India has called to me for years.  Back in the late 90's I was fortunate to attend and photograph the funeral of Mother Teresa in Calcutta.  A week working there and I was hooked.  Recently I made a trip to Varanasi for a week and while my comfort level was challenged daily, my photographic senses were on fire while there.

An Indian woman looks on from a small village on the outskirts of Varanasi, India.

An Indian bride and groom at the river Ghanges in Varanasi.

A Varanasi, India holyman looks on near the Ghanges river.

The weathered hands of a Hindu Holyman near the banks of the Ghanges river.

The faithful come to bathe in the Ghanges river near Varanasi, India.

Cattle along with people roam the streets of Varanasi, India.

A Sadhu or holyman attends to adying cow on the streets of Varanasi, India.

The Hindu faithful gther for a free vegetarian meal at an outdoor kitchen in Varanasi, India.

Cattle along with others roam the streets of Varanasi, India.

A food vendor watches for customers as she braces against the morning chill in Varanasi, India.

The faithful gather in Varanasi, India.

Hungry men gather for a free vegetarian meal at a street kitchen in Varanasi, India.

A Varanasi, India street vendor watches for customers.

A vendor naps during a slow time along the banks of the Ghanges river in Varanasi, India.

Varanasi, India street portrait

Varanasi street portrait

Varanasi, India street beggar.

An Indian woman looks on from her small village on the outskirts of Varanasi, India.

Indian women look on from a small village near Varanasi, India.

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