To know more about the story of Dakshinkali temple, check my post (in related posts: Kali worship at Dakshinkali temple, Pharping, Nepal, just below) published a few weeks ago. I am currently planning to travel in Nepal in March-April 2012.
Kshang Kshung Lama in Mane Gumpa monastery. Following a one month walk through the Nepalese mountains, valleys and rivers, Kshang Kshung Lama travelled from Rolpa Simikod, her native village in Mustang, to Kathmandu, where she studied Buddhism for six years before settling in Pharping
At Dakshinkali temple, worshipers are giving offering to the Goddess Kali. Dakshinkali is important Hindu sacred site in the Kathmandu valley. Every week end thousand of pilgrims come from all over Nepal and India to worship the goddess Kali.
Dakshinkali temple is situated just outside the village of Pharping at around 45mn by bus from Kathmandu. Dedicated to the goddess Kali, the temple is at its busiest time on a Saturday and Tuesday when thousands of Hindu devotees, mainly from Nepal and India, invade the sanctuary to w
Expressing myself between documentary and street photography, my work focus on long term projects because of the human aspect, but also to have better insight and understanding of a situation over time. Photography is a medium that allows me to explore the cultural and sociological aspects of life in order to understand the relationship between the people, their traditions/habits/cultures and their environment. In recent years I have worked on separate long term projects about the Medinas of Morocco and more recently the Yamuna river in India.