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Manipuri dance
Manipuri dance HYDERABAD,AP,INDIA- APRIL 08:Savanabrata sircar performs Manipuri dance during Naatya tarang on April 08,2012 in Hyderabad,Ap,India. Major form of indian classical dance dating back to15th century.
A Traditional Kecak Dance
A Traditional Kecak Dance Bali, Indonesia-September 19. 2014 : A Traditional Kecak Dances performed by local professional actors in the in front of the hotel for the tourist
Ugrasen ki Baoli
Ugrasen ki Baoli Underground step-well Ugrasen ki Baoli in heart of New Delhi, India. 14th Century AD. It is a protected monument and consisting of 103 steps and built by Maharaja Agrasen in the Mahabharat era
Ugrasen ki Baoli
Ugrasen ki Baoli Underground step-well Ugrasen ki Baoli in heart of New Delhi, India. 14th Century AD. It is a protected monument and consisting of 103 steps and built by Maharaja Agrasen in the Mahabharat era
A Traditional Kecak Dance
A Traditional Kecak Dance Bali, Indonesia-September 19. 2014 : A Traditional Kecak Dances performed by local professional actors in the in front of the hotel for the tourist
Ugrasen ki Baoli
Ugrasen ki Baoli Underground step-well Ugrasen ki Baoli in heart of New Delhi, India. 14th Century AD. It is a protected monument and consisting of 103 steps and built by Maharaja Agrasen in the Mahabharat era
Background for the feast of Krishna Happy Janmashtami
Background for the feast of Krishna Happy Janmashtami Background for the feast of Krishna Happy Janmashtami
Background for the feast of Krishna Happy Janmashtami
Background for the feast of Krishna Happy Janmashtami Background for the feast of Krishna Happy Janmashtami
The monks the entrance to the cave Vasistha
The monks the entrance to the cave Vasistha The cave is located 12 km upstream of Rishikesh on the Ganges river. The name of the cave was named the sage Vasishtha, who lived at the time of the Mahabharata, and known for his commentaries on the ancient Vedic texts
Ugrasen ki Baoli
Ugrasen ki Baoli Underground step-well Ugrasen ki Baoli in heart of New Delhi, India. 14th Century AD. It is a protected monument and consisting of 103 steps and built by Maharaja Agrasen in the Mahabharat era