The featured image is from An Enchanting Spiritual Carnival held in Pushkar.
The musical festival SACRED was unveiled for the first time during the Camel Fair .
Photographs that follow are faces in red from different walks of Life in the city of Pushkar.
The lady in the red veil is making Chapatis ( Indian Bread) over a traditional coal fired Chullah ( oven).
Animals and flora are woven seamlessly into the day to day life at Pushkar . The faces are red without the application of Rouge.
The Rhesus Macaque Monkey sits on the Ghats of Pushkar
A bedecked dancer has her ( or maybe his) makeup checked up by a colleague.
Here many splashes of Rouge create the Red Face.
Our guide and escort during the Heritage walk ( part of THE SACRED festival at Pushkar) is caught Red faced by the camera.
The shop in the background is selling the famous and delicious Kachoris ( a salty stuffed snack) of Rajasthan.
As I have mentioned in the blogs preceding this, Pushkar does not permit you to put down your Camera even for a second.
If you do so, an exciting moment would have passed undocumented.