Oh Dear! This is India.

A series of flagrant pictures that depicts ‘India’ as it is – seizing the audacious and unabashed moments from the vibrant streets of India. I’m glad to share the first one here

Religion India

The veil of Religion! Apologize for the low resolution, this one was clicked from a mobile phone, it was so crowded that holding the camera was super risky!

People here are ardent followers of ‘Gods’ and their dedication includes all kinds of prayers, fasting, and what not!

This one was captured in the early hours (before 5.00 am) in a part of Indore city, it’s a custom to arrange a rally of Sirdi Sai Baba (as seen in the background) once in a year. The rally begins around 4.00 am and continues for 3 – 4 hrs.

Hope you enjoy the series.

 

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38 thoughts on “Oh Dear! This is India.

  1. Love it … it has an intense energy to it which feels very authentic 💛

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    • Thank you 🙂 Yeah the warmth of the lit diyas and red saree worn by that woman is adding lot of intensity and color..I wish I could get a clearer picture…

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      • Not an issue, buddy…
        We here in Traditional India, always see for Intention…
        Your Intention is Pure hearted, buddy…
        Lit a Diya (like Candle in Church) by your own in a room,
        Just sit – feel n Relax…
        (A way to chill for ignorant) but (Tratak in India, A deep Religious Uplifting way)
        https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tr%C4%81%E1%B9%ADaka
        Yet, Ignorance is bliss..
        You r going all way right.
        Enjoy

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      • Thank you ☺️☺️ I really like the concept of ‘Tratak’, I’m glad you mentioned it. Have a great relaxing weekend

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  2. Looking forward to seeing the various hues of Indian culture!

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  3. Oh yes! I know I’m going to enjoy this series 😊

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  4. One won’t find as many colors as in Indian customs and traditions. We seem to carry the brightest of the lot too 🙂

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  5. It’s going to be an interesting series for sure. Already looking forward to the next one!

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  6. The colors of India and their people were mesmerizing to me, I had to pinch myself each single day for the fact that I was in India, I totally fell in love with it. Feel free to visit my posts about India

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  8. Brilliant! Enjoying your pictures…keep them coming

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  9. Great blog, really interesting. Check out my blogs page if you get a chance 🙂

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  10. Awesome post !!

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  11. Interesting. 🙂 — Suzanne

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  12. Very nice post.
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  13. We lived for about five weeks in Pushkar, India on the sacred lake. It was an experience like no other. This photo brings back such heartwarming memories. I am excited to continue our discovery of India, as we are very close here in Sri Lanka we can fly there in an hour.

    Peta

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  14. Hey I’m from Indore, and seeing the beauty with all new perspective. The things you have perceived are precisely epic..#beautifulIndia #myIndia

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  15. Amazing!
    I’ve written my first post on Kolkata rain😊

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  16. Beautiful and mountain range looks like its of Uttrakhand.

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  17. Beautiful and Amazing Shots !
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    Thanks !

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  18. Wow😍…i am an indian still many cultures are unknown… Thanks for dis😍

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  20. That feeling, when the vibrant streets feel like you are back home! 🙂

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  21. Ishita Ghosal

    Very beautifully written

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  22. Yes This is India…beautifully expressed!!

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    Lovely post

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