India

Chaotic, crazy and charming; I fell in love with India on a three month visit during 2011. Here, I will nostalgically recount my Indian adventures, giving lots of tips and advice for anyone considering visiting the country.

Photo of the Week | An Indian Circus, Pushkar, Rajasthan

by Stephanie Walsh February 4, 2014
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An Indian circus performance during the Pushkar Camel Fair in Pushkar, Rajasthan. As we sat on the soft sand of a Rajasthani dessert in Pushkar, we watched a fun circus performance unfold before us. From acrobats to silly clowns, the circus was every bit as fun as any other I’ve ever been to. Outside the […]

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Photo of the Week: Diwali Celebrations in New Delhi, India

by Stephanie Walsh November 10, 2013
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This photo was taken from a rooftop in New Delhi, India during the Diwali festival in 2011. Diwali, meaning ‘festival of lights’ is a celebration in the Hindu calendar where families and neighbours celebrate together, by decorating their homes, lighting candles, sharing food and setting off lots of fireworks. The fireworks are supposed to drive […]

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Meet ‘Baba Power’ – Is This The Happiest Man Alive?

by Stephanie Walsh August 21, 2012
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I have met some very colorful characters over the years, both at home and abroad but none have compared to the absolute amazing and infectiously joyful ‘Baba Power’ (Baba is a word often used in Hindi as a term of respect and admiration, to mean “old man” or “father”). I spent only a few hours, […]

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Photo of the Week | Lotus Temple, New Delhi, India

by Stephanie Walsh June 15, 2012
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This weeks #FriFotos theme is #ROOFTOPS.   The Lotus Temple in New Delhi, India has one of the most beautiful and intricate rooftops I have ever seen. I spent three months working in New Delhi in 2011 and fell in love with the country. Looking through my photos for this post reminded me how much […]

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