Sculpture is an art of the open air

“Sculpture is an art of the open air.
Daylight, sunlight, is necessary to it,
and for me, its best
setting and complement is nature”.
Henry Moore
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Soul-raising vibrations on stones

Pictures are taken by me from different ancient Hindu temples in India dating back to more than one thousand years. I have here published only five unique carving pictures on granite stones.

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My journey of times in stones…Past,present and future

Bengaluru city in India has two sides of the mirror. A grand tag of India’s Silicon Valley on the one side and on the other side dripped in history and architectural values. img_20180806_100621_hdr1 I firmly hold the belief that on every one hundred steps of your journey in Bengaluru you simply stumble upon with present, past and the future.



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A visit* to Kote,Venkataramana Temple,Bangalore and Tipu Sultan’s Summer palace,one could realize how history minds and not minds the gap in belief systems,architectural skills and shapes and its marvels.img_20180806_100202IMG_20180806_100014.jpg

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In fact one could  visualize here how souls are carved on to stones and woods to make it to envelope with history of time.  (Select pictures clicked by  me are presented here.)


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* (Kote Venkataramana Temple, Bangalore – Tipu Sultan’s Summer Palace – img_20180806_102301_hdr


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Nature’s signature

Whenever I click my camera button the following quotes echoes in to my mind.

“Photograph is a picture painted by the sun without instruction in art” Ambrose Bierce.

“Photography is the story I fail to put into words.” Destin Sparks


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