February 20, 2013

Colours of Maha Kumbh Mela...!!































Maha Kumbh Mela, Allahabad. February 2013.

64 comments:

  1. Wow, wow, wow!!
    Niranjan, I'd been waiting for these ever since I learnt you were going to witness the Maha Kumbhmela. I'm so glad you took advantage of the opportunity to go attend this large gathering; so glad you brought back such telling shots.
    I must say, thank you for showing us these sights.
    There'll be more posts, alle? :)

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    1. Thanks a lot Divya. So glad you liked them. More posts are coming for sure. :)

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  2. You got very nice images Niranjan... I was also in Kumbha and tried to capture somthing...

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  3. Great photos of event...

    It happens only in 12 years at same place

    thanks

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    1. Thank you. This is the Mahakumbh mela which happens only once in 144 years.

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  4. Beautiful captures!!! looks like u had a wonderful trip!

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  5. u took all these pics?...amazing man...beautiful pics...i was there in allahabad for 3 years and there was one kumbhamela at that time too...but i didnt explore it much becos i was not tat interested...bt nw seeing these pics, i knw i made a mistake...

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    1. Thanks bro. Yeah, I took all those photographs. It is definitely a must visit fair.

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  6. Glorious yellow orange colors-glad i checked your post,thanks!!!!!!

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  7. Amazing..Superb clicks..You captured the essence of Maha Kumbha..

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  8. Wonderful... true colors of india.

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  9. Wow...what colour! what richness!

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  10. Saffron and red predominate the frames.....AWESOME!!!!

    Geetashree Chatterjee
    http://panaecea.wordpress.com

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  11. Whoa! You captured the spirit so beautifully! Simply 'awesome'! :)

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  12. Amazing shots! Kudos for braving the crowd and capturing these. :)

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  13. excellent capture keeping the kaleidoscope of color vibrant evocative memorable ..liked the painted faces of the sadhus and the drying sarees the most ..

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  14. Whoa! You attended Kumbh Mela this time??? I envy you man.........

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  15. Really very colorful!
    Liked the chillum smoking baba on top:)

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  16. very very nicely taken....each capture has a different story to say..colourful and yet so saffron.... amazing...I too took a holy dip on the mauni amawasya day... just everything got refreshed !! amazing pictures !!

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    1. Thank you. Nice to see you here. Hop you too had a great time at Prayag.

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  17. Whoa...amazing colors n clicks!!

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  18. Fantastic captures from the mela.

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  19. OMG! Really Maha Kumbh!? Those sadhus are for real?! Wow! Man, must be an unbelievable experience huh?

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    1. Yeah, Kumbh it is. Those sadhus are for real and the experience was definitely magnificent.

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  20. I wish colors like that were more common where I live. Everyone dresses in grey, brown and black (especially this time of year) and it's just so sad. If only we could bring more color here, people might be less grumpy all the time!

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    1. Absolutely! Colour is what we lack. It could definitely bring in a lot of difference to our lives.

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  21. Awesome images...
    I think I should have planned it too :(

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    1. Thank you. Do not miss the next one in 2015 in Nashik.

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  22. Photography at its best! Congrats. I loved the colors so vibrant.

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  23. Really very colorful!
    Liked the chillum smoking baba on top and pandits in saffron dhoti .

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  24. Love the colours! Every time I see pictures of this I really hope I get to witness a Kumbh Mela someday! Lucky you!

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    1. Thank you. The next mela is next year in Nashik. :)

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  25. Lovely pictures. You bring out the real colors of this mega grand one-of-a-kind Indian festival, a job well done. :)

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