Kalan Masjid

Reflection


Kalan Masjid
Kalan Masjid, Chandni Chowk

The Kalan Masjid lies close to Raziya Sultan’s Tomb. A rather quiet place, somewhere inside a very crowded Bazaar. Built in 1387 by Feroz Shah Tughlaq, it is one of the oldest Mosques in Delhi.

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This post is part of, what appears to be, a series of short, sometimes confusing, posts.

Writing Challenge : Just Do It
Photo Challenge : Reflections
The Unsung Hero

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kasturika

Stories, places, hobbies, musings, maybe the odd poem... Hopefully, all these seemingly random pieces will fit together one day to reveal the grand mosaic that the cosmic universe has planned for me.

9 thoughts on “Reflection”

  1. Beautiful, Kasturika. I love the framing, the lighting, and the “texture.” I also like how you knocked out two challenges in one. 🙂
    Interesting how the reflection is more beautiful than the reality. Of course, that is my own perception,but it is an interesting concept. Can we reflect ourselves better than “reality”?

    1. I looked at the picture from your perspective – and I realised something – the reflection not only looks more beautiful, but also reveals more than what we see as reality in this picture!

      Thank you for your appreciation 🙂 I’m kind of lazy with challenges so there you go 🙂

    1. Old Delhi is quite a fascinating place. If it is possible, you must try to visit. Preferably with a knowledgeable guide. And even if, for some reason Old Delhi isn’t possible, there is plenty to see in Delhi – with 3000 years of history, you will love it 🙂

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