All about India's capital.
Two young boys mix colors at a dye-making business in Delhi, India. The blood-red brew is blended with corn flour then spread on a roof for drying. The resulting powder is then ready to be tossed by celebrants of India's colorful Holi festival.
wow what a captures.Never b4 i have seen hw colors are made.Good one
nice catch prachi yet again
its a good click, wonder so many people work hard to make us enjoy holi.
Lovely capture, red color is so nice BUT wonder they are doing it bare hand, its harmful the chemicals......smae thought as that of ashok, people work for us to enjoy holi, its fun for rest, For them its bread and butter.GoodKeep it up!!
colorful n very lovelt capture
good one, its surely bread n butter for them....for all of us its just a day to play with colors n while doing so we never wonder from where and who has prepared these colors.
good work keep it up!!
ह्म्म, बहुत अच्छे!
I wonder how long it takes before the dye finally comes off their hands?
Enjoy ..... Have a grt festival of colors !!!
just wondering hw much ur mind is always looking 4 a catch all over the city, u have really good sense of photography prachikeep it up
good capture as always prachi
this is lovely... had never thought about the effort that went in to make 'gulal'!
good one prachi
Very interesting post and the photo is nice too. I saw that you have NCR in your profile. I worked there after I was discharged from the Army, 53 years ago. I worked in Research and Development and then in Military Equipment where we designed and make rescue beacons used by downed pilots in Vietnam. Gosh that was a long time ago.
that was good post with lovelypic n good info
looks like blood......nice post with good info
this is a nice catch ... I love colours !!
that was intresting bit of info accomapnied by lovely click
color looks lovely
i love colors n holi
Hey... Great posting on Holi. I am Varun from Kolkata and we celebrate 2 day Holi. One in 11th March for Bengali and another on 12th March for non-bengali. Check my blog for Holi Phagwa Doljatra 2009. Your comment on my Holi postings will be highly appreciated.
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