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Don't Look for the Taj Mahal
December 19, 2007   
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An exhibition of photographs taken in northern India and Nepal is on display on the east wall of the Galeria Centrum stores on Marszałkowska Street. The photographs were taken by Zofia Barańska and Justyna Podlaska between March and September.

There are four main themes-Kashmir, The Himalayas, Prayer Time and Portraits of Indian women and children. The 40 photographs aim to show that apart from Hinduism, Islam and Buddhism have also played a key role in India. The exhibition shows the variety of cultures and at the same time a special type of harmony which has evolved from chaos, wealth and an abundance of various religions, philosophies and languages. The photographs attempt to portray India's atmosphere, its climate and the everyday life of its inhabitants. There are no photographs of the Taj Mahal or other architectural treasures.

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