Category Archives: India Calls

The Hindu Holy Trinity

The final photojournal of India, and the Hindu religion. Continue reading

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The Women of India – Saris amidst the shanties

A collage of photographic portraits – saris amongst the shanties of India. Continue reading

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The Streets of Chennai

This photojournal of the streets of Chennai offers a view of the chaotic and the serene, where drivers appear to be on a suicide mission, and pedestrians cross the street at their peril. Amidst all this craziness, the Krishnamacharya Yoga Mandiram quietly goes about its mission of helping people and teaching yoga to those who are ready to learn. Continue reading

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The Many Faces of India – The Children of Chennai

The children of Chennai reflect the nature of a city that is as complex as the Hindu gods they worship. Continue reading

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When The Journey Is The Destination

Just trying to get to India for a yoga retreat is full of lessons that teach flexibility, patience and detachment. And that’s before a yoga pose is ever done… Continue reading

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India Called and the Universe Answered!

I have often read that when you follow your heart, the universe provides what you need – not necessarily what you want, but certainly what is required. And being genetically wired to be an optimist, I have always believed that … Continue reading

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