Local traditions require a bride cries for 3 days to mourn the life she’s leaving behind. Locals attach Mantras and prayers to her hat for good luck. This local wedding was in Photoksar, a village in the Leh district of Jammu and Kashmir. It has 48 households with a population of around 300 people.
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It's too easy to drive on the most dangerous road of the world with a compact car... What do you say about a truck? 🚚
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So che quando arriva questo periodo vedo solo più neve e neve ovunque. Fosse per me pubblicherei solo più foto di sci e snowboard ma so che può essere un po' assillante e pesante. Quindi ogni tanto tirerò fuori qualcosa di diverso, magari anche foto d'archivio, proprio come questa qua, dalla strada più pericolosa al mondo, in Ladakh. Facile però dire di esserci stato senza guidarla e soprattutto a bordo di un mezzo poco più grande di un'utilitaria. Avrei voluto chiedere a lui, a bordo di quel camion pieno di preghiere e decorazioni, cosa volesse dire percorrere abitualmente le strade polverose dell'Himalaya. 🚛
Il Chand Baori di Abhaneri (Jaipur) visto da Anselm Kiefer, opera esposta a Milano all’Hangar Bicocca.
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I had never seen her in this state. I had always known her to be the determinant, persistent one. To give up was not her forte.
She had made her way through the toughest of times, she had made her way when there wasn't one. How could then she have frozen today? How could she have stopped?
Thoughts kept running in my mind as I walked further ahead. It was faint but the sound was enough to rekindle hope in my heart. She was humming a tune. She was there, waiting for her turn, regaining strength, waiting for the right time. Although frozen from outside, there was still water gushing beneath her. Making enough warmth for her loved ones to survive. Looking at her restored my faith, it restored my faith in mother nature. I know she will be back and I will be here waiting for that moment.
P.S. Dedicated to the mighty Indus that lays frozen in Ladakh