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Monday, April 27, 2015

Deodorant Displays

Deos displayed.
Deodorant Display

Deodorants displayed in a cluttered shop

Deodorants in a shop

Deodorants Display

Friday, April 17, 2015

Rajasthanis - the old and the new

An imposing mustache on a Palace guard in Udaipur.

Man with mouchtache

A local man juxtaposed against a Raja's painting.

Man and Raja

A tourist outside a palace gate in Udaipur.

Tourist and Palace door

More posts about people from Rajasthan: Old Rajasthani lady or Palanquin or Doli, which has a Rajasthani bride traveling to the wedding venue or a Rajasthani Bridegroom on horse or check out any of the labels below this post.

Friday, April 10, 2015

Bridegroom on horse

These are a few photographs taken in Pushkar, Rajasthan, of a bridegroom atop a horse, in a baraat. It is a traditional custom in North India for the bridegroom to travel on a horse to reach the house of the bride. Family and friends accompany the bridegroom in a procession which often includes a live band. Dancing and singing in the streets during the wedding procession is the traditional way. Fireworks are common.

The procession takes place in the evening. It's a crowded street and the procession blocks the road.

wedding procession

The baraat making its way through a crowded market.

Bridegroom on a horse

A closer look at the bridegroom in his splendour


You might also like Palanquin or Doli, which has a Rajasthani bride traveling to the wedding venue.
Another post about Rajasthanis: Old Rajasthani lady.
Or check out any of the labels below this post.

Friday, April 3, 2015

Pune Tekdi

When you say Tekdi (Hill), any Punekar will know what you are talking about. There are many such tekdis (hills) in Pune, and they offer a respite from the crowds and pollution. Punekars climb these tekdis regularly and it is not just an exercise routine but also a spiritual experience in a way.

On top of the Tekdi.

Top of the Hill

Jogging path.

Pathway on the Hill

Sun rise from a Pune Tekdi. It's a world in itself.

Sunrise from a Pune Hill

Vishram Bag Wada Pune - Photos or check out all the photos on Pune.
Serene scenes from the life of rural India or check out all the photographs on Nature and Scenery.