Photo: Virtual Illusion in India

April 21st, 2009 by Smithsonian Journeys
Can you see the whirling dancer? Photo: Amy Kotkin

Can you see the whirling dancer? Photo: Amy Kotkin

Look closely and you can make out the colorful costume of a whirling Indian dancer. On our recent Extraordinary Cultures by Private Jet tour, Journeys Director Amy Kotkin took this photograph in India. Specially designed by Rajeev Sethi, the “Taj Mall—Agra Bazaar Revisited” was a multi-phonic bazaar pulsing with 170 performers singing, dancing, playing music, doing magic, acrobatics, and puppetry, juggling, and doing impersonations.

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2 Responses to “Photo: Virtual Illusion in India”

  1. Rusty Says:

    This is one fine photo! Great traveling with you young lady.

  2. Rusty Says:

    More pictures of this event can be found here: http://www.childress.com/2009/04/06/the-taj-mahal-agra-india-click-on-thumbs-to-view/

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