the Konkan Coast is a rugged section of the western coastline of India. It is a 720 km long coastline. Throughout the coastal region, there is Organic Settlements of villages. most of the village are at a place where the river transformed into an ocean. the most region has mountains where valley are either river or backwater or beaches as shown above.
this is the kind of organic street patterns are forms due to the natural growth of the village. the houses are yet to be made traditional way using local material stone, mud and coconut tree. due to heavy rainfall it is always a pitch roof forming attic for a internal store area.
one of Gangtok’s most well known landmarks perches solemnly with its wings bursting forth with colours aplomb. A contrasting cocktail of psychedelic patterns with its overall tranquil countenance.
The tiger hill, Darjeeling. The place where you can see one of the magnificent sunrise with a view of the Mount Everest and the Kanchenjunga together on a side. As the place holds limited numbers of people, the people starts coming early in the morning from 3 am onwards. They waits for 3 hours in a 3 degree Celsius on their foot just to see the sunrise which takes place at around 6 am. It’s wonderful to see the 3 minutes live play of lights between the sun and the Kanchenjunga. There is sun rising from the east and from the north we can see the rays hitting Kanchenjunga(the third highest mountain in the world) peak. The peak changes it’s color so dramatically from blue to orange to pink within a minutes.