Taj Mahal, Agra – According to the Archaeological Survey of India, the Taj Mahal attracts 7-8 million visitors a year. (Marcie Young Cancio)
Globe editor in chief Noah Lewis, along with Salt Lake Community College journalism professor Marcie Young Cancio, traveled with the college’s India Study Abroad program this summer to chronicle the journey of SLCC business students as they visited several local communities. Lewis covered the trip as a field reporter and correspondent, publishing several articles about the experience.
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S.O.S. Wildlife, Mathura – At the edge of a lush 50-acre field, three enclosures provide a space for rescued elephants to eat, rest, and play in the mud. (Marcie Young Cancio)
Taj Mahal, Agra – Early morning haze shrouds the Taj Mahal in mystery. (Noah Lewis)
Taj Mahal, Agra – Albeit palatial, the Taj Mahal was contracted in 1632 by the Emperor Jahan as a mausoleum for his late wife. (Noah Lewis)
Lijjat Papad, Pune – A woman looks up from her work sorting and packaging papa dam. (Marcie Young Cancio)
Wai School, Wai – Jade King, a SLCC study abroad student and budding entrepreneur, gives Wai School students clues for a game of charades. (Noah Lewis)
Gulumb – SLCC study abroad students counseled local women on how to start and expand their businesses. (Noah Lewis)
Gulumb – Economic prospects are bleak for many of Gulumb’s 3,500 residents. (Noah Lewis)
Gulumb – Globe editor in chief Noah Lewis plays a game of skill with the local children. (Marcie Young Cancio)
An Underpass, Mumbai – Beneath the traffic packed streets of Mumbai, dark underpasses like this are home to many of the cities street vendors. (Noah Lewis)