Photographer's Note

In Kathmandu the principle Hindu temple is the Pashputinath. It contains hundreds of beautifully carved shrines to many, many gods. Most of these date from the 14th to 16th centuries. Often they are inhabited by Sadhus or Holy men. Most these sadhus seem to stand around at busy intersections, awaiting donations from any devotees and tourists that pass bye. But not all are intent of collecting donations. I found this sadhu sitting alone, apparently in silent meditation, in a quiet corner among the shrines. I assume that he noticed me taking his picture, but he paid no attention to me at all. Nor, did he ask me for any donation. I left him as quietly as I had come, to carry on with his meditation.

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Additional Photos by kevin o'sheehan (kevinos) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 1023 W: 173 N: 1802] (7517)
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