Arts and Culture Black and White Portrait Street Travel Naga Sadhu with trishula at the Kumbh Mela April 12, 2015 Naga Sadhu with trishula (trident) | Kumbh Mela | Haridwar, Uttarakhand, India Read more: Kumbh Mela | Sadhu 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 #Haridwar#India#Kumbh Mela#Sadhu#Uttarakhand Post navigation ← Hunched over Veena specialist → 84 thoughts on “Naga Sadhu with trishula at the Kumbh Mela” Awesome click Daniel. Reminded me of the three sadhus who came after we built a Shiv mandir in our home town in UP! They visited, left a trishul (since that was something we forgot during the pran pratishtha of the mandir) and disappeared into nothingness! Thanks for bring back those wonderful memories. :) Reply ↓ Brilliant frame! Reply ↓ Very nice photo, a bit mysterious too. Reply ↓ When a picture says it all, there’s nothing more to be said! Reply ↓ Reblogged this on Susheela Menon. Reply ↓ those eyes are very alert…. Reply ↓ Excellent… Reply ↓ Smashing photo Joshi! Reply ↓ Mysterious and riveting this image is for me. Amazing. Reply ↓ Ah!! India My country,,….. My people…. What a feel!!! Reply ↓ So artistic :) Reply ↓ A great picture ! Reply ↓ Beautiful ! Reply ↓ Thought provoking capture! :) Reply ↓ Nice capture, a very intriguing gaze… Reply ↓ intéressant cadrage Reply ↓ Exotic. Exactly the kind of image of India that foreigners are fascinated about . :-) Reply ↓ Reblogged this on themonkseal. Reply ↓ I love the framing on this the connection is superb, all the better for being in b & w. Reply ↓ Wow…great click…it truly defines the awe and aura which Naga sadhus have… Reply ↓ Another brilliant shot, Joshi. Love how you made the man’s beard stand out in the background. Wonderful work. Looks like the guy’s distracted by something in the distance. Reply ↓ This is powerful and that staff is absolutely beautiful Reply ↓ Incredible…love the sharpness. Reply ↓ Amazing and captivating capture! Reply ↓ wonderful photography Reply ↓ Looks determined.. Reply ↓ Very good Joshi! Reply ↓ Reblogged this on Myblog's Blog. Reply ↓ Looks like my neighborhood… that’s a compliment. Reply ↓ Nice capture. Reply ↓ Very well captured. Reply ↓ Magnificent! Reply ↓ Such amazing talent you have! Reply ↓ Nice Picture of a Saint also called (AGHORI) in India….. Reply ↓ Great capture! Reply ↓ Very nice! Reply ↓ What poise–well shot Joshi ji. Reply ↓ Very nice Image ! Reply ↓ Joshi, you have covered many Naga Sadhu members for such a long time. It’s excellent that they’ve come to trust you. Reply ↓ Another wonderful face, and a photo full of wonderful detail. Reply ↓ Great portrait! Reply ↓ Very nice as always! Reply ↓ You take the most amazing pictures of people… Love the detail in the face… Reply ↓ Very powerful capture! I like it! :) Reply ↓ Love the face and the intent expression – nice framing with the trident. Reply ↓ A beautiful expression, next to the decoration Reply ↓ Wonderful composition. Like how integrated whatever this on the right. Reply ↓ great pic Reply ↓ Excellent, Josh! Reply ↓ What a catch! There’s so much in the picture, yet it is so pleasing. I call this Joshi-magic. Love this one, Joshi. :) Reply ↓ As good as always. Why not share a full picture? Reply ↓ Sublime portrait of an ascetic saint Dear Joshi!Amazing symbols and unique characteristic features! Reply ↓ Wonderful capture! Reply ↓ A telling portrait rendered beautifully in monochrome. Reply ↓ Stunning image, Joshi! Reply ↓ I’m quite sure there’s more than meets the eye here, Joshi! Reply ↓ Wow – he has a magnificent face! Reply ↓ Great shot Joshi Reply ↓ Nice work Reply ↓ Wonderful image and textures, Joshi. Reply ↓ Fantastic Joshi! Reply ↓ What could I say? Another superb photo. hugs Reply ↓ Quite an ornamental tool. Reply ↓ Excellent!! :) Reply ↓ I like that look in his eyes. Reply ↓ You are brilliant with Black & Whites ! Lovely shots Reply ↓ amazing click Daniel…… Reply ↓ Looks like his mind is made up …. Great photo Joshi . Reply ↓ Wonderful detail. Reply ↓ Brilliant!! Reply ↓ very nice. Reply ↓ Amazing Reply ↓ Such vibrancy seen in the picture!! Reply ↓ Great grain, beautiful texture Reply ↓ Wow! The trishul and damru add to the magic! Reply ↓ Thinking of our presence in the infinity. Reply ↓ Great portrait!!! Reply ↓ Well done Reply ↓ Nice one! Reply ↓ It looks like he has a lot on his mind. Reply ↓ Very unique picture. Reply ↓ kadak Reply ↓ I love the way his beard mirrors the curves of the – umm, what is it? Prayer staff? Instrument? 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