Bare Feet and Colorful Saris
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Bare Feet and Colorful Saris

Most visitors to the Taj Mahal go barefooted which adds to the experience since you're walking on smooth marble. This detail photo shows some women wearing their colorful saris walking in front of the main entrance to the tomb.

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More of my Taj Mahal photos: Taj Mahal Reflection, Face of the Taj Mahal, Flowing Color on Marble, and the traditional Taj Mahal photo taken from farther away.


Posted Jun 30, 2010 8:51 am

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