A sadhu, or a holy man seen at a railway station enroute Jaipur in Rajasthan, India
Website | Instagram | Pinterest | tumblr | Facebook | Twitter He was waiting on Sawai Madhopur Railway Station, barefoot and carrying just a small sling bag (jhola) and a metal water container, known as kamandalu. He sure had mastered the art of traveling light!
Pimploli village, Pune, India
website | tumblr | Facebook | Twitter This place is near Bapu’s Agro Tourism Centre, around 35kms from the city of Pune in Maharashtra, India. Surrounded by green mountains and the backwaters of local dams, it is an easy weekend getaway specially during the monsoon for people form Pune and surrounding cities looking for a feel of rural India. We visit the Bapu’s Agro Tourism Centre, every year, and the visit is always refreshing. The day is spent roaming around in the woods, visiting the…
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Children on the street at Rangdum, Kashmir, India
Website | Instagram | Pinterest | tumblr | Facebook | Twitter Rangdum is a tiny hamlet just before the start of Zanskar, one of remotest valley in India. It has around ten houses, a couple food stalls (travelers usually halt here for lunch) and a few guest houses (again, for travelers who want to halt for the night). The village is essentially a definition of "in the middle of nowhere". These kids were playing near a village stupa when we halted for lunch. We wondered what their lives must…