a taste of INDIAN culture

made a quick stop at the indian festival this weekend…it seems like the vendors were either selling jewelry or traditional fabric/apparel

there was alot more but i was unable to stay…managed to grab some lamb and chicken curry with naan bread to go and a very refreshing MANGO lassi (smoothie)…delicious!

photos by me

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48 thoughts on “a taste of INDIAN culture

    • alot of diverse and cultural festivals in columbus, ohio to attend all year round…
      fresh cut mango blended with either milk or yogurt…and you get smooth, sweet, tasty and healthy mango smoothie!!!
      thank you so much for asking 😀

  1. I LOVE THEIR JEWERLY, FABRICS AND COLORS, SO VIBRANT…I CAN TOLERATE SOME OF THEIR FOODS…WHAT YOU HAD LOOKS DELICIOUS. NEXT TIME MAKE A LPATE FOR A SISTA…LOL

  2. Hey dear!photos r great n the bracelates looking gu too..i feel like having that indian food already,indeed very tasty …..it shud b my dinner 2nyt i know where they do it ryt,samwea in town.

  3. I like your captures of the various booths at this festival! I went to one last weekend, a smaller venue, I’m sure, and could not quite “get into” a mode of how to work with my camera. You’ve given me some ideas. Thanks!

  4. Mango lassi… yum!! I cheat and buy frozen mango chunks from Trader Joe’s. Maybe not as good as fresh, but it still hits the spot! You have some beautiful photos that make me want to reach out and touch the beautiful fabrics. Thank you for stopping by our family photo blog project!

  5. Your pictures are so fantastic!
    By the way, have you ever been to Thailand? Thailand has many places to visit and see and learn Thai culture and stuff. Maybe someday your post is: A taste of Thai culture.

    • i would LOVE to visit Thailand…its SO beautiful!!
      it would be a DREAM come true…
      i hope to visit some day
      thank you so much!!

  6. These photos are fantastic — I really want to travel to India, so I love seeing these images. Thank you for sharing and thank you for stopping by Travel Oops and liking the Travel Ahh…!

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