Indian carnival workers stand on the bars of a manual ferris wheel as they propel it around at a local fair in New Delhi, India, Saturday, Nov. 19, 2011. In a city affected by frequent power cuts and blackouts, the ferris wheel requires no electricity or generator and is run solely by the physical power of the workers. However, it can be extremely dangerous. (Source)
A holy place of worship for followers of the Bahá'í Faith, the Lotus Temple has won numerous architectural awards, making it one of the most recognisable buildings in India. Like all other Bahá'í places of worship, the temple is open to anyone of any religion. The “petals” of the lotus flower are made of pure marble imported from Greece.