Wednesday, January 27, 2010

A book on Digital Photography written by Madhurja Das

“Sampurna Digital Photography”- authored by Mr. Madhurja Das is a noble, methodical analysis on Digital Photography with simple and easy language that is indeed a handsome projection in an exhaustive way, to which the author deserves applause commendation. It is a rare presentation in Assamese language. The book reflected in all aspects on Digital Photography and this seems to be an idealistic one. It is worthy to say that the Digital Photography, of late, has become a very popular vision that showers recognisation and helps in gaining the momentum. This Book is expected to be very much useful to the ongoing readers. It will amount to be a handbook to the readers and here I am expressing my keen good will and hope this will be helpful to many.

Profile: Madhurja Das is a teacher by profession residing at Howly Town of Barpeta District, Assam. He holds a diploma in Journalism and has a deep passion for photography. Beside this he is very much fond of writing.

“Sampurna Digital Photography”A book on Digital Photography written by Madhurja Das Published by K.D. Publications, Howly1st Edition: January 2010Price Rs. 50

Saturday, January 23, 2010

The completion of 10,000 visitors inspires me to step ahead with more promises

Another year has arrived again, and with this, my blog has completed 10,000 visitors. It feels my mind with pleasure by seeing my blog crossed three years. And, I would not leave this chance to Thanks to you all (My dear friends, bloggers and the entire fmXT family members from BIGB Blog) for the great support.

Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Trip to Astha Nature's Home

On a very foggy day i.e. 15th of January, I simply raised up deciding to go somewhere an interesting place. I along with my cousin then started our journey to Astha Nature's Home, near Bamungaon Hill, which is few kms away from Abhayapuri Town. The place is so exciting that I fell in love with its site. While entering the park you could see a beautiful wooden Cottage surrounded by an amazing pond. A variety of trees along with seasonal flowers were blooming all around the pond, which left the pond looks very charming. Pigeons are seen sitting at the edge of the trees give our mind a homely feeling.

How to reach:-
The nearest railway station is New Bongaigaon which is just 30 minutes (22km) to reach the exciting place
Nearest Airport- Lokopriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport, Guwahati
Distance from Astha 160km

Contact @ Astha Nature’s Tour & Travels
Enjoy the Beauty of Nature in the lap of ASTHA NATURE’s HOME

Near Bamungaon Hill, P.O. Abhayapuri, Dist. Bongaigaon,
Pin- 783384, Assam, India

Astha Nature Camp Promo

A Beautiful Wooden Cottage near the Pond

Pond at Astha Nature Home Site

Reflection of Trees At Pond

Planation at the Pond Site

Rest Place

Wooden Cottage Front Side Look

Wooden Cottage @ Astha Nature's Home

Top Floor Veranda of Wooden Cottage

A View From Top Floor Berandha of Wooden Cottage I

A View From Top Floor Veranda of Wooden Cottage II
poster at astha nature’s home

A look At the Garden Astha Nature Home

Pigeons at the Top of a Rest House at Astha Nature Home Site

@6.30 P.M.

photography by me with my SONY W55

Varsities of Pithaas, Larus, Doi (Curd) & Cream of the Assamese Culture of Assam

at my home

Photography Part II

the branches with a small dew drop on it

Photography Part I

photography on 15th January 2010

Mahamaya Dham & Mahamaya Snaanghat Temple

About 30-35 kms away east from the Dhubri town, the temple Mahamaya Dham is situated,
which is next to Kamakhya Than (Guwahati) and Madan-Mohan (Cooch Behar) in its attraction to the pilgrims and tourists. It was originally worshipped by the Kacharis,Koches and Nath etc. peoples. They worshipped the famous Goddess Mahamaya, which was the presiding deity
of the Jaminder of Parvatjowar. But, slowly with the passage of time the mother "Mahamya" is being worshipped by all the hindu peoples also.

Followed by the Mahamaya Temple another place of worship i.e. Mahamaya Snaanghat Temple, which is situated few kms away from the main temple. In the ancient period, it is the place where the Goddess Mahamaya used to take bath. From that moment the place came to be known as Mahamaya Snaanghat Temple.
For the world Peace, a "Shakti Yagya" is always performed by the priests at the temple.

The venue took place at the Mahamaya Snaanghat Temple, Khoraghaat, Bogoribari. The Yagya

is performed every year and this time 28, 29, 30th of January 2010.

The entrance of the temple

Temple built in a large area

Animals here killed for ritual purpose

Priests performing the Puja at the temple

The Main Temple

Shiva Temple

at Mahamaya Dham

Mahamaya Dham

The rest house of the Mahamaya Snaanghat Temple