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Starting the Gwalior series on the blog today. With the colossal Jinas of Gwalior Fort. 

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Colours of India. The Peacock is the National Bird of India, and it's such a pleasure to spot one. This was at Gwalior, at the Neemrana property, Deo Bagh. 
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Colours of time. A woman sits in the corridor of an ancient temple in Trichy, selling grass to be fed to cows. This would once have been a hallway flanked by pillars. You can see one of them, with the patron's figure carved on it behind her. Today, it's just a long passage, with painted walls covering the spaces between the pillars. I wonder if people sat here then too, selling their wares to the devotees! 
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Colours of Summer Rains.... At Kabini earlier this month, we awoke to heavy rains, and this carpet of Gulmohur flowers all over the paths.
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Colours of rural India. The scene around a temple tank somewhere near Trichy, Tamilnadu. 
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Sunlight, mountains and youth.... Colors of childhood. Watching these boys clamber over the rocks brought back a host of childhood memories..... At Trichy,Tamilnadu. 
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Colours of the road.... Truck art in Chennai, which makes boring journeys interesting 😀
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The sky, the sea and the sand. Marina Beach as seen from the Lighthouse. #Chennai 
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Colour of fragrance. I always associate South India with these lovely jasmine flowers, which we string together and wear on our hair. And here I am in Chennai, welcomed by them! 
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Colours of royalty. Frescoes on the ceiling of the Thirumalai Nayak Palace at Madurai. 
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