Tuesday, September 9, 2014

Swayambhu Nath Stupa also known as Monkey Temple here in Kathmandu, Nepal

Visiting to Swayambhu Nath Stupa always makes me spiritual with the soundtrack of Om Mani Padme Hum on the background. Actually, the whole environment gets pure, holy & spiritual by that soundtrack.

Apart for being spiritual, I don't forget to take an opportunity to photograph some moments form the place. I have taken so many photos of the Stupa & it's territorial temples. But, this recent visit was a special one that I managed to take few UNIQUE & UNSEEN type of photos for myself. Here are the few one.

Peacefully situated

My different composition of the Stupa

Silhouettes taken in the morning time 

Another never taken angle of mine

Suggestion shot

The Golden flag

Peace & Peace

Badges of Swayambhu

Framed Swayambhu (Didn't frame it in Centre as I always try to break the Theory of SYMMETRY)

Monday, September 1, 2014

Glances from Kamal Vinayak, Bhaktapur

Samir Pradhananga's Signature Shot

One of the views from the eastern side of the pond 

A framed photo

View from slight northern side

Just the change of color

Kamal Vinayak in a vertical format

Pure view from the north point

Reflection of the houses

Saturday, August 23, 2014

Aashapuri Mahadev, the God of fulfilling the Wishes

Though I am not a believer of Blind Faith, after hearing about the scenic views from my near ones; I had a plan with myself to be to the temple without having any wishes.

One day, I had gone alone there where the tyre-tubes of the bike was not in well condition. Sadly, air from the front wheel was gone. As a result , I could not reach to the final destination. I had faced too much trouble just to get back from the spot. Actually, it was only 3kms. far from the destination. The puncture really made ma like a wounded Tiger & decided myself that I will surely go the Temple one day.

One day again, after replacing the tyre & tubes, I headed towards there. Suddenly or fortunately or coinsidently, that very day was Last Monday of our Nepali calender month, Shrawan. Being the last monday of Shrawan, I saw a crowd there. I, somehow paid homage to the Mahadev & after having tea-lunch, got back safe & sound.

Joyous view from Aashapuri

The Temple

River Side nearby the temple

Landscape of the temple

Some Stone Carvings

Inclusion of Buddhism & Hinduism 

Devotees washing their hands from the human made stone tap

Q (ueue) of the devotees  

Give me money first only then foto

My style of viewpoint

Some natural views really mesmerized me

Mind blowing view

Sanga Bazar (most probably)

Final foto

Tuesday, August 12, 2014

R. I. P. late Shree Krishna Shrestha

Some photo clips clicked during my accidental visit to Pashupati where one of the Finest Actors/ Dancers/ Directors of Nepal late Shree Krishna Shrestha's Death Rituals was supposed to commence. 



Monday, July 14, 2014

Faces & Moments from Paddy Field

Ropain Festival, is the Climax day of rice plantation & cultivation. On the particular day of Asar 15, is celebrated mostly by farmers in the Terai and Inner-Terai regions of Nepal to mark the day. The farmers plant new seedlings of the crop in their paddies. Farmer use to be very busy during the days for preparation and cultivation of rice. Rice is one of the the major and stable foods for Nepalese.

Major txt source:http://www.nepaltrekkingpass.com/rice-plantation-nepal.php