men holding hands
Despite having seen it a thousand times, it still draws my attention. college aged young man, holding hands or each other in a distance we accord to physical intimacy in public. it is a show of affection, but for us, we are used to women showing other women affection but frown upon men holding their friends hands.. ah well, a little cultural construction in context
Some of our travelfriends had...
Some of our travelfriends had their birthday. So we had a party in the restaurant, they even baked a special Indian birthday cake (very sweet tasting cake, but nice). A musiciamn provided some (bad) music... (on the left picture). The birthdayparty people were (picture on the right): Annemarie, Gerard and Harma.
Bangalore Statues and Structures
This statue on MG Rod Bangalore is of Rev. Ferdinand Kittel
Came to Karnataka in 1953 with Basel Mission. Comprised the Kannada-English dictionary in 1894.
Good Samaritan United Theological College.
"Lingayat Statue of Basava"
Statue of Basava: The founder of the Lingayat reform movement. Basava was born in 1131 AD. He opposed caste hierarchy and society divisions. Basava became the Prime Minister of King Bijjala’s Chalukyan empire. His ideas of social reform had a far reaching influence. He introduced religious ideas, social equality.
Thinking man with Laptop at the Millennia IT Plaza at Murphy Road Bangalore.
Suspension Bridge on National Highway No. 4, Bangalore to Chennai dedicated February 2003.
Choudia Hall is where cultural programs are held is named after the famous violinist and shaped like a violin.
ISKON Temple at Rajajinagar Bangalore