Category Archives: temples in India

Steps and staircases can lead you …..

    ” Faith is taking the first step, even when you don’t see the whole staircase”                                               – Martin Luther King Each step taking in gratitude is a step forward to our awareness…..   ….even we can’t see the bigger picture … Continue reading

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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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Windows in India

  Most of those window images were taken in grand palaces of India , Rajasthan. At the “Palace of Winds” in Jaipur. Those windows were built for the princess and women at the palace, who lived an enclosed live in … Continue reading

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You are the space……..

” Who you are is the space behind your thoughts”                                                                       – E. Tolle ” Walk with who you are, with yourself” ” Openings in any shape are an opportunity to open our minds”     ” Your space within … Continue reading

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Soul devotions in India….

” When you do things from your soul, you feel a river moving within you”       – Rumi During my trip  in India, Rajashtan, I witnessed so much devotion of the Indian people as their daily practice. A … Continue reading

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Doors and windows of India, Rajasthan

Walking through little alleys and side streets in Rajasthan, seemed  like opening a treasure box. Every morning starting out for a new adventure I had to double check my camera equipment making sure taking two fully charged batteries and two … Continue reading

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Entering a temple in India, taking off your shoes

Out of respect to any religion in Rajasthan, India, once you enter  any temple one needs to take off your shoes. Some temples offer some cover for your feed, I had always a pair of old socks with me to … Continue reading

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