This intricate carving on mother of pearl is approximately the size of a dinner plate. Displayed in Salarjung Museum in Hyderabad, India. The museum houses perhaps the largest one man’s collection of priceless art and artifacts in a large building. The Nizam (ruler) of Hyderabad was, at that time, the richest man in the world.
An architectural marvel, the Baha’i temple in New Delhi is known as the Lotus Temple because of its shape. The temple sits on a 27 acres land with well maintained gardens. Constructed in white marble, the peak rises to more than a hundred feet and the diameter of main building is more than 210 feetContinue reading “Lotus Temple”
Sunset through a hazy atmosphere in the rice fields of northern India.
A girl looks out of a dilapidated local bus in a small town of northern state of India- Uttar Pradesh.
Young people in the northern state of India-Uttar Pradesh- fishing in rice paddies using homemade bamboo fishing rods. This year’s monsoon filled rice fields with plenty of water for a good crop as well as a bonus of fish.