“The Yabgo dynasty ruled this area for 2,000 years,” the king says. The humble Yabgo Mohammad Khan Kacho rules over the buckwheat fields and quiet stone streets of Turtuk on the Ladakh’s Pakistan borderlands.
Jay Tindall has been shooting sadhus for more than two decades; down his lens, the varied faces of the holy men of Nepal and India tell tales.
Jay Tindall travels to the fascinating and somewhat gruesome spectacle of a Torajaland funeral, one of the most interesting cultural events in Southeast Asia.
A road trip along Taiwan’s east coast allows travelers to see strange architectural wonders, breathtaking natural beauty, and dynamic Asian cityscapes from a whole new angle.
The history of the Wakhi people and the Wakhan Valley is complex, and the journey across the Pamir Highway can be unpredictable, barren, and cold. In the faces of the Wakhi people, there is warmth.
The strange, abandoned UFO city of Wanli district north of Taipei is an odd architectural remnant of a forgotten look into the future.
Jay Tindall travels to Mui Ne to video the curious coastal phenomenon of Vietnam’s desert-like sand dunes moments from the beach and the jungle.
The great wonder of Orchha isn’t its architecture or even its rich history. Orchha is empty. Compared to the fortresses and temples of Rajasthan and elsewhere, this region of Madhya Pradesh is a lonesome gem.
Eating glass, devouring live animals, convulsing in possessed dancing – in the Jaranan, wild animals roam in men and only the practitioner can exorcise the spirits.
With more balloons in the sky and more tourists on terra firma, the ground and the sky of Bagan have changed dramatically in recent years.
Horses, motorbikes, and a land cruiser over a sea of sand and ash – Jay Tindall travels to Java’s most popular volcano to capture it in ways never seen before.