Anonymous gent on the Puducherry beach demonstrates the correct way to eat an ice lolly. Shovel in. Pause to admire. Leak. Don't give a rat's ass.
the collection of random artefacts at Albert Hall museum in Jaipur ranges from Japanese samurai doll, to Indian god head, through Greek philosopher bust.
every fort, palace, mausoleum, temple, church and gompa in the country is best explored with a tourist guide. specimen in this picture with the flared pants, gave us a more colourful history of Ranthambore Fort than one tends to find in textbooks. in the early 13th century, Hamir Dev sheltered Muhammad Shah, a rogue general, [...]
perched on one bank of Dal Lake, Hazratbal is Kashmir's holiest shrine. inside is a hair belonging to the prophet. outside is a bustling market with shopkeepers peddling meat, wicker baskets, breads and some suspicious looking sweet thing.
right at the top of anjanadri, hampi is one lonely tree. you'd think with all the monkeys around, there'd be more trees.
apparently hereabouts, they never die. we're a country that would never throw away faded, peeling, broken, decaying gods. we only find a new resting place for them. preferably with a view.
Apparently with no surprise, To any happy flower, The frost beheads it at its play, In accidental power.
O Peter, thodi whisky, thodi gin, usme lime, please hurry, got no time.
tools hung out to dry. and a recuperating fuel tank.
fort kochi’s cat collection.