Today morning sketch with Pune Urban Sketchers at Jangali Maharaj temple, Pune. It’s a very old temple in Pune (late nineteenth century), named after a saint and freedom fighter, Sadguru Jangali Maharaj.
Prabhat road in Pune is home to many beautiful houses and bungalows made from stones and shingles. Though many of them are succumbing to modern high rises, this one still stands proud among lush greenery.
I clicked a photo of this one while passing by some weeks ago, and here it is, rendered using technical pens and (a tiny little bit of) black brush pen.
This is a rustic small road near Vitthalwadi Temple, Pune. Clicked this pic a couple of weeks ago when I visited the area.
Today morning at Viththalwadi Temple, Pune. Pen and Inks.
An idle scorching hot noon in one of the oldest part of Pune, India.
Today morning at Shanivar wada, with Pune Urban Sketchers. Shanivar wada was the centre of India’s political scene since nearly 50 years before 1818, after which the East India company took over.
This is a beautiful bunglow surrounded by lush foliage on Agriculture College road, Pune. My bike happens to have a flat tire right in front of this, and while I was getting it repaired, I got a few photographs with my phone cam. Yesterday I completed this using pen and ink.
Omkareshwar Temple, Pune. A view of part of the temple complex from the nearby river,