Pam made an offering of flowers on the Ganges River, Thanksgiving morning.
From New Years 2017-18
We had a close encounter with a Bengal tiger named "Arrowhead" in Ranthambore National Park, India.
Pam and David hosted a Dartmouth Alumni Travel group in northern India.
Pam is about to touch a cobra, in Jaipur India.
From Street scenes
An offering of candle and flowers float on the Ganges River, Thanksgiving morning.
From 12 best
Chand Baori step well.
Two of the village women (sisters) prepare dinner for their families.
A woman prepares the childrens' mid-day meal at the public school.
A vendor of tobacco & candy, village of Lalsot, Rajasthan.
Chai wallah in Shahpura, Rajasthan.
Arches - Amber Fort, Jaipur.
A well-dressed couple visiting with a professional photographer - perhaps for an engagement announcement?
Crescent serpent eagle, Ranthambore National Park.
Dartmouth group at the Taj Mahal.
A Bengal tiger named "Arrowhead", Ranthambore National Park.
Cobra snake charmers, Jaipur.
From Agra: other sights
One of many carvings at Chand Baori step well.
An elderly man rests at Sarnath, Varanasi.
Kullhad Chai is served in traditional clay single-use cups. I saw them in some street vendors, and here, in the Gateway Hotel.
Pam, David P., and Kip ride a camel cart back from the village.
From Rajasthani villages
We ride a camel cart back from the village.
The Dartmouth group visits a local village.
Villagers watch the dance presentation.
A village woman and child watch the dance demonstration.
A boy demonstrates a traditional wedding dance.
Men of the village watch the dance presentation.
Men play music for the dance presentation.
A villager awaits the dance presentation.
The Dartmouth group (Pam, David P.) rides camel carts to a local village.
A camel cart, preparing to transport us to a local village.
Pam gets a henna design applied to her hands.
Mother-teacher meeting at the public school.
Weekly menu of the mid-day meal at the public school.
Buddhist monks visit Dhamekh Stupa.
From Varanasi other sights
Dhamekh Stupa, said to house some of the bones of Buddha himself.
Carvings on Dhamekh Stupa.