I found the Goats ( English), Bakri ( female) or Bakra ( male) ( Hindi) Capra aegagrus hircus ( Scientific name) at the temple town of Osian fascinating. Each picture unravels a small story in this tiny sleepy town in the state of Rajasthan, India.
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I share my enchantment with this hardy animal which can survive severe droughts in the deserts of Rajasthan.
Do observe the expression on this zebra looking Goat.
The bronze coloured Goat looks at the Cat and the Cat in turn is looking for the mouse which has disappeared in the drain. This was a street scene on way to the famous 9th century temples of Osian.
This gentleman in a white coat has a Passion as well.
This salt and pepper Royal Goat watches the tourists go by and has chosen a prime place from where it gets an overview of the street below.
As mobiles have ushered a telecommunication revolution across the globe, why should this enchanting pair of teenagers remain behind.
One of the oldest animals to have been domesticated, the Goats at Osian are unique and enchanting.
The featured image depicts a woman gossiping while the Goats are busy with their food.
Each picture was taken along the streets of Osian .