Phool Bangla at Sri Radha Vallabh Temple, Vrindavan Photo Journal

Phool bangala at sri Radha vallabh mandir, vrindavan

A Phool Bangla is an expression of love by devotees to the Lord. Literally speaking, a Phool Bangla is a summer house made of flowers. The temple interiors are decorated with flowers. The deities’ dresses and jewellery are made of flowers –

13 July, 2010 | Views: 30150

Akshay teej in Vrindavan, 16 May 2010

Singing and dancing at 6 am at sri Banke Bihari temple, Vrindavan

In singing to the Lord, devotees hold conversations with the divine. This uplifts their consciousness. God becomes a living, personal friend, instead of an all powerful entity hidden from human existence. The Lord’s proximity is felt through Raga

11 May, 2010 | Views: 10616

Phool Bangla at Sri Kanak Bhawan, Ayodhya Photo Journal

Phool Bangla for Sri Kanak Bihari ji, Ayodhya

At Kanak Bhawan, the worship of Sita Ram is akin to that of Sri Radha Krishna in Vrindavan. Madhurabhakti is evident in festive celebrations, songs and the bhaav of pleasing the divine. Phool Banglas are an offering of love to please the divine

07 April, 2010 | Views: 68913


Fascinated by worship at Jain temples

Jain temple worship

The Jain temples in Khajuraho have thriving monasteries attached to them as well as regular daily worship. Our guide gave us some rice to offer inside the temples. He explained that rice is a symbol of abundance and nirvana.

16 March, 2010 | Views: 6440



Saavan Celebration, monsoon rainy season in North India

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