Haystack by Prabir Sen - This is how villagers in India stack hay. Stacking hay this way keeps the moisture away during the monsoon time, and the hay inside the stack remains fresh to be consumed by the cattle the villages own ..In olden times, the villagers used to stock their grains within this cottage like hay hut for the same reason. But now most of the grains they grow are sold and the rest are kept in nylon woven bags for their own consumption. Click on the image to enlarge.
An ancient Indian sculpture - The story of Indian art and sculpture dates back to the Indus valley civilization of the 2nd and 3rd millennium BC. These articles indicate the level of achievement that Indian art had attained in those days.
Darjeeling's green beauty - Perched amidst its greenery, tea gardens in Darjeeling's landscapes depicts the splendor of nature at its best.
The charming lady awaits her turn - It is 14th April & this day is celebrated as the first day of the New Year for Bengalis in West Bengal in India. It is a day to celebrate ...
Roadside cafes - Roadside cafes at Taki in West Bengal, India. Taki is a small township by the bank of the river Ichamoti separating India from Bangladesh. Taki is about 75 Km from Kolkata and is considered to be a picnic town. Taki is full of tourists right from October till March every year, and it was 10 deg C at Taki when I was there from 24th to 26th December 2012 ..