ROCK ART

 

Rock Art Plaque
Introduction to Rock Art
monastery on a rock
Monastery on a Rock
prayers in stone
Prayers in Stone
Trident and Rocks
Mountains of Rock from the Hemis Monastery

What say? Enchanted

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mukul chand

51 year old entrepreneur who has traveled extensively around the world for work and pleasure , is based in New Delhi, India. A passionate traveler born with a love for flora and fauna, is an active naturalist and amateur photographer. Here he shares his unique insight into Incredible India revealing its mysterious and exotic treasures. Writing from his heart he shares his experiences as he crisscrosses this vast and amazing land.

38 thoughts on “ROCK ART”

  1. Simply stunning. But my favorite capture is the monastery. Improbable as an idea. But there you have it. Can’t wait to hit the West coast of North America this coming August. Lots of mountain scenery there, too. And it’s about as far as I can afford to go, unfortunately. But I do have a neighbor who is from India, that is, Kerala, and he is always asking me to get on the plane to go and visit with him. He flies out at least a couple of times yearly. Maybe one day . . .

    Very nice of you to share your photos diary, Mukul.

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      1. Yes, I know. India is a huge country, comprising a variegated tapestry of topographies, climates, and peoples. Kerala would be but a very tiny sample of that variety and nothing like the region at hand.

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  2. When I saw the title, ah my eyes, I read it, cats in rock:)… Yes I am crazy with cats, but it is same for this beautiful view too… The stones fascinated me. Who writes them on stones, monks, budist monks… I wished to touch them… I wished to breath there… Thank you, took me into these photographs, Love, nia

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  3. Wow, all of these are amazing, but the one with the cuneiform prayers excites me the most!

    I was blessed to take a tour of our ancient archives room at the library of the university I recently graduated from. It was filled with old bibles and cuneiform slabs, and also papyrus scrolls kept in sealed airtight containers.

    Perfect for a geeky person like me to adore.

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