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Photographer Joey Lawrence’s portfolio and director’s reel. Including portraits from Ethiopia’s Omo Valley, Varanasi India, and various commercial assignments.

BHAGAVAD GITA{improtance of Yajna and karma}  Yajna (Sanskrit: यज्ञ, yajña) or Yajneshwara ("Lord of Yajna")  is mentioned as an avatar of the Hindu god Vishnu in the Bhagavata Purana.  As Yajna, Vishnu is the embodiment of the Hindu sacrifice ritual or Yajna. A sacred fire

is celebrated in the and a sacred fire is part of Hindu ceremony even to this day. Sacred fire acts as a link between man’s consciousness and the cosmic consciousness. It has the ability.

Tranquility at the feet of a river - The sanctified river Ganges is the most sacred river in the Hindu religion and its source is at Gomukh on the Gangotri glacier. Gomukh is one of the holiest places for Hindus and people across the world come here to witness the birth of Mother Ganga. The trek takes you to Gomukh which literary means cows mouth, the legendary source of the River Ganges. This peaceful and surreal land offers spectacular vista of Mt. Shivling and the Bhagirathi of mountains

A small shrine at Gaumukh, Gangotri Glacier. Gaumukh ( Means: Cow's mouth ), the end of Gangotri glacier, start of Bhagirathi River in Uttarakhand, India.

The power of the faith, Ganga river, Varanasi, India | Flickr

Invocation and Prayer ☽ Navigating the Mystery ☽ the power of the faith, ganga river, varanasi, india

India || Snake charmer, bright and deep warm tones with dark neutrals

Sukh Deva, aka Guruji, is a well known Shaiva sadhu (devotee of Lord Shiva) in Varanasi India

.There are 4–5 million sadhus in India today and they are widely respected for their holiness, and sometimes feared for their curses.

Sadhus are sanyasi, or renunciates, who have left behind all material and sexual attachments and live in caves, forests and temples all over India and Nepal.

This sadhu has been standing here for Three years as a devotion and redemption from sin. He eats, sleeps and lives 24 hours a day in an upright position

This sadhu has been standing here for 3 years as a devotion and redemption from sin. He eats, sleeps and lives 24 hours a day in an upright position


~'Dilwali considers this photograph his best shot of Gangotri. This image of a sadhu meditating at Gaurikund, Gangotri'