Secret meeting - Ayodhya

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todoslosantos* Juan Antonio Balsalobre, and 61 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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  1. Elishams 76 months ago | reply

    Wow !!! What a dream, and what a coincidence ! Many thanks for this contribution. I'm really amazed of how this image speaks to each of us, and where it leads too. I think the comments are at least as amazing than the image itself. Again and again and again, tones of thanks for sharing your impressions and ideas.

  2. niklens 76 months ago | reply

    excellent capture.....!!!!!!

  3. fotos-de-alejandra [deleted] 76 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Social Documentary Photography & events, and we'd love to have your photo added to the group.

  4. Paren 76 months ago | reply

    wow...can i fav..more than once :)

  5. MiddleCampscott 76 months ago | reply

    The image in this capture contrasts so strongly with the culture and images of England, but cows are always curious where ever they may be.
    A wonderful thought provoking image as always, thank you Eli.

  6. arttulip100561 76 months ago | reply

    this is priceless! you totally caught this moment of deep communication!

  7. Shrimaitreya 76 months ago | reply

    I just talked about the holiness of cows in India in my sanskrit course. In Vedic imaginery she is also associated with the Vedas and Paravaac, the Supreme Word. I just love Indian Culture and Philosophy... it is so poetic!

  8. tamesguida1965 ( Skechbook ) 76 months ago | reply

    awesome! Thank you for this and everyone of your pictures. Evereyone of them is an experience in beauty and harmony.

  9. Roy Del Vecchio 75 months ago | reply

    I love this one... what a moment

  10. nitin_jain987 74 months ago | reply

    "The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated."
    this is what very much true about india and nicely goes with ur pic

  11. Shakti Womyn 68 months ago | reply

    Namaste! Please join & add this Wonderful Image to...

    Shakti! Shakti! Images of India & Nepal

  12. paragkan 52 months ago | reply

    Such a nice shot!

  13. Aksveer 51 months ago | reply

    Very nice... :-)

  14. srinivasa krishna 51 months ago | reply

    It is a wonderful image, Seen in:
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    Be sure that your photo is tagged with the word “INDIA”.
    INDIA is always amazing.

  15. vijvijvij 50 months ago | reply

    It is a wonderful image, Seen in:
    I LOVE INDIA TRADITIONAL
    INDIAN INDEPENDANCE DAY!! - 15th August
    Be sure that your photo is tagged with the word “INDIA”.
    INDIA is always amazing.

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  17. Frizztext 47 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called existentialism, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

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  19. Ajay Marathe 32 months ago | reply

    Please allow me to quote from " Stolen Harvest " by "Vandana Shiva" chapter on "Mad Cows and Sacred Cows" ------ In India, cows have been treated as sacred -- as lakshmi, the goddess of wealth, and as the cosmos in which all gods and goddesses reside- for centuries. Ecologically, the cow has been central to Indian civilization. Both materially and conceptually the world of Indian agriculture has build its sustainability on the integrity of the cow , considering her invioable and scared , seeing her as the mother of the prosperity of the food systems.
    According to K. M. Munshi , India's first agriculture minister after independence from British , cows,

    are not worshiped in vain. They are the primeval agents who enrich the soil-- nature's great land transformers -- who supply organic matter which, after treatment, becomes nutrient matter of the greatest importance. In India, tradition, religious sentiment, and economic needs have tried to maintain cattle population large enough to maintain the cycle.

    By using crop wastes and uncultivated land , indigenous cattle do not compete with humans for food; rather they provide organic fertilizer for for fields and thus enhance food productivity. Within sacredness of the cow lie this ecological rationale and conservation imperative.

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