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Photos marked as were added from 18 March 2019.


Country
Province
State
Place
Location
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India
West Bengal
Calcutta
 The Hooghly River at Calcutta is part of the Ganges Delta.
India
West Bengal
Calcutta
 The busy Hooghly River.
India
West Bengal
Calcutta
 Boats on the Hooghly River.
India
West Bengal
Calcutta
 The Howrah Bridge crosses the river in one 450m span. It was built in 1943.
India
West Bengal
Calcutta
 Howrah railway station is the largest in India.
India
West Bengal
Calcutta
 The Howrah Bridge and the station.
India
West Bengal
Calcutta
 Articulated double decker bus.
India
West Bengal
Darjeeling
 Darjeeling is a hill station at 2100m.
India
West Bengal
Darjeeling
 The spectacular setting of Darjeeling in the foothills of the Himalaya.
India
West Bengal
Darjeeling
 Darjeeling is overlooked by snow-capped mountains.
India
West Bengal
Darjeeling
 Precarious buildings.
India
West Bengal
Darjeeling
 Wooden houses.
India
West Bengal
Darjeeling
 Nepalese multi storey house.
India
West Bengal
Darjeeling
 Quiet street scene.
India
West Bengal
Darjeeling
 Elegant buildings on the hillside.
India
West Bengal
Darjeeling
 British colonial buildings in Darjeeling, a hill station.
India
West Bengal
Darjeeling
 One of the many Tibetan monasteries used by refugees living in Darjeeling.
India
West Bengal
Darjeeling
 Tourists walking along the main street.
India
West Bengal
Darjeeling
 Street scene with horse transport.
India
West Bengal
Darjeeling
 The Kathmandu style Dhirdham Temple.
India
West Bengal
Darjeeling
 Houses clustered on the hillside.
India
West Bengal
Darjeeling
 Misty views across Darjeeling.
India
West Bengal
Darjeeling
 Darjeeling is reached by a narrow gauge railway that runs alongside the road.
India
West Bengal
Darjeeling
 The Darjeeling Loop just below the town.
India
West Bengal
Darjeeling
 A Tibetan temple on the Hillside.
India
West Bengal
Darjeeling
 Detail of a Tibetan temple.
India
West Bengal
Darjeeling
 The Muslim quarter.
India
West Bengal
Darjeeling
 The market.
India
West Bengal
Darjeeling
 Picturesque terraces.
India
Orissa
Bhubaneshwar
 Poster with script in Oriya, the language of Orissa state.
India
Orissa
Bhubaneshwar
Prashurameswar Temple
 The temple carvings are on individual stone blocks.
India
Orissa
Bhubaneshwar
 Bathing ghats for pilgrims.
India
Orissa
Bhubaneshwar
Mukteswar Temple
 The main shrine at the Mukteswar Temple.
India
Orissa
Bhubaneshwar
 Dhobis (clothes washers).
India
Orissa
Bhubaneshwar
Raj Rani Temple
 The Raj Rani Temple shows scenes from the Kama Sutra.
India
Orissa
Bhubaneshwar
Raj Rani Temple
 Erotic carvings on the Raj Rani Temple.
India
Orissa
Bhubaneshwar
 Carrying ceramics by bicycle.
India
Orissa
Bhubaneshwar
Bhaskareswar Temple
 The tower of the Bhaskareswar Temple has lions, the symbol of Hinduism.
India
Orissa
Bhubaneshwar
Bhaskareswar Temple
 The Bhaskareswar Temple is isolated in a field.
India
Orissa
Bhubaneshwar
 Island shrine.
India
Orissa
Bhubaneshwar
 Rural scene near Bhubaneshwar.
India
Orissa
Udayagiri
 Small village in Udayagiri.
India
Orissa
Dhauli
 The village of Pipli is famous for its craftwork used on temples.
India
Orissa
Puri
 The beach at Puri, one of the holiest cities in India.
India
Orissa
Puri
 A Telegu fishing village on the beach at Puri.
India
Orissa
Puri
 Small fishing boats which are untied when not in use to dry on the sand.
India
Orissa
Puri
 Colourful fishing boat on the beach at Puri.
India
Orissa
Puri
 Large painted fishing boat, typical of the region.
India
Orissa
Puri
Jagannath Temple
 6000 people are employed to run the Jagannath Temple.
India
Orissa
Puri
Jagannath Temple
 Painted statues outside the temple plus a sign banning leather items.
India
Andhra Pradesh
Warangal
 Warangal is a dusty town on the Deccan Plateau.
India
Andhra Pradesh
Warangal
 Hardware shop.
India
Andhra Pradesh
Warangal
Wool Market
 The wool market at Warangal.
India
Andhra Pradesh
Warangal
 Woman washing clothes in a pool.
India
Andhra Pradesh
Hyderabad
 Hyderabad is the Muslim capital of the mainly Hindu state, Andhra Pradesh.
India
Andhra Pradesh
Hyderabad
 The Legislative Assembly is typical of the Islamic architecture of Hyderabad.
India
Andhra Pradesh
Hyderabad
 Street scene in Hyderabad, once the richest kingdom in the world and never part of British India.
India
Andhra Pradesh
Hyderabad
 Burqa shop.
India
Andhra Pradesh
Hyderabad
 Stall selling sugar cane.
India
Andhra Pradesh
Hyderabad
 Abortion poster written in Hindi, Telugu (the state language), Urdu and English.
India
Andhra Pradesh
Hyderabad
 Islamic style arches in the city centre.
India
Andhra Pradesh
Hyderabad
 Gujerati fruit merchant.
India
Andhra Pradesh
Hyderabad
Char Minar
 The Char Minar in Hyderabad dates from 1591 and has 56m high minarets.
India
Andhra Pradesh
Hyderabad
Char Minar
 Persian style architecture of the Char Minar.
India
Andhra Pradesh
Hyderabad
Char Minar
 Detail from decoration on the Char Minar.
India
Andhra Pradesh
Hyderabad
 Shops overlooked by a mosque.
India
Andhra Pradesh
Hyderabad
Mecca Mosque
 The Mecca Mosque is made from granite hauled 11km by a team of 1400 bullocks.
India
Andhra Pradesh
Hyderabad
Mecca Mosque
 The Mecca Mosque holds 10,000 people.
India
Andhra Pradesh
Hyderabad
Birla Temple
 The Birla Temple is made entirely from marble.
India
Andhra Pradesh
Nagarjunakonda
 Ferry terminal by the lake.
India
Andhra Pradesh
Tirumala
 Sign in five languages: English, Telugu, Tamil, Hindi and Kannada.
India
Tamil Nadu
Chennai
 Chennai, a city of elegant buildings, is the capital of Tamil Nadu. It was founded by the British as Madras.
India
Tamil Nadu
Chennai
 Egmore station in Chennai (formerly Madras).
India
Tamil Nadu
Chennai
 One of the many British style churches in the city.
India
Tamil Nadu
Chennai
 Chennai Corporation was built in 1688 and is the oldest in India.
India
Tamil Nadu
Chennai
 Shopping street with a small Hindu temple.
India
Tamil Nadu
Chennai
 Lamp shop.
India
Tamil Nadu
Chennai
 Comic books for sale.
India
Tamil Nadu
Chennai
 Central Chennai.
India
Tamil Nadu
Chennai
 An Armenian church.
India
Tamil Nadu
Chennai
 Street scene in the commercial centre of Chennai.
India
Tamil Nadu
Chennai
 Decorated entrance to the City Museum.
India
Tamil Nadu
Vellore
 Vellore is a busy market town.
India
Tamil Nadu
Vellore
 Street scene in the market.
India
Tamil Nadu
Vellore
 Metalware shop.
India
Tamil Nadu
Vellore
 Coloured chicks.
India
Tamil Nadu
Vellore
 Porter resting.
India
Tamil Nadu
Vellore
 Bamboo market.
India
Tamil Nadu
Vellore
 Election painting.
India
Tamil Nadu
Vellamalai
 Local bus at Vellamalai.
India
Tamil Nadu
Vellamalai
 Thatched house in Vellamalai, a village famous for its hilltop temple.
India
Tamil Nadu
Vellamalai
 Breeding water buffalo.
India
Tamil Nadu
Vellamalai
 A rath (temple car) used to carry a Hindu god on parade.
India
Tamil Nadu
Kanchipuram
 Kanchipuram was the capital of south India for over 500 years and controlled large parts of Asia.
India
Tamil Nadu
Kanchipuram
 Hindu street procession in this town of temples.
India
Tamil Nadu
Kanchipuram
 Temple elephant collecting money from shops.
India
Tamil Nadu
Kanchipuram
Kamakshiamman Temple
 The gopuram (gateway) of the Kamakshiamman Temple.
India
Tamil Nadu
Kanchipuram
Kamakshiamman Temple
 A gopuram is elaborately carved and is typical of later Tamil temples.
India
Tamil Nadu
Kanchipuram
Kamakshiamman Temple
 The 1000 pillared hall is used for marriages.
India
Tamil Nadu
Kanchipuram
Kamakshiamman Temple
 Bathing tanks are typical of Tamil temples.

All travel photographs © 1973 - 2019 KryssTal

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