Cultures and Traditions of INDIA

India is the largest exporter of Tea, we can’t measure the craze of India towards tea. India loves drinking tea in KULHAR (Handle-less clay cup). It’s good and it said it is good for health as well. 
India is a colorful country. India is the most diverse country in the world which has got the most mix of cultures and tradition. India loves wearing colorful clothes. This is a photo of Indian festival called HOLI, in which they play with GULAAL(a traditional name given to colored powder).
 A city road of India.

In alleyway of India, People are going from Rickshaw (a three-wheeler passenger cart).
Celebrating HOLI, people are coloring each other with colored powder.
 A lady is practicing meditation to keep her mind in peace.
Buddha was born at Nepal(someday it was part of India) and One day, seated beneath the Bodhi tree (the tree of awakening) in Bodh Gaya, INDIA. Siddhartha became deeply absorbed in meditation, and reflected on his experience of life, determined to penetrate its truth.
Hala Mahal (Place of Winds), It is located in Jaipur, Rajasthan, India.
In India, any should must visit Taj Mahaj, Ranking 1st in the world’s wonder. It is also the symbol of Love. Shah Jahan built this to express his love towards late Arjumand Banu Begum.
 An Indian Farmer is using Bullock-cart for their transportation.
Indian street typical JHALMURI (A street snack originating from the Bengal region of the Indian ).
 This is the festival called CHHATH (A festival which is originated from the Bihar region of India).
 A poor bottle picker.
 Ganesh Pooja(a famous festival in Mumbai) is being celebrated.
An old lady is selling fish in the fish-market.

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