24 eye-catching photos of everyday life in India's capital
The camera loves you, Delhi.
Global Citizen is featuring the photography of Jamie Manley, a clean energy advocate and avid photographer who recently finished a yearlong fellowship developing solar energy projects in India with the International Innovation Corps.
The third and final installment in this series features 24 of Jamie's most eye-catching and impressive photos of everyday life in Delhi, India's vibrant and sprawling capital territory. Scroll down to experience the flavor of this one-of-a-kind metropolis. And don't forget to check out parts one and two of Jamie's India-themed photo essay series.
One of the busiest streets in Old Delhi, near the gate of Jama Masjid.
Men making naan in Old Delhi.
A man boards a bus in Delhi.
Connaught Place is the only area in Delhi that resembles a downtown, but the skyline is underwhelming for a city of 20 million people.
A busy street across from Jama Masjid in Old Delhi.
Chickens with wheels in Old Delhi.
People ask me why I became a vegetarian in India...
Women in the back of a bicycle rickshaw in Old Delhi.
A wall filled with political posters in Old Delhi.
A man in Old Delhi takes a photo of me as I take a photo of him.
A man peeks out over the alleyways below in Old Delhi.
A rickshaw driver waits outside a law office in Old Delhi.
A man looks out over the alleyway in Old Delhi.
A cycle rickshaw driver rests on the side of the road in Old Delhi.
A bird sits atop an apartment building in Green Park, Delhi.
One of the many crowded alleyways in Old Delhi.
An engraved arch at the Qutub Minar in Delhi.
A man talking outside a phone store in Green Park Market, New Delhi. India recently passed one billion mobile phone users.
Purchasing camera equipment in Green Park Market, Delhi.
Men watching something on a smartphone.
A small convenience shop in a shantytown in Gurgoan.
A boy warily eyes a stray dog in the road before dashing by.
Passengers at the Delhi Cantt Railway Station.
An auto rickshaw driver in Alwar, Rajasthan.