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India

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Big window, small pigeon. Intricate eaves. Over there! Market stalls inside the Red Fort. Picture of health, benefitting from eating fresh spices. East facing side of the Taj Mahal. Man, watching. Qutab Minar, through the arch Window in Humayun’s Tomb. Bodhi tree, with aerial roots. Elephant strolling the Jaleb Chowk courtyard. The structure housing the tomb of the Mughal emperor Humayun. Boat along the River Ganges. Viewpoints. Red Fort defensive wall and guard towers. Gathering in front of the mosque. Taj Mahal and south-east minaret. Get the photo, ignore the beggar. Good evening. Laneway power cabling. Mosque visitors. Quwwat-ul-Islam mosque ancillary structures. Guard tower. Watchful dog. What’s over there. Architecture of the Baha’i Lotus temple. This must be interesting: market stalls inside the Red Fort. Sundial. Life on the ghat at the cremation site. Inner gate. A Naga Sadhu readies for Aarti, evening prayers. Laneway building decoration. North-east corner of the Taj Mahal and minaret. Jaigarh Fort atop the hill from Amber Fort. Balcony and balustrade. Driveway markers in a nice part of town. Viewing tower. Bas reliefs on the base of the Qutab Minar. Textured tree trunk. Agra’s Red Fort up river from the Taj Mahal. Boats under repair. Corner detail of the pool (Hawz). Crowds descending on the Taj Mahal. Frescoes within and around an arch. Street art. Look carefully. Amazing Amar Singh gate. Mobile motorized sugar cane crusher. Door. Jaigarh Fort from Amber Fort.

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