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electuricsoul:

So vast
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superbnature:

Butterfly in flight with sunflower by PaulWyman http://ift.tt/1ojzMRp
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sapphire1707:

Thousands of Pagodas by NattaponSritrairat
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bhagyawati:

Varanasi, India
Joey Lawrence
bhagyawati:

Varanasi, India
Joey Lawrence
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stories-yet-to-be-written:

In Pictures: Hindu Chariot Festival Celebrated Around the World (June 29th 2014)
The annual Chariot Festival dedicated to Indian gods is celebrated around the world with a procession of chariots, dancers and devotees lining up streets to help pull the chariot’s ropes.
The annual religious procession commemorates the journey by Hindu god Jagannath, his brother Balabhadra and sister Subhadra, in specially made chariots from one temple to another. The journey is celebrated by mounting the statues on large chariots.
Source: Wall Street Journal 
stories-yet-to-be-written:

In Pictures: Hindu Chariot Festival Celebrated Around the World (June 29th 2014)
The annual Chariot Festival dedicated to Indian gods is celebrated around the world with a procession of chariots, dancers and devotees lining up streets to help pull the chariot’s ropes.
The annual religious procession commemorates the journey by Hindu god Jagannath, his brother Balabhadra and sister Subhadra, in specially made chariots from one temple to another. The journey is celebrated by mounting the statues on large chariots.
Source: Wall Street Journal 
stories-yet-to-be-written:

In Pictures: Hindu Chariot Festival Celebrated Around the World (June 29th 2014)
The annual Chariot Festival dedicated to Indian gods is celebrated around the world with a procession of chariots, dancers and devotees lining up streets to help pull the chariot’s ropes.
The annual religious procession commemorates the journey by Hindu god Jagannath, his brother Balabhadra and sister Subhadra, in specially made chariots from one temple to another. The journey is celebrated by mounting the statues on large chariots.
Source: Wall Street Journal 
stories-yet-to-be-written:

In Pictures: Hindu Chariot Festival Celebrated Around the World (June 29th 2014)
The annual Chariot Festival dedicated to Indian gods is celebrated around the world with a procession of chariots, dancers and devotees lining up streets to help pull the chariot’s ropes.
The annual religious procession commemorates the journey by Hindu god Jagannath, his brother Balabhadra and sister Subhadra, in specially made chariots from one temple to another. The journey is celebrated by mounting the statues on large chariots.
Source: Wall Street Journal 
stories-yet-to-be-written:

In Pictures: Hindu Chariot Festival Celebrated Around the World (June 29th 2014)
The annual Chariot Festival dedicated to Indian gods is celebrated around the world with a procession of chariots, dancers and devotees lining up streets to help pull the chariot’s ropes.
The annual religious procession commemorates the journey by Hindu god Jagannath, his brother Balabhadra and sister Subhadra, in specially made chariots from one temple to another. The journey is celebrated by mounting the statues on large chariots.
Source: Wall Street Journal 
stories-yet-to-be-written:

In Pictures: Hindu Chariot Festival Celebrated Around the World (June 29th 2014)
The annual Chariot Festival dedicated to Indian gods is celebrated around the world with a procession of chariots, dancers and devotees lining up streets to help pull the chariot’s ropes.
The annual religious procession commemorates the journey by Hindu god Jagannath, his brother Balabhadra and sister Subhadra, in specially made chariots from one temple to another. The journey is celebrated by mounting the statues on large chariots.
Source: Wall Street Journal 
stories-yet-to-be-written:

In Pictures: Hindu Chariot Festival Celebrated Around the World (June 29th 2014)
The annual Chariot Festival dedicated to Indian gods is celebrated around the world with a procession of chariots, dancers and devotees lining up streets to help pull the chariot’s ropes.
The annual religious procession commemorates the journey by Hindu god Jagannath, his brother Balabhadra and sister Subhadra, in specially made chariots from one temple to another. The journey is celebrated by mounting the statues on large chariots.
Source: Wall Street Journal 
stories-yet-to-be-written:

In Pictures: Hindu Chariot Festival Celebrated Around the World (June 29th 2014)
The annual Chariot Festival dedicated to Indian gods is celebrated around the world with a procession of chariots, dancers and devotees lining up streets to help pull the chariot’s ropes.
The annual religious procession commemorates the journey by Hindu god Jagannath, his brother Balabhadra and sister Subhadra, in specially made chariots from one temple to another. The journey is celebrated by mounting the statues on large chariots.
Source: Wall Street Journal 
stories-yet-to-be-written:

In Pictures: Hindu Chariot Festival Celebrated Around the World (June 29th 2014)
The annual Chariot Festival dedicated to Indian gods is celebrated around the world with a procession of chariots, dancers and devotees lining up streets to help pull the chariot’s ropes.
The annual religious procession commemorates the journey by Hindu god Jagannath, his brother Balabhadra and sister Subhadra, in specially made chariots from one temple to another. The journey is celebrated by mounting the statues on large chariots.
Source: Wall Street Journal 
stories-yet-to-be-written:

In Pictures: Hindu Chariot Festival Celebrated Around the World (June 29th 2014)
The annual Chariot Festival dedicated to Indian gods is celebrated around the world with a procession of chariots, dancers and devotees lining up streets to help pull the chariot’s ropes.
The annual religious procession commemorates the journey by Hindu god Jagannath, his brother Balabhadra and sister Subhadra, in specially made chariots from one temple to another. The journey is celebrated by mounting the statues on large chariots.
Source: Wall Street Journal 
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