Gallery of Sadhus (Day 1)
April 20, 2012 • Photography & Travel
As we prepare for what may be our grandest spiritual adventure yet, the Kumbha Mela and North India journey, next February 2013 I’d like to share with you a series of images of sadhus that I’ve taken in recent years. Sadhus are Hindu renunciates, men and women who have dedicated their lives wholeheartedly to the realization of God.
The Kumbha Mela festival is the largest gathering of sadhus anywhere in the world.
Over the next 14 days I’ll share a photo of a sadhu each day. Here’s the first one. A photo of Hanuman Das, a sadhu that lives at Pashupatinath temple in Kathmandu, Nepal.
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