Old lady from Darap(Sikkim) village.
This photograph is of
an old lady living in Sikkim, the western part of India. This picture shows
prominent cultural features of this state.
(Image source: Sukanto
Street Girl in Rajasthan.
Unfortunately, many people in
India live below-the-poverty-line. It is evident from this picture. The
photograph here is of a poor homeless-girl living on street in Rajasthan.
(Image source: massimo sbreni)
The photograph here shows the feet of a Tamil
bride getting ready for her wedding. The feet of this bride are adorned with a
silver anklet and Mehndi. Mehndi (henna) which is a prominent feature of Indian
(Image source: Raghuram Ashok)
This photograph shows the Hindu god, Shiva.
This bokeh photograph is taken in Hyderabad.
(Image source: Abhinay
Children Playing on Railway Track.
This photograph, taken in
Ahmedabad, shows children playing on the railway tracks. Many of these children
live in slums along the railway tracks.
(Image source: Urvish
The photograph below shows a
handkerchief seller wearing a worn-out suit trying to make a living.
source: Daniel Cheong)
seller is carrying the
ingredients of the dish he will sell outside public parks and bus-stands.
(Image source: Zane Yau)
The little girl captured in this
photograph is performing Bharat Natyam, a classic Indian dance form.
source: Ranga Krishna Tipirneni)
The farmer is chasing after his oxen (or
bullocks as they are called in India and Australia). These Oxen are used to
plough land by many farmers in India.
(Image source: Anoop Negi)
Camels in Rajasthan.
A local guy is running after his camel
trying to get them to move in the direction of home.
(Image source: Urvish
The photograph below shows a Rajasthani
woman in her traditional clothes.
(Image source: Urvish Joshi
Men at Work.
This photograph shows a local man filtering the
tea through four filter pans. This is completely normal as many tea-stalls use
cloth filter instead of steel filter to cut costs.
(Image source: Babul
There are a number of landmark buildings in India. Most of them are over 300
years old, but still, they don’t fail to leave a mark on one’s memories.
Most of these building host historic as well as religious values.
Victoria Terminus suburban railway station.
building was built in 1887 and looks more of an old castle than a railway
station. It has been renamed to Chatrapati Shivaji Terminus.
Bird’s eye View of Old Delhi.
This photograph shows the
most congested and busy part of Delhi. You can see the popular Red-Fort in the
(Image source: Mani Babbar)
Mecca masjid, Hyderabad.
Photograph showing pigeons feeding
over the corn people throw them in mosques like the Mecca masjid in Hyderabad.
(Image source: Yogesh Rao)
A woman cleaning the premises of India gate.
India gate is a popular piece of architecture and is a site for the “Tomb of
Unknown Soldiers” or
Amar Ajawan Jyoti
as it is locally referred to.
(Image source: Popeyee)