516. Carrier of Rain God: Pulu Kisi
Photo By: Sunil Manandhar
Posted Date: 29th October, 2012
This picture was taken on the first day of Indra Jatra (Indra is the God of Rain) on September 27, 2012. It is one of the biggest Jatra (Festival) of Kathmandu Valley. It is also called Yanyā Punhi (Kathmandu’s Fullmoon) and Kumari Jatra.
One of the attractions of Indra Jatra is the Pulu Kisi also known as Tānā Kisi, a wicker representation of an elephant, who is believed to be the carrier of Indra himself.
Exposure time: 1/250sec
Focal Length: 78mm
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Thank you sunil for including me in the click… 🙂 (though accidentally)
Thanks both of you. Yes coincidently Prajol Shakya was also captured.
nice click sunil bro. oh we have prajol shakya look alike in the left corner.
protecting nepali culture tradition festival photography wonderful picture captured