New website and more to come

Improvement worksThe Pictures of India website really needed a complete makeover, and it's here now.

Welcome to Pictures of India 2.0.

There are still many things to do to make it at least equal in content to what it was, and there are new additions that I would like to bring in the next months. Bear with me as I keep improving your visit and experience with us.

Until the shop is ready, you can always let us know via the contact form should you wish to buy a picture.

My sincere thanks for your understanding and support.

New exhibit and conference at EIT

March 2015 marks a new era at Pictures of India.

We are launching the new website but not only...

The International School of Tourism in Lausanne (EIT) organizes a conference at each start of term and I have been invited to speak about India (and tourism) to the students and professors on Tuesday March 3rd. It is a great opportunity for me as I can talk and talk about India but I have never actually prepared any material, an outline and PowerPoint presentation and made sure it would last one hour. I am very excited about this and already looking forward to share and speak at more conferences in the future.

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My India

The pictures published on this website were taken during my many travels in India. I wanted these travels to be cultural, but they brought me so much more. Beautiful encounters became friendships or simply helped kill time, and out of the ordinary situations sometimes turn into memories, just because the camera was not ready yet.

India captivates, India moves, India talks to my soul and heart, it has become a part of me and every time

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Edit: Pictures of India is legally a non-profit association as from April 8th, 2017. Check the statuses here.

Pictures of India is a privately owned non governmental, non profit organization.

This means we do not have a commercial status, VAT number or an authorization to send you a tax deductible letter for the amount you donate.

The founder, Joanie Waelti, collects the money and brings it to India when she goes. There no intermediary, no other person or company, that stands between your money and the Indian organization that receives it for use in funding educational projects.