By the edge of a tenth century temple, boys play.
At a local crafts fair in Jaipur, several schools sent their troupes to perform.I was photographing the crafts people and got mistaken for a professional photographer by a group of school children. They came well dressed wearing very colorful Gujarati costumes. These dresses are usually worn to perform ‘dandiya-raas‘ or ‘garba‘ – a folk dance… Continue reading We’re done!
Photographs from my walks in the city of Jaipur, India
When the mind is troubled …
On a cross country drive from the South to north of India – a chance encounter with the nomadic rabari tribe well away from their traditional home in gujarat, gives me perspective.
“We often miss opportunity because it’s dressed in overalls and looks like work” – Thomas Alva Edison.
Poachers turn conservationists off the coast of Chilika, India’s largest lagoon (1100 sq km area).