472. Kalash Yatra
Photo By: Bhanu Chalise
Posted Date: 13th October, 2010
Location: Lahan, Nepal
This ceremony was captured in Dalkebar, Dhanusha at the time of Dashain festival occurring during September-October in Nepal. Women devotees carry the decorated “Kalash”, vessel carrying sacred water, from Kamala river in their head all the way to the temple. This is carried out for “ghatasthapana” for “jamara” ceremony, ie. growing barley in sand away from sunlight. This photo was taken in Dalkebar, Dhanusha Nepal.
Camera specification: NIKON D90
Shutter speed: 1/199 sec
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Good to know about Dashain festivities in Dalkebar. Thank you for sharing.
Lines created by these ‘kalas’ in the photo are balance well horizontally for a good composition yet Bhanu could improve it by putting emphasis on the spot where these process of shifting ‘kalash’ to he temple roof was taking place. These religious activities are no doubt the best opportunity for great cultural portraits of people.