Monthly Archives: August 2016

India’s vibrant colors

My heart had been stolen, when I entered India,  by all those vibrant colors,  as a photographer it became a feast for my eye and my lens. I didn’t rest a moment to capture all the beauty, especially in the … Continue reading

Posted in Ahemadabad, Awareness, faces of Indian people, Lonely Planet India, paper making in Sanganer, portraits in India, Rajasthan India, Ranakpur, Sanganer, Travel photography, travelling on my own in India, Udaipur | 15 Comments

Humbled in Ahemadabad, India

Ahemadabad , the major city of Gujarat , is known for it’s many ancient temples. Devotions and prayers at temples are a daily routine to Indian’s people’s life.   Shoes lined up, before taking steps up to the holy temple. … Continue reading

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Independence Day in India

August 15th is observed as a National Holiday in India, the nation’s  independence  from the British Empire in 1947. That day Jawaharial Nehru, the first Prime Minister of India, raised the Indian National Flag above the Lahore Gate of the … Continue reading

Posted in A woman's travel in India, cultural traditions, Gratitude, Independence Day of India, India, Indian culture, Indian women, Jodhpur in India, portraits in India, Rajasthan India, Ranakpur, travelling on my own in India, tuk-tuk ride in Rajasthan, Udaipur, Udaipur in India, Uncategorized | 16 Comments

The Red in India

This is one of my favorite images from India. http://www.corneliaweber-photography.com  

Posted in India, Jodhpur in India, Lonely Planet India, Travel photography, travelling on my own in India, Uncategorized | 6 Comments