Saturday, July 14, 2012

Thirupathi Geetha Park

This is the park situated just at the entrance uphill.. I loved this place..

Selected pictures below and all the pictures here.























My Son (above) and me (below)




16 comments:

  1. Finally a post from you! Just loved the pics as always, I have not visited this place though visited Tirupati numerous times.
    Looks peaceful, not too crowded.
    Keep Posting Sir:)

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  2. Been busy for a while on a Tamil Book that I released recently.. I have not been travelling of late .. busy at work..
    I definitely want to keep posting.. But will definitely read all the posts of Great bloggers like you.. You are doing great..Arti..!

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  3. Beautiful captures of the park with its mythical figures. Nice & charming family pics too.
    Thanks for your comments. I read your Kanyakumari post of few year ago. Lovely pics there.

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  4. Looks grand at night.
    Great captures.

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  5. Breathtaking pictures. When we visited, our major concern was to visit the famous shrine. We went to few nearby places down hill but never had any inkling of places you are reporting. Beautiful.

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  6. Wow! A book release, is it written by you?
    And I am not a great blogger, I am not even an average one... Just learning the ropes from travellers like you:)
    Make a trip to the Himalayas soon Sir and let us soak in its beauty through your captures!!

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  7. Yes..Arti.. But it is a Tamil book in the form of poems on Sri Sathyasai baba's childhood life history.. I have the soft copy of it but would be of no use as it is in Tamil..

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  8. I'm sorry to be so late to comment on your wonderful post and photos for the day, Sridharan! What an incredibly beautiful place! I would so love to visit there! I always enjoy the captures of your very beautiful family! Thanks as always for sharing the beauty! Have a wonderful week!

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  9. Looks amazing, the lighting of those sculptures is breathtaking.

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  10. Wonderful shots. Never knew of this park before.

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  11. Another superb series of photos!
    Thanks for your comments over July.

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  12. Beautiful photos

    thanks

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  13. Excellent photos. No updates ? Hope you're well.

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  14. Here's a chance to go back to all your earlier posts... :)
    TAGGED you...
    My Travelogue: TAGGED

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  15. Hello Sridharan,
    Wish you and your family a very Happy Navratri :)
    Hope you are doing fine and in the best of health :)
    How was the book release?

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  16. Hello Arti- Thanks... Hope you had a very happy Navarathri too.. I am doing great.. Kind of too tied up these days... The book was released and is greatly appreciated by like minded people with interest in the subject of the book..!

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