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Friday, July 17, 2009

Tavarakere Village

On our return from Ramohalli to Bangalore, we decided to take a different but longer route via Tavarakere Village. This road was definitely superior. We briefly stopped over at the Tavarakere Sunday morning bazaar, a typical dusty village environment with a lot of hustle & bustle. On sale were vegetables, ground nuts,corn, fruits, meat, fish, poultry, sheep & a range of miscellaneous items. While the ladies were busy driving a good bargain and picking up farm fresh vegetables, I wandered around. My camera shutter kept clicking away and I succeeded in getting some delectable shots of a typical Indian countryside market.

19 comments:

  1. Hi Ram:)

    Very interesting and lovely colorful photos.

    We hardly know how people in interior parts of India live and do their shopping.

    Sunday market should be very useful because people are free on that day and can do their shopping in leisure. Prices will also be less and the products will be fresh. People must be buying enough to meet their weekly requirement.

    Very thoughtful of you to show us a glimpse of the market with excellent photos.

    I wonder if you bought any thing from there:)

    Have a wonderful day Ram:)
    Joseph

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  2. Ram, these are very interesting images of the Indian market, a really beautiful sequence!
    Happy weekend!

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  3. Hie, Sunday Sandhai...
    (Ok, I know, the spelling and word 'hie' looks stupid, but I wanted it to rhyme with 'tie').... :)

    As usual nice pics, great post.. :)

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  4. Ah! The typical Indian market. Well-captured, Ram. I particularly like the red tones of the last shot.

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  5. great great post and great pics sir :) Its always great to visit villages :D I love visiting villages and click whatever I see lol!

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  6. Great shots and interesting to get a view of the countryside in India. Thanks for your visit to my blog and comment on my skywatch post.

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  7. Hey Ram

    Interesting market
    in your country :)
    Colorful pictures !!
    Its always funny to see a market in other country's,
    Thanks for showing us ^__^

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  8. Thank you for your interesting village photos! I have never seen sheep like this type.

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  9. Hi Ram. I love the shot of the boy in the truck with the fish and the dog.

    These are authentic images of an India not seen by everyone.

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  10. Your pictures are very "alive" and show your joy of clicking. And most interesting, as well. I like to explore other lands and cultures through the lense of the people who live there. Thank-you.

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  11. Truly lovely captures. They give such a wonderful feel of the Indian village life.

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  12. awesome pics.. the first pic is a story in itself..

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  13. There are large collections of everything! I've never seen so many chickens crowded together.

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  14. Great pics of a countryside market! Gosh! what a crowded coop of chicks - fighting for space and air!!

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  15. Very interesting.Feel like visiting the village.The photos are absolutely superb.You are really a very good photographer.

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  16. lovely shots indeed. was wondering how u got that red tinge in the last shot?

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  17. Sir i must say you have an eye for detail when it comes to Photography loved it.

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  18. This is a really beautiful post! I like veru mch to see a countru through the eyes of a discerning local.
    Thank you for your visit, may I reciprocate the compliment?

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