Kumbh Mela, India by Lisa Kristine

Kumbh Mela, India

To witness tens of millions of people praying in the confluence of the Yamuna and Ganges river is an impressive and poignant experience. The largest religious gathering on the planet, the Kumbha Mela in 2001 attracted over 70 million Hindu pilgrims. 
Countless devotees imbibed themselves with the river’s holy nectar, said to wash away all of one’s impurities. 
The temporal pontoon bridges span the Ganges and the echo of figure after figure, endures, without pause, into the distance.
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