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Kreativelens Photography is our passion. We follow it, dream it, live it ... Welcome to Suman and Kunal's Kreative Kanvas! Photography is my hobby.

We both are born and raised in India, and now live in Houston. Suman has an interest in paintings and photo editing since childhood. Most of her paintings are brightly colored and beautifully composed. Her color combination & composition inspired me a lot in my photography. I fell in love with photography back in 2004 when I got my first digital camera, and have found it to be a consuming passion

We both are born and raised in India, and now live in Houston. Suman has an interest in paintings and photo editing since childhood. Most of her paintings are brightly colored and beautifully composed. Her color combination & composition inspired me a lot in my photography. I fell in love with photography back in 2004 when I got my first digital camera, and have found it to be a consuming passion

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If the Public Durbar Hall had you awe-struck, wait till you see the private durbar hall -also called Amba Vilas Durbar H...
09/26/2022

If the Public Durbar Hall had you awe-struck, wait till you see the private durbar hall -also called Amba Vilas Durbar Hall. In this ostentatious hall, the King met his council of ministers and had meetings with important dignitaries. Build to impress, every aspect of this hall has a tale to share. Let’s start with the blue and gold pillars made of wrought iron and hollow to absorb sound better. This is exactly opposite of the granite green-gold ones in the public durbar hall that would reflect sound. The gold used in the pillars is real, and the hall's paint has never been changed or touched upon. This is how it has been for the last century or so. The almost to-floor chandeliers add to the ornamental appeal of the hall. While those hung from a glass ceiling, the rest of the hall had the same teak wood roof that reduced the noise levels.

The private durbar hall, also called Amba Vilas Durbar Hall, is this ostentatious hall where the King met his council of...
07/18/2022

The private durbar hall, also called Amba Vilas Durbar Hall, is this ostentatious hall where the King met his council of ministers and had meetings with important dignitaries. Most gorgeously decorated hall, with a harmonious composition in colors. Build to impress, every aspect of this hall has a tale to share. Let’s start with the blue and gold pillars made of wrought iron and hollow to absorb sound better. This is precisely opposite to the granite green-gold ones in the public durbar hall that would reflect sound. The gold used in the pillars is accurate, and the hall's paint has never been changed or touched upon. This is how it has been for the last century or so. The beauty of many of the details is unsurpassed in the palace. The paintwork in the public durbar hall is predominantly blue and gold here. The ceilings in the corridor surrounding the atrium are carved in teak. The use of teak wood was not just for ornamentation but also to keep the rooms cool and reduce the echo within. Between these pillars, the floor is made with marble and has the same inlay work as what you see at the Taj Mahal. In fact, pietra-dura artists from Agra were called in for this work. The Mysore Palace is a beautiful example of Indian architecture and craftsmanship. Visitors to the palace can see the intricate carvings up close and appreciate the skill that went into their creation.

Mysore Palace Public Durbar. Public Durbar Hall is one of the most beautifully decorated rooms. The Maharaja occupied th...
07/06/2022

Mysore Palace Public Durbar.
Public Durbar Hall is one of the most beautifully decorated rooms. The Maharaja occupied the center of this hall so that his subjects could see him. Around him, on either side are green balconies where the ministers and dignitaries sat as per their status. The general public would occupy the central grounds below.
This hall is supported on granite pillars and roofed with a fine stucco ceiling adorned with various designs. The rear walls of this sizeable pillared hall contain one oil painting of Sita Swaymvara created by the celebrated south Indian royal artist from Kerala, Raja Ravi Varma. In the center is a picture of Trimurti – Lord Shiva, Brahma, and Vishnu surrounded by 12 zodiac signs.

The Mysore Palace is home to many intricate carvings, including some in Burma Teak Wood. The use of teak wood was not ju...
07/05/2022

The Mysore Palace is home to many intricate carvings, including some in Burma Teak Wood. The use of teak wood was not just for ornamentation but also to keep the rooms cool and reduce the echo within. The Mysore Palace is a beautiful example of Indian architecture and craftsmanship. Visitors to the palace can see the intricate carvings up close and appreciate the skill that went into their creation.

Golden Throne - Golden Howdah made of 80 Kgs of Gold⁠⁠The core of this Howdah is a wooden structure in the form of a man...
07/04/2022

Golden Throne - Golden Howdah made of 80 Kgs of Gold⁠

The core of this Howdah is a wooden structure in the form of a mandapa which is covered with 80 Kg of Gold Sheets having intricate designs consisting of scrolls, foliage, and flowers. The focus of the Dasara Procession’s grand finale. Either side of the Howdah is 2 ivory fly whisks, finely-cut strips of ivory form the bristles which are tipped with zari, a type of thread made from thinnest gold or silver wire. 2 Lights attached to the Howdah red and green are battery-operated and used to control the pace of the procession by the King. King would customarily stop to receive floral offerings from his subjects. The elephant would lift the garland up to the king who would touch the flower then the elephant would hand it back. During the days of yore, the king would sit in the Howdah accompanied by his brother and nephew. Sri Jayachamarajendra Wadiyar is the last royal family member to ride in Golden Howdah. Seven cannons were fired to make momentous events. The tradition of the Dasara Procession continues to this day also but the idol of the presiding deity of the Mysuru city, Goddess Chamundeshwari, is taken in procession in the Golden Howdah.⁠

Mysore Palace is a popular tourist attraction in Mysore, India. The palace is illuminated with lights on Sundays and public holidays from 7 p.m. to 7.45 p.m., but tourists or groups interested in viewing the illuminated palace on days other than Sunday and public holidays can pay Rs. 50,000 to the Board in advance and get the palace illuminated exclusively for themselves at a convenient time. The Mysore Palace is one of the largest royal palaces in India. The Mysore Palace is famous for its annual Dasara festival when it is decorated with lights and flowers.⁠

Jayamarthanda Gate is the grandest of all gates in the city.History says that Wadiyars began their religious rituals fro...
06/27/2022

Jayamarthanda Gate is the grandest of all gates in the city.

History says that Wadiyars began their religious rituals from this gate like welcoming the Royal Horse, Royal Elephant, Royal Cow or bringing a palanquin inside. Even today, the practice is followed with Dasara elephants being brought into the Palace through this gate after traditional rituals.
The Maharajas also used the gate to travel toward Chamundi Hill or Lalitha Mahal Palace. Near to it are the temples of Goddess Gayathri and Lord Trineshwara inside the Palace premises. Jayamarthanda Gate is open only once a year to welcome the Dasara Elephants into the Palace. It is closed for visitors at all other times.

The structure's beauty comes alive when over lakh bulbs are switched on.

Mysore Palace is a popular tourist attraction in Mysore, India. The palace is illuminated with lights on Sundays and public holidays from 7 p.m. to 7.45 p.m., but tourists or groups interested in viewing the illuminated palace on days other than Sunday and public holidays can pay Rs. 50,000 to the Board in advance and get the palace illuminated exclusively for themselves at a convenient time. The Mysore Palace is one of the largest royal palaces in India. The Mysore Palace is famous for its annual Dasara festival when it is decorated with lights and flowers.

Mysore Palace is a must-visit if you're ever in the city. The Public Durbar Hall, in particular, is breathtaking. It's 1...
06/15/2022

Mysore Palace is a must-visit if you're ever in the city. The Public Durbar Hall, in particular, is breathtaking. It's 155 feet and 42 feet in width, with green and gold arches and bottle-shaped columns in different hues. Every detail is exquisite. No matter how often I see it, the Public Durbar Hall always takes my breath away.

Amba Vilas PalaceThe structure's beauty comes alive when over lakh bulbs are switched on.Mysore Palace is a popular tour...
06/10/2022

Amba Vilas Palace

The structure's beauty comes alive when over lakh bulbs are switched on.

Mysore Palace is a popular tourist attraction in Mysore, India. The palace is illuminated with lights on Sundays and public holidays from 7 p.m. to 7.45 p.m., but tourists or groups interested in viewing the illuminated palace on days other than Sunday and public holidays can pay Rs. 50,000 to the Board in advance and get the palace illuminated exclusively for themselves at a convenient time. The Mysore Palace is one of the largest royal palaces in India. The Mysore Palace is famous for its annual Dasara festival when it is decorated with lights and flowers.

For as long as there has been painting, there has been portraiture. Portrait paintings date back to at least 5,000 years...
05/14/2022

For as long as there has been painting, there has been portraiture. Portrait paintings date back to at least 5,000 years ago in ancient Egypt, where the art form is said to have originated (although many other ancient peoples also practiced portrait artistry). The Tate Modern museum defines portraits as simply a "representation of a specific person". Paintings are not the only way artists can create portraits. Sculptures, photos, and drawings are also considered portraits as long as the art aims to depict a particular person's expression, likeness, or mood.

From the 2nd Century B.C., the Indus Valley Civilisation flourished in the northwest area of the country, which is Pakistan, to the present date. The evolution toward a sophisticated and civilized culture happened in the Harappan period. Roughly dating somewhere from 3200-to 1200, the history of Indian Art during the Indus Valley civilization is influenced by the advancements in Science and Culture. The artistic expression of this period can be traced back to Rock paintings and Temple Arts. The people of the Indus valley civilization produced the earliest known Indian art sculptures, between 2500 and 1800 BCE. They were small terracotta and bronze figures depicting animals and humans, like cows, monkeys, and dancing positions.

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World Expo hosted by Dubai, in the United Arab Emirates, from 1 October 2021 to 31 March 2022. Originally scheduled for 20 October 2020 to 10 April 2021, it was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This is the first expo to be held in the Middle East, Africa and South Asia (MEASA) region.

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Hatta is well known for its dam. This extraordinary location is approximately one hour and forty minutes from the heart of Dubai, through magnificent desert dunes. The dam is located in the middle of the rocky mountains and its turquoise waters are a sight to behold. The Hatta Dam is the ideal escape for those who love nature and are tired of spending their time in Dubai staring at skyscrapers.

Golden Dubai - Arabian Desert

There are over 160 words for camel in Arabic alone.
Golden Dubai - Burj Khalifa Lake
The Dubai Fountain, located right next to the Dubai Mall, in the middle of Burj Khalifa Lake, was designed by WET Design, who also designed the Bellagio Fountain in Las Vegas

Golden Dubai - Burj Khalifa.

It took 22 million man-hours to complete the Burj Khalifa, the percentage of foreigners in the UAE is over 88%. Most foreigners in Dubai are construction workers from India, Bangladesh, and Pakistan.

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The percentage of foreigners in the UAE is over 88%. Most foreigners in Dubai are construction workers from India, Bangladesh, and Pakistan.

The art of capturing expression can be seen in cave paintings during 8000 BCE or old. Bhimbetka rock shelters feature prehistoric cave paintings, and the earliest is about 10,000 years old (c. 8,000 BCE). These cave paintings show early evidence of dance and hunting. Bhimbetka Rock Shelters are a series of natural rock shelters in the foothills of the Vindhya Range, central India. Some 28 miles (45 km) south of Bhopal, in west-central Madhya Pradesh state. Discovered in 1957, the complex consists of some 700 shelters and is one of India's largest repositories of prehistoric art.


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Composite Portraiture

"I love . I also love how you can combine multiple photographs into one."

Composite portraiture (also known as composite photographs) is a technique invented by Sir Francis Galton in the 1880s after a suggestion by Herbert Spencer for registering photographs of human faces on the two eyes to create an "average" photograph of all those in the photographed group.
Raven was a great archer. She fought brutal battles and won them all with her bow and arrow skills. One day when she was in action, she got into a fight that resulted in her losing one of her hands. Her right hand to be precise. The doctors amputated it, but Raven had another idea: replace the lost hand with a metal one so she could still fight for honor and justice in the world.
The earliest reference to the concept of a prosthesis goes back to 1200 BC. - Vishpala – who, in the Rig Veda (a sacred Indian text), is given the first prosthesis in recorded history, an iron leg. This becomes history’s first documented use of an artificial limb and sets it on course towards modernity more than thousand years ago!

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The Waterwall is a well-known landmark of Houston and is often used for picnics or concerts. The fountain has become one the most photographed spots in this city by itself with its beautiful portrayal on Instagram! On the night of September 23, 1987, former Oiler quarterback Dan Pastorini married Dena Kindred at a private ceremony at the wall. The wall was an "official sight" during the 1992 Republican National Convention. In 2001, the made-for-TV movie The Way She Moves was filmed in Houston and contained scenes shot in front of the Waterwall. The Bollywood song Dilbar Dilbar from the film Sirf Tum () was shot here. In 2013, the made-for-TV movie The Preacher's Mistress was filmed in Houston and contained a scene shot in front of the Waterwall. The 1992 Chuck Norris film Sidekicks had a portion filmed at the Waterwall. In 2012, an original site-specific performance, "Natural Acts in Artificial Water" by director/choreographer Stephan Koplowitz was performed




















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The is on a mission to find out more about her ancestor and the origin of their powers.It was a breezy day and the warrior from the year 2077 was looking around Hampi for any trace of her ancestors. She looked at the sculpture which had been carved out of stone but found no hints as to who they were. The only thing she knew about them is that they existed in this time period between two-thousand years ago and now, but these sculptures did not provide anything more than that. With a heavy heart, she walked away with nothing accomplished and yet never stopped looking for clues along her journey back home.

Accounts of martial women were included in the Ramayana (ca. 500 BCE) and Mahabharata (ca. 400 BCE) In Hindu mythology, Chitrāngadā, wife of Arjuna, was the commander of her father's armies. Satyabhama was a warrior wife of the god Krishna who led an army against Narakasura; she was an archer and expert in wartime tactics. Shikhandini was a princess who learned "archery, martial arts, war-techniques" and fought to avenge herself for past wrongs in another life; she eventually became a man (through supernatural intervention). Kaikeyi was the wife of a king who drove his chariot in battle and saved his life.

There is a sculpture in Bala Krishna Temple at Hampi, India - Woman with a bow, an attendant removing a thorn from her foot. Early 16th-century C.E.

The temple was destroyed by the Mughals after the invasion but the idol is still on display in the state museum at Chennai, TN.

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