Faces of India – 129

The shot taken at a tea stall in Kufri. The customer waiting patiently as the snacks he ordered were being fried.

of India, a series through which I intend to portray the various
characters of my country whom I met during my travels. See more 

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34 Responses

  1. Sylvia K says:

    Wonderful faces and I do enjoy this series so much! Thank you! Hope you're enjoying a good weekend, Indrani!

  2. TexWisGirl says:

    nice portrait of two gents.

  3. Pallavi says:

    Kufri! I loved the beauty of that place and also the food at the roadside stalls :)Nice capture.

  4. wow Indrani its just so natural.. i have become a great fan of all ur series.. good job.

  5. Wonderful pic

  6. Expressive and good coverage

  7. Lovely faces. The man on the right is very focused on his food to come!

  8. Bibi says:

    Now I want to make a masala chai.

  9. magiceye says:

    Beautifully captured!!

  10. Wonderful photo!

  11. Carver says:

    I always enjoy these portraits so much.

  12. Handsome face of India!
    Cool shot..

  13. I like how this photo tells a story.


  15. Najm Nisa says:

    The look the customer giving in the picture is exactly the same as mine when my mom is cooking something delicious and I impatiently look on get my hands on it 🙂

  16. Had been to Kufri in 2010 and I loved the place. Nice shot 🙂

  17. Clever capture! Apt to the title

  18. bushra M says:

    Lovely post Indrani…

  19. The himachalis with their disticnt features. They look like brothers. Or is it just me? 😀

    On a serious note, koi pakode nikaal de kadhaai se please 😛

  20. Very interesting series Indrani.

  21. Captured it well..have a nice day!

  22. Looks like he is frying pakoras, the concentration in the yes of the cook and the observation in the face of the customer proves that the dish is yummy. Did you manage to catch some pakoras as well???

  23. Thanks for the comments friends!
    Athena's Take, yes I did eat some of the pakoras there. 🙂

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