Weekly Photo Challenge: Boundaries

The Village Inorbit Mall Hyderabad

My wife and i had visited this restaurant ‘Village – The Soul of India’ in Inorbit Mall, Hyderabad, where they serve delicious Indian food. As the name suggests, the restaurant has the ambiance of a typical Indian village. You can pose in front of the camera in front of the set of a police station, or a railway station, or a village water-well, or an auto-rickshaw. There is much more than these. Puppet show on the tunes of popular Rajasthani folk songs and Bollywood numbers steal the hearts of not only children but even of the grown-ups. At certain times of the day, games like musical chair and Indian dance performances are organized for the guests.

To spice up your experience, you can gormandize on a variety of Indian delicacies from various Indian states. This place is a perfect venue to spend time with your family when you want to satiate your taste buds and have some fun.

I took this shot during one of my visits to the restaurant when one of the worker was working behind this made-up window. For this week challenge, i thought this can be a good entry for boundaries. 

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18 Responses to Weekly Photo Challenge: Boundaries

  1. Beautiful post and awesome pic

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  2. Quite a different take on the theme, Suyash 🙂

    Beautiful image 🙂

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  3. Janice says:

    Sounds like quite an entertaining restaurant! 😊

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  4. Oh, good to know that the one in Hyderabad serves delicious food – the one in Bombay is terrible!

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  5. yhealthy2000 says:

    Interesting place. Nice photo.

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  6. Merillion says:

    Great concept photo! The man might drink too much, drive, & end up behind bars.
    Love this one.
    Marilyn

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  7. smilecalm says:

    wonderful knowing others
    are only behind
    illusionary bars 🙂

    Liked by 3 people

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