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A traveler enjoying to be photographed by a Folk dance performer before their show.
The Ranpa is a special kind of dancing phenomenon observed in India which has its roots in martial arts. In this dance the artists walk and dance, perform mock fights and exhibit complex skills.
Kids dressing as Indian King and Queen in a road show.
Here the Gods are in action, but humorously. Technically those two are fighting with each other to provide fun and joy amongst the onlooker. Traditionally in Indian mythology God comes down to Earth s
Indian Air Force people are marching, while Folk Performing Artists are singing and Playing Instruments in the Desert.
The string puppet player is organizing his puppets before the show to make them ready to perform. The silent spectators are watching the act in awe and surprise.
Turk celebrates the Republic Day.
A girl of an Indian Village creating a  form of design intervention. During harvesting season, they decorate their homes, perform various rituals to please the God of Agriculture so that harvesting se
Women from different walks of life come over throughout the year to offer prayers to the sea as a part of their respective religious festivals and belief. There is a strong connection between religiou
Women from different walks of life come over throughout the year to offer prayers to the sea as a part of their respective religious festivals and belief. There is a strong connection between religiou
Monks from all over India come over and celebrate the "Ganga Sagar Mela" festival with regular religious rituals along with devotees. Religion has a close association with Rivers of India. This festiv
They say there is always a gap existing between what is told and untold. The art of communication lies in its basic warm, human ingredient of building bridges between the told and untold, across vario
An old man with caring hands trying to feel the essence of yesteryear.
Beggars in colorful dresses in the Streets of Jaisalmer Fort, Rajasthan, India.
Ajunior artist of Kumartuli, the very place that prepares Idol of God, covering Goddess Durga after the job been finished.
a tree against the moon
sticks against the sunset
A different sunset
colors of ocean water striking seashore stones
Clark Kent
Springtime walk on the beach in Point Reyes.
Sasha's grin
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Monks from all over India come over and celebrate the "Ganga Sagar Mela" festival with regular religious rituals along with devotees. Religion has a close association with Rivers of India. This festiv

Monks from all over India come over and celebrate the "Ganga Sagar Mela" festival with regular religious rituals along with devotees. Religion has a close association with Rivers of India. This festival is taking place in the Ganges Delta.

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Date Taken: 01.2012
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