Welcome to india-cam.com a site dedicated to photographs of India, its people, places, flora & fauna, including a complete circuit of Arunachala, photographs of Tiruvannamalai, the Sri Arunachaleswarar Temple, other shrines, temples and places of interest.
The photographs on this site have been selected for their clarity of content. All of the recent photographs were taken using semi-pro/pro digital cameras at high-resolution and can be produced in print sizes up to 43 inches (with border) in the smallest dimension without loss of detail.
The photographs of Bhagavan Sri Ramana Maharshi and other saints and sages were captured at very high resolution from the original negative using a unique digital process, which eliminates the majority of scratches and other blemishes during the capture process. Prints of Bhagavan Sri Ramana Maharshi can only be obtained through Sri Ramanasramam.
For ease of viewing the photos are arranged under separate categories. They are in three sizes, a thumbnail linked to a mid-size image which is in turn linked to a full-size web version. The full size versions are all essentially low-resolution for fast viewing, but are an accurate representation of the final printed format where required.
Visitors who want to upload their own galleries of related photos are welcome to do so under their login name. In order to do that, you must first contact us to register you on the site. You can then proceed to upload your photos. Every photograph uploaded to this site has to be approved by the administrator, so please do not worry if your photos do not appear immediately.
Currently the site contains photos under the following categories:
Landscape, Buildings, Scenery (photographers GB & Karthik V.)
Sri Arunachaleswarar Temple
Flora and Fauna (photographer Goki)
Birds including Peacocks
Flowers and butterflies
Click on the links in the right-hand column or on any of the photographs to open the gallery pages
Everything on this site is the copyright of the photographer/owner. If you want to use the photographs and other material on your own websites, you must ask permission and acknowledge the source. For commercial reproduction of anything you must request permission from the copyright owner.