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India

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Young men. Hats for sale. Red stand out. Door with mini me door. Laundry; washing in the river and drying on the ghat. Just gone 6.00am and busy along the ghats. Mausoleum carved marble window. Jai Prakesh Yantra. I’ll think about it. Lane and arch. Marble pavilion wall with frescoes. Base of the second, but never completed, minaret of the Quwwat-ul-Islam mosque. Red Fort main gateway. Ornamented niche in wall. Arch, saved from the ravages of time. Mother and child. Street scene. Fountain at Humayun’s Tomb. Arched ceiling and light. Red Fort guard tower. Red Fort, from the front towards the Lahori inner gate. Mother and child. Boats at sunrise, on the River Ganges. Sleep where you can. Bell. Street art. Permitted his photo to be taken but covered his eyes. Pavilion arches. Barracks, architecturally dissimilar from the Red Fort surrounds. Cremation pyre along the Ganges riverbank. Palace pool, all very neatly laid out. The Qutab Minar brick minaret at the Quwwat-ul-Islam mosque. A patch of territory. Posing, in a water well. Mosque guard towers. Taj Mahal side arch, carved marble window and frescoes. North-east minaret. Multicultural. Temple bell. Inside the Red Fort. Arches and mirrors. Crowds along the mosque outer gallery. Palace garden, no, not a well-known theme park. Courtyard pavilion. Domes above the Lahori gate from outside the wall. Chand Baori step well symmetry. Manmandir ghat. Domes, turrets and decorations. River Ganges sunrise. Wood stacked for cremations.

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