Celebrating Holi in India Photos, Artists, Katrin Korfmann, Colors Palettes, Aerial Photography, Holy Festivals, India, Katrinkorfmann, Colors Inspiration
As if India weren’t colorful enough, the Hindu ritual of Holi—to welcome spring—will be making it even brighter very soon. Thousands of people gather to throw colored powder and water, often perfumed, at each other—and the hues are incredible. I thought these... #festival #holi #holidays.
Tejo Mahalay - The ancient Hindu Temple Palace which was taken from the Hindu Maharaja (King) of Jaipur, during the Mughal Invasion of India. The ex-Maharaja of Jaipur family still retains the collection two orders from Shah Jahan for surrendering the Hindu Temple Palace. Using captured Hindu temples and mansions, as a burial place for dead courtiers and royalty was a common practice among Muslim invaders in India
Mirra Richard said that the marigold signified plasticity. "When you come to the Divine, you must abandon all mental conceptions; but, instead of doing that, you throw your conceptions upon the Divine and want the Divine to obey them. The only true attitude for a Yogi is to be plastic and ready to obey the Divine command whatever it may be..."