Category Archives: Indian culture

Solitude is Independance..

……” Solitude is Independence ”         A poem by Hermann Hesse   Ranakpur, Rajasthan at the Jain temple , rebuilt in the 15th century All images posted on this blog are under the copyright of the owner Cornelia Weber Photography. Any … Continue reading

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Happy Independence Day of India

August 15th, 1947 the Independence Day of India, from the United Kingdom, a national holiday celebrated in India Happy anniversary to you India, it’s been 70 years. Delhi’s palace, a palace right across the Red Palace where the Independence Day … Continue reading

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The difference………. how well we walk through fire

” The difference between a good life and a bad life is how well we walk through the fire”                                                  – C.G. Jung Images are captured in Haridwar at the Ganges river   All images on this post are entirely under … Continue reading

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Doors in India

      Doors have always been one of my curiosities in my photography work, as well windows, but that will be another post. As I always wonder what’s going on behind doors, the interior of a place,  the happiness or sadness … Continue reading

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Ceremony of cleansing at the Ganghes river

Before entering the daily ceremony of devotion at the Ganghe River in Haridwar, India,  men and young boys get their heads shaved. This ceremony takes place every day, in Haridwar. It holds a long tradition of believe in devotion and honoring the deceased … Continue reading

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Street vendors in Rajasthan, India

Indian’s  are amazing business people. Every corner in the streets is filled with vendors of any kind you can’t imagine. Barbers, spices, fruit and vegetable stands, clothes and tailors, shoe soles and  welders. It is a hard business after an … Continue reading

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Happy Diwali, a Hindu festival in India

Diwali is a Hindu festival of lights. It’s  a five day long festival celebrated all over India with a great zeal.  Homes are lighted up with clay diyas to expell darkness and ensure prosperity. Each year the people of India … Continue reading

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