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Parade of sadhus at the Kumbh Mela Festival
Parade of sadhus at the Kumbh Mela Festival

One of the most amazing things to witness at the Kumbh Mela festival is the parade of sadhus (monks). The parade takes place on the main bathing just before the auspicious time for the dip in the holy Ganges river. Monks parade from their tented areas in thousands to the river. Here are a collect...

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Rajasthan – Shades of Brown and Red
Rajasthan – Shades of Brown and Red

Going through my archive of photos I came across these images that I had taken a couple of years back in Rajasthan, India. Most of these photos were shot on the outskirts of Jodhpur in small villages. I applied a particular style to these images to give them the look that they have below. These&h...

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Children of Rajasthan (India) Part 2
Children of Rajasthan (India) Part 2

On July 6th I did a blog post of photos of Indian children I photographed in the little town of Nagaur in northern Rajasthan. Here are a few more photos of kids from that town. The town truly is in the middle of the desert and the only highlight besides the wonderful people is the…

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People of Nagaur, Rajasthan (India)
People of Nagaur, Rajasthan (India)

I enjoyed my time in the little town of Nagaur. Located 2 hours north of Jodhpur in state of Rajasthan, India, Nagaur is a little oasis in the desert with literally nothing around it. And there is nothing to do in this town other meets its people and get a flavor of local life. And…

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Children of Rajasthan, India
Children of Rajasthan, India

I’m in a little town 2 hours north of Jodhpur in the state of Rajasthan, North India. On an excursion yesterday evening in town I encountered so many children with bright smiling faces and sweet shyness. Here’s a small collection of photos for now. Thanks for a great evening kids!

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South Indian Cooking Class
South Indian Cooking Class

As part of our south Indian cooking class that we has organized we learned about the different types of rice dishes that are prepared in the region. Well, we learned about three dishes at least. They were the curry leaf rice, tomato rice and lemon rice. And the best part is that we got to…

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Worship at the Madurai Meenakshi Temple, India (Part 3)
Worship at the Madurai Meenakshi Temple, India (Part 3)

This is part 3 of our series of posts on the Madurai Meenakshi temple in Tamil Nadu state in South India. Today’s images show Hindus worshiping in the temple. From statues carved into pillars to small shrines tucked away along the long corridors to the sanctum sanctorum, there is no shortag...

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Hanuman, Hinduism’s beloved Mahadeva (Part 2)
Hanuman, Hinduism’s beloved Mahadeva (Part 2)

Morning at the Madurai Meenakshi Temple. Tamil Nadu, South India. (Part 2) Within the walls of Madurai’s famed Meenakshi temple we explore the area in front of the Siva Sanctum. The pillars in this area are amazing in beauty and in size, and probably the best in the entire temple. Most of t...

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