24 Hours in Delhi, India in Black & White Photos

Take away the modern scooters and Vodaphone advertising that saturates the landscape of India, certain parts of Delhi could easily be mistaken for something out the 1950s.

So I took it upon myself to take you back in time, with a selection of black and white images taken within the first 24 hours of arriving in India.

24 Hours in Delhi, India in Black & White photos

India loves a bit of old school flyering (Old Delhi)

It’s sad to see but it’s part of Indian life - such poverty…(Paharganj)

And yet such wealth. Not a bad pad by today’s standards. (Hanuman Temple)

Not to be outdone, the Muslims built the largest mosque in India - Jama Masjid (Old Delhi)

It pays to be a cow in India. Sacred to the Hindu religion (Main Bazar, Paharganj)

Why bother with the breakers yard, when you can just leave it on the street. (Paharganj)

The crumbling facades just add to the character of Paharganj

Sadly something we don’t see that often in the UK anymore


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