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Lakshmi Narayan Hindu Temple - Hinduism India Folder File 1 1m 6

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Temple Decor - Hinduism India Folder File 1 5m 20

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Hindu Saint Holy Man - Hinduism India Box 3 People, Portraits File 6 5m 2

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Sadhu - Hinduism India People Portraits Box 3 File 6 1m 8

Sadhu on the banks of the Ganga in India

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Sadhu - Hinduism India People Portraits Box 3 People Portraits File 6 1m 7

Sadhu on the banks of the Ganga in India

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Devotion on the Ganga - India Ganga Devotees Box 4 File 6 m1 7

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Devotee on the Ganga - India Ganga Devotees Box 4 File 6 m1 6

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Devotional Hindu Family and Priest - India Hinduism Folder File 4 m2 3

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Devotional India - Hinduism Folder File 2 m2 6

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Hanuman the Divine Incarnation 1 - India Ganga Devotees Box 4 File 6 2m 9

Hanuman is regarded by Hindus as the – ‘Divine incarnation in the physical form of ape-man’ Although popularly termed the Monkey God Hanuman is considered as an ‘example par excellence of wisdom, humility and devotion.’

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Hindu Offering - India Hinduism Folder File 5 m1 9

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Wisdom, Humility, Devotion, Hanuman. 2 - India Ganga Devotees Box 4 File 6 2m 11

Although popularly termed the Monkey God Hanuman is considered as an ‘example par excellence of wisdom, humility and devotion.’ Hanuman is regarded by Hindus as the – ‘Divine incarnation in the physical form of ape-man’

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Hindu Worship - India Hinduism Folder File 5 m1 11

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Hindu Devotional Offering - India Hinduism Folder File 5 m1 14

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Hindu Devotee at Shrine - India Hinduism Folder File 5 m1 15

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Hindu Hand of Faith - India Hinduism Folder File 5 m1 16

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Hindu Mandir and Worshippers - India Ganga Devotees Box 4 File 6 2m 9

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Hindu Devotional Offering on the Ganga 1 - India Ganga Devotees Box 4 File 6 m1 8

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Hindu Offering on the Ganga 2 - India Ganga Devotees Box 4 File 6 m1 9

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On the Ganga Devotional Offering 3 - India Ganga Devotees Box 4 File 6 5

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Worship Day and Night 4 - India Ganga Devotees Box 4 File 6 2m 13

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Hindu Shrine over looking The Ganga - India Ganga Devotees Box 4 File 6 2m 5

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Hindu Street Shrine - India Hinduism Folder File 5 m1 13

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Selling Devotional Offerings - India Ganga Devotees Box 4 File 6 1

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Hindu Devotee at Ceremony - India Hinduism Folder File 5 m1 19

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Hindu Fire Puja 1 - India Hinduism Folder File 4 m1 8

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Hindu Fire Puja 2 - India Hinduism Folder File 4 m1 9

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Preparing the Lamp for Aarti Ceremony 1 - India Ganga Devotees Box 4 File 6 2m 15

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Aarti Lamp Upheld 2 - India Ganga Devotees Box 4 File 6 3m 8

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Hindu Worship Aarti Ceremony 3 - India Ganga Devotees Box 4 File 6 2m 19

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Aarti Lamp Light 5 - India Ganga Devotees Box 4 File 6 3m 4

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Devotional Setting Aarti Ceremony 7 - India Ganga Devotees Box 4 File 6 3m 6

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Hindu Aarti Ceremony 8 - India Ganga Devotees Box 4 File 6 3m 9

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Aarti Lamp Light along The Ganga 6 - India Ganga Devotees Box 4 File 6 3m 2

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Fire and Water Aarti Ceremony 9 - India Ganga Devotees Box 4 File 6 3m 5

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Conducting Aarti Ceremony 11 - India Ganga Devotees Box 4 File 6 3m 3

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Om Sign on Hindu Mandir - India Hinduism Folder File 1 m5 5

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Hindu Saint Hinduism India Box 3 People, Portraits File 6 5m 2 Hindu Saint Holy man.JPG 1

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Hindu Ceremony - Folder File 4 m2 6

Offerings are made in many Hindu ceremonies.

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1 Devotees Gather - India - Religion, Hinduism, Cremation_DSC4735

Devotees gather on the banks of the Ganga (River Ganges) at Rishikesh. Rishikesh is located on the banks of the world's most pious river, the Ganga, and for Hindus the religious significance of the cities location makes it an important place for cremating their dead. Series of images 1 to 13 focus on cremation.

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2 Place for Cremation - India - Religion, Hinduism, Cremation_DSC4744

People gather on the banks of the Ganga in preparation of a cremation for a departed one. Rishikesh became famous during the 1960's following the arrival of the Beatles then moving on to now become considered the 'Yogi capital of the World'. For Hindus the religious significance of the cities location makes it an important place for cremating their dead.

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3 Holy Waters - India - Religion, Hinduism, Cremation _DSC4748

Prior to being cremated the deceased's body is emersed in the holy waters of the Ganga.

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4 From the Ganga - India - Religion, Hinduism, Cremation _DSC4750

From the Ganga the deceased is conveyed to the funeral pyre.

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5 Laid to Rest - India - Religion, Hinduism, Cremation _DSC4752

The deceased is placed on the funeral pyre on the banks of the Ganga.

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7 Dignified - India - Religion, Hinduism, Cremation_DSC4756

In a dignified manor wood is added to the funeral pyre covering the deceased.

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8 Holiest Place - India - Religion, Hinduism, Cremation_DSC4761

Facing the burning funeral pyre on the banks of the Ganga well wishers pay their respects to the departed one For Hindus this is one of the most sacred places for immersion of the cremated remains, or ashes, of their departed ones.

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9 Solitude - India - Religion, Hinduism, Cremation_DSC4763

Standing in solitude facing the burning funeral pyre of their departed one on the banks of the Ganga. The Indian city of Rishikesh is located in the Himalayan foothills thus it is recognised as the 'Gateway to the Himalayas'. Rishikesh is situated on the banks of the world's most pious river, the Ganga, and for Hindus the religious significance of the cities location makes it an important place for cremating their dead.

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10 Respects - India - Religion, Hinduism, Cremation_DSC4764

Lone figure stands erect facing the burning funeral pyre paying his last respects to the departed one.

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11 Observing - India - Religion, Hinduism, Cremation _DSC4766

Hindus gather to observe the departed one's final ritual. Hindus undergo 16 rituals during their lifetime with the last one being cremation, which is referred to as 'the last rites' (antim-sanskara).

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12 Spiritual Air - India - Religion, Hinduism, Cremation_DSC4767

A spiritual air, time to reflect as the funeral pyre burns next to the sacred Ganga. Rishikesh is located on the banks of the world's most pious river, the Ganga, and for Hindus the religious significance of the cities location makes it an important place for cremating their dead.

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13 Union - India - Religion, Hinduism, Cremation _DSC4770

Facing the burning funeral pyre on the banks of the Ganga a lone figure stands motionless paying his last respects to the departed one. Hindus believe that the cremation ceremony is not just disposing of the dead body, but the union of Soul (Atma) with the universal spirit (Paramatma).

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Devotees - India - Religion, Hinduism, Devotees, _DSC4723

Devotees gather at the Ghats by the Ganga to worship. In many of India's holy places Ghats, or steps, are built down a river bank to enable devotees to have easy access to the holy waters of rivers such as the Ganga. They are also a place to reflect and meditate.

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Fire - India - Religion, Hinduism, Devotees, _DSC4717

The use of fire is included in many Hindu rituals, Pujas and ceremonies.

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Ghat - India - Religion, Hinduism, Devotees, _DSC4719

In many of India's holy places Ghats, or steps, are built down a river bank to enable devotees to have easy access to the holy waters of rivers such as the Ganga. They are also a place to reflect and meditate.

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Pilgrims - India - Religion, Hinduism, Devotees, _DSC4722

Man waits to apply a tilak (red dot) on the forehead of Pilgrims as they gather to worship

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Donations - India - Religion, Hinduism, Devotee _DSC0029

Sadhus are generally respected by the community for their holy practices. Thus they are seen as benefiting society and are well supported by donations from many people.

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Dreadlocks - India - Religion, Hinduism, Devotee _DSC0016

Bathing in the Ganga's holy waters. In India there are various types of Sadhu such as those who are unshaven and wear their hair in dreadlocks.

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Lifestyle - India - Religion, Hinduism, Devotee _DSC0022

A Sadhu takes the obligatory dip no matter what the temperature. The lifestyle of the Sadhu would deter many from following in their path. Such practices as the obligatory early morning bathing in the cold mountain waters would discourage many.

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Perpetual Pilgrimage - India - Religion, Hinduism, Devotee _DSC0036

Sadhu on the move. The lifestyle of some Sadhu is like that of being on a perpetual pilgrimage, moving almost continuously from one town, one holy place to another.

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Rugged - India - Religion, Hinduism, Devotee _DSC0020

The Sadhu's rugged lifestyle would deter many from following in their path. Such as by detaching themselves from home comforts and instead taking the obligatory early morning bathe in cold mountain waters.

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Sadhu - India - Religion, Hinduism, Devotee _DSC0006

Sadhu with all of his worldly possessions. In India there are several million Sadhu. They engage in a wide variety of religious practices. Some practice extreme asceticism while others focus on praying, chanting or meditating. Sadhus tend not to live in one location, but move from one holy place to another. From ashrams and temples in urban areas to huts and caves in the mountains.

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Away From the Crowd - India - Religion, Hinduism, Devotees, _DSC4699

The Hindu deity, Lord Shiva, stands tall away from the crowd on the banks of the Ganga at Haridwar. The Indian city of Haridwar has been a centre of Hindu religion and mysticism for centuries.

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Bathe and Worship - India - Religion, Hinduism, Devotees, _DSC4673

Devotees on the steps of a Ghat at Haridwar having come to bathe and worship in the holy waters of the Ganga.

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Flock - India - Religion, Hinduism, Devotees, _DSC4688

Pilgrims from all over the world flock to Haridwar to take a holy dip in the sacred Ganga River.

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Focal Point - India - Religion, Hinduism, Devotees, _DSC4690

Haridwar's focal point is Hari-ki-Pairi where devotees gather in vast numbers to bathe and worship.

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Guidance - India - Religion, Hinduism, Devotees, _DSC0044

Many pilgrims travel to holy cities such as Haridwar seeking guidance along various spiritual paths.

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Holy Dip - India - Religion, Hinduism, Devotees, _DSC4697

Pilgrims from all over the world flock to Haridwar to take a holy dip in the sacred Ganga River. Haridwar, the Gateway to God, is one of the holiest places for Hindus in India.

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Holy Water - India - Religion, Hinduism, Devotees, _DSC4724

At Haridwar for Hindus the holy water of Ganga is most sacred. Haridwar is located on the banks of Ganga (River Ganges) at the point where this most pious of rivers having descended from the Himalayas begins its long journey across the plains of northern India.

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Immerse - India - Religion, Hinduism, Devotees, _DSC4689

Devotees travel from all over the world to Haridwar to immerse themselves in the sacred waters of the Ganga River.

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In Prayer - India - Religion, Hinduism, Devotees, _DSC0051

Pilgrims sit in prayer at a ghat alongside the most pious river, the Ganga.

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Most Revered - India - Religion, Hinduism, Devotees, _DSC4696

Hari-ki-Pairi Ghat is the most revered Ghat at Haridwar. Vast numbers of devotees gather here to bathe and worship. This Ghat was built by King Vikramaditya, 1st Century BC, in memory of his brother Bhatrihari, who is said to have meditated on the banks of the Ganga in Haridwar.

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Most Sacred - India - Religion, Hinduism, Devotees, _DSC4701

Vast numbers of devotees converge on the Indian city of Haridwar and the most sacred Ghat, Hari-ki-Pairi, to worship and immerse themselves in the holy waters of the Ganga. This most sacred Ghat was built by King Vikramaditya, 1st Century BC, in memory of his brother Bhatrihari, who is said to have meditated on the banks of the Ganga in Haridwar. When Bhatrihari died, his brother, King Vikramaditya, constructed the Ghat in his name and which later came to be known as Har-Ki-Pauri.

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On The Steps - India - Religion, Hinduism, Devotees, _DSC4675 - Copy

In many of India's holy places Ghats, or steps, are built down a river bank to enable devotees to have easy access to the holy waters of rivers such as the Ganga. They are also a place to reflect and meditate.

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Pilgrims Flock - India - Religion, Hinduism, Devotees, _DSC4693

Pilgrims flock from all over the world to Haridwar to take a holy dip in the sacred Ganga River at Hari-ki-Pairi Ghat, the most revered Ghat at Haridwar located near the clock tower, This most sacred Ghat was built by King Vikramaditya, 1st Century BC, in memory of his brother Bhatrihari, who is said to have meditated on the banks of Ganga in Haridwar. When Bhatrihari died, his brother, King Vikramaditya, constructed a Ghat in his name and which later came to be known as Har-Ki-Pauri.

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Sacred Dip - India - Religion, Hinduism, Devotees, _DSC4703

Vast numbers of devotees travel from all over the world to Haridwar and in particular to Hari-ki-Pairi Ghat to take a sacred dip in the Ganga.

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Sacred Ghat - India - Religion, Hinduism, Devotees, _DSC4702

Haridwar's most sacred Ghat is Hari-ki-Pairi where devotees gather to bathe and worship. The Indian City of Haridwar is located on the banks of River Ganga (Ganges) at the point where this most pious river having descended from the Himalayas begins its long journey across the plains of northern India.

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The Ghats - India - Religion, Hinduism, Devotees, _DSC4694

The Ghats, or steps, in India are generally located in holy places along river banks such as the Ganga. The Hari-ki-Pairi Ghat is the focal point of the holy city of Haridwar, which is located next to the Ganga, and is where devotees gather in vast numbers to bathe and worship.

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Vast Numbers - India - Religion, Hinduism, Devotees, _DSC4706

Vast numbers of Hindus journey from all over the world to the Indian city of Haridwar, which is located on the banks of the Ganga, to take a holy dip in this revered river's sacred water.

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Children Celebrating - India - Religion, Hinduism, Festival, _DSC4287

Children celebrating Holi For Children Holi is also a time to celebrate and enjoy the 'Festival of Colours' which occurs each year on the day of the full moon during the month of March.

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Colourful Time - India - Religion, Hinduism, Festival, _DSC4283

Face in the crowd celebrating Holi. People celebrate the colourful time of Holi smearing coloured powder on each other's faces.

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Colours of Holi - India - Religion, Hinduism, Festival, _DSC4281

Face of Holi. The colours of Holi are related to springtime. Hindus believe it is a time of enjoying spring's abundant colours and saying farewell to winter.

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Face of Joy - India - Religion, Hinduism, Festival, _DSC4268

Face in the crowd celebrating Indian Hindu festival of Holi.

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India's Colours - India - Religion, Hinduism, Festival, _DSC4282

India's colours on the face in the crowd celebrating Holi. Every year, thousands of Hindus participate in India's Holi festival, the 'Festival of Colours'. People celebrate by smearing coloured powder on each other's faces, throwing coloured water at each other, having parties, and dancing.

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Joy - India - Religion, Hinduism, Festival, _DSC4253

Look of joy on the face crowd celebrating Holi. The Indian festival of Holi, the 'festival of colour', marks the arrival of spring the season of hope and joy. People celebrate Holi smearing coloured powder on each other's faces.

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In the Air - India - Religion, Hinduism, Festival, _DSC4258

Every year, thousands of Hindus participate in the festival Holi. A time when people go crazy throwing coloured dust or powder in the air.

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Joy and Hope - India - Religion, Hinduism, Festival, _DSC4286

Face in the crowd celebrating Holi. The Indian festival of Holi celebrates the end of winter and a fruitful forthcoming spring harvest season - joy and hope.

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New Season - India - Religion, Hinduism, Festival, _DSC4270

Every year, thousands of Hindus across the world participate in the festival Holi. The festival has many purposes. First and foremost, it celebrates the beginning of the new season, spring.

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Pondering - India - Religion, Hinduism, Festival, _DSC4271

Pondering - the face in the crowd as they celebrate during the Indian festival of Holi - the 'festival of colours'.

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Time of Celebration - India - Religion, Hinduism, Festival, _DSC4285

Face in the crowd celebrating Holi. Holi is a time to celebrate. Every year Hindus participate in this festival the 'Festival of Colours'.

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Under a Cloud - India - Religion, Hinduism, Festival, _DSC4259

Face under a cloud of colour during the Indian 'festive of colour', Holi. People congregate under a cloud of coloured dust thrown in the air during the Indian festival of Holi celebrations.

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Cleansing - India - Religion, Hinduism, Devotees, _DSC4601

The Hooghly River flows past the Indian city of Kolkata It is a distributary of the Ganga thus holds religious significance with the Hindu community. At the Ghats in Kolkata many devotees bathe and worship in the Hooghly River's holy water.

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Ganga's Arm - India - Religion, Hinduism, Devotees, _DSC4585

Hooghly River flows past the Indian city of Kolkata It is an arm of the Ganga thus holds religious significance with the Hindu community. At the Ghats in Kolkata many devotees bathe and worship in the Hooghly River.

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Holy Water - India - Religion, Hinduism, Devotees, _DSC4598

Devotees collect the river's sacred waters in containers to be used in home worshiping, or Pujas. The Hooghly River is an arm of the Ganga thus holds great religious significance with the Hindu community. At the Ghats in Kolkata many devotees bathe and worship in the Hooghly River which they consider to have great cleansing and purifying powers being water from the Ganga.

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Kolkata Ghats - India - Religion, Hinduism, Devotees, _DSC4590

The Hooghly River is an arm of the Ganga thus holds religious significance with the Hindu community. At the Ghats in Kolkata many devotees bathe and worship in the Hooghly River.

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Religious Significance - India - Religion, Hinduism, Devotees, _DSC4603

The Hooghly River flows past the Indian city of Kolkata It is a distributary of the Ganga thus holds religious significance with the Hindu community.

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Float on the Ganga - India - Religion, Hinduism, Miscellaneous, _DSC4732

Pilgrims launch floral floats with lamps and incense on the holy Ganga, commemorating their deceased ancestors.

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Floral Floats - India - Religion, Hinduism, Miscellaneous, _DSC4705

Floral floats are used in commemoration of a deceased person. They are often launched at the holy places along rivers such as the Ganga.

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Garlands - India - Religion, Hinduism, Miscellaneous, _DSC0019

Garlands of flowers such as marigolds are very popular in India and are worn by people at a variety of occasions such as marriage ceremonies.

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In the Making - India - Religion, Hinduism, Miscellaneous, _DSC0018

Roses and other flowers such as marigolds are used in the making of garlands for special Hindu events.

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Monkey's Too - India - Religion, Hinduism, Miscellaneous, _DSC4664

The Ganga is revered by many people who venture from far and wide to take a holy dip in its sacred waters - Monkey's too.

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On Ganga's Bed - India - Religion, Hinduism, Miscellaneous, _DSC4678

Sheet of glass in hand to give clear vision of anything of value below the waters surface. When spotted reaches down to retrieve the item on the Ganga's bed At the foot of many of the holy Ghats along the Ganga people make a living from searching the icy waters for anything of value devotees have donated laying on the bed of the Ganga

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Searching - India - Religion, Hinduism, Miscellaneous, _DSC4676

Sheet of glass in hand to give clear vision of anything of value below the surface. At the foot of many of the holy Ghats along the Ganga people make a living from searching the icy waters for anything of value devotees have donated.

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Taken a Holy Dip - India - Religion, Hinduism, Miscellaneous, _DSC4665

On the banks of the sacred Ganga a monkey returns to his post having taken a holy dip.

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Profusion - India - Religion, Hinduism, Miscellaneous, _DSC0017

Profusion of roses - Roses are used in a variety of Hindu festivals and ceremonies.

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Deity - India - Religion, Hinduism, Temple, _DSC0001

The Hindu deity, Hanuman, stands tall in the Indian capital city New Delhi.

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Hanuman - India - Religion, Hinduism, Temple, _DSC0006

The face of Hanuman the Hindu Monkey God.

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Impacting - India - Religion, Hinduism, Temple, _DSC0014

The hand of Hindu Monkey God Hanuman seems to impact on the front of the metro train.

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Imposing - India - Religion, Hinduism, Temple, _DSC0016

The imposing figure of Hindu deity, Hanuman, looms above the cities traffic network.

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Monkey God - India - Religion, Hinduism, Temple, _DSC0007

Caught between the trees - the figure of the Hindu Monkey God Hanuman

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Over the Metro - India - Religion, Hinduism, Temple, _DSC0013

The Hindu Monkey God, Hanuman, towers over New Delhi's busy road and Metro system.

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A Place of Peace - UK Religion Hinduism DSC02304

BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir, the Hindu temple in Neasden, London England. has been created as a place of many things including a place of worship, of learning, for celebrations, a place of true beauty, and above all a place of peace

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As One - UK Religion Hinduism _DSC7997

Flags adorning the Hindu Mandir in Neasdon, London England, fly as one.

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BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir - UK Religion Hinduism DSC02292

No other Hindu Temple, or Mandir as ever been built anywhere in the western world to the size, and with such fine detailed craftsmanship as BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir, which is located in Neasden, London, England.

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Contrasting Venues - UK Religion Hinduism DSC02312

In the foreground is BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir, the Hindu temple in Neasden, London England. Whilst to the temples right hand side is another popular, but contrasting venue which also attracts a vast number of supporters - Wembley Stadium.

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First Time Ever - UK Religion Hinduism DSC02291

It was the first time ever in the western world that a traditional stone mandir of the scale and intricacy of BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir in Neasden, London England, has been created outside of India.

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Highly Skilled - UK Religion Hinduism DSC02305

Highly skilled specialist carvers diligently went about their work to create the intricate designs and figures which required a great deal of concentration and patience in the construction of the BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir, the Hindu temple in Neasden, London England. Many of the skilled carvers preferred using their generations-old chisel and mallet to modern day pneumatic tools.

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India's Finest - UK Religion Hinduism _DSC7966

BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir is a traditional Hindu design and was created using some of India's finest craftsmen.

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Into Being - UK Religion Hinduism DSC02294

BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir was consecrated in August 1995 when Pramukh Swami Maharaj performed the Vedic murti-pratishtha, or invocation, ceremony and brought the Mandir into being

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Marble and Limestone - UK Religion Hinduism DSC02301

BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir has been constructed from Italian Carrara and Indian Ambaji marble, and the finest Bulgarian limestone. The Mandir, or Temple was hand-carved in India before being assembled in London where it is located.

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Towards the Mandir - UK Religion Hinduism _DSC7960

Driver heading down the road towards the BAPS Shri Swaminarayan, Mandir, or Hindu Temple. in Neasden, London, England. The largest Hindu Mandir in the western world.

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