October 16, 2010 • Photography & Travel
It was still dark outside when I left my hotel this morning at 5:30am and started walking towards Swayambunath. Many locals were already up and participating in rituals during these holy days of Nepal’s biggest festival. 30 mins later I arrived at the base of the hill and proceeded to climb the stairs that led to the shrine. It was quite the climb with the steps getting steeper towards the top. What awaited above was truly special. I hope the images below convey a little of what I experienced.
Today I thought I’d share some images that I photographed of smiling and laughing children during my many travels to India. These pictures remind me of my favorite quote from my guru, Gurudeva Subramuniyaswami: “Life is meant to be lived joyously.” Whether you are going through a challenging time...Read More
It’s been a long time since I’ve done one of my photography posts. As many of you know I am passionate about photography. During a recent trip to South India in December last year I drove past a small village in Tamil Nadu, South India, where it looked like the main industry here was making…Read More
I recently posted about giving a keynote at the 2017 World Knowledge Forum in Seoul, South Korea. Once that event concluded, I spent a couple extra days exploring this wonderful city. I’m particularly drawn to historical sites and spent most of my time exploring a few of the main palaces wi...Read More
I hope to share with you, once or twice a month, one of my passions — photography. I believe it’s so important to make time in life for what you love and who you love. I love photography and always do my best to integrate it into my travels around the world. I’m currently in&hel...Read More