Arts and Culture Portrait Street Travel A Sadhu in Trimbakeshwar August 21, 2017 Sadhu | Kumbh Mela | Trimbakeshwar, Nashik, Maharashtra, India This photo of the Sadhu was taken during the Kumbh Mela in Trimbakeshwar, Nashik, Maharashtra, India. Join me on: Instagram | Facebook 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#Kumbh Mela#Maharashtra#Old Man#Photography#Portrait Photography#Portraiture#Sadhu#Street Photography Post navigation ← Looking up 28mm portrait of a smiling man with beard → 100 thoughts on “A Sadhu in Trimbakeshwar” He looks like a cool dude! Reply ↓ Yeah ;) Reply ↓ Thats deep !!Really good one. Reply ↓ Thank you :) Reply ↓ Something about his eyes are so familiar and warm. Beautiful shot. Reply ↓ Thank you Patty :) Reply ↓ Hi Joshi, I saw this photo some time ago and can’t stop thinking about it. Is it available for purchase? Reply ↓ Very beautiful shot! Do you have shots of Agoras too? Reply ↓ Thank you Nisha :) Mostly I have images of Sadhu’s only. Reply ↓ Splendide et très expressif, comme toujours. Je suis fan de tes portraits. Bonne journée Joshi Reply ↓ Thank you :) Reply ↓ Dear Sir, Want to inform you that i am India, Used to Saw Sadhu everywhere. But Thanks for information. Reply ↓ :) Reply ↓ What an amazing portrait, full of character. Reply ↓ Thank you :) Reply ↓ Gosh he’s an interesting looking fella. Love to have a chat with him. Reply ↓ :) Reply ↓ Very nice picture. Bom Bom bhole! Reply ↓ Thank you :) Reply ↓ Son collier de perles, et celles bleues de ses yeux. Reply ↓ :) Reply ↓ Wonderful photo! And his necklace is quite interesting. I wonder what stone or crystal it’s made of. Reply ↓ Thank you :) I have no clue about the stone :( Reply ↓ Bonjour Joshi, Encore un magnifique portrait, un vrai régal. Bonne journée. Reply ↓ Thank you Caroline :) Reply ↓ Magnificent man sitting for his portrait. Wow. Perfectly exposed (of course!) Reply ↓ Thank you Paula :) Reply ↓ Beautiful portrait. Reply ↓ Thank you Niranjan :) Reply ↓ Wonderful portrait. Reply ↓ Thank you Rajesh :) Reply ↓ Hi Joshi, I posted your other picture of the Sadhu on my Writer in the Woods blog yesterday. https://thewriterinthewoods.wordpress.com/ Many thanks for letting me use it. Another wonderful Sadhu portrait I see you have posted today! Reply ↓ My pleasure and thank you for the appreciation :) Reply ↓ ☺😊😀 Reply ↓ :) Reply ↓ Perfect portrait!! 👍 Reply ↓ Thank you Indira :) Reply ↓ The eyes…beautiful, watchful eyes that tell a story of connection between him and the photographer. Super portrait. Reply ↓ Thank you Brenda :) Reply ↓ Wow – talk about eyes being the window to our souls!!! Reply ↓ Thank you :) Reply ↓ Great capture, Joshi! Reply ↓ Thank you Sudipto :) Reply ↓ Greatly potrayed… nice work Reply ↓ Thank you :) Reply ↓ An awesome countenance. Reply ↓ Thank you :) Reply ↓ Seems to have sepia tone-well chosen, if that is what you did I agree with the comment from Patty J re: the warmth in his eyes. Reply ↓ Thank you Jane :) Reply ↓ He seems to be looking right into my soul. Reply ↓ :) Reply ↓ Great shot! Reply ↓ Thank you :) Reply ↓ Love the soft sepia tones in this portrait. Reply ↓ Thank you Cate :) Reply ↓ Great portrait, wonderful processing with tones and contrast. Reply ↓ Thank you :) Reply ↓ Striking, and a different look with the light background. Reply ↓ Thank you Tom :) Reply ↓ What a pose ! What a shot ! amazing Reply ↓ Thank you Pooja :) Reply ↓ Ah, his hairs and beards add a character to the portrait. What a wonderful tone of the image. Reply ↓ Thank you :) Reply ↓ I always wonder about whether some of these Sadhus are seeking to benefit from having their photograph taken, but I guess it’s like anything else – there are more and less pure or egotistic people everywhere. It’s a beautifully made picture in any case. Reply ↓ Thank you :) Most of them carry a photo album with them ;) Reply ↓ Nice capture, good one Reply ↓ Thank you :) Reply ↓ Very nice portrait! Reply ↓ Thank you Syam :) Reply ↓ The color and texture are beautiful. Your portraits really are captivating. Reply ↓ Thank you Laura :) Reply ↓ There is such warmth in those eyes .. great shot Joshi. Reply ↓ Thank you Julie :) Reply ↓ Brilliant photography Reply ↓ Thank you Rupam :) Reply ↓ It looks like a picture portrait, nicely taken photograph. Reply ↓ :) Reply ↓ These eyes have seen it all. Reply ↓ :) Reply ↓ Excellent …. Reply ↓ Thank you Ranjana :) Reply ↓ So gorgeous1 Reply ↓ :) Reply ↓ Reblogged this on From 1 Blogger 2 Another. Reply ↓ Superb and inspiring!6 Reply ↓ Thank you :) Reply ↓ A man from India in dreadlocks???? OMG. Reply ↓ ;) Reply ↓ An excellent portrait .. the choice of the pale background which echoes his hair is a good choice Reply ↓ Thank you Helen :) Reply ↓ brilliant photography Reply ↓ Thank you Harini :) Reply ↓ Love the way you capture the expressions but Trimbakeshwar here caught my eye and opened a flood gate of memories, primarily the serpentine queue for the darshan . That was the day when patience and resolve were tested . I can image the situation during Kumbh! Reply ↓ Thank you :) Reply ↓ This is beautiful! So glad I clicked on this! ❤️ Reply ↓ Thank you Eva :) Reply ↓ Wonderful portrait! His penetrating wisdom shines through. Reply ↓ Thank you :) Reply ↓ I totally agreed with this image coz I am live in Nashik. Reply ↓ :) Reply ↓ Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here... 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