DELHI  INDIAN  

Finest Authentic Traditional  Indian Cuisine

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9000-113 Sao Martinho, Funchal, Madeira, PORTUGAL

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Victoria Terminus suburban railway station. This heritage building was built in 1887 and looks more of an old castle than a railway station. It has been renamed to Chatrapati Shivaji Terminus. (Image source: Anindo Ghosh)

Mecca Masjid. Mecca Masjid is one of the oldest and largest mosques of India. Located in old city of Hyderabad, this mosque gets its name from the holy city Mecca after the brick soil used in this mosque were brought in from the holy city in Arab. (Image source: Ranga Krishna Tipirneni)

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Varanasi morning. Locally called as Banaras, this city is popular for being located on the banks of the river Ganges. Ganges is the most sacred river to millions of Hindus living in the country. (Image source: arturdebat.tk)

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Lotus Temple in Delhi. Bahai House of Worship -or Lotus Temple as is it called due to its resembling shape to a Lotus- is a very popular piece of architecture. It is the most visited place in the world ahead of Taj Mahal and Eiffel Tower. It attracts more than 4 millions every year. (Image source: Babul Bhatt)

Kerala Runway. The farmer is chasing after his oxen (or bullocks as they are called in India and Australia). These Oxen are used to plough land by many farmers in India. (Image source: Anoop Negi)

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Charminar in HDR. This photograph shows the prominent Charminar of Hyderabad in HDR (High Dynamic Range). (Image source: KSREE)

Dungeon. Located in Golcondo, the Golcondo fort used to be a prison but has been converted into a tourist place. (Image source: Ranga Krishna Tipirneni)

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Bollywood influenced. The little girl captured in this photograph is performing Bharat Natyam, a classic Indian dance form. (Image source: Ranga Krishna Tipirneni)

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Bombay. The long-exposure photograph below shows the shore of Mumbai, the busiest city of India. You can also see the fishing boats blurred in this photograph. Fishing is one of the main sources of livelihood of people living in this part of India. (Image source: Babul Bhatt)

Sri Meenakshi Temple, Tamil Nadu. Also know as Meenakshi Amman Temple, this temple is located in Mudurai and is dedicated to Lord Shiva and his wife Parvati who is known here as Meenakhshi. (Image source: Babul Bhatt)

Camels in Rajasthan. A local guy is running after his camel trying to get them to move in the direction of home. (Image source: Urvish Joshi)

Jantar Mantar of Delhi. Jantar Mantar was built by Maharaja Jai Singh II in 1724. It was built to observe and compile astronomical tables which would be used to predict the times and movements of Sun, Moon and other planets. (Image source: Akash Banerjee)

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Feet Adorned. The photograph here shows the feet of a Tamil bride getting ready for her wedding. The feet of this bride are adorned with a silver anklet and Mehndi. Mehndi (henna) which is a prominent feature of Indian brides. (Image source: Raghuram Ashok)

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