Today let me introduce to you a video titled 12 ways to travel in India.
It took some ten years to shoot this video. The reason being that the scenes are from various parts of India: East, North and West of India, and I was actually living in Finland most of the time. The distance between India and Finland is some 6000 kilometers. But here it is now – 12 ways to travel in India, in just two minutes – a video inspiring and encouraging other travellers to try the Indian train, camel, horse, scooter, airplane, bicycle rickshaw and what else – see it for yourself!
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This Indivue Travel Video will take you ten years back in India, to a small town named Fatehpur Sikri in Agra district in Uttar Pradesh, and to a sight called Buland Darwaza, which is the main entrance to a famous Muslim mosque there.
After watching this short video of Buland Darwaza and the surrounding sceneries, you will get to see more videos of the same topic, so enjoy your adventure!
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TajMahal is located in the city of Agra, and near by Taj Mahal is also another famous sight, the Red Fort in Agra, which was built by the famous emperor Shah Jahan. You can see the walls of Red Fort in Agra filmed some 10 years back, in 2007, in the other video.
After watching this short video about Red Fort in Agra, more videos about it will come, so take a look!
A beautiful scene from Agra, India, was the inspirer for this digital painting.
You know Taj Mahal, the most famous sight in India, is located in Agra,
and the river running behind Taj Mahal can be seen in this painting as well.
During the time, when this painting started, there was no fast highway from Delhi to Agra, like there is nowadays, making the travelling there a lot more easier.
Taj Mahal indeed is an incredibly beautiful sight and definitely worth seeing. I myself would go there anytime again,
especially in the morning or evening hours, when the light is at its best.
If you’re planning to go to Agra yourself, check out the latest travelideas, hotels, sights and restaurants for Agra from here http://bit.ly/AgraTravel
But back to the painting from Agra – The wheather in India that day, when this painting started, was sunny and dry and the daytime temperature was above 40 degrees. Coincidently, the artist’s temperature was also almost 40 degrees back then that day, but it didn’t stop her – she wanted to see the Taj Mahal and so she did it, because she might not have gotten another chance, at least anytime soon.
High temperatures combined with slow internet and the lack of proper equipment, technique and funding were the reasons why it took whole ten years for this digital painting to be made. Yes, the internet in India at that time was very very slow, and posting a mere fifty kilobyte picture to the internet took several tens of minutes.
But times they are a-changing – check out the instaimages from Agra now from here: