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Siddhartha Joshi
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Travel blogger | Designer | Photographer
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The havelis of Bikaner were built for the merchants of the city, and over the years they have been abandoned as the merchants moved out to other parts of the world.

They will all die out and disappear if conservation efforts are not made immediately to save our heritage.

#Rajasthan #IncredibleIndia

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Gujarat is a state full of wonders - both natural and man-made. I have lived the the state more than any other in the country and love almost everything about it. I have written extensively about Gujarat, and here's another special post about UNESCO World Heritage sites in the state - Rani ni Vav, Champaner-Pavagadh Archaeological Park and Old Ahmedabad.

#Travel #India #Gujarat #UNESCO

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Exploring some stunning street art in San Francisco!

#StreetArt #Graffiti #SanFrancisco

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Street Art is often defined as unsanctioned art projects in public spaces, created by artists for themselves, often making a statement or expressing a sentiment against a public subject. Public art can anarchic, it can also be a medium for social change, or it could simply be beautification of an existing cityscape. In my opinion street art is also political, though the degree could be different.

#MyTravelStory #Pune #Travel #India

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The glitter on string caught the slow glow coming from the overhung lamp; with all the darkness around, it looked like suspended light, floating alone, along with the constant sound from ustad's sarangi. I was spellbound once again, the slow and wistful raaga today was perhaps just a preface to the more tragic set of events that were to unfold later in the night; for now it just bought me closer to tears, tears of melancholic indulgence.

#ShortStory #India

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San Francisco, the tiny 49 square miles city, in Northern California, has a treasure trove of murals, thanks to its culture of attracting artists, entrepreneurs and mavericks from all over the world who challenge the status quo. Although the entire city is virtually a canvas for street art, there are certain neighborhoods which will make heads turn for the dazzling array of street art displayed on their walls.

The Mission neighborhood, the largest and trendiest in the city, is known for it’s cultural and culinary diversity as well as it’s murals with strong undercurrents of social justice and Latino identity since this is the last Latino bastion of the city. This post is a tour of some of the best murals along 16th and 24th street in the Mission, which are a must visit for art lovers and to get a sense of the true spirit of San Francisco.

#MyTravelStory #SanFrancisco #StreetArt #UnitedStates

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Exploring murals at Mission District in San Francisco!
San Francisco, the tiny 49 square miles city, in Northern California, has a treasure trove of murals, thanks to its culture of attracting artists, entrepreneurs and mavericks from all over the world who challenge the status quo. Although the entire city is ...

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If you enjoy #StreetArt, you will certainly love this video from Graffiti Alley in Toronto!

#Canada #Graffiti

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