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My Thoughts on India

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Looking back on the past nine days has me with mixed feelings about this country. This has been by far the most challenging travel that I have done. Within this bubble of crazy experiences I have met some wonderful people; travelers and locals. I have much respect for the people of Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh. They live in the harshest of conditions in the desert. Their customs are rich with ancient Hindu and Muslim beliefs. Their temples and ancient ruins have stood for thousands of years. I find this really amazing especially with how fast things are changing with our global economy.

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Goodbye India! May your rich traditions continue for eternity.

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Posted by CirrusNine 03:32 Archived in India

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May it’s not easy to conclude for such country as India. Yet it unveils quite different aspects as we come close to it. Anyway, it did initiate something in my mind for further exploration in the life . And I apprecitate all the people, things I experienced.

by eileen

Lance you are such an amazing photographer. I know right something youve never heard b4. Guess just thought it was my turn ;) . Thank you for sharing! I really ejoyed observing your trip.

Tara

by Tara Miyakawa

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