Monday, December 6, 2010


Here the journey begins from Delhi airport on 23 NOv 2010 morning to "TASHKENT AND SAMARKAND" for 6th AIPC International Convention

Earthquake Memorial. In 1966, an earthquake levelled Tashkent. The city was entirely rebuilt in the aftermath and little of Old Tashkent remains

Courage Memorial
Among the large number of Tashkent monuments Courage Memorial deserves special attention. It is dedicated to the events that took place almost 50 years ago and left a deep trace in Tashkent’s history. On the granite podium of the monuments stands a black labradorite cube. One of its sides contains the engraved inscription: April 26, 1966; on another side there is the engraved image of a clock-face whose hands show the time: 24 minutes past 5. On this day, at this early morning hour the city was struck by a severe earthquake measuring 8.3 degrees on the Richter scale.


(me with sandhya and kavita)

Chorvoq is a water reservoir in the northern part of Tashkent Province, Uzbekistan. The reservoir was created by erecting a 168 m (551 ft) high stone dam (Charvak Hydropower Station) on the Chirchiq River, a short distance downstream from the confluence of Pskem and Chatkal rivers in the western Tian-Shan mountains

ON THE WAY TO Big Chimgan Peak

SILK ROAD The Dedeman Silk Road Tashkent reflects this unique blend of Soviet architecture and Central-Asian Islamic culture


MonumentLal Bahadur Shastri
The monument of Shastri and the street named after this significant personality are placed in the very centre of Tashkent. This is the place of visit of Indian travelers and businessman visiting the capital of Uzbekistan

The Gur Emir (the 15th century), where Tamurlane is buried along with several sons and a grandson, is the most brilliant example of the medieval Central Asian architecture.

Monument of Independence Square tashkent
The Independence Square is the main square of the country with the administrative offices of the Cabinet and the Senate. The entrance to the square is framed by the arch of good and noble aspirations with the sculptural images of storks. In the center of the square on the granite pedestal is placed the symbol of independence - the bronze ball, symbolizing the globe with a symbolic image of the Republic of Uzbekistan on it. At the foot of the obelisk there is the monument of the Happy Mother - the figure of a young woman with a baby in her arms.

Monument of Independence & the “Happy Mother” Fountains of the Independence Square in the city of Tashkent

Memorial to fallen soldiers at Independence Square, Tashkent


Tashkent TV tower can be seen from almost everywhere in the city; it comes into view from behind every structure. The height of the tower is 375 meters, which is 75 meters higher than that of the famous Eiffel Tower. The weight of this “Tashkent Beauty” is 6,000 tons, which is 3,000 tons less than Eiffel’s structure. The lightness of local tower is especially noticeable if you compare the silhouettes of the two rivals. Topped with an antenna, the graceful dodecahedral stem of Tashkent TV Tower looks soaring on its three conical props.

Registan Square:
two beautiful madrasahs that balance a mosque. The Registan was the heart of the ancient Samarkand. The name means ”Sandy Place”. The ensemble of three madrasahs is a unique example of town building art a remarkable pattern of the architectural planning of the main town square. Madrasah is a medieval Moslem clergy academy. The three madrasahs of the Registan are: the Ulugbek Madrasah (1417-1420), the Sher Dor Madrasah (1619-1636) and the Tillya Kori Madrasah (1646-1660).

Bibi-Khanym Mosque
(the 15th century), which at that time was considered to be the largest dome in the Muslim world, is standing next to a noisy and crowded oriental market full of colorful fruits, vegetables and fragrant spices grown in Uzbekistan. The construction of Bibi-Khanum Mosque was undertaken by Amir Temur in 1399 after the victorious Indian campaign. Amir Temur dedicated Bibi-Khanum Mosque to his love queen Bibi-Hanim. Samarkand
Monument of Emir Timur in Samarkand, Uzbekistan

Amir Temur who died in 1405, as a great sovereign, commander and founder of world power. During the years of his reign, Temur was constantly dealing with building activity: he created new and reconstructed old towns, built fortresses and constructed irrigation systems. Having established a huge empire and having become its absolute ruler — Emir, Temur made Samarkand the capital of his state. The city made a deep impression on Temur's contemporaries: it was named "The Sparkling Point of the World". Amir Temur is esteemed for having revived belief in Islam, infringed during the Mongolian dominions and for his leading role in stimulating the Renaissance of Middle Eastern culture which took place during the 15-16th centuries.




Sunday, December 5, 2010

"Ask the moon"

"Ask the moon"

Over the hills and deep valleys

flowing between the clouds

and floating in the

savory eyes of lake

a silent little lonely peice of moon

wrapped in sparkle of twinkling stars

constantly moves around

between day and night

how it feels to live in solitude

Ask the moon......

Tuesday, November 9, 2010


Love is patient,

Love is kind,

It is not proud...

Love never fails,

Love always protects,A

Always trusts,

Always hopes,

Always preserves... ???????????????

Friday, October 29, 2010

Love is like the sun

"Love is like the sun,

even if you reach it

you have to put up with a few blisters."

Tuesday, September 28, 2010

"one word"


Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Saturday, July 17, 2010

Words have begged

'Words have begged "

Sitting on the surface of paper

words have begged

from the Emotion to suffer

Distracted mind is helpless

Waiting scattered

and talking about past moments..

Memories out of the corridor

incomplete desires are

raining rediculasly

evening of Beauty

Washed aside by flying

Agile dust crossing the circles to

to take away days shine.....

Saturday, June 19, 2010

"Remember still come"

"Remember still come"

Picture marks on the soul of heart
will go to bleak sudden
but Remember still come
Crying laughing singing song
Furnishing of melody tones
you will Take the word rhythm
but Remember still come
lonely path, holding the walk
together spent time swindle
All will vacant
but Remember still come
head on shoulder and ring of touch
on the face of night the moon wreath
Everything will be isolated
but Remember still come

Saturday, June 5, 2010

'Valley of words '

In the Valley of words
These swirling mind,
Looking for some particles
which can express with dignity
beautiful anthem of love,
Hidden ambition of life
Suppressed curiosity in the eyes
Static language of silence,
In terms of the litigants
These swirling mind,
Looking for ......

Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Writing passion

Writing passion

On the bright tail of the lake
Contribution from the bright rays
I put part of the writing passion
holding my loves finger
Hiding from the world's eyes
I hav to go flying across the sky
with stars filled in my hands
flowing in your love ocean
wanna go deep down high
When you step down gently
in deep water of the lake
go quietly tocuhing your lips
These spry waves falling shy

Friday, March 5, 2010

"love is composed of"

" love is composed of"

"single soul"

"inhabting two bodies"