Inside the Bangalore City Market, there was a section of stalls selling religious products and supplies. Usually, one will find tall conical mounds of multi-coloured powder carefully compressed on large metal base plates for display. The powder is used by devotees in Hindu religious ceremonies.

History has it that the Krishna Rajendra Market used to be a battlefield in 1791 during the Third Anglo-Mysore war. It was a buffer zone then that was later turned into a small market place. Eventually in 1921, the market building was built and named after Krishna Rajendra Maharaja of Mysore.

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Hello... I Am Josh

A Travel Writer & Photographer from South East Asia

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Josh For some, it's shopping therapy. Others, movie therapy. Yet more, reading therapy. For me, it's writing therapy.
Why writing? When I travel, I enjoy first-hand the experience like in shopping therapy. But when I write about my travels, I live vicariously the experience again, as if like a movie sequel (or more like GroundHog Day, except that this is fun!). Yes, writing evokes the memories, the fun and the not-so-fun but all-in-all it gives the satisfaction of reliving the sense of place once more.
With images, it enhances the experience down one's travel memory lane. With this in mind, I hope to share my travel stories in words and images with you. For your escape therapy! More...

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