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India Travel Inspiration - Rajasthani women on parade during the Pushkar Camel Fair in the state of Rajasthan, India. So pretty - bucket list?

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or actually not, since after a little image analysis this is very likely a Photoshopped image. All the bowls in all 3 stacks are nearly identical and so is the reflections and shades.

INDIA……..THERE IS A SPECIAL RELIGIOUS DAY IN INDIA WHEN BEAUTIFUL COLORS ARE THROWN ALL AROUND……DON'T KNOW WHAT IT'S CALLED, BUT I DID READ ABOUT IT………….ccp

This is a festival I have always wanted to attend. Holi in India. Incredible photography by Poras Chaudhary of "Holi," the Hindu festival known as the Celebration of Colors.

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Everyone and everything in India dresses in brights, including the main attraction at the annual Pushkar Camel Fair. // A Photo Tour of Colorful, Vibrant India : Condé Nast Traveler

Have your own HOLI ONE Festival.  Being Rocket dust proof, it´s perfect to make it the dj set of any coloured dust festival :)

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Holi festival of colour in India, it's in my bucket list to visit! I had opportunity to participate of a holy festival at Australia. I hope I will go in the real one, at India!

ledecorquejadore:  Rajasthani Folk Dancer (via Pinterest) #ledecorquejadore

This photograph was taken at the Lake Palace Hotel in Udaipur, India. The woman is performing a traditional dance [folk dance] common to the Rajasthani region of India.

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Photo by Adam Rose - A woman in India, dressed in traditional, colorful garb, returns home with fruit from the street market.

Varanasi or Kashi, is a city on the banks of the Ganges in Uttar Pradesh, Lucknow. It is holiest of the seven sacred cities in Hinduism and Jainism!

Eighty-Eight Pictures of the Beautiful and Colorful People of India

Dye pigments in a Market, Madurai, India by Dr JD, via Flickr

INDIA - Holi, the Festival of Colors, is celebrated as a welcoming of Spring, and a celebration of the triumph of good over evil. Colorful paint, powder and water are being playfully splashed as people chase each other.

India (FILEminimizer) We all living beings are made of the same energy and substance either mater or antimatter, therefore we have to respect life in all its disguises starting with animals and environment, going organic and vegetarian is a priority, http://stargate2freedom.com

In The Dunes of Kuri, India” by José Luís Fuentetaja Pinned by y Lezama Art

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