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The White Sanyasin Maha Kumbh

The Sadhu and His Pet Monkey

the white sanyasin - maha kumbh

The Naga Babas At Maha Kumbh

tribal beauty of india - maha kumbh

Naga Sadhus Juna Akhada

Dum Maro Dum

The Magic Of Maha Kumbh Allahabad

Some Beg While Others Shop ...

Some Beg While Others Shop ..., a photo by firoze shakir photographerno1 on Flickr.
women of india
tears on the soul
of humanity
as they drop
betrayed by the system
the netas and the cops
raped terrorized beaten
brutalized murdered
an evil that wont stop
unless the rapists
penis his testicles
his libido you chop
full stop

Indojin Nihonjin Tomodachi..

Humility Is The Essence Of Good Photography

The Kumbh Is A Spiritual Experience Of a Lifetime

The Common Man Of India ...Died When The British Left

The Common Man Of India ...Died When The British Left, a photo by firoze shakir photographerno1 on Flickr.


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the netas 
babus 
came to 
power 
our dreams 
soured 
the poor 
became 
poorer 
enslaved 
again 
overpowered 
by men 
living 
in ivory tower 


The Naga Babas of Maha Kumbh

If We Cannot Live In Peace - There Is No Sense In Living

I Complete 2,75000 Blogs At Flickr Today

I Complete 2,75000 Blogs At Flickr Today, a photo by firoze shakir photographerno1 on Flickr. 275,001 items / 2,161,467 views

Thanks to All Of You .. Everyone Of You

Two Street Photographers Of Bandra

The Malang And The Naga Sadhu Maha Kumbh

we are two peace in a pod ...

Naga Sadhus On The Ganges - Maha Kumbh

Mr KG Maheshwari Hon. FIIPC, ARPS, APSA, Hon. FIP, Hon. NPPA

Mr KG Maheshwari Hon. FIIPC, ARPS, APSA, Hon. FIP, Hon. NPPA, a photo by firoze shakir photographerno1 on Flickr.

Born on November 2, 1922, Maheshwari’s interest in Photography as a hobby began from his school days. His father wanted him to take up Music as hobby and a teacher was asked to come and audition the boy at home. But the result was disappointing when the teacher declared that the boy did not have the kind of voice. A pragmatic boy decided to take up Photography as his hobby, instead. His father used to subscribe to Illustrated Weekly and young Maheshwari used to diligently go through the pages devoted to photography. He started with a Box camera when in school. Later on, he acquired a Rollie, a Leica M3 and a Mamiaflex 330.
In 1938, P. J. Patel of Central Camera asked him to send his photographs for a competition organized by Niharika Camera Pictorialists of Gujarat and he won a prize in the Beginners Section. This is how he really got interested in photography.
He did not go…