Error processing photo please try again sick and tired what a pain like a dog on a chain aviary unfriendly for bloggers ok for photographers with vegetable brains boxed in a pigeonhole creativity gone to the dogs simple and plain once upon a time what a picnic cant you bring it back again shove this aviary down the drain
Makhdoom Ali Mahimi (1372–1431) was a Muslim Scholar originating from the Konkan in India, widely[vague] acknowledged for his scholarly treatises, liberal views and humanist ideals. Mahimi was born into a family of Arab travelers from Iraq who had settled down on the island of Mahim, one of the seven islands that later formed the city of Bombay (now Mumbai). Not much is known of his early childhood. He later became the disciple of Mohiuddin Ibne Arabi, a Spanish Muslim saint. Mahimi's reputation grew after the Sultan of Gujarat, Ahmed Shah of the Muzaffarid dynasty, chose him to be the town's Qazi (the Head Muslim Judge/cleric of a town). Mahimi was the first Indian scholar to write an exegesis on the Qur'an, which gained critical acclimation from numerous Islamic scholars including Shah Waliullah. Authoring a total of nineteen books, he was given the m…
The G9 was presented by Dr Glenn Losack a very compact handy camera for an incorrigible street photographer , this camera was stolen from me during Moharam and I never ever got it back, despite a police complain at JJ Police Station .
This was a camera that my grand children would have loved , but anyway I taught them photography on the heavier robust DSLR .. Both Nerjis and Marziya shoot on Canon 60 D .
Sharukh Rafaee, a photo by firoze shakir photographerno1 on Flickr. He is a young Rafaee and a very proud one too. His father named him Sharukh after Indias most famous cine star. And Sharukh Rafaee is no less a cine star. He uses swords like a tennis racquet. He is displaying his expertise and his skill along with the elder rafaees of Chancawalli. A pillar looms above his head , his father Chalak Ali.. who pierces his eyeballs and than lifts a cycle with the same instrument stuck to his eye. So like father like son. Hs father made him sleep on the floor and placed his entire force on Sharukhs neck with a scimitar.. I gave Sharukh Rs 50- and he was indeed touched. This was the procession of the Sandal of Fakhruddin Shah Baba I must have shot over 450 pictures..
Tongue slashing is a Sufi Rafaee act, needs a lot of practice and expertise, and there is a lot of secrecy, and ritualistic mantras involved.Picture taking here in the narrow alley badly lit is a arduous task.The crowds too push and jostle and for me it is tough..I am over dressed..rings on my fingers Derby hat .. and the works.