while. The cloud formation, the buildings and the sun about to set made for a phenomenal sight!

Prayer Power

A high point during our five-day trip to Sikkim was coming across Buddhist prayer flags as well as prayer wheels everywhere we went. While prayer wheels are there only within the scores of monasteries that dot the landscape, it is the (mostly) white and colourful prayer flags that make the area seem very serene and…