June 02, 2012

And, There Was Light



Sabarmati, Gujarat.


Here, Kasturba Gandhi lived.


22 comments:

Raji Muthukrishnan said...

Excellent photo, and the heading no less.

Vineeta Yashswi said...

What a amazing shot...

Anil P said...

Raji Muthukrishnan: Thank you.

Vineeta Yashswi: Thanks.

Anuradha Shankar said...

wow!!! lovely shot, but even more wonderful, the line!! love it!

Anonymous said...

I have been around for a whilst now, i think about myself a loyal reader. Just thought i would let you know!

imonpurple said...

Love the picture!

Anil P said...

Anuradha Shankar: Thank you.

Imonpurple: Thanks. Shadows accentuate light to retain their own mystery.

Rathina Sankari said...

Such an amazing shot....Words go with the picture completely

I have included your blog to my list.

Its worth a read. Simple daily route destinations too are described with complete information and that makes it different

Anil T said...

A speck of light is enough to defeat the darkness Struggle of light to hide darkness is in vain -Anil T

Anil P said...

Rathina Sankari: Thank you. Nice to know you liked the post. Thanks for the inclusion.

AnilT: Thank you. True, light's struggle with darkness is an all enduring metaphor. Sometimes darkness triumphs, but mostly light does.

An Iengar Chick .... said...

Simply awesome

radha said...

The picture and the title says it all.

Riot Kitty said...

So spartan, just amazing.

Susie Swanson said...

Amazing shot and thank you for the nice comments on mine and I'm your new follower..Susie

TALON said...

Can you imagine having only those bars to look through? Incredible.

austere said...

No words.

lgsquirrel said...

Beautiful. You are a true artist.

Niranjana (Brown Paper) said...

very moving.

Anil P said...

Red: Thank you.

Radha: Thanks.

Riot Kitty: Thank you.

Susie Swanson: Thank you.

Talon: Difficult to imagine.
This was Kasturba Gandhi's room in Hriday Kunj, where she and her husband, Mahatma Gandhi, lived on the banks of the Sabarmati river.

Austere: :-)

Lgsquirrel: Thank you. Merely an identifier of Art, not a creator.

Niranjana: Thank you.

Shyamanga said...

Simply arresting!

Di said...

How did I lose track of your blog??? It's in my google reader now. I love this image.

saurabh rath said...

Nice