Camel in Rajasthan, India

At the End of the Day’s Journey

Photograph by Megan Kwasniak This shot was taken after a day of journeying by camel into the desert of Rajasthan. The man pictured was one of the leaders. The Thar Desert is a vast, arid region in India's...
Photo of the Day: Lost in the Mist

Lost in the World of Mist

Lost in the World of Mist, Rinchengpong, West Sikkim, India Photograph by Sutapa Karmakar      We went on a vacation to a small village in Sikkim, India. In the morning when it was full of mist...
Photo of the Day: Childhood in India

Childhood

Childhood, Kiritessori, Murshidabad, West Bengal, India Photograph by Arnab Ghosh      Children play in their own special way in a village in West bengal, India. I clicked this frame at a village known...
Photo of the Day: Rajarhat Wetlands

Ray of Hope

Ray of Hope, Rajarhat wetlands, Kolkata, West Bengal, India Photograph by Sutapa Karmakar      Rajarhat wetlands is a place in the heart of the city of Kolkata which was still untouched by the ...
Photo of the Day: Pangong Tso, the border of India and TIbet

Pangong Tso

Pangong Tso, The Border of India and Tibet Photograph by Christian Faggionato      This photo was taken along the shore of Pangong Tso (4250m), on the border between Ladakh (India) and Western ...
Jute Production: Krishnanagar, India

Jute Harvest

Jute Harvest, Krishnanagar, West Bengal, India Photograph by Samir Das    Jute is the second most commercially important vegetable fiber after cotton. For centuries, jute has been an integral par...
Adventure Travel Photo of the Day: Bhagirathi Peaks

Source of the Ganges

Source of the Ganges, en route to the Gangotori Glacier,  Uttarakhand, India Photograph by Raghavan Iyengar   This mighty view of Bhagirathi twin peaks, located at Gaumukh. The place where ...
Mullik Ghat Flower Market

Mullik Ghat Flower Market

Mullik Ghat Flower Market, Kolkata, India Photograph by Farhiz Karanjawala A flower seller specialising in plant leaves in the flower market at Mullick Ghat on the banks of the river Hooghly...