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Bombay, 1972 | Bishop William Gomes of Poona, India. As secr… | Flickr

Bombay, 1972 | Bishop William Gomes of Poona, India. As secr… | Flickr

Great Wall of India– The Kumbalgarh Fort. This is the second largest continuous wall on the whole planet. There are 360 Hindu Temples within the fort complex, along with the Maharaja's Grand Palace, Yet bewilderingly, it is still little known outside of India!

The Great Wall of India

Great Wall of India– The Kumbalgarh Fort. This is the second largest continuous wall on the whole planet. There are 360 Hindu Temples within the fort complex, along with the Maharaja's Grand Palace, Yet bewilderingly, it is still little known outside of India!

"Nations fall behind him, the rivers crawl to find him..mountains move just to let him through...come and never leave him, just let your heart believe him. never let his light go...never let your love grow dim."

"Nations fall behind him, the rivers crawl to find him..mountains move just to let him through...come and never leave him, just let your heart believe him. never let his light go...never let your love grow dim."

Myanmar Five celebrities will take part in the ASEAN-India Car Rally 2012 on November second year. This was stated by Myanmar Film Organization (MMPO), Tuesday (23/10). event was in commemoration of the 20th anniversary of ASEAN-India Friendship. Events scheduled to take place from 25 November to 20 December.

Myanmar Five celebrities will take part in the ASEAN-India Car Rally 2012 on November second year. This was stated by Myanmar Film Organization (MMPO), Tuesday (23/10). event was in commemoration of the 20th anniversary of ASEAN-India Friendship. Events scheduled to take place from 25 November to 20 December.

Kumbhalgarh Fort– The Great Wall of India. Overshadowed by its neighbour to the east, this is the second largest continuous wall on the whole planet. Yet bewilderingly, it is still little known outside of India!

Kumbhalgarh Fort– The Great Wall of India. Overshadowed by its neighbour to the east, this is the second largest continuous wall on the whole planet. Yet bewilderingly, it is still little known outside of India!

Great Wall of India– The Kumbalgarh Fort. This is the second largest continuous wall on the whole planet. There are 360 Hindu Temples within the fort complex, along with the Maharaja's Grand Palace, Yet bewilderingly, it is still little known outside of India!

The Great Wall of India

Great Wall of India– The Kumbalgarh Fort. This is the second largest continuous wall on the whole planet. There are 360 Hindu Temples within the fort complex, along with the Maharaja's Grand Palace, Yet bewilderingly, it is still little known outside of India!

India’s pacemen made early inroads into Sri Lanka’s second innings on the fourth morning of the first test on Saturday More…

India’s pacemen made early inroads into Sri Lanka’s second innings on the fourth morning of the first test on Saturday More…

Vijaya Nagara, India | Centuries-old temples and statues surround Hampi, in southwest India, making up what’s left of the once-powerful city...

Vijaya Nagara, India | Centuries-old temples and statues surround Hampi, in southwest India, making up what’s left of the once-powerful city...

Their tails up after an easy outing against hosts Sri Lanka, India would like to keep the winning momentum going when they take on arch-rivals Pakistan in their second warm-up game in Colombo on Monday ahead of the ICC World #Twenty20 beginning on September 18.

Their tails up after an easy outing against hosts Sri Lanka, India would like to keep the winning momentum going when they take on arch-rivals Pakistan in their second warm-up game in Colombo on Monday ahead of the ICC World #Twenty20 beginning on September 18.

Shinichi Maruyama hurls black India ink into water (or visa versa) and photographs the millisecond that these two liquids collide. Capable of capturing this phenomenon at a 7,500th of a second, Maruyama takes full advantage of a recent advancement in strobe light technology which can record physical events faster than the naked eye can perceive them.

Shinichi Maruyama hurls black India ink into water (or visa versa) and photographs the millisecond that these two liquids collide. Capable of capturing this phenomenon at a 7,500th of a second, Maruyama takes full advantage of a recent advancement in strobe light technology which can record physical events faster than the naked eye can perceive them.

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