India Images

The first stop of my fall 2013 Asia trip was India.  I know I say this a lot but I will say it again.  It is hard to see some counties because of how big they are. India is one of those counties.  With that being said, I spent most of my time there in the state of Rajasthan.  This is the state that is the closest to Pakistan.  Even though I spent most of my time there I did travel to a few places outside Rajasthan.  The most notable place would be Agra.  I knew I had to go there because I wanted to see the Taj Mahal.  I was a little scared to see it because when some things are talked about so much they tend to not live up to the expectations you make for them.  This was not the case for the Taj Mahal, it was by far the highlight of my trip and one of my favorite things I have seen.  Here are a few images of my time in India.

22 responses to “India Images

  1. Lovely images of a country which is like a two year old or a wily goat. Its keen to make friends with you but you’d bet not let it out of your sight. I loved it. At the Taj Mahal I was a able to forget I was just another gawping visitor and was able to stand and exclaim ‘wow’. Found the traffic in Pune hair raising though.Cool blog cool pics. Thanks.

  2. I really like your blog! You’ve been to all of the places I would love to go to someday and India is at the tops of y list- lovely photos by the way 🙂

  3. Ryan, u are so right! India is so big , that it is even hard for an Indian to travel through the whole country 🙂 Like I have been to many parts of India , still I have not seen Taj Mahal, nor did I visited Rajasthan. Hope to go there sometime.

  4. Couldn’t agree with you more. India is too big and probably too diverse to be experienced in a life time…a flipbook really …..the background remains the same, the foreground keeps changing !

  5. I have great memories of India, but I tried to see too much by doing a full circle starting in Goa in three months, exhausting! Much better idea to do a section at a time 🙂

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