Some Great Photos: Silhouetted Rainfall behind my room and Amaltas tree-lined Yellow JNU

Written by vik

Topics: Campus, Life, Photography

These are some of the interesting photos from my hostel room and the JNU Campus that I shot some months ago with my Sony W55 digital camera. The images will take some time in loading, needless to say.

Rainfall captured behind my room, Sabarmati Hostel, JNU [6 photos]

The following photos were shot from the balcony of my room in late May 2009, time about 7: 30 pm. The  light is the streetlight on the topmost floor of the hostel! I guess these are my best pics ever! 😀

Rainfall in night JNU

Rainfall JNU

Rainfall Delhi JNU

Rainfall in night, Delhi JNU

Rainfall in Delhi night

Rainfall in night JNU Delhi

Beautiful JNU Campus: Amaltas tree-lined Yellow JNU in Summer season [5 pics]

From the Kendriya Vidyalaya [KV] campus near the Sabarmati Hostel to the Administration building of JNU campus, the roads are lined with Amaltas trees [Indian Laburnum on either side and it looks so beautiful. They were not in full bloom when I had captured them in late May 2009 but it’s still quite captivating.  I just love yellow colour! JNU may be Red but it is all Yellow in summer, at least this stretch!  🙂

Amaltas trees JNU campus

JNU campus beauty

JNU Campus environment trees

JNU Campus greenery

That’s JNU Administrative building popularly called the JNU admn. block! Note the wall posters, a common feature of JNU campus.


Related posts and links [click on them]:

  1. JNU Holi celebrations

  2. JNU Caves documentation

  3. JNUMC Rishikesh River Rafting trip

  4. JNU’s Hotel-like hostel [Koyna Hostel]

  5. Delhi zoo website by me

  6. Read all posts in the JNU Category on this blog.

  7. See more JNU Pics in my Flickr album

  8. See photos of my cute and beautiful room in the hostel


17 Comments Comments For This Post I'd Love to Hear Yours!

  1. passfaster says:

    beautiful photos , i love rain .

  2. sanjay kumar says:

    Oh ! Really, Few things make JNU worth. You cud sense them. Great !!!

  3. Smitha Kumaran says:

    Wonderful snaps!!!!!

  4. Smitha Kumaran says:

    The Amaltas tree is simply marvellous!

  5. Ambika says:

    Hii Vikas…
    Awesome images.. I love rain!!! 😀 I had a rain splash at midnight a few days ago.. 😛
    Btw.. Just peeped in to say ” I still exist!!” 😛

  6. Aryan's Mom says:

    Not only a writer a phtographer too!!! Amazing pictures Vikas…

    Aryan’s mom

  7. Dev says:

    Wow man…ur a pro man.
    JNU is a nice place to be…have visited a few times.
    Lucky you… 🙂

  8. paro says:

    hi vikas,
    awesum pics. keep it up.
    u know wht, since JNU is made up of red brick buldings, the contrast is more prominent with the beautiful amaltas bloom

  9. Vikas Gupta says:

    Thank you Ambika, Aryan’s mom, Dev and Paro!

  10. kuni says:

    ya Bikas our JNU is just like a heaven for us

  11. Kiran says:

    Beautiful photos of the rain, cloth clippers and street light 🙂 I like the different angles and effect’s you’ve shown in each photo.

  12. Gagan Panigrahi says:

    Recently I have been busy writing a poem about JNU in Oriya. I wanted to write about those beautiful yellow flowers. I googeled it and found your pictures and then description. I became nostalgic. Thank you friend. Your pictures brought my 30 years back memory when I first entered JNU for life science program. Enjoy and be proud as a JNUite.
    Gagan Panigrahi
    From Toronto, Canada

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