India: falling into a rhythm

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Most Temple India students start their day with music and dance classes. Hannah Angle, a junior film major, has decided to purchase a violin during her time here and is learning how to play it through the class.

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Temple students Amanda Pheasant and Lydia Hurley learn a traditional Indian dance during their dance class.

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India students dance in dance class.

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Hannah Angle, blue, and Fran Sergan walk back from their morning class.

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Lydia Hurley, a Junior Anthropology major, rides in the back of the van on the way home from music and dance class.

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Students return to the palace.

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Here’s what our lunch looks like, including mango puree, curried lentils and vegetables, rice and chips.

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Amanda Pheasant and Hannah Angle serve themselves lunch in the palace where we eat all of our meals.

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Ojesweba, one of our translators, is astounded that year after year Temple students in the program have been known to doodle mustaches on to beautiful girls in the newspaper.

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Temple alum Michael Porter spends late afternoon with Amanda Pheasant and Hannah Angle on a balcony in the palace.

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Hannah Angle watches the sunset from a balcony in the palace.

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Pigeons fly as the sun sets over Dhrangadhra.

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