Photographer's Note

Akhand Dhaam Ashram is a Temple and Ashram at Indore.

There are around one hundred Sadhus living here. Most of them are from different parts of the country. Their daily life is full of dedication towards god. They generally discuss about Myth and God. I found all of them as very soft spoken and very kind. They earn nothing as financially but Temple Management and some great social worker helps here to manage for their food and daily requirements. They also provide medical facilities to these Sadhus. When I reached here, an Eye Camp was organized to check their eyesight and to distribute free specs to them. A nice place where you can find very different faces of Sadhus.

This image was captured just before Sunset. The Sadhu was sitting at a location where evening Sunlight was helping him reading book while making surroundings as dark background. Interestingly, he is around 90 years old but as you see, he is very active.

Camera Settings:

ExposureTime - 1/640 seconds
ApertureValue - F 4.00
MeteringMode - Multi-segment
FocalLength - 57.80 mm
Contrast - Normal
Saturation - Normal
Sharpness - Normal
ISO Value - 200
(Almost 10x Optical zoom, No Flash, No Tripod)

Well.. I have crossed my 2 years at TrekEarth and it is my 100th Post.

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