A queue of Hindu believers during a festival in Varkala. At the end of the queue the priests of the temple are blessing and donating cups of rice to the God. The people are praying waiting for their blessing, while outside the women of the town are cooking for God.
The turban is part of the Indian culture, but only a few communities dress it as traditional clothing for everyday use. There are different kinds of turbans but the meaning is the same.
A Hermit Baba who lives on a small mountain in Hampi. On this mountain there is a small temple where few Babas live apart from the city... but in contact with the technology.
Pushkar is a small town in the heart of Rajasthan where the Hindu culture is very strong. This town is famous for its lake, considered sacred, where everyday the locals gather for every kind of daily activity: from washing clothes and dishes, to bathing, or some religious rituals.
The waters of Pushkar Lake are considered sacred. Daily, locals and Hindu believers from all over India, travel to these waters to pray and connect spiritually with the sacredness' of the place.
Around a Hindu temple in the heart of the city, which entrance was allowed only to the locals, there are some apartments where some Indian families live in close contact with this sacred place of great spirituality.
A chaotic, laud, colorful and beautiful Festival nearby Varkala. In the picture, the musicians were dancing and playing, spending all the last energies left. This was the final part of the morning festival, before starting again at night.