DPC is announcing its next Photo bus trip to Pushkar in the month November to capture the world’s largest Camel Fair! The Pushkar Mela. A truly unforgettable experience to capture the vibrancy of the entire state of Rajasthan in one place!
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If you are interested in joining the trip please prebook with us in advance.
The details for this trip are as follows:
Travel Details from Delhi to Pushkar
Meeting Place: Main gate of IIT Delhi.
Date of Journey: 15th November 18, Thursday
Timings: 10.00 pm (pls be there 15 mins prior to departure)
16th November: (Friday) Reach Pushkar by morning, check in at a Hotel, grab breakfast and rust to the Mela
17th November: (Saturday) Morning: capture the Sunrise, visit the fair and also doing the local markets of Puskar.
18th November: (Sunday) Visiting the famous Brahma Temple known as the Jagatpita Brahma Mandir .
Late evening head back to Delhi.
Stay: On twin sharing basis
Mode of travel: Tempo Traveller (Push-Back seats)
Total Seats: 12
Total Trip Cost: Rs. 9500/- (including registration fee. Please carry the rest of the amount with you (only cash)
Rs. 9000/- for Prem. Members (including registration fee).
About Garli and Masroor
DPC brings you one more breathtaking trip to Garli and Masroor Rock Cut Temple in the month of July.
Garli is a delightful destination for anyone looking to get away from Delhi over a long weekend or simply to explore Himachal Pradesh’s countryside. Garli has been designated a heritage zone by the Ministry of Tourism, HP.
A walk around Garli is like stepping back in time. Armed with a handy map that details the sights of interest, wander down cool alleys and lanes bordered by thick greenery to discover broken down two-storied mansions. Even in their state of disrepair it is obvious that they must have been glorious in their day. If houses could speak, these structures would have fascinating tales to tell.
There is hardly any other Indian hamlet with such stunningly diverse styles of architecture on display amongst the mansions, temples and sarais, all of which stand testimony to the majestic existence Garli that once had. Garli is a classic example of collaborative town planning, vision & foresight of its founders.
Masroor Rock Cut Temple, Kangra
Dubbed as the Himalayan Pyramid, Masroor Rock Cut Temple is a popular archaeological site in India is around 32 km from Kangra on Nagrota-Surian Link Road. A major part of the famous rock cut temples are in ruins yet one can study the relics clearly. According to different studies conducted by the experts the temple complex was built in between 8th-9th century AD. A group of 15 monolithic rock cut temples designed in Indo-Aryan style. The main shrines contain the stone idols of Rama-Laxman and Sita. It is claimed that all 15 temples are carved out of a single rock.
The details for the trip are as follows:
We are going by road.
Date of Journey: 20th July
Meeting Place: IIT Delhi, main gate
Timings: 9.30 pm (pls be there 15 mins prior to departure)
Breakfast en route to Garlic village.
Check-in to Naurang Yatri Niwas, a 100 year old heritage property.
Sit back, relax & replenish yourself.
2-3 hours guided heritage walk within Garli village.
Return to the guest house & relax yourselves.
Enjoy folk music by local singers.
Post dinner; We can go for night safari in the nearby forest reserve.
Wake up to a beautiful sunrise, fresh air & birds chirping outside your room.
Have breakfast and replenish yourself.
A 2 hour drive to Masroor rock cut temple. Indulge yourself into the historical monument.
Lunch at a local dhaba/restaurant.
Visit the picturesque Kangra fort, an hour’s drive from the temple.
Other Important Details:
Stay: On twin sharing basis
Mode of travel: Tempo Traveller (Push-Back seats)
Total Seats: 12
Total Trip Cost:
Rs. 6300/- (including registration fee. Please carry the rest of the amount with you( only cash)
Rs. 5800/- for Members (including registration fee. Please carry the rest of the amount with you( only cash)
The cost includes stay, travel and food. However, it doesnt include any cost of camera or entry tickets ( to be paid by self)
Anything taken in room service at guest house will be paid by individuals.
Gear: You can carry tripods and wide angle lenses for cameras. Any camera is good for this trip as long as it is digital. Please wear comfortable clothes according to the weather, comfortable shoes as there will be a lot of walking, take your hats/caps, shades and sunscreen.
Meal: Simple vegetarian meals will be provided by the club.
The group will follow the itinerary mentioned above, however if one wants to visit places at one owns will, can visit accordingly on their own.
1. Registration fee is refundable .
Feel free to mail or speak to us if you miss anything or you want some clarifications.
MY LATINAMERICAN & CAIBBEAN TRIP PHOTO CONTEST
We are pleased to cordially invite all Indian travelers to participate in this exciting contest so that their photos can reveal the fascinating beauty and luminosity of Latin America and the Caribbean.
About the Contest :
We are pleased to inform you that the Group of Latin American and Caribbean Countries (GRULAC) in Collaboration with Delhi Photography Club (DPC) is organizing the Third Edition of the Photography Contest “My Latin-American and Caribbean Trip” MLCT 2018. The previous editions of this contest enjoyed a very warm and enthusiastic reception by the Indian public. The great collection of diversity and beauty captured in more than 100 photographs received in the last two years, not only demonstrates the growing interest of Indian tourists in the region, but also a passion for Latin America and the Caribbean that is being transmitted through their mesmerizing digital images which have become attractive postcards of the natural, cultural and gastronomic riches that Latin America and the Caribbean countries have to offer.
This year participants can send up to 5 photographs (each of them, at least 2 MB minimum) which they must have taken during their trips to Latin America and the Caribbean from the 1st June, 2018 to the 30th October, 2018 to the email email@example.com . The themes of the photos should be within the following categories: landscapes, people, monuments and others that may represent the country or countries visited by the photographers. The winning photographs will be placed in an exhibition in New Delhi and the first three winners will be awarded.
Rules and Regulations
- The contest is only for Indian nationals residing in India.
- Participation in this contest is completely free and the participants can choose any theme focus; (landscapes, Monuments, People etc). The only requirements are that the photographs should be taken in Latin American & Caribbean countries.
- Each participant may submit up to 5 photos in digital format and the minimum file size for each photo entry is 2 MB.
- The photos should be sent by email to the account firstname.lastname@example.org
- The email must indicate the full name of the person, age, sites where the photograph was taken (City and Country), contact information and a brief description of the photograph.
- Selfies or collages are not allowed.
- The photos will be accepted starting from 1st of June till 30th of October 2018.
- The evaluation of the photographs will be conducted by a committee comprising of officials from the Embassies of Latin American and Caribbean countries, travel journalists & travel agents who will select the finalists.
- Winners will be directly contacted through email in the last week of November.
- The winning photographs will be displayed in a gala exhibition in New Delhi where the photographers will be invited.
The organizers will not cover any additional or personal costs. Once the photos are submitted the participant waives all property right and/or copyright. The organizers reserve the right to change the conditions and/or postpone or cancel the competition for reasons that will be notified to the participants. Participation implies acceptance without reservation of these conditions in full.
DPC announces Ramadaan Heritage Photowalk: Firoz Shah Kotla on 16th June
Feroz Shah Kotla is located near Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg in between New Delhi and Old Delhi. In 1354, Sultan Feroz Shah Tughlaq established Ferozabad and Feroz Shah. Kotla is the core of that extensive city. Historian Shams Siraj Afif, who lived during Feroz Shah’s reign, described the city as very well and distantly established. In the north the buildings of the city stretched from Northern Ridge ( today known as Pir Ghaib). To the south the city extended to the site now marked by the Purana Qila or Old Fort. According to him the population of the city at that was around 1,50,000.
As compared to the earlier sites of substantial settlement in Delhi which had been further south only – Lal Kot/Qila Rai Pithora (now the area around the Qutub Minar), Siri a little to its north-east, and Tughlaqabad in the hills to the south-east, Ferozabad was much further north than these three early settlements, it was also the first of the capitals to be built on the bank of the river Yamuna.
Feroz Shah Kotla was the grand and opulent royal citadel of the city. Visitors, invaders like Timur and contemporary chroniclers have given glowing descriptions of its buildings. Unfortunately most of its priceless stones and gilded and painted features have extinct today. Later on, materials for the construction of cities like Din Panah and Shergarh in the south and Shahjahanabad in the north were plundered from here.
Capture the history in your camera in this walk with us.
How to reach there:
To Register please check www.delhiphotographyclub.com/register
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