Prayers #1…. in India

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Prayers in Ahemadabad during a celebration devoted for Lord Krishna

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At the Ganges river in Haridwar

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Here are some impressions of prayers I was able to capture in India

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An inscription at a temple in Delhi

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Ahemadabad at the temple

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Devoted prayer at a temple in Delhi

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Prayer ceremony at the Ganges in Haridwar

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Udaipur at a little temple on a side road.

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In Ranakpur an ancient temple

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12 Responses to Prayers #1…. in India

  1. Laura says:

    Very inspiring images, I cannot imagine what it must have felt like to experience it first hand, but your photos offer a sense of it.

    • Laura, thank you so much for your kind words. All I can say is, that the experience was beautiful and at times overwhelming ending in happiness. My aim in my photography work has been that the audience feels through the images. So thank you. Have a great weekend.

  2. arv! says:

    Lovely set of pictures which captures the myriad situations of devotion from India. Great post this is, Cornelia.

  3. Great shots Cornelia, the people of India seem very spiritual

  4. love these shots,! There is this “silent” in the pictures that I can relate to. An inner voice trying to reach out to a Greater one.

  5. Very beautiful dear..
    This is something beyond beauty..
    I can feel it

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