Monday, August 08, 2016

RGB Monday

Today’s post will have something more colorful, connecting two peace loving countries. Yes, I see the relationship between the Tibet and India exhibit through these photos and how well they coordinate to do their business.

Below is an image carrying colorful flags above a row of Tibetan shops on the Kodaikanal Lake road.

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The shops that sells woolen clothes seems to have a fixed rate for their products, forming a Tibetan welfare association they work in a way of supporting  each other. You could see a name board placed above the shop, thanking India for supporting the Tibetan causes with the images of the fathers of both the nations.

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Above is another set of shops from the same array, bearing the board of their association and being a hill station most of their products are woolen blankets and scarfs to keep the nights warm and comfort. 

10 comments:

Rajesh said...

Beautiful and colourful.

TexWisGirl said...

the flags definitely draw you in.

L. D. said...

Both shops are so colorful. I bet the wool blankets would keep them very warm. Warm just like sleeping next to a sheep. I like a lot of color and share them with my photos too.

Lady Fi said...

Such beautiful colours and shots.

Sandhya said...

Tamil board! Nice place....hope to visit one day!

George said...

I also like your colorful header.

Destination Infinity said...

I guess it should be even colder in Tibet, so people from there should be feeling a little 'hot' in Kodai maybe! :)

Destination Infinity

Chandra@GreenComotion said...

Great to see HH Dalai Lama and Mahatma Gandhi in these photo banners, Jeevan.
Great leaders and worthy causes - most definitely!
The shops are always so much fun to look at.
The colors are awesome.
Have a Happy Week ahead!
Peace :)

Uppal said...

Tibetan small time traders are i think, spread all over India. Even in Patiala they've been allotted a specific area to set their shops. in summer also they do good business because they add other stuff to their wares. I've seen school bags,caps, belts and lot of other stuff displayed in their shops.
Interesting colorful pictures.

Twilight Man said...

When I saw the 5 colour flags, I knew it must be the Tibetan religious flags! I am happy to note that India is very kind to extend its open doors to help the Tibetans in exile until today.