About Happy Feet

Happy Feet is not a travel guide. It is my Photologue. You won't get a hotel review or a trip itinerary here. For that I am very much active on other forums. But if you have some time to kill or just want to snoop into someone else's diary then you are most welcome to Happyfeet ­čÖé While writing I have already imagined you over a cup of coffee! Coz, sharing makes the memories long lasting! I am an Indian photography enthusiast who did not travel much until 2008 and since then did not stay at home much! My two interests 'Travel' and 'Photography' keep supplying me the essential oxygen. Lucky to get a partner in crime as well. My photos and stories were featured by National Geographic Traveller (India), National Geographic yourshot, Airasia, 121clicks, Makemytrip and FotoclockByEpson. My work has been also exhibited in Hyderabad Art Festival.

Latest Stories

In search of a lost Empire- Hampi

It was winter 2014 and I was on full travel spree due to the pleasant weather. How about Hampi? We heard that it is a paradise for history buffs and bag packers. After our usual research on some documentaries we packed our bags and ventured out for the lost capital of Vijayanagara Empire. A glorious…

Galleries

Borobudur, Jogjakarta

Candi Borobudur (Borobudur temple) is a 9th century┬átemple in central Java. It was abandoned, found and restored several times.┬áThomas Stamford Raffles excavated it out with help of his engineers when the site became famous, now this is one of the prominent UNESCO world heritage sites.┬áThe entire site is a terrific example of engineering combined with…

The Land of Volcanoes

Just back from the heaven on earth. My dream to see a volcano looks to be suddenly coming true as I keep on hopping from one to another volcanic regions. After Jogjakarta, now this was time for Mount Bromo, Batok, Semeru, Raung and Ijen in Indonesia. They are parts of the Pacifc ring of fire,…

Rajasthan – Culture and Street

Rajasthan was always a dream destination for me and my partner in crime. Just one visit was surely not enough to cover everything. Rather I should say, no one can entirely explore Rajasthan in one lifetime.┬á So we limited this visit to street, culture and few forts. Call me 'biased' but other than India I…

Varanasi

Varanasi needs no introduction for the street and people photographers. It is called the most ancient living city on earth. Both of my visits were amazingly memorable. As I traveled down the narrow lanes or walked across the ghats (steps on the river bank) series of movie-like scenes got unfolded from dawn till dusk. Even…

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