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Rajasthan - Jaisalmer - Rajasthani portrait

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the last day in India was spectacular

Uttar Pradesh - Allahabad - Kumbh Mela - Sadhus

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We saw these freshly cultivated paddy fields on the train journey from Srinagar to Anantnag in Jammu and Kashmir, India.

 

Rice is the staple food in Kashmir. The summer month of July is the peak paddy sowing time. Agriculture activity was on in full swing in the entire state. It is a family activity, with every member contributing on the fields.

 

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Lolab Valley: Kashmir Unexplored

 

A day in Kokernag, Kashmir

 

Life and sights around Dal lake in Srinagar

 

People of the valley: Kashmir

 

Kids of the hills

Uttar Pradesh - Allahabad - Kumbh Mela - Sadhu

 

Nikon F3 / Kodachrome 64

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Famous "Lotus" temple in India. Since its inauguration to public worship in December 1986, the Bahá'í House of Worship in Delhi has, as of late 2002, attracted more than 50 million visitors, making it one of the most visited buildings in the world. Its numbers of visitors during those years surpassed those of the Eiffel Tower and the Taj Mahal. - Wikipedia

 

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Uttar Pradesh - Allahabad - Kumbh Mela - Puja

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Puja (Hinduism), a religious ritual performed by Hindus as an offering to various deities, distinguished persons, or special guests.

Allahabad - Kumbh Mela - Sadhu

 

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Agra (hindi: आगरा; urdu: آگرہ) es una ciudad situada a orillas del río Yamuna, en el estado de Uttar Pradesh, en la India. Fue la capital del Imperio mogol entre 1556 y 1658.

 

La ciudad fue fundada entre 1501 y 1504 por Sikandar Lodi, sultán de Delhi, que la convirtió en su capital. El primer emperador mogol, Babur, se refugió en esta ciudad después de luchar con Lodi en 1526. Akbar la convirtió en la capital oficial del imperio en 1556.

 

Entre mediados del siglo XVI a mediados del siglo XVII, durante los reinados de Akbar, Jahangir y Sha Jahan, la ciudad tuvo su máximo apogeo y esplendor. Sha Jahan ordenó construir el Taj Mahal en 1631, Más adelante la capital del imperio se trasladó a Delhi.

 

Tras la caída del Imperio mogol, los Jats en 1761, los rajputs de Gwalior en 1764, los Sindhia en 1784 y los británicos en 1803 residieron en la ciudad. Durante la revuelta de los cipayos de 1857 se desarrollaron diversas batallas sangrientas en el fuerte de Agra.

 

En la actualidad (2005) la ciudad recibe millones de visitantes cada año para visitar el mausoleo del Taj Mahal. Agra sufre una intensa contaminación atmosférica que está poniendo en serio peligro la conservación del patrimonio de la ciudad.

Madhya Pradesh - Orchha - Sadhu

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needs to be seen LARGE .. . was i making a Jigsaw puzzle ??

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I found Salvador Dali in India .. :)

Uttar Pradesh - Varanasi - Portrait pilgrim

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...a spiritual journey. I can`t forget this place...

Taj Mahal, Agra, India.

 

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India. Gujarat. Village around Hodka.

 

The tribe of Marwar Meghwal originate in Rajsthan and live around the Kutch.

Uttar Pradesh - Varanasi - Portrait Boy

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Zanskar is probably the most isolated valley in India and Phuktal is the remotest part of Zanskar.

 

The green fields are a rare sign of civilisation in the sparsely populated interiors of this Zanskar valley. This was the landscape en route Phuktal monastery.

 

The Phuktal monastery is the epitome of monks living high up in the mountains, detached from the rest of the world.

 

Read the full story of our visitto Phuktal monastery at Trek to Phuktal Monastery

 

Camera Canon EOS 5D, Taken on July 26, 2013

Forest Research Institute,Dehradun,Uttrakhand,India

India, Pushkar. A portrait of a beautiful girl wearing a pink sari, whom I met in Pushkar, where she came from a little village situated near Jaisalmer.

 

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Allahabad - Young Sadhu

 

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Kochin, Kerala (India)

Jammu & Kashmir, India

Countryside just outside Keoladeo National Park.

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