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The Royal Camaraderie

The Royal camaraderie on the Desert. Everyone had joined me for the ride last December to the Rann of Kutch (Desert of Kutch).We were lucky enough to have the camel Regiment around too for an event. I asked them if we could have the photos with them and all the mighty motorcycles to which they were more than happy to help us out for a few minutes.


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Tapkeswari temple – Bhuj

A place called Tapkeshwari, famous for its location which is about 8-10 kms from the city of Bhuj and situated in between the hollow hill near a temple. The place is best enjoyed early in the morning during the sunrise.The hollow mountain and the rawness of the curves in the mountain make it is so very interesting. A shade of pink makes the open cave so very different and makes one wonder of the formation of this wonder.

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Sunsets and moonrise on the move

Some of the shots clicked by some of the participants who had joined me on the motorcycle ride to Kutch which happened in the month of January.

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Salt extractors of India

Agariyas, a hardoworking community in the region of Kutch. They are also known as the Salt extractors of the salt farmers of Kutch. They account for a good 75% of the total salt manufactured in India. Being so hardworking and so very dedicated to their they hard get something out of it.
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The unfairness (and wisdom) of paint

Repainting your house the same color it already was feels like a waste. It’s a lot of effort merely to keep things as they are.

But if you don’t do it, time and entropy kick in and the house starts to fade.

The same can be said for 1,000 elements of your organization, including your relationships with customers, staff, suppliers and technology. The way you approach your market, the skill you bring to your craft, the culture in your organization—it constantly needs another coat of paint.

Rust never sleeps.

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