by hidden Feb, 13 2013 IST
An estimated 30 million people visited the Maha Kumbh Mela on 10th February 2013. Trilok Sengupta
One of the world’s oldest religious festivals, it’s about millions hypnotised by faith who walk for days to brave sub zero temperatures. Trilok Sengupta
The Naga Sadhus sometimes break into inpromptu chants of Har Har Mahadev just to keep the rapidly declining adrenaline pumping. They have miles to go. Trilok Sengupta
At the Sangam, there are people everywhere. Trilok Sengupta.
You cannot walk past them without looking at some of their expressionless faces. Trilok Sengupta
A father-son duo walk at the Kumbh Mela. Trilok Sengupta
Kumbh is a fantastic exhibition of poverty. Trilok Sengupta
The Naga Babas, the monks, the elephants and the horses and the noise and the mayhem. Trilok Sengupta
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