Today, after working for about a week with my friend Rohit Kaundal, I launched the new design for my website. This monochromatic design puts less strain on the eyes and removes all the clutter that was found in the previous version.
Eye friendly Colors.
‘Where am I ?’ feature that uses Google API to automatically update my Location with my GPS enabled phone.
6 Newly uploaded photos on the main page.
New Blog Article and Latest Articles List on the main page.
Facebook Like button on Articles and photographs.
Buy Prints Button on the Right side of every photographs.
Behind the Scenes :
My childhood friend and neighbor, Rohit Kaundal and I sat together for three or four days to make my website clutter free and make it a better browsing experience for visitors.
I choose the new monochromatic shades of Black and he tried to create a symmetry in the design.
I also required a Where am I ? box that could update automatically with my phone. That was possible with Google Latitude but google didn’t have any text version on their badge. So, Rohit plunged into Google API and created a PHP code that would display my current location through my GPS enabled phone.
Other Details :
Only Ginger – Pepper Tea was used while working.
Lounge Music helped a lot .
Many trips were canceled in the past few days.
Rohit Kaundal helped in the complicated programming of this website
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First of all, I would like to thank you for all the love and support in the form of comments, emails and visits on this website.
I couldn’t update the blog because of my frequent visits to The Himalayas. I also visited Ladakh twice in the last two months and I uploaded few more photographs from the different ranges of The mighty Himalayas.
So I present to you a collection of serene landscapes from the Indian Himalayas.
The slideshow includes photographs from Himachal and Ladakh.
People singing and abusing each other in the traditional braj language as a part of a ritual know as Samaaj where people of Nand Gaon ( Village of Lord Krishna ) and Barsaana ( village of Lord Krishna’s beloved, Radha ) sit together and abuse each other by the way of singing songs. Others throw colored powder and water on each other in while celebrating the festival of colors, Holi of Braj Region.
Started driving from Dharamshala to Shimla at around 12 at night and after 5 hours of continuous driving, I was not in a condition to drive. So i parked my car somewhere near Bilaspur, Himachal Pradesh and slept there for an hour and this was what I saw when I got up.