The illusory geometry of Humayun's Tomb in New Delhi moves between the optical game and the mirage. This garden tomb of the emperor was built nine years after his death by his wife and is an example of ancient architecture based on red sandstone and marble. Do you remember having a Rubik's cube in your hands? The first thing that is done is to turn it to see it from the different perspectives that are shown when playing with the edges. Well, imagine that feeling before something that instead of fitting in one hand looks like a building but turns out to be a mausoleum. It is an old version of the Taj Mahal surrounded by square landscaped areas. To enter through its main arch is to enter the entrails of the illusory game. #WHPwithlove #begborrowtravel
India is a fascinating country. A trip around India floods with indelible memories to those who undertake them. In a place as big and surprising as a continent, spirituality, sumptuousness, and opulence are mixed in a unique cocktail that exalts the senses. It delights and excites an incomparable enchantment. These alternative vacations, spiritual trips, and adventure for the soul are for all those who seek a #holidaydifferently, whether you are single, come accompanied or with family. The trip around India forged my character. It made me fall in love, transform my character and make me a different person. #sterling #whpillusion
Love enlivens the brightness of its colors and its plume flutters like a lyre with a trail of iridescence parading in the air. Its beauty makes us perceive an ethereal shine in the heart, something like the shudder of a veil. Associated with divinity, the peacock traditionally heralds the arrival of spring. With its aristocratic glamor, myriad eyes and the way in which it raises its tail like a crown, the peacock is naturally an emblem of different gods. Its eyes were regarded as the stars of the sky. In the same way that its eyes open the door to religious symbolism, the colors of its tail are the incentive of the psychedelic visions. In ancient Greece, the peacock was called the face of Hera and represented the universal splendor of the Great Goddess. #bestmemoriesof2017
Winter fun, festive songs, sweets and of course lights and contemplative hours with the people who are close - the Christmas holidays do not always fulfill these stereotypes. But one thing that is true almost always is the #homemade food. What would Christmas be without Christmas dinner? Whether on Christmas Eve or on holidays everyone in the family has own preferences. Christmas dinner with meat is the classic on the festive table. In addition, you sit together for a long time in the warm wood fire and it is just really cozy. Eating together makes us happy - especially at Christmas. It starts with the traditional #Christmasdinner on Christmas Eve and runs through the rest of the holidays.
Do you feel the tender sound of love in your gentle rhythm? Let yourself be guided by this deep, loving melody. Let her guide you... I hear my heart feel her gentle rhythm, her tender sound of love. There is only one temple in the universe and that is the human body. Nothing is more sacred than this perfect form. We touch the sky when we put our hand on the human body. She is full of emotion because she plays in our hearts. Dancing kindles the fire of love. It becomes warm and bright. Old pains and points of view are transformed. The way to the source reveals itself. #IAmBeautiful
Fall comes here like a newlywed, jeweled woman. The rivers now flow in slow motion, as proud as young, majestic walking women. The sky is slightly broken up by sparse clouds and acts like a queen. The winds of the Himalayas carrying sweetly the flowery nectar to the south. I feel blissful in the thought that they may have fallen upon your limbs in the early days. Oh, let the long night disappear for a moment. How I wish for the daylight in the early morning!
If you travel to Northeast India during the fall you will be abducted by the magic of Indian Autumn and its colors. Respected in the folklore of all ethnic groups of Arunachal Pradesh and Nagaland for its qualities of attention and grandeur, Hornbill is closely linked to the social and cultural life of the people, as it is found in traditional tribal dances and songs and the use of its feathers and beak as ornaments. The bird is most admired for its quality and vigilance. Fear and admiration for the bird are symbolically displayed on almost all traditional tribal hats worn during festivities. In antiquity, each warrior had to earn the right to wear it by making a valuable contribution. The value and honor of the warrior were represented by the number of hornbill heads in his headgear, which was reserved only to those who had carried out particularly important social actions and therefore was a valiant warrior. The honor made the warrior a leader and consequently a king. He was a leader who has proved to have the ability to achieve the common goals. In fact, the Heads became such only after having demonstrated that they possess the necessary skills to survive and protect their own group. #shareyourdiscovery
I am a fan of flying because you never know exactly what you get. Without a doubt, one of the great pleasures of flying for me is the food. That perfect blend of flavors and aromas makes the lunch or dinner the perfect moment. The food is rather a welcome interruption from the view of the eternal skies. Comfort food is the specialty of airplanes, especially when it comes to appetizers. The sauces make the food a little sexy. A creamy and seductive sauce is the perfume of food. It is not entirely necessary, but a pleasant surprise from time to time. Then there's my holy grail of airline food of a little vanilla ice cream. I enjoy the most comfortable and comforting dining experience in the world when I #GoEverywhere.
I like to walk for my life. When hiking, I am so close to nature and I can slow down as fast as with any other type of walking and leisure. The scenic charms and quiet sounds of nature replace the everyday charms such as computers, music, television, constant accessibility and activity, street noise and crowds of people, which gradually make us sick. The slowness and naturalness is meditative on me. Hiking is mobile meditation. I feel this particularly in demanding terrain, for example when I climb up a mountain in #Tawang and concentrate on my steps and breathing. If I finally stand on the top, my head is free and my heart is open. Such happiness is not so fast in the valley below and in everyday life. #onboardtheworld