Naga Sadhu – Gallery of Sadhus (Day 2)
April 21, 2012 • Photography & Travel
This is a photo of a Naga Sadhu that I took at the previous Kumbha Mela festival that was held in Haridwar, North India. Naga sadhus are primarily sky-clad. After spending some time with him in his temporary tent at the Kumbha Mela I asked if he would pose for me. He willingly obliged and stood for the photo.
Join us for our grandest spiritual adventure yet, the Kumbha Mela and North India journey, in February 2013.
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