traditioneller indischer Schmuck

marwari zucht | Reiten und fotografieren im Land der Marwaris

Wer Lust auf Indien, edle Marawis und anspruchsvolle Fotografie hat, kann diese Dinge bei einer spektakulären Reit- und Fotosafarireise mit Christiane Slawik elegant unter einen Hut bringen.

Photos of indian horse breed Marwari, photographed in India by Ekaterina Druz Equine Photography

Photos of indian horse breed Marwari, photographed in India by Ekaterina Druz Equine Photography

Marwari horses photographed in India, posing in traditional jewelry and tack in arches of castles and forts. | Ekaterina Druz

Marwari horses photographed in India, posing in traditional jewelry and tack in arches of castles and forts. | Ekaterina Druz

In this album you can see photos of one of the most special and rare breed - Marwari, photographed in India. The facial profile is straight, and the ears are pointed with inward turning tips. The neck is slender, running into pronounced withers, a deep chest, and fairly straight shoulders. Marwaris generally have a long back and sloping croup. The legs tend to be slender and the hooves small but well-formed.

In this album you can see photos of one of the most special and rare breed - Marwari, photographed in India. The facial profile is straight, and the ears are pointed with inward turning tips. The neck is slender, running into pronounced withers, a deep chest, and fairly straight shoulders. Marwaris generally have a long back and sloping croup. The legs tend to be slender and the hooves small but well-formed.

Marwari. During the late 16th century, the Rajputs of Marwar, under the leadership of Moghul emperor Akbar, formed a cavalry force over 50,000 strong. The Rathores believed that the Marwari horse could only leave a battlefield under one of three conditions – victory, death, or carrying a wounded master to safety. Over 300 years later, during the First World War, Marwar lancers under Sir Pratap Singh assisted the British.

Marwari. During the late 16th century, the Rajputs of Marwar, under the leadership of Moghul emperor Akbar, formed a cavalry force over 50,000 strong. The Rathores believed that the Marwari horse could only leave a battlefield under one of three conditions – victory, death, or carrying a wounded master to safety. Over 300 years later, during the First World War, Marwar lancers under Sir Pratap Singh assisted the British.

Marwari horses photographed in India, posing in traditional jewelry and tack in arches of castles and forts. | Ekaterina Druz

Marwari horses photographed in India, posing in traditional jewelry and tack in arches of castles and forts. | Ekaterina Druz

Indien 2015 | Christiane Slawik DE

Indien 2015 | Christiane Slawik DE

Stunning photo from Mandawa Safaris Mandawa - Marwari horse in full regalia.

Stunning photo from Mandawa Safaris Mandawa - Marwari horse in full regalia.

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