Faces of India – 289

Faces of India

a series through which I intend to portray the various characters of my country whom I met during my travels. I bring back memories of places I visit and things I see and also the souvenirs. So why not the conversations and memories of people I meet! See more here…


Children of Goa, always curious about tourists just like the children from Bishnupur, West Bengal. The similarity struck me, the same curious eyes following and observing tourists.

This is a random click taken while we were on our way to banks of Mandovi River for river rafting. I did not pause to talk, just waved goodbye to them.


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21 Responses

  1. Jasmin N says:

    They’re so adorable! & they look like they’re planning something haha πŸ˜€ Some tricks or something.

  2. Lovely pic πŸ™‚
    Happy Diwali, Greetings.

  3. Nice pic; well clicked

  4. Imaobong says:

    Aww,they are such cuties
    Life in India sure looks peaceful

  5. Yes, these could be the beautiful innocent faces you may encounter in most places in India

  6. Children are always curious…wherever they belong to…cute click πŸ™‚

  7. Children are a bliss! Happy Diwali greetings! πŸ™‚

  8. Ree love30 says:

    Look at that little cheeky face in the middle! So cute! Ree love30

  9. juliasan says:

    We are preparing for a 1-months India trip, starting in 2 weeks. I am looking forward so much to seeing all that you show here. πŸ™‚ Thanks.

  10. Their eyes reflect the naughtiness and zest for life so well. Perfectly timed picture

  11. They look really cute! πŸ™‚ I envy them their natural habitat a bit ʕ‒́α΄₯‒̀ʔっSuch a beautiful nature is there β™₯

  12. i’ve been following your faces of India project, It would be neat to put into a book or ebook. It’s nice to capture people from around India along your travels and gives you a glimpse into their lives.

  13. Jeevan says:

    Pretty kids and cute staring πŸ™‚

  14. Sonnie says:

    A look in their eyes reveals both innocence and curiosity. Ohh my, I missed being a kid

  15. Nice picture! Kids from India just like here in Austria: they are sweet and beautiful! I’m waiting for your next post from this series.

  16. Even I have been curious about people from West Bengal! This satisfies my curiosity though!

  17. Carola says:

    Great picture. I love the spontaneity of it. Just passing by and capturing this moment. Everyone can have their own story with that picture.

  18. nice shot….and the story behind this which leaves a lifetime impression in our memory

  19. Great shot, I love photo series and un-staged portraits. Keep up the good work.

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