A procession dressed as Hindu Gods and Goddesses rides though town, towed by tractors and blearing Hindu pop music.
Jodhpur, the blue city, is no longer so blue, with blue paint being replaced by a favoured local stone material.
A Rickshaw ice cream vendor set up alongside the Kochi waterfront.
A pilgrim returning from washing his hands in the Holy Ganga as a flock of birds flies by.
Three immaculately dressed Muslim boys walking from a nearby Mosque pose for a photograph.
One of the many Catholic churches dotted around a predominantly Catholic Kerala state.
A woman walks down a street that mainly sells home audio equipment, flooded with afternoon sunlight.
A couple sit together next to bushes sculpted as soldiers, in the Jallianwala Bagh Garden, a memorial for the British massacre of hundreds of peaceful protestors in 1919.
School children from the local Satya Sai Baba school walk down to the edge of the Holy Ganga River for the daily sunset ceremony.
A statue of Mary, watches over the predominantly Catholic town of Panjim.
A young man poses for a photograph in front of the Taj Mahal Hotel.
A man rides his motorcycle past a funeral procession outside a home.
Soldiers of the Indian Army pose for a photograph at Ahilyabai Ghat, on the banks of the Holy Ganga River.
Children play soccer, rather than cricket, in the former Portuguese colonies of Kerala.
Locals watch over the River Ganga.
A young G at the Golden Temple of Amritsar. It is a requirement for all to cover their heads when inside the Temple.
A group of men gambling and smoking dope, hidden from the eyes of the roaming police, on the banks of the river Ganga.
A group of bros demand a photograph while riding on a tractor drawn cart.
Two pilgrims visiting the holy city take an interest in me while a candy floss seller looks on.
A stray dog emerges from a dark alleyway.
Hanuman the Hindu Monkey God lurks in the shadows of a Panjim alleyway.
A little girl smiles through one of the small windows of the Palace of the Winds.
A holy man poses for a photograph. He charged 200 rupees.
Young boys pose in front of the Santa Cruz Basilica, a Catholic church.
The holy lake at Pushkar.
The brightly painted Portuguese architecture of Fort Kochi.
Three boys wearing striped soccer shirts, beside the Kochi Harbour. Unlike the rest of the Cricket playing country, Soccer is the sport of choice for the ex-Portuguese states in India.
A man with shopping walks past red Coca-Cola advertising.
A local man stops to pray at a representation of the Hindu Monkey God, Hanuman.
A young man poses outside the local Communist Party offices. Kerala has been a communist state since 1957.
The local Communist Party offices, with pictures of Che Guavara and Fidel Castro.
A local store owner inspects his wares under a single light, in one of the winding streets of Varanasi.
A man reads the newspaper while waiting for photographs to develop, standing in front of the backdrop.
At the banks of the Holy River Ganga, Shiva's head pokes up above a building built for prayers.
A small boy running down the street, with Mehrangarh Fort looming above.
A local woman walks down a small decorated street.
Young Sikhs undressing to bathe in the Holy Lake of the Golden Temple.
A pilgrim walks through thin alleyways as he makes his way from the riverside.
A young Sathya Sai Baba school boy walking down to the Holy River Ganga.
Old men chat in the waterfront fishing market.
A baptised Sikh and his weapons, preparing to have his photograph taken.
Our slick rickshaw driver looking over the mountains.
Old men read the newspaper under sunlight, on a hot summer's day.
A girl buys candy floss from a vender.
The call to prayer sounding throughout the city, rush hour at twilight.
Bhang is an edible form of cannabis which has been used in India since before the Vedic period and is an integral part of Indian Hindu culture. Hindu monks make use of the effects of bhang to boost meditation and to achieve transcendental states. In the ancient text Atharvaveda, Bhang is described as a beneficial herb that "releases anxiety". Hindus associate it with their most powerful deity Shiva.
A young man poses for a photograph along the coastline of the city.
A candy floss vender rings his bell to attract customers, as they bathe in the Ganga.
One of the many sword sellers in the old city.
Keep blazing stay amazing.
Music is a life, headphone, Bee cool.
Youngsters hang out on the old Toorji Ka Jhalara step well.
Two Indian tourists with matching hats crossing the busy bridge across the Ganga.
A sleepy monkey crosses paths with a man on the bridge.
Old men gather to sell postcards to pilgrims who come to bathe in the River Ganga.
Driving through rush hour Mumbai traffic in a cab.
A man poses his family with a monkey for a family portrait. Monkeys, like cows, are considered holy by Hindus.
A man poses for a photo, while two women look on, during twilight at the India Pakistan border.
Cows are considered holy in most of India, and especially in holy cities.
A man with a mannequin head combs it's hair while others move logs of wood used on the Chinese fishing nets.
A street vender with his bottle hair style.
A small puppy chewing at miscellaneous remains near the cremation pits on the riverside.
A man prays to Mary, at 'Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception' Church.
Old Portuguese architecture by night.
A girl skips into her home in the Blue City.
Kids come to investigate in the thin streets of the Blue City.
A Sikh G on a corner, he charged 50 rupees.
Young Sikhs bathe in the Holy Lake of the Golden Temple.
The washroom of the Golden Temple. Harmandir Sahib is home to the world's largest free kitchen. According to the Croatian Times, it can serve free food for up to 100,000 - 300,000 people every day. At the Langar (Kitchen), food is served to all visitors regardless of faith, religion, or background. Vegetarian food is served to ensure that all people, even those with dietary restrictions, can eat together as equals.
Offerings are made to a dominant male Grey Langur monkey. Monkeys are considered holy by Hindus.