Now that I am working on the 52 Photowalks Project, I am constantly on the lookout for heritage walks and photo walks happening in the city. Seek Sherpa’s Galliyon Ke Raja was my first such.

It was great fun. Like walking around the Streets of Old City looking for subjects was not enough of an out-of-my-comfort-zone moment, there was this whole ‘Street Photography’ tag attached to it too! But, luckily for me, it was a great first. I even got to learn quite a bit on controlling the camera and understanding lenses better from the very helpful and nice ‘sherpa’ conducting the micro-tour (as they call it).

Now, no more words. I believe and hope that this time around, just the pictures are enough to tell a tale.

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Posted by:Neeharika Satyavada

I am Neeharika Satyavada, weekend wanderer & explorer, the blogger behind Map In My Pocket. I love telling passionate stories about off-the-grid road trips, art & craftsmanship, culture, food, cities, et al. I also believe that I was born again in the Himalayas and harbour an eternal love for these mountains. Thanks for coming along on this visual journey with me, I do hope you enjoy the ride. :)

12 replies on “Heart of Hyderabad: Old City

  1. These photos truly represent the lanes & bylanes of the old parts of a city….makes one feel so much at home 🙂
    Noticed the Hand of Fatima in one of the photos!!

    1. You always notice the right thing!! That one was the special one for me on this walk. We were standing on the road and waiting to take some panning shots of the traffic and I noticed this. ☺️

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