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JRNY.life  Jumped off life's beaten path for a journey around the world. 📍India 🇮🇳 www.JRNY.life


T H A N K F U L. 🦃 #jrnylife
#thanksgiving in America today has us reflecting and full of gratitude that we are able to experience this incredible journey around the world with one another and with all of you through the power of #instagram. Thank you for following and for your many likes, kind comments and meaningful words of encouragement along the way!

Time travel. ⏰ #jrnylife
#traveltuesday back to Jaipur where we visited the monumental Jantar Mantar, made up of 19 oversized astronomical instruments, like sundials and celestial trackers, built of stone, marble and brass in the mid-18th century by the Rajput king.

Love not with words but with deeds. 💗 #jrnylife
Today marks the first-ever #worlddayofthepoor, a call to encounter and embrace those marginalized and left behind in spite of the enormous wealth and abundance of our times; here in India (and during our journey around the world), we have been confronted with the realities of extreme poverty and those who so badly need our aid. Visit We.org or the charity of your choice to help today.

Light the night. 🕯 #jrnylife
India’s Holy City of Varanasi is one of the oldest living cities in the world, playing central roles in Hinduism, Jainism and Buddhism, and at night the sacred Ganges River, which runs through it, becomes aglow with light from the fires of the crematoriums and Hindu ceremonies on the many ghats to the puja candle offerings that float along in the calm waters.

Sikh’ing. 👀 #jrnylife
#tbt to our visit to Sikhism’s sacred Golden Temple in Amritsar, India, where daily more than 100,000 Sikh pilgrims and visitors worship, pray and queue for entry into the 24-karat gold covered holy sanctum that seemingly floats on a large pool of water.

Me to We. 💙 #jrnylife
Today, we had the great honor of visiting our friends @metowe at one of their Indian WE Villages where we learned more about tribal village life, including the daily affairs of agriculture, healthcare, education and water.

Seeing red. 😎 #jrnylife
India is well-known for its vibrant sandstone in an array of colors, but red rules in the lasting examples of Mughal architecture seen throughout their empire in Medieval India.

Barefoot baby. 👣 #jrnylife
Agra’s elegant Tomb of I’timād-ud-Daulah, often called “Baby Taj,” was built in the early 1600s and represents an architectural shift in Mughal construction from using red sandstone to white marble (a later example being the grand Taj Mahal).

Big love. 💗 #jrnylife
The breathtaking Taj Mahal, one of the new world wonders, was constructed in the mid-1600s to house the tomb of the then Mughal emperor’s favorite wife at a cost of nearly US$827 million in today’s currency— true love is priceless.

Tomb shader. ⚱️ #jrnylife
New Delhi is lush and green, especially in manicured Lodi Gardens, a 90-acre city park and protected area, featuring the magnificent stone-carved tombs and monuments of the 15th century Lodi rulers of northern India and Punjab.

Rose above. 🌹 #jrnylife
High above the chaotic and colorful streets of Old Delhi, the flower market sellers dry Indian rose petals on the rooftops, while down below they auction overstuffed sack bags of loose marigolds, dahlias and chrysanthemums, among other beautiful flowers important in the Hindu faith.

Standing with Tibet. ☀️#jrnylife
The north of India has long been a safe haven for many Tibetan refugees who have overcome insurmountable odds to flee the oppression and human rights violations of the Chinese authority; we hope for a future where the Tibetan people can freely govern and peacefully chose their leaders. Visit unitefortibet.org to learn more. #freetibet

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