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When people with similar interests travel together they can create much more magic. Here, we organize photography tours for our students and faculties to various places inside and outside the state. A leadership quality, team spirit, adjustment and acceptance, all these factors is being developed in every individual through these educational tours. Every journey becomes meaningful and every Photograph rewinds the memories. As years goes on, we go on cherish these memories.
Vagamon, a hill station in Kerala is indeed one of the must visit places for tourists. The students had an interesting experience in Vagamon with its charm, very beautiful and spectacular views, twisting roads, pine forests, flowers, orchids and hilly landscapes. Vagamon with the three remarkable hills Thangal, Murugan and Kurisumala hills representating the three main religions in Kerala, i.e. Hindu, Muslim, and Christian represents the cultural harmony. It has facilities for mountaineering, rock climbing, paragliding and trekking. Key tourist centers such as Thekkady, Peermade and Kulamavu can be directly reached from Vagamon.
Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary (also known as Vembanad Bird Sanctuary) is situated at Kumarakom in Kottayam in Kerala, India on the banks of Vembanad Lake. Here, we had come across various species of migratory birds as we could move all around in the paths within the sanctuary. Apart from shooting in the sanctuary we also, enjoyed the boat ride in Vembanad Lake and along the Kavanar River.
The Rann of Kutch located in the Thar Desert in Gujarat consists of the large Salt marshes. Kutch is the district in Gujarat whereas Rann means the Salt marsh. One side of Rann of Kutch is covered by desert while on the other side there is a sea. It is known for bird watching and is the only place in India where wild ass can be found. Students and faculties of Creative Hut had a visit to this place to capture those beauties.
Udaipur city is referred in many ways. It is known as “the city of lakes”, “Venice of the East”, “the city of Dawn”, “most Romantic City of India” and is also known as “Kashmir of Rajasthan”. The journey to Udaipur through road was even better to view. Capturing some amazing sites in Udaipur including the Sun Set Point, made this tour to all of us a memorable one.
Dhari, is situated on the banks of the river Shetrunji in Gujarat. Journey to Dhari, kept students engaged to capture images of Dam, river and the natural surroundings found there.
Pavagadh hill station in Gujarat is a historical and religious destination. Pavagadh means “one fourth hills” as well as also known as called the “hill of hundred pools”. and forms the Champaner-Pavagadh Archeolgical Park. At the top of the hill is the temple of Goddess Kali “Kali Mata ka Mandir.” The monuments are situated at the foot of and around the Pavagadh hill.
The name Champaner was derived from Champa. Champaner is also called as "city of thousand wells". Champaner and Pavagadh together make Champaner-Pavagadh Archaeological Park which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and is located in Panchmahal district in Gujarat, India. There are eleven different types of buildings at Champaner-Pavagadh, which includes mosques, temples, tombs, wells, walls, and terraces.
One of the most colorful events, the Tarnetar festival is a fair held at the Tarnetar village of Gujarat. It is an annual festival in which the folk dances and folk music are the major attractions. We got an opportunity to visit this three days festival and capture some vibrant moments.