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"Dancing feet", Indian bells Reminds me of Mya from the Karma Sutra Tale of Love movie by Mia Nair

Travel Inspiration for India - Cotton Candy vendor | In India, Cotton Candy is known as 'Buddhi ke baal'  (Old woman's hair) or Bombay Mithai #India

Cotton Candy vendor also known as 'Buddhi ke baal' (Old woman's hair) or Bombay Mithai. For all people who have a sweet tooth.This gentleman and other who sell Cotton Candy can be found roaming around the markets of Mumbai.

The word “Diwali” is derived from the Sanskrit word “Deepavali” meaning “row of lights”. While Diwali is popularly known as the “festival of lights”, the spiritual take is “the awareness of the inner light”. The celebration is “victory of good over evil”. It refers to the light of higher knowledge. On main Diwali day, goddess of wealth, Lakshmi (Laxmi) is worshipped, hence this is festival where people show their richness and offer prayers to goddess Lakshmi to bring prosperity in their…

Diwali festival of lights celebrated by Hindus worldwide (pix) I've always wanted to visit India and I love to show the girls pictures of this truly intoxicating country. CC Check out the program USAC has in India.

Hiding from the Sun  - On the Ghat selling Jewelry, Udaipur, India

'Hiding from the sun. Babudi sits out in the hot sun on the Ghat every day selling Jewelry, she has the most impressive bindi tan I've ever seen.' By Bridgette Bubble ♥♥

Theyyam, Payyannur, popular Hindu ritual art form of worship of North Kerala, India

INDIA: Theyyam, popular Hindu ritual art form of worship of North Kerala, India

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