Technically, he’s a dry grocer (pansari). Ubiquitous in my parents generation and now increasingly rare thanks to organized retail (including online). I spotted him in a weekly market in Delhi devoted to fruits and vegetables. Taken with a mobile phone, it is a photo I came upon when i wasn’t looking for one, and it… Continue reading The boy who sold spices
The waterfalls at Chitrakot, sometimes billed as India’s Niagara are a spectacular sight.
The festival of colors – Holi – has a deeper, darker story behind it, that’s rarely heard by visitors. In the city of Jaipur I experience this tradition and get some pictures
A peek over a river on the India Bhutan border
Happy Diwali 2017 . These modern day diyas are made of light weight plastic and float on a layer of oil atop water in a pot. Like all traditions that survive well, the humble earthen Diya has adopted. Glow
Hello Dear Readers Work has picked up and i must apologize for leaving you hanging there. But you have been very loyal and thank you for that! I’m very pleasantly surprised to see many notifications of new followers and likes received. Anyways, this week’s photo challenge gives me the perfect segue to resume blogging. Last… Continue reading All that glitters