Colorful traditional clothes for children on sale at a street shop in India
Forget about packaging. Red chilies for sale by the pound in an open street market in Vadodara, India
Small shops with a variety of items for sale in Vadodara, Gujarat, India
Colorful handicrafts for sale in Hyderabad, India
Colorful saris for sale in a small shop in Gujarat, India
Some pigeons stay on the ground while others fly away besides a lake in Vadodara, India
Places to rest under the trees at a handicraft village in Hyderabad, India
Old gates, like this one in Vadodara, Gujarat, India, remind us of the amazing architecture of the past
An old stone doorway reflecting the architecture of ancient buildings in Gujarat, India
Pigeons nestled midst the carvings of an ancient gate in Dabhoi, Gujarat, India
Remnants of an ancient, intricately designed, gate for a wall built to protect the city of Dabhoi, Gujarat, India.
Colorful street shops and items for sale add vibrancy to an old building in Gujarat, India
The Faculty of Arts (at Maharaja Sayjirao University, Vadodara, India) building is known for its Gumbaz (The Dome) which has been modeled on the ‘Gol Gumbaz’ of Bijapur, and has often been rated as the finest dome for Educational Institutions in India.
Remnants of art in stone in India …..
A huge, colorful statue of a regional deity in Hyderabad, India
Elaborate versions of Ganesha as handicrafts in India ….
An antique, intricate sculpture of Mahavira in India. Mahavira was born a little before the Buddha. While the Buddha was the founder of Buddhism, Mahavira did not establish Jainism, but gave the religion its present-day form. Mahavira, like the Buddha, was born as a prince but renounced his royal life at the age of 30 and became an ascetic.
Even stone sculptures of Buddha, in India, display the serenity attributed to him
A pigeon’s view of the Lord Shiva statue in Vadodara, Gujarat, India
A 120 feet (37 m) tall statue of Lord Shiva stands in the middle of the lake in the heart of Vadodara city, Gujarat, India.