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Rural Roots in Southern India

“Sensory Overload”.  One of the first things I noticed when I arrived in India was how bombarded my senses were with so many colors, new sights and smells, a constant soundtrack of car horns, people talking and even cows, and of course such a wide variety of fresh produce and foods to taste at the numerous markets around. This scene in Mysore’s Devaraja market captures a small piece of that commotion – the colorful displays of fruit, curious faces and so many little things that demand your attention.

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“Sensory Overload”. One of the first things I noticed when I arrived in India was how bombarded my senses were with so many colors, new sights and smells, a constant soundtrack of car horns, people talking and even cows, and of course such a wide variety of fresh produce and foods to taste at the numerous markets around. This scene in Mysore’s Devaraja market captures a small piece of that commotion – the colorful displays of fruit, curious faces and so many little things that demand your attention.

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