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A security guard on his duty, his behaviour is significant by the body language and the expressions he is giving… You can also see the bottle under the chair where he is sitting, which he's used to drink water. After clicking this image, the security guard saw me & gave me a strict look and told me “hey bro, why u clicking my pictures, go somewhere else” 😆 Streetsofindia _soi Streetphotography Hauzkhazvillage India SecurityGuard People Incredibleindia Indiaclicks Sodelhi Yehdelhihai Dilli DelhiDairies Instapic Instagram Photojournalism Photography Everydayeverywhere Worldwide Everydaylife Dailylife Everydaydelhi Discoverindia NETGEO Photooftheday shotinIndia street
A strong message from an ordinary man..., his looks are strong though. Bookfair Man Delhidiaries Delhi Worldwide WorldBookFair Words Message Everydaydelhi Everydaylife Photojournalism Photography Pragatimaidan Centraldelhi India Indiaclicks Instapic Instagram Saying Looks Muhamad Islamicinformationcenter Iic
While i clicked this image, the old man was feeding his pet , a cat,. What i like is the smile on his face came through the love for his pet. India Oldagepeople Face Smile Love Photojournalism Instagram Instapic Delhi DelhiNCR _soi Yehdelhihai Streetphotography Headshot Photography ASIA Worldwide Everydayeverywhere Photooftheday Squareinstapic Joy Life Everydaylife Everydaydelhi Dailylife
"TIRANGA" combination of three colours courage, peace and the earth and it symbolise INDEPENDENCE. This national flag of India hoisted at Central Park, Connaught Place, New Delhi is the second largest national flags of India till now, the flag was hoisted for the first time. Tiranga Independence Flag India Incredibleindia Delhi Sodelhi CentralPark Yehdelhihai Indiaclicks _soi Nation Dilli DelhiDairies Instapic Instagram Photojournalism Photography Everydayeverywhere Worldwide Everydaylife Dailylife Everydaydelhi Discoverindia Photooftheday shotinIndia
Childhood, captured at book fair, pragati maidan, delhi. Childhood Delhi Pragatimaidan Boy Pollyspinkbook Bookfair DelhiDairies Centraldelhi Worldwide Everydaylife Everydaydelhi Everydayeverywhere Ever Photojournalism ASIA WorldBookFair India Incredibleindia Instapic Instagram Instagramers Instadaily Book
Republic of India भारत गणराज्य The decision to build a residence in New Delhi for the British Viceroy was taken after it was decided during the Delhi Durbar in 1910 that the capital of India would be relocated from Calcutta ( Kolkata) to Delhi. When the plan for a new city,New Delhi, adjacent to and south of Old Delhi, was developed in the beginning of the 20th century, the new palace for the Viceroy of India was given an enormous size and prominent position. About 4,000 acres of land was acquired to begin the construction of Viceroy's House, as it was officially called, and adjacent Central Secretariat between 1911 and 1916 by relocating Raisina and Malcha villages that existed there and their 300 families under the Land & Acquisition Act.The British architect Edwin Landseer Lutyens , a major member of the city-planning process, was given the primary architectural responsibility. Rashtrapatibhawan Lighting Decoration Delhi India Incredibleindia Igersindia Delhiigers DelhiGram Sodelhi Soidelhi Saddidilli Everydaydelhi Dfordelhi Delighted  Delhidiaries Mytraveldiary Framedsymphonies Mobilephotography Mytravelgram Wanderlust Wanderer Traveller Instagram _soi indianarmy indiapictures indiaclicks storiesofindia igramming_india