Using a Jeep to its fullest capacity to transport people and farm goods in rural India
As public transportation is sparse in rural India, people use vehicles used for transporting farm goods to hitch a ride
Although the levels in the river are low, these people are availing themselves to water by siphoning it.
People making the trek to the top of the tower at Golconda Fort, Hyderabad, India
Kites are in huge demand at the annual kite festival in India on January 14. People making and selling kites are in huge demand at that time.
Most people in India are day laborers or self-employed in trades to make their daily living. Here are some workers building a small wall in Vadodara.
As we end our posting of images from India, the rural pond provides a great metaphor about India. The pond is stark but there is still the beauty of lotus flowers in it.
If you look past the multitude of people living in somewhat primitive conditions in a still developing nation, one can see the overt and hidden beauty of India and its people.
“The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched – they must be felt with the heart” – Helen Keller
A welcoming porch with chairs to rest but no people at Hart Square (A village from the 1800s preserved in its entirety right here in the hills of Hickory, North Carolina.)