It’s a podcast about Indian Constitution and how it evolved and came to be.
Once you listen to the first episode you will be hooked. If you are into history this will be fascinating even if you are not there are quite a few titbits to keep you entertained.
Something I learned from the first episode was that we fought for 90 years to get the independence, didn’t know that.
This podcast is done by Sidin Vadukut, who is a columnist, writer and blogger from India. He is well-known on twitter as @sidin and does some quite funny tweets. He is also the writer of dork series books.
Italian photographer Pietro Baroni has taken photos of closets of people in Italy. And they tell an amazing story.
Would love to see Indian closets like this knowing well that it will never happen. We are scared of showing off wealth unless it’s for weddings.
Saw this article 7 must-see geological wonders in India
Sadly I haven’t seen any of them and some are not worth seeing. Some of them are quite disappointing just the rocks standing etc.
I bet if someone put a little bit more effort they could come up with a better list.
But because of this list I just learned that there is a Lunar Crater in India called Lonar Crater in Buldana district, Maharashtra. The crater is so big that its has become a lake.
Incredible India rings so true.
This lens by Fujifilm is just amazing, it has 99x level zoom that is smooth. It’s for tv production so don’t expect it on digital cameras.
Imagine this with this lens you could see a bowler come in and bowl and then the expression of the batsmen without switching camera. Just smooth zoom. Same goes for football or any other sports, now its done by switching cameras.