Dawn. Amarapura, Myanmar


Roaming boats at dawn on Taungthaman Lake near Amarapura and the U Bein bridge, Mandalay, Burma (Myanmar).

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Fairy chimneys. Cappadocia, Turkey

Ruins. Cappadocia, Turkey

Travelers. Mandu, India

Point Lobos. California, USA

Dawn. Mukteshwar, India

Foliage. Paris, France

Fairgrounds. Santa Clara, USA

Spring. Paris, France

Portrait by the banyan tree. India


Kid portrait by an old banyan tree in Punjab, India.

Hide & Seek. Paris, France

Mont Saint Michel. Normandy, France

Lovers. Paris, France

Gardens. San Jose, USA

Handprints. Jawalamukhi, India

Spring. Montmartre, France

Facade. New Delhi, India

Boats. Varanasi, India

Sunset. Spanish Bay, USA

Roadtrip. Point Sur, USA

Path. Point Lobos, USA

Beach. Half Moon Bay, USA

River. Hampi, India

Backstage. Kochi, India

Street Art. Kochi, India

Redwoods. Big Sur, USA

Fairgrounds. Santa Clara, USA

Fairgrounds. Santa Clara, USA

Fairgrounds. Santa Clara, USA

Fairgrounds. Santa Clara, USA

Fairgrounds. Santa Clara, USA

Monks. Bodhgaya, India


Two Buddhist monks at the Mahabodhi Mahavihara temple in Bodhgaya, Bihar, India.

Side Two. Dwarka, India

Side One. Dwarka, India

Samarpan. Mahabalipuram, India

Home. Mahabalipuram, India

Horizon. Mahabalipuram, India

Street. Mahabalipuram, India

Krishna’s Butterball. Mahabalipuram, India

Jantar Mantar. New Delhi, India

Horizon. Antibes, France

Summer. Brittany, France

Path. Le Bec d’Andaine, France

Fly. San Francisco, USA

Fly. San Francisco, USA

Fly. San Francisco, USA

Fly. San Francisco, USA

Fly. San Francisco, USA

Novice. Nubra valley, India


Young Buddhist novices studying at Likir gompa in Nubra valley. Ladakh, Jammu and Kashmir, India.

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Monastery. Ladakh, India

Monastery. Ladakh, India

Monastery. Ladakh, India

Monastery. Ladakh, India

Monastery. Ladakh, India

Misty Mount Tamalpais. California, USA


Mount Tamalpais in the fog. California, USA.

Vista point. San Francisco, USA

Storm. Half Moon Bay, USA

Windy. California, USA

Storm. Mount Tamalpais, USA


Fog and rain during the storm at Mount Tamalpais in Marin County, California, USA.

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Misty Forest. Mount Tamalpais, USA


Fog and rain during the stormy season at Mount Tamalpais in Marin County, California, USA.

Nightfall. San Francisco, USA

Pebble beach. California, USA

Farmers. Bagan, Myanmar

Intha fisherman, Inle lake

Agrasen ki Baoli. New Delhi, India

Street Art. Varanasi, India

Young Brahmin. Varanasi, India

Forest portrait. Himachal Pradesh, India

Point Sur. California, USA

Lanterns. San Francisco, USA

Fairgrounds. Santa Clara, USA

Street. Cayucos, USA

Path. California, USA

Play. San Francisco, USA

Black Eyes. Varanasi, India

Lonely Cypress. Carmel-by-the-Sea, USA

Redwoods. Big Sur, USA

Dusk. Sulawesi, Indonesia.

Snow. Paris, France

Pier Sunset. California. USA

Saris. Kanyakumari, India

Sunrise. Varanasi, India

Bosphorus. Istanbul, Turkey

Colors. Kanyakumari, India.

Odissi dance, Delhi


Su-Tarang 2015, an Odissi dance performance by Utsav Educational & Cultural Society, Ranjana’s Odissi Dance Academy on 3rd may 2015. A Celebration of Odissi Dance by Disciples of Guru Ranjana Gauhar (Padmashree).

Odissi, also known as Orissi, is one of the eight classical dance forms of India. It originates from the state of Odisha, in eastern India. It is the oldest surviving dance form of India on the basis of archaeological evidences. The classic treatise of Indian dance, Natya Shastra, refers to it as Odra-Magadhi. 1st century BCE bas-reliefs in the hills of Udaygiri (near Bhubaneswar) testify to its antiquity. It was suppressed under the British Raj, but has been reconstructed since India gained independence. It is particularly distinguished from other classical Indian dance forms by the importance it places upon the Tribhangi (literally: three parts break), the independent movement of head, chest and pelvis and upon the basic square stance known as Chauka or Chouka that symbolises Lord Jagannath. This dance is characterised by various Bhangas (Stance), which involves stamping of the foot and striking various postures as seen in Indian sculptures. The common Bhangas are Bhanga, Abanga, Atibhanga and Tribhanga.

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Odissi dance, Delhi


Su-Tarang 2015, an Odissi dance performance by Utsav Educational & Cultural Society, Ranjana’s Odissi Dance Academy on 3rd may 2015. A Celebration of Odissi Dance by Disciples of Guru Ranjana Gauhar (Padmashree).

Odissi, also known as Orissi, is one of the eight classical dance forms of India. It originates from the state of Odisha, in eastern India. It is the oldest surviving dance form of India on the basis of archaeological evidences. The classic treatise of Indian dance, Natya Shastra, refers to it as Odra-Magadhi. 1st century BCE bas-reliefs in the hills of Udaygiri (near Bhubaneswar) testify to its antiquity. It was suppressed under the British Raj, but has been reconstructed since India gained independence. It is particularly distinguished from other classical Indian dance forms by the importance it places upon the Tribhangi (literally: three parts break), the independent movement of head, chest and pelvis and upon the basic square stance known as Chauka or Chouka that symbolises Lord Jagannath. This dance is characterised by various Bhangas (Stance), which involves stamping of the foot and striking various postures as seen in Indian sculptures. The common Bhangas are Bhanga, Abanga, Atibhanga and Tribhanga.

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Boats. Kanyakumari, India

Path. Gokarna, India


A mother and her child walking through a narrow path in a smoky atmosphere around Gokarna village in Karnataka, India.

Street. Badami, India

Cats. Goa, India

Autorickshaw. Goa, India

Roses. Konya, Turkey


Shy girl behind a pair of Damask roses in Konya, Central Anatolia region, Turkey.

Street. Göreme, Turkey


Turkish woman walking through the streets of Goreme, a traditional village with fairy chimneys in the heart of Cappadocia, Turkey.

Parrot. Goreme, Turkey


This African grey parrot is the friendly mascot of a restaurant in Goreme, Cappadocia, Turkey.

View. Cappadocia, Turkey


A view from Goreme National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage site in Cappadocia, Turkey.

Doorstep. Goreme, Turkey


Silhouette at a cave’s doorstep in Goreme National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage site in Cappadocia, Turkey.

Rain. Istanbul, Turkey


A stormy and rainy atmosphere at the blue mosque of Istanbul, Turkey.

Alleyway. Jodhpur, Rajasthan

Ghats. Varanasi, India

Suman, Pushkar

Suman, Pushkar

Suman, a gypsy little girl from the Kalbeliya tribe, similar to the Bopa caste in Rajasthan. They are famous for their dance which is an integral part of their culture. Both men and women in the tribe participate in this activity to celebrate joyful occasions. Pushkar, Rajasthan, India.

Suman has complete iris heterochromia with a hazel color eye and a totally different green color eye. Heterochromia is a result of the relative excess or lack of melanin (a pigment). It may be inherited, or caused by genetic mosaicism, chimerism, disease, or injury.

No color manipulation : this is the real color of her eyes.

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