Photographer's Note

The vast Adina Mosque at Pandua, Malda, West Bengal was built in 1369 by Sikander Shah. It was one of the largest mosques in India, built over a Hindu temple, and has 378 small domes. Its impressive ruins attract tourists from all over the world.
This group of tourists were probably from Bangla Desh. They appeared to be traditional Muslims who were looking at the mosque with reverence in their gaze.

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