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The farmlands of Kutch

The farmlands of Kutch by Mohanakumar

Posted on 2014-01-10

The farmlands of 'salt marsh' across the western Kutch region of Bhuj, Gujrat, India.

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Flying cranes

Cranes by Max

Posted on 2014-01-06

Taken near our beach...lots of cranes............

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To Fire

To Fire by Devi

Posted on 2013-11-11

These young boys are training to become Priests. They are performing a Fire ritual

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girl scrubs utensils on hoogli bank

The Golden Child... by Pavan Kaul

Posted on 2013-03-16

God is merciful...this child probably has no idea that there is a life outside of her poverty ridden existence. No wonder she gifted me such a lovely, sweet smile! Can there be anything more generous? Such honor, such courage! She taught me something I shall always remember.

“Sometimes our light goes out, but is blown again into instant flame by an encounter with another human being.”
~ Albert Schweitzer

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Top of a hill at Dandeli

Top of a hill at Dandeli by Shuva Brata Deb

Posted on 2013-01-09

We went to Dandeli to do whiter water rafting last November staying at Old Magazine House. Out there there is a 30 minute trek up the hill where you can see 4 rivers merging at the Supa Dam. Beautiful place to spend the evening and see the sun going down.

This picture was taken by keeping the camera almost at the ground, lens wide open without any view finder usage. Imagine taking a blind shot by holding your camera near your ankle.

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HAVAN.

HAVAN. by PRASHANT

Posted on 2011-01-20

Havan (also Havana, Havanam) is the term for a sacred purifying ritual in Hinduism that involves a fire ceremony. It is a ritual of sacrifice made to the fire god Agni.

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Peking Duck

Peking Duck - 5 of 16 by Ajay

Posted on 2009-08-23

This one was my favorite. Not only for the way it tasted but also the way you have to prepare it before each serving.

When my boss was in India, I took him to a Chinese Restaurant to eat Peking Duck for dinner. After dinner, he told me - you come to China and I'll show you what a real Peking duck tastes like. And last week, I realized what he was saying - there can be no better way than the Chinese way of preparing a Peking Duck.

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Shree, Varali and Shankarabharanam

Shree, Varali and Shankarabharanam by Sriram

Posted on 2014-01-09

Abhishek presented yet another brilliant 3 hour concert here in Madipakkam where he sang a submain in Shree followed by a gripping Varali and a fantastic Shankarabharanam main "Sree Dakshinamurthe". Great Kalpanaswarams and Alapana. Loved the short and sweet Virutham in Keeravani, Yadukulakhamboji and Sindhubhairavi.

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Victoria Memorial in the fog

Victoria Memorial in the fog by Shuva Brata Deb

Posted on 2013-12-29

I took this picture using a mid-level Samsung Mobile while running around this place early in the morning. I briefly stopped for a few seconds, took this shot and continued running.

I have been thinking of visiting this place with my SLR, but this picture made me think: What is the need to shame an SLR?

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innocence

innocence by prashant

Posted on 2013-01-11

innocence

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The Buddha..

The Buddha.. by Bibhudatta

Posted on 2012-02-05

A place known as "Buddha Pyramid" in Karnataka, India. The center has the tallest Pyramid in the world that is meant for "Yoga" only. They say a Pyramid is the best place to perform Yoga as it generates a tremendous amount of positive energy inside it !

The art performed by Buddha in this image is called "Zen", which is the Japanese pronunciation of the Chinese character "Chan," which is in turn the Chinese translation from the Indian Sanskrit term "Dhyana," which means meditation.

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Children's Day Jawaharlal Nehru

Children's Day in India by Sam

Posted on 2010-11-14

In India, Children's Day is celebrated on November 14, after the birthday of Jawaharlal Nehru, the first Prime Minister of India after independence. Nehru had an extreme love for children. Nehru worked passionately for the welfare of children and youngsters . He was keen about welfare, education, and development of children in India. He was fond of children and thus became popular as "Chacha Nehru" (Uncle Nehru) among his little admirers.

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School children poor India joy happy innocent kids

School children. by Shuva Brata Deb

Posted on 2006-10-13

Yesterday I and some of our colleagues went one of the schools that my company was sponsoring as a socially conscious corporate body. The children in the school are mostly unprivileged, struggling to make a place for themselves in the future.

Apart from some formal stuff, we also celebrated Depawali (festival of lights) and had a great experience mingling with them.

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untitled child posing

untitled child posing by danthro

Posted on 2014-01-03

Above, a rowdy (hence the kid running in the background) bunch of boys saw me with my camera at a parade and kept begging to be photographed.

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Pure Hearts

Pure hearts.. by Devi

Posted on 2013-11-01

These jasmines have lovely fragrance. A flower that symbolizes love, purity and devotion...
My Offerings to the Cosmic Dancer ......especially for today November 1st.:)))..Birthday Greetings:)))
This shot means a lot for me as this day is the Birthday of a wonderful human being whom God brought into my life almost two years ago. The white jasmines represent devotion and pure love.

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Embracing the Ganges!

Embracing the Ganges! by Sriram

Posted on 2013-04-23

A 5 year old boy dives into the Ganges at the Manikarnika Ghats, Varanasi.

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Street side magic

Shipyard Shaman by glenn

Posted on 2013-01-30

In India, shipyards owned by other countries hire men for vey little. For the workers this money is needed. They will endure undesirable conditions and pain to survive. They come from all over Asia and even Muslim regions on the globe.

Here a Shaman begins his spirit work to remove bit of splintered metal from this grimacing man's eye socket.

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In praise of the prophet

In praise of the prophet by Sriram

Posted on 2012-04-09

The peace loving Muslims of Jama Masjid, Delhi

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Sea Shells

Sea Shells - 6 of 16 by Ajay

Posted on 2009-08-24

Now something about the sea food. I have eaten something like this in India called Tisariya. But these ones are really big with more meat inside.

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