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A rare photo Indian Cricketers Sachin, Sehwag and Zaheer partying & dancing.

A rare photo Indian Cricketers Sachin, Sehwag and Zaheer partying & dancing.

Gurkha soldiers, Brighton Pavilion. During the First World War, millions of wounded soldiers had to be accommodated in the UK; Brighton Pavilion was used for Indian troops from 1914 to 1916, and later for British wounded (Indian troops had moved to the Middle East after 1916).

Gurkha soldiers, Brighton Pavilion. During the First World War, millions of wounded soldiers had to be accommodated in the UK; Brighton Pavilion was used for Indian troops from 1914 to 1916, and later for British wounded (Indian troops had moved to the Middle East after 1916).

The Maharani of Sikkim, c.1900, photo by John Claude White, page 207 in Posing for Posterity: Royal Indian Portraits by Pramod Kumar KG

The Maharani of Sikkim, c.1900, photo by John Claude White, page 207 in Posing for Posterity: Royal Indian Portraits by Pramod Kumar KG

Bhangarh, India - was once a thriving village that was suddenly abandoned in the 1640's under mysterious circumstances. Legends surround the disappearances of the villagers, but no reasonable explanation has been offered. Whatever happened will likely never be known. Bhangarh remains uninhabited to this day and no one is allowed in the city at night and posted signs demand no admittance is allowed between sunrise and sunset. Makes you wonder just what lies within the city at night...hmmm

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Bhangarh, India - was once a thriving village that was suddenly abandoned in the 1640's under mysterious circumstances. Legends surround the disappearances of the villagers, but no reasonable explanation has been offered. Whatever happened will likely never be known. Bhangarh remains uninhabited to this day and no one is allowed in the city at night and posted signs demand no admittance is allowed between sunrise and sunset. Makes you wonder just what lies within the city at night...hmmm

Stairs to Samrat Yantra The main tower of the Samrat Yantra at Jantar Mantar in Jaipur. The Yantra is a 75 foot tall sundial which is accurate to 20 seconds. The photographer and others tested it against a friend's watch which was set to the atomic clock. It was less than a minute off.

Stairs to Samrat Yantra The main tower of the Samrat Yantra at Jantar Mantar in Jaipur. The Yantra is a 75 foot tall sundial which is accurate to 20 seconds. The photographer and others tested it against a friend's watch which was set to the atomic clock. It was less than a minute off.

Jewellery box and a tanpura swan | Flickr - Photo Sharing!  Photograph credits belong to Suhael Choudhury and any representation of this capture needs permission of the photographer

Jewellery box and a tanpura swan | Flickr - Photo Sharing! Photograph credits belong to Suhael Choudhury and any representation of this capture needs permission of the photographer

Head of a Female Figure  Date:     6th–7th century Culture:     India (Kashmir, possibly Akhnur) Medium:     Clay or terracotta

Head of a Female Figure Date: 6th–7th century Culture: India (Kashmir, possibly Akhnur) Medium: Clay or terracotta

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