A priest performs Ganga Aarti (worshipping the sacred river Ganges) in the bank of river Hooghly, Kolkata. “Aa” means “towards”, and “rati” means “the highest love for God” in Sanskrit.
Clicked at Rameshwaram, India, I find this frame to be a blend of power, belief, faith and courage. Considered as a religious dhaam , the place attracts devotees from corners of the country. And this photograph frames all the age groups– and all with the same vigor.
The Harmandir Sahib in Amritsar, Punjab, is a holy shrine of Sikhism, and is commonly known as the Golden Temple. The temple’s architecture draws on both Hindu and Muslim artistic styles, yet represents a unique co-evolution of both. Amritsar means “pool of nectar.” Origin of the word ‘amrit’, indicates it as a drink of the… Continue reading A Golden Silence