India Trip 2013: 3 weeks of awesomeness
Namaskar everybody! Aap kaise ho?
Wow! what an awesome experience! India is an amazing country! If you have a chance to visit, DO IT!
I had the pleasure and honour of doing so this past November, along with a great group of people!
Yep, almost 3 weeks of great experience, from northern Dehradun to Mumbai, Delhi, Agra, Pushkar... lots of miles covered by autorickshaw, cars, trains, planes, pimped up chariots with crazy LED lights, hot-air balloon and camels! (Well, Julia even went for an elephant ride! :)
While there, we were able to attend and check out the Diwali Festival of lights AND a traditional indian wedding! how awesome can that be?!?!
Crazy at times, amazing food, beautiful landscape and welcoming people!
Dhanyawad big time for the patience as it takes a long while to go through a few thousand photos! and of course, it's hard to pick and choose which ones I should publish... So, in the next few days (and weeks), keep an eye open and you'll see some cool shots here on this blog!
Here's a few, just to start our journey ! Enjoy!
This one, we got stuck in traffic, right after we arrived in Bombay! or should I say Mumbai? Anyways... we look to the side and see this truck: RADIOACTIVE MATERIAL: DO NOT REMAIN NEAR THIS VEHICLE UNNECESSARILY!
i love it!
Autorickshaw and motorcycles/scooters! The best way of moving around in big cities, as the streets are packed with peeps and cars (and animals, hehe!
While in Bombay, we shot a video for Koel and the Twin Otter's City Lights, so check out soon their website for the latest updates!
Still in Mumbai, just beside the Prince of Wales museum saw a kid doing acrobatics:
and let's buy our cellphones from a "street vendor"!
Driving around in Pushkar, we saw camels...
And met a traditional man from Rajasthan offering prayers!
Gulab jamun, one of the best ways of keeping your glucose levels high up...
Taj Mahal: There will be a full post with photos from this day! it's quite an amazing spot! touristy, but still quite cool!
In Delhi, I'd avoid parking the car in a wrong spot...
And of course, the highlight of the trip: Traditional indian wedding! Congratulations Hitesh & Neha!
Dhanyawad for your time! and hope you can continue following our journey in the next post.
Keywords: 2013, Agra, Bahuguna's, Bombay, Dehradun, Delhi, Diwali, India, Mumbai, Pushkar, Taj Mahal
Again, awesome set. What caught my eye were the small wooden flat spoons alongside the gulab-jamun. I remember them from when I was about 10.
thank you Ed for the fine work you did to share your India journey with us. The photos are stunning , some so vibrant I held my breath when i first saw them . Wow. Brilliant stuff.
Looks like it was an amazing trip. Thank you for sharing
Awesome! Love how you've woven a tale, instead of just posting pictures. Look forward to more.
Great meeting y'all!
Great photos, Ed
Can't wait to see more.
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