Camel Fight in Turkey- An Ancient Practice

#CamelWrestling is a traditional sport which is very famous along the west coast of #Turkey. Male camels from local villages are pit against each other in a dusty stadium. The days leading to the ground fight is an exciting one for the Turkish people.

#Camelfighting originated among ancient #Turkictribes over 24,00 years ago, probably started as a form of competition between noman caravans in the Middle East. At one point of time the government of Turkey began discouraging the practice characterizing it as too backwards of practice.

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Blue Pond in Japan

The #BluePond is located in the left bank of the #RiverBieigawa, southeast of the town of Biei in #Hokkaido, Japan, about 2.5 Km northwest from the Platinum hot springs at the foot of Mt. Tokachi.

The pond gets its name from the unnaturally bright blue hue of its water. With tree stumps protruding from the sruface of the water, not unlike Lake Kaindy, the Blue pond has an etheral and enchanting apprearance.

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Songkran Festival in Thailand

Songkran Festival is very popular festival in Thailand. It is celebrated as an official start of summer runs in the month of April. People splash water to celebrate this festival by elephant, toy gun and water cans!

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The Belz Hasidic dynasty is one of the largest Hasidic movements in the world. It was standing room only in Jerusalem as the heir to one of the most important Jewish ultra-orthodox families, Shalom Rokeach, married his 19 year old bride Hannah Batya Penet, in front of 25,000 guests.

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Photo by: Siddharth Malkania

Travel Photographer@ Cosmic Travel Hub

India Gate

India Gate.

India Gate

At the centre of New Delhi stands the 42 m high India Gate, an “Arc-de-Triomphe” like archway in the middle of a crossroad. Almost similar to its French counterpart, it commemorates the 70,000 Indian soldiers who lost their lives fighting for the British Army during the World War I. The memorial bears the names of more than 13,516 British and Indian soldiers killed in the Northwestern Frontier in the Afghan war of 1919.

It is one of the most renowned places in India. It is the symbol of pride and prestige in India and considered as one of the national monuments. Travellers from across the world visit India Gate every year in considerable numbers. Any traveller who comes for holiday in India don’t forget to visit it during the trip to Delhi. Tour and Travels Company in India always highlight India Gate in pre- scheduled trip.

Travel Photographer from Cosmic Travel Hub photographed India Gate. There are few pictures to share it with travellers across the world. More pictures are in the pipeline.

Photo by: Siddharth Malkania

Photo by: Siddharth Malkania

Photo by: Siddharth Malkania

Photo by: Siddharth Malkania

Faith integral part of religion

Religion is not always related to God. It does not confine into certain group of community who follows long-term exercised custom. Many times, Spreading love is a religion, loving someone more than yourself is a religion, Showering happiness is a religion. Needless to say, Religion is followed by faith. Faith is nothing but the highest degree of believing in somebody. Without faith a religion is like: A soul without body; a room without a book; a life without a friend. In fact, faith leads you to concentration, concentration leads you to motivation and motivation leads you to inspiration. If you have been an ¬†inspiration for any single person on earth, you may be counted ‘born’ on this earth! If we try to be an inspiration with all positive energies for each other, the life might be simple and beautiful.

By:  Siddharth Malkania,

Travel Photographer@ Cosmic Travel Hub