Landmark – Indian City Icons

India is known for its cities. Every city is unique in its own sense. Some cities are known as the pilgrim cities, some as the tea cities and some as the spice cities of India. Let me walk you through the lanes of these famous cities.

Indian Landmarks

Indian Illustration

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Landmark Icons by Aditya Dhotre is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License.
Based on a work at http://blog.adidhotre.com/landmark/.

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Pseudo Chennai

Pseudorealism Streets of Chennai in Pseudorealism

Pseudorealism, also spelled pseudo-realism, is a term used in a variety of discourses, connoting any artistic and dramatic technique, or work of art, film and literature based on non-realistic ideas but intended to be received by the viewer as based on reality.

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Inquisitive Traveller

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Legendary Ambassador

Ambassador

Ambassador

At 60 years, the Morris Oxford/HM Ambassador has the longest persistent run of any present generation car

At the point when Mexican production of the Volkswagen Type 1 Beetle stopped in 2003, the auto with the longest continuous production run (for the platform, not the model name) turned into the Morris Oxford II, which appeared in the UK for the 1954 model year and started production in India as the Hindustan Ambassador in 1958. Well the news today is that Hindustan Motors has closed down the solitary Ambassador plant comes as a shock to us.

The purposes behind the shutdown incorporate “mounting losses, scarcity of funds, growing indiscipline, low gainfulness, and so on.” Whatever may be the Ambassador car has created a benchmark by being in production since 60years.

Its an honour to pay a design tribute to a legendary car called ‘Ambassador’

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