Alright, enough with the flags! They are actually prayers. Buddhists hang them as high as possible in the mountains. They flutter in the wind for the prayers to reach the spirits…
I just love them, they’re very photogenic
Tibetan flags on top of Stock-la at 5,000 meters high (16,400 feet). Location: Ladakh, India
The fort in Leh, India. Leh is down in the valley and the tibetan flags seemed to fly over it
Tibetan flags in Leh, India.
Inside one of the rooms of the Red fort in Agra, India. This section here was all marble built. However the outside of the fort is red because of the local bricks. This fort has an amazing history. It was the birthplace of many national events. More info here
New Delhi, India. Hanuman Monkey God statue in the center of Delhi.
That’s a two story building on the right, so you can imagine how huge is the statue.
Rickshaws in the rain. It was no steady drizzle but an absolutely crazy amount of water pouring down the road… monsoon time, fun times!
Sikh women praying in the golden temple in Amritsar, India. The Sikhs are the fourth religion group in India after Hindus, Muslims, and Christians.
On the road to Agra from Delhi, India
Women working in Humayun’s tomb in New Delhi, India