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Trio


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Buddhas at Wat Benchamabophit


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Buddhist Side of Goa Gajah

Goa Gajah, the thousand year old temple’s ruins near Ubud, Bali, Indonesia.

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Our Lady of Immaculate Conception

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Been to this church numerous times, and shot it the same number of times standing from this very spot.

Phra Buddha Theva Patimakorn

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The Phra Buddha Theva Patimakorn in the Phra Uposatha, the ordination hall, the main hall used for performing Buddhist rituals, and the most sacred building of the complex. It’s a 13-exposure composite of the statue, taken with the Nikkor 105mm/2.5 lens.

The Reclining Buddha

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From a temple that existed before Bangkok was established. The 46 meter long Reclining Buddha at Wat Pho, Bangkok was built under the reign of Rama III in 1832.

Wat Benchamabophit

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The Wat Benchamabophit Dusitvanaram, also known as the Marble Temple, is one of the most beautiful temples we saw on our visit to Bangkok.

The Lakshmi Temple on the Tungabhadra

The Lakshmi Temple on the Tungabhadra
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Among the ruins of the glorious Vijayanagara empire in Hampi. January 2016

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Namdroling

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The Namdroling Monastery, near Bylakuppe in Coorg, Karnataka, India in the largest teaching center of Nyingmapa – a lineage of Tibetan Buddhism in the world.

Word of Grace: Photoessay

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Word of Grace is a growing congregation of Christians in Pune – what we generally call a Church. They don’t meet in a Church building. Their Sunday get-togethers are held in a hall in the Camp area.

Anish took me there. He has been a part of Word of Grace, and wanted me to help him in making a video for the Church.

That Sunday I met all these really wonderful and warm people, who come together to share their happiness & sorrows with each other, sing & laugh with each other, and welcome anyone with open arms and a heartfelt smile.

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