When Indians go on outings, they like to wear their best clothes, even to go to the beach. Swim suits are out, of course, so the women go in the water in their beautiful bright coloured saris.
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clodreno (0) 2003-11-01 2:24
I kind of like this picture, but the people in the water are disturbing to me. I did a workshop..
martin (1242) 2003-11-01 5:52
The saris are certainly colourful and beautiful. I hope you do not mind a second workshop, one which follows clodreno in cloning out the people in the sea but also does a couple of other things you may find helpful.
MiguelP (14466) 2004-07-26 17:05
I like your picture, I´ve seen also the workshop and I rather prefer your vision, the real one... Watching the men in the water you realize that women are not allow to got a bath while man are without shirt swiming. Keep it like it is. Congratulation and I hope you spend a good time in Mahabalipura, as well as I had years ago.
pqrshanth (21) 2005-03-14 3:37
A small correction. The dress - worn by 2 elder girls on the right) is not saree and its called as "Salwar kamiz" or "Chudi dhaar". And the dress small girl is wearing, is one of the traditional dress - its something similar to skirts of western countries.
- Copyright: Denys Meakin (denysm) (95)
- Genre: People
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2002-01-12
- Categories: Daily Life
- Photo Version: Original Version, Workshop
- Theme(s): Beach Walkers and Runners, Red ... the color of passion ... Part II [view contributor(s)]
- Date Submitted: 2003-10-31 22:56