Explore India and more!

Explore related topics

Artista Mazher Nizar

"Divided between two cultures, it has been two decades ago since I came from India back to Yemen.

Holi, India  Also known as the festival of colors and love, this vivid spring festival brings all people together. The social barriers break completely, friend or stranger, rich or poor, men or women, children or elders, Hindu or not, all people come together to celebrate the end of the winter season. And most important to celebrate that everyone is the same!

Holi, India Also known as the festival of colors and love, this vivid spring festival brings all people together. The social barriers break completely,…

Image result for african elephant mom and baby tattoo

Image result for african elephant mom and baby tattoo

A woman celebrating during the Holi Festival in India. This image is from The Story of God with... [Photo of the day - April 2016]

A woman celebrating during the Holi Festival in India. This image is from The Story of God with. [Photo of the day - April

Learning about African culture? Here's a fun #lessonplan addition. African Pasta Collar Necklace Activity.

African Collar Necklace

AGREGANDO POLVOS DE COLORES A UN MANDALA -  Cultura India

An Indian woman applies coloured powder to her "rangoli", a Hindu ritual design. Rangolis are drawn in front of homes early in the morning with a beautiful motif to welcome relatives and friends to mark the New Year.

Lino-printing is fast becoming one of my new favourite things to do.

Handprinted FABRICS

Examples of Lino Cut And Wood Block Fabric Printing. Includes Video Of India Wood Block Textile Printing

In Kathmandu, a Festival for Women - Arts & Lifestyle - The Atlantic Cities   #Amazmerizing

In Kathmandu, a Festival for Women

In Kathmandu, a Festival for Women - Arts & Lifestyle - The Atlantic Cities -the darker the mehendi (henna), the more your husband will love you.as the saying goes

Bhils are the adivasi people residing mostly in the western Deccan and central regions of India.

Rajasthan woman, India (I love the contrast of her pale eyes and beautiful skin. It reminds me of the National Geographic girl)

Pinterest
Search