Wordless Wednesday-1

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  1. It is so majestic, Deeps! Love it! It also reminds me of the Padmanabhaswamy Temple in Trivandrum.

    D: Oh yes, the Ananthashayanam posture of Lord Vishnu! It does remind me too now since you’ve mentioned it. Its been ages since I’ve visited the kshetram, Smits!

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      1. And I went there when I was in college :). I remember my valiachan was with us and he had taken us to a hall where Swati Tirunaal apparently used to compose his kritis during his reign. I had sung a keerthanam there just to get a feeling. It was a magical feeling, Smits..cant express it in words πŸ™‚

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          1. I second Saksh πŸ™‚ Please, please, please upload a song of yours!

            Deeps, you learnt Carnatic music too? Me too – but at that time I wanted to learn dance more than music 😦 And now I wish I could learn again.

            D: There I find another similarity between us :). I too was more interested in dance than music.But when I started learning dance, I realized I was never a good dancer. So left it midway and pursued my carnatic lessons. I do wish I had pursued my music more passionately though. I’m hoping Namnam would show some inclination towards it, so I can give my music books to her πŸ™‚

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            1. So when’s the song coming up… wow!! keerthanam πŸ™‚ ..swati tirunaal:), when will I make it to Chennai and arounds in Nov-Dec..sigh!! sigh!!

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              1. Girls,I’m totally out of practice, so much so that if I sing now you’d probably wish you had not asked me in the first place πŸ˜€

                But I’ll sing for you when we meet up..thats a promise πŸ™‚ . *off to give some exercise to my dormant vocal chords* πŸ˜€

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  2. bangkog or malyasia? there is a sleeping budha like this in both the places

    D: Bangkok, sweets! It was truly captivating! The sculpture is the oldest in Bangkok. Apparently its older than the city itself.

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  3. One more addition to wordless wednesday!

    D: I had to join in, Sandhya..it was too tempting to resist πŸ™‚

    This one is beautiful. I am seeing this photograph for the first time.

    D: This is a Reclining Buddha. Its about 46meter long and 15meter high. Huge,no??

    I have seen both Anantha Padmanaabhaswami and Srirangam Perumal in this posture. Really beautiful, Deepu. Thank you.

    D: Your welcome, Sandhya πŸ™‚

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  4. Welcome to the WW club Dipsy πŸ™‚

    D: I had to jump the bandwagon, Saksh..you guys didnt give me an option with all those breathtaking pics of yours πŸ™‚

    When did you guys visit Bangkok? Did you get to try all their famous street food?

    D: We went there in 2008..a few months before I started blogging :). Oh yes, I relish Thai cuisine and one of the reasons we went there was to get an authentic experience :). The other reason was the temples which I had heard so much about. And have to say each one was an amazing experience in itself πŸ™‚

    This is a such a classic pose. One that I won’t mind being in throughout the day πŸ˜‰

    Will be eagerly waiting for all your WW snaps….yay!!!!

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  5. Ohh..hey.. I’ve been there..deja vu.. years and years ago.. just don’t remember much!! Magnificent sculpture though πŸ™‚
    Hey, u and Smitha in a conspiracy to share the same theme or what?
    πŸ™‚

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