India has many regions and generally you can describe the Indian Regions as East India, North India, North East India, South India and West India, yet these regions, each of them are still very big regions. To the locals, these regions are divided into different… Read More
India is big and very diverse; thus it is hard to see India from one region only. Recently I just came back from India, and as usual, I brought back a lot of photographs, however, I don’t believe that a weeks visit will capture the whole country, as I only went there for Holi Festival, which I didn’t really manage to capture the festival. The other “classic” tour of India, The Golden Triangle – (Delhi, Jaipur, Agra and back) which is the tourist name of the area but to the local Indian, they don’t know that this name exists.
These are a few posts from India:
I think these do not represent the diversity and the real India enough, (as nobody can) as there are so many other places in India that I have to see…
Map of India:
So, what’s it like to see the streets of Delhi? Well, I must say that Delhi is just like any other city in a developing country, dusty, polluted and chaotic. But don’t get me wrong, that is the fun of living in a big city,… Read More
One of the reasons I wanted to visit India was the colours and its rich architecture vocabulary and off course it’s literature about Mahabaratha and Ramayana. To make the visit more colourful, I decided to go there during the Holi festival, the origin of the … Read More
I haven’t post any stories about my latest visit to India yet, but this is what I think one of my best photographs from India as the start of my India posts. The Reflection of the Taj Mahal