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Old Delhi from The 19th Century

Delhi that includes the Indian capital New Delhi, stands on the Yamuna River in northern India. It is the second most populous metropolis in India after Mumbai and the largest city in terms of area.In AD 1639, the Mughal emperor Shahjahan built a new walled city in Delhi which served as the capital of the Mughal Empire from 1649 until the Rebellion of 1857. The British captured Delhi in 1857 and the city replaced Kolkata as the seat of British government in India in 1911. A new capital city, New Delhi, was built to the south of the old city during the 1920s When the British left India in 1947, New Delhi became the national capital and seat of government. Today Delhi contains many important historical monuments, buildings and features.

Photo 20 Aug 12 notes yeh-hai-meri-kahaani:

Sambhar in Rajasthan (India), near Jaipur isn’t such an easy place to live. Sambhar Salt Lake is India’s largest salt lake and it is vast expanse of nothingness. This old couple walking early morning to work and carrying whatever useful they could find on the way…
by Devesh Uba

yeh-hai-meri-kahaani:

Sambhar in Rajasthan (India), near Jaipur isn’t such an easy place to live. Sambhar Salt Lake is India’s largest salt lake and it is vast expanse of nothingness. This old couple walking early morning to work and carrying whatever useful they could find on the way…

by Devesh Uba

Photo 20 Aug 20 notes yeh-hai-meri-kahaani:

Dongoria kondh women at the weekly market at Chatikona in Orissa, India
by Carol

yeh-hai-meri-kahaani:

Dongoria kondh women at the weekly market at Chatikona in Orissa, India

by Carol

Photo 14 Aug 64 notes 
Kheer Ganga Indian Himalayas 

Kheer Ganga Indian Himalayas 

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Jewelry Bazaar
Photo 11 Aug 199 notes 
Parrots at the Taj Mahal by Jolyon Holroyd

Parrots at the Taj Mahal by Jolyon Holroyd

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Phuktal Monastery During Monsoon Season

Phuktal Monastery During Monsoon Season

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Located in India’s Thar Desert in Rajasthan, the “Golden City” of Jaisalmer gets its colour from buildings made of yellow sandstone.

Located in India’s Thar Desert in Rajasthan, the “Golden City” of Jaisalmer gets its colour from buildings made of yellow sandstone.

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Ladakh
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Lake Palace Hotel, Udaipur, India

Lake Palace Hotel, Udaipur, India


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