Old Delhi from our rickshaw ride
The Chandni Chowk is one of the oldest and busiest markets in Old Delhi.
Worshipers at the Jama Masjid
Delhi street scene outside of Jama Masjid.
As with all Sikh Gurdwaras, the concept of langar is practiced, and all people, regardless of race or religion may eat in the Gurdwara kitchen (langar hall).
The Langar (food) is prepared by gursikhs who work there and also by volunteers who like to help out. At the Gurdwara, visitors are requested to cover their hair and not to wear shoes.
Food preparation for so many people requires large utensils.
On the streets of Delhi. Notice the tangle of wires.
A family who lives near the festival. They seem to be fairly well-to-do.
Gypsies who came to Nagaur for the festival.
Gypsies selling food at the Festival.
From the bus between Nagaur and Jaipur.
From the bus between Nagaur and Jaipur, women working in the field.
From the bus between Nagaur and Jaipur. I wonder if the woman is holdling the helmut for a friend or if it is hers.
A weaver learning to weave rugs in Jaipur.
Setting up shop near Jal Mahal.
From the bus between Jaipur and Ranthambore.
The greeters at the Nahargarh Hotel just outside Ranthambore National Park.
In the village we visited we observed a woman stacking camel manure for fuel.
Proclaiming a wedding day on the side of a house.