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Top view from bottom of Charminar

Posted by
Shuva Brata Deb (Bangalore, India) on 10 April 2007 in Architecture.

Canon EOS REBEL XT 1/100 second F/6.3 ISO 400 18 mm

Sujit from Hyderabad, India

Lovely. You have a great architecture series in the making.

10 Apr 2007 6:40am

Art Monkey from Salt Spring Island, Canada

amazing detail - great shot!

10 Apr 2007 6:47am

Soodabeh from Yazd, Iran

Nice shot. But whats the meaning of charminar?
The word's pronunciation is similar to persian. We say Char to the number 4, and Menar to the tall sylindric shape architectures make beside tombs and mousqes of muslims. Is that really have the same meaning? ( An architecture place that has 4 menars?)

10 Apr 2007 7:15am

@Soodabeh: Yes you are right, it is a monument with 4 pillars and this building very much a signature of Hyderabad.

Srinivas Koduri from Wheeling, IL, United States

turned out very sharp with beautiful tones, nice framing shuva. lookin fwd for more.

10 Apr 2007 12:11pm

Kheoh Yee Wei from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Interesting view!

10 Apr 2007 3:39pm

Benny from Lausanne, Switzerland

Beautiful shapes! Nice shot!

10 Apr 2007 6:08pm

Sarala from Chicago, United States


15 Apr 2007 3:43am