Arts and Culture Portrait Street Travel Portrait of a Sadhu from Varanasi April 28, 2013 Sadhu | Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, India Read more: Sadhu 19.129686 72.815331 Advertisements Share thisClick to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Click to email (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Related #India#Sadhu#Uttar Pradesh#Varanasi Post navigation ← Guarding lives from dawn to dusk Portrait of a lady from Jaisalmer → 100 thoughts on “Portrait of a Sadhu from Varanasi” Nice portrait to Sadhu. I quite admire their choice of quitting to pursue spirituality … Reply ↓ nice one Joshi Reply ↓ Really nice. I voted. You’re welcome. ;-) Reply ↓ Great shot. Reply ↓ A timeless picture, and yet still ‘of today’. Reply ↓ Like this portrait Joshi. So how long did u spend at the Kumbh? Good job. Reply ↓ Very nice work Joshi. BTW: There’s a great photo article on Sadhus in the April edition of LFI – Leica Fotografie International. Reply ↓ I like very much the colors in this picture, they are melting togheter and give calmness and peace to it. Have a nice day and week Joshi. Marie-hugs from Norway Reply ↓ Wonderful shot. Reply ↓ Wonderful and fantastic shot!!! Reply ↓ Superb shot..:-) Reply ↓ As always….a fantastic portrait. Reply ↓ Nice portrait! Reply ↓ great Reply ↓ Excellent picture. Reply ↓ very expressive Reply ↓ Excellent..! Reply ↓ Great portrait. Splendid composition of colours, light and DOF! Reply ↓ Beautiful and expressive! :) Reply ↓ super…………. Reply ↓ This photo makes me want to ask lots of questions….it’s a great photo Reply ↓ Great portrait !!!! Reply ↓ Good job with this one Joshi! :-) Reply ↓ He looks happy! Wonderful shot. Reply ↓ I love the uniformity of tone–great portrait! Reply ↓ Very cool shot. Reply ↓ Great image. Reply ↓ very nice Reply ↓ Nice click! http://rajniranjandas.blogspot.in Reply ↓ Thats really nice… he looks so serene and happy! :) Reply ↓ Awesome! :-) Reply ↓ great ! Reply ↓ Nice! Hopefully one day I will get to visit and shoot with you.. Reply ↓ Awsome! Reply ↓ Wow what a special man , excellent capture my friend ! Reply ↓ With his white body “painting” and pose, he looks very much like a sculpture. You must have a way of approaching people that is extraordinary. Not everyone can do that. Nice work, Joshi. Reply ↓ Excellent Joshi. I love the composition you chose to capture this special person. Blessings, Robyn Reply ↓ Great shot! One of my favorites from your blog :) Reply ↓ Great photo. Timeless and very Indian. Reply ↓ Beautiful portrait Reply ↓ Ahh picture perfect ! Reply ↓ Nice portrait Reply ↓ That’s getting down to the “bare bones” of it, Joshi. Well done. Reply ↓ As always… Awesome… Reply ↓ He is naked? Fantastic portrait! Reply ↓ A bit scary! Good capture! Reply ↓ Stunning Joshi! Reply ↓ very nice Reply ↓ Superior portrait … he looks at peace. Reply ↓ Good one. I had one of the Naga Babas captured in my camera during my trip to Prayag Kumbh Mela this year. They do make awesome photography material :-) Reply ↓ I love this Joshie Reply ↓ nice,,,,,i like the warm colours used. Reply ↓ I am always too late to express .. my love for your work … well anyways …the model is alive in the capture … I am not staring at him.. he may blink his eyes .. to give me a shocker … absolute wonder JD !! Reply ↓ Great shot! Reply ↓ Wonderful image of culture , really nice shot , Phil Reply ↓ Varanasi, its ghats, its lanes, its food, its people have always fascinated me. Love the portrait. P.S. Excellent blog :) Reply ↓ Terrific portrait. Reply ↓ magnifique cette argile sur lui Reply ↓ hi Joshi ji,you are again at it…..great pic. Reply ↓ Nice shot. Congratulations Reply ↓ Well captured subject with nice DOF in the background. Reply ↓ Una Gran Fotografía… Me Gusta Mucho. Reply ↓ Wow lovely…………. Debnature Kenfolios Reply ↓ He looks happy… Reply ↓ Nice look of a sadhu…!!!! Reply ↓ Excellent captured! Reply ↓ Excellent photography work, as always :-) Reply ↓ Superb …… Reply ↓ This is a good one, Joshi…. as always! Love the tones in this photo! I have given you my vote:) Reply ↓ Nice shot Reply ↓ Excellent photo, great light ! Reply ↓ This sadhu looks different from the usual ones. Good click. Reply ↓ Strong portrait! You’re so talented, you always manage to capture their personality :) Reply ↓ What is the powder that he’s coated in? Reply ↓ Spectacular Nominated your blog for the Inspiring Blogger award. If you desire to accept it please check the rules in my blog. Click Here Reply ↓ Love the sunny mood and the cropped composition. Reply ↓ Lovely Reply ↓ Simply outstanding…Once again a great work…!!! Reply ↓ What’ that white thing that is coverin his body? Reply ↓ Your photos are amazing! So glad you visited my blog and liked my post. I look forward to seeing more of your incredible work. Reply ↓ perfect and intense this photo Reply ↓ Brilliant shot Joshi, especially the way you got it with distributed tone… superb Reply ↓ On pourrait presque croire que c’est une statue, excellent ! Reply ↓ I love that he’s looking right at you! Reply ↓ Very good once again. Reply ↓ he’s very much at peace.. nice shot! Reply ↓ The stillness is so moving, and so well captured Joshi. Reply ↓ good shot. Distinctive details I liked the most in this one Joshi! Keep up the good work :) Reply ↓ Fantastic portrait! A real feeling of serenity. Have a nice day. Reply ↓ Great photo Joshi! This Sadhu is truly present in the present moment. Reply ↓ Excellent picture! Reply ↓ Great picture…. Reply ↓ nice picture…. Reply ↓ Oh man!!! you are a magician. i simply loved this pic..the innocence, the purity, and the feel of benaras is totally magical. http://shrimaan-shrimati.blogspot.in/ Reply ↓ Magnificent shot. Truly arresting! Great job. It makes me want to wander around the temple grounds. ;) Reply ↓ good shot Reply ↓ Fantastic! Reply ↓ saw the portraits. lovely! Reply ↓ This should be in National Geographic. A cultural experience, for sure. Reply ↓ Maybe a westerner in saddhu disguise, me thinks Reply ↓ Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here... Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Email (required) (Address never made public) Name (required) Website You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Twitter account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Facebook account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Google+ account. 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