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Jai Shree Ram ,,, Pitru Paksha 2015 My New Series Tribute To Hindu Muslim Amity

I was clearing my backlog of images videos and now I start my new series at Flickr Pitru Paksha an iconic Hindu feast that I have been shooting at Banganga Walkeshwar since 15 years or more .

This time I was accompanied by a friend Ravi Shankar an agriculture economist who respectfully calls me Guru and I tell him we are all Gurus we need to share our light our knowledge with everyone ,,,its light that gets rid of darkness .

My series starts with the barbers and religious tonsure than the beggars and finally the Banganga tank and thanks to the local leaders BMC there is less pollution of this heritage tank where the puja items were immersed ,,


The fishes are happy and the ducks and swans are happy to with Man.

About Pitru Paksha

Pitru Paksha (Sanskrit: पितृ पक्ष), also spelt as Pitru paksha or Pitri paksha, (literally "fortnight of the ancestors") is a 16–lunar day period in Hindu calendar when Hindus pay homage to their ancestor (Pitrs), especially through food offerings. …

Happy Navratri ,,, Welcome Ma Durge

Navaratri is a festival dedicated to the worship of the Hindu deity Durga. The word Navaratri means 'nine nights' in Sanskrit, nava meaning nine and ratri meaning nights.[2] During these nine nights and ten days, nine forms of Devi are worshipped. The tenth day is commonly referred to as Vijayadashami or "Dussehra" (also spelled Dasara). Navaratri is an important major festival and is celebrated all over India and Nepal. Diwali the festival of lights is celebrated twenty days after Dasara. Though there are total five types of Navaratri that come in a year, but Sharad Navaratri is the most popular one. Hence, the term Navaratri is being used for Sharada Navaratri here.[3]


The beginning of spring and the beginning of autumn are considered to be important junctions of climatic and solar influences. These two periods are taken as sacred opportunities for the worship of the Divine Mother Durga. The dates of the festival are determined according to the lunar calendar. on …

Ye sadiyon se be-khauf sehmi si galiyaan Ye masli hui adh-khili zard kaliyaan

This song is from the movie Pyasa from Gurudutt. Lyrics are from Sahir Ludhiyanvi

--------------Jinhe naaz hai hind par woh kahan hai----------------------

Ye kooche ye nilaam ghar dilkashi ke
Ye lut-te huwe karvaan zindagi ke
Kahan hai, kahan hai muhafiz khudi ke
Jinhe naaz hai Hind par wo kahan hai
Kahan hai, kahan hai, kahan hai

Ye purpaich galiyan, ye badnaam bazaar
Ye gumnaam raahi, ye sikkon ki jhankaar
Ye ismat ke sauday, ye saudon pe taqraar
Jinhe naaz hai Hind par wo kahan hai
Kahan hai, kahan hai, kahan hai

Ye sadiyon se be-khauf sehmi si galiyaan
Ye masli hui adh-khili zard kaliyaan
Ye bikti hui khokli rang-raliyaan
Jinhe naaz hai Hind par wo kahan hai
Kahan hai, kahan hai, kahan hai

Wo ujle darichon mein payal ki chann chann
Thaki haari saanson pe tablay ki dhan dhan
Ye be-rooh kamron mein khaansi ki than than
Jinhe naaz hai Hind par wo kahan hai
Kahan hai, kahan hai, kahan hai

Ye phoolon ke gajre, ye peekon ke cheentay
Ye be-baak nazrein, ye gustaakh fitrein
Ye dhalke ba…

Jai Kali Mata Jo Tujhe Pata Woh Kabhi Nahi Pachtata

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Happy Navratri In India The Only Sad Part We Dont Treat Our Women Like Goddesses

we rape them
throw acid on
their faces
brutalize them
mutilate them
hang them
from trees
force them
into prostitution
the sad tragedy
we burn them
if they dont
bring a dowry
being born a
a girl child
we strangulate
them in their
mothers womb

yet we revere goddesses and destroy those made of flesh blood sweat and tears ..make in India break in India the destiny of an Indian doll. Welcome Digital India