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  • Venezuela - Maracaibo's disaster
    Venezuela
    Chris Huby
    LePictorium_0184320.jpg
    Venezuela - Maracaibo - The day of the presidential elections, in the district acquired to the chavist cause (PSUV Partido Socialista Unido de Venezuela). A DJ plays propaganda songs to party glory.
  • Venezuela - Maracaibo's disaster
    Venezuela
    Chris Huby
    LePictorium_0184415.jpg
    Venezuela - Maracaibo - The lake - Village of Sabaneta de Palmas - Small fishing village of fish and shrimps - Ambiance, a family stuffs the net, their only important thing.
  • Venezuela - Maracaibo's disaster
    Venezuela
    Chris Huby
    LePictorium_0184477.jpg
    Venezuela - Maracaibo - Fish traffic - The course - A group of fishermen (forced to trade because of the economic crisis) takes several tens of pounds of fish and shrimp that they will sell in Colombia - From San Carlos to Colombia , a trip that lasts almost half a day with all the illegal steps and caution. An old lady came to sell her fish, sitting with everyone in the back of the truck.
  • Trip to China.
    China
    Jean-Paul Lozouet
    LePictorium_0179943.jpg
    Emeishan, Sichuan, China, delivery of frogs to a restaurant.
  • Trip to China.
    China
    Jean-Paul Lozouet
    LePictorium_0179961.jpg
    Emeishan, Sichuan, China, two young women and their dog, a golden-retro groomed lion.
  • Trip to China.
    China
    Jean-Paul Lozouet
    LePictorium_0179898.jpg
    Chengdu, Sichuan, detail of a manhole.
  • Trip to China.
    China
    Jean-Paul Lozouet
    LePictorium_0179901.jpg
    Chengdu, Sichuan, tea delivery.
  • Trip to China.
    China
    Jean-Paul Lozouet
    LePictorium_0179862.jpg
    Panda breeding base (Daxiong-mao Fanzhi Jidi), Sichuan, female panda feeding.
  • Trip in China
    China
    Jean-Paul Lozouet
    LePictorium_0179651.jpg
    Shanghai, People's Republic of China (PRC)
  • Trip in China
    China
    Jean-Paul Lozouet
    LePictorium_0179662.jpg
    Shanghai, People's Republic of China (PRC)
  • Trip in China
    China
    Jean-Paul Lozouet
    LePictorium_0179663.jpg
    Shanghai, People's Republic of China (PRC)
  • Trip in China
    China
    Jean-Paul Lozouet
    LePictorium_0179702.jpg
    Shanghai, People's Republic of China (PRC)
  • Trip in China
    China
    Jean-Paul Lozouet
    LePictorium_0179720.jpg
    Shanghai, People's Republic of China (PRC)
  • 12-13 February, 2018 - Shiva Ratri at the Pashupatinath Temple. It is a very important celebration in Hinduism.
    Nepal
    Noémie Repetto
    LePictorium_0174355.jpg
    The Shiva Ratri (or Maha Shiavatri translated as 'The Great Night of Shiva') is normally held on February 13th. However, the sadhus (beggars) begin to gather the day before, the 12th of February. These people go to the temple of Pashupatinath to celebrate the birthday of Lord Shiva. Shiva is represented in the form of yogi or beggar and many other forms, hence the presence of as many beggars from Kathmandu in this temple on this particular day. The name 'Pashupati' is one of the many names that Lord Shiva carries.
    The custom of Shiva Ratri is to fast and watch all night by performing a 'pûjâ' every 3 hours (4 times during the night). During these ablutions, milk, curd, butter and finally honey are given as offerings to God, in this order. Each ablution is followed by a bilva leaf offering, appreciated by Shiva.
    It is not abnormal, almost expected, to see beggars smoking drugs during this festival.
  • 12-13 February, 2018 - Shiva Ratri at the Pashupatinath Temple. It is a very important celebration in Hinduism.
    Nepal
    Noémie Repetto
    LePictorium_0174356.jpg
    The Shiva Ratri (or Maha Shiavatri translated as 'The Great Night of Shiva') is normally held on February 13th. However, the sadhus (beggars) begin to gather the day before, the 12th of February. These people go to the temple of Pashupatinath to celebrate the birthday of Lord Shiva. Shiva is represented in the form of yogi or beggar and many other forms, hence the presence of as many beggars from Kathmandu in this temple on this particular day. The name 'Pashupati' is one of the many names that Lord Shiva carries.
    The custom of Shiva Ratri is to fast and watch all night by performing a 'pûjâ' every 3 hours (4 times during the night). During these ablutions, milk, curd, butter and finally honey are given as offerings to God, in this order. Each ablution is followed by a bilva leaf offering, appreciated by Shiva.
    It is not abnormal, almost expected, to see beggars smoking drugs during this festival.
  • 12-13 February, 2018 - Shiva Ratri at the Pashupatinath Temple. It is a very important celebration in Hinduism.
    Nepal
    Noémie Repetto
    LePictorium_0174357.jpg
    The Shiva Ratri (or Maha Shiavatri translated as 'The Great Night of Shiva') is normally held on February 13th. However, the sadhus (beggars) begin to gather the day before, the 12th of February. These people go to the temple of Pashupatinath to celebrate the birthday of Lord Shiva. Shiva is represented in the form of yogi or beggar and many other forms, hence the presence of as many beggars from Kathmandu in this temple on this particular day. The name 'Pashupati' is one of the many names that Lord Shiva carries.
    The custom of Shiva Ratri is to fast and watch all night by performing a 'pûjâ' every 3 hours (4 times during the night). During these ablutions, milk, curd, butter and finally honey are given as offerings to God, in this order. Each ablution is followed by a bilva leaf offering, appreciated by Shiva.
    It is not abnormal, almost expected, to see beggars smoking drugs during this festival.
  • 12-13 February, 2018 - Shiva Ratri at the Pashupatinath Temple. It is a very important celebration in Hinduism.
    Nepal
    Noémie Repetto
    LePictorium_0174358.jpg
    The Shiva Ratri (or Maha Shiavatri translated as 'The Great Night of Shiva') is normally held on February 13th. However, the sadhus (beggars) begin to gather the day before, the 12th of February. These people go to the temple of Pashupatinath to celebrate the birthday of Lord Shiva. Shiva is represented in the form of yogi or beggar and many other forms, hence the presence of as many beggars from Kathmandu in this temple on this particular day. The name 'Pashupati' is one of the many names that Lord Shiva carries.
    The custom of Shiva Ratri is to fast and watch all night by performing a 'pûjâ' every 3 hours (4 times during the night). During these ablutions, milk, curd, butter and finally honey are given as offerings to God, in this order. Each ablution is followed by a bilva leaf offering, appreciated by Shiva.
    It is not abnormal, almost expected, to see beggars smoking drugs during this festival.
  • 12-13 February, 2018 - Shiva Ratri at the Pashupatinath Temple. It is a very important celebration in Hinduism.
    Nepal
    Noémie Repetto
    LePictorium_0174359.jpg
    The Shiva Ratri (or Maha Shiavatri translated as 'The Great Night of Shiva') is normally held on February 13th. However, the sadhus (beggars) begin to gather the day before, the 12th of February. These people go to the temple of Pashupatinath to celebrate the birthday of Lord Shiva. Shiva is represented in the form of yogi or beggar and many other forms, hence the presence of as many beggars from Kathmandu in this temple on this particular day. The name 'Pashupati' is one of the many names that Lord Shiva carries.
    The custom of Shiva Ratri is to fast and watch all night by performing a 'pûjâ' every 3 hours (4 times during the night). During these ablutions, milk, curd, butter and finally honey are given as offerings to God, in this order. Each ablution is followed by a bilva leaf offering, appreciated by Shiva.
    It is not abnormal, almost expected, to see beggars smoking drugs during this festival.
  • 12-13 February, 2018 - Shiva Ratri at the Pashupatinath Temple. It is a very important celebration in Hinduism.
    Nepal
    Noémie Repetto
    LePictorium_0174360.jpg
    The Shiva Ratri (or Maha Shiavatri translated as 'The Great Night of Shiva') is normally held on February 13th. However, the sadhus (beggars) begin to gather the day before, the 12th of February. These people go to the temple of Pashupatinath to celebrate the birthday of Lord Shiva. Shiva is represented in the form of yogi or beggar and many other forms, hence the presence of as many beggars from Kathmandu in this temple on this particular day. The name 'Pashupati' is one of the many names that Lord Shiva carries.
    The custom of Shiva Ratri is to fast and watch all night by performing a 'pûjâ' every 3 hours (4 times during the night). During these ablutions, milk, curd, butter and finally honey are given as offerings to God, in this order. Each ablution is followed by a bilva leaf offering, appreciated by Shiva.
    It is not abnormal, almost expected, to see beggars smoking drugs during this festival.
  • 12-13 February, 2018 - Shiva Ratri at the Pashupatinath Temple. It is a very important celebration in Hinduism.
    Nepal
    Noémie Repetto
    LePictorium_0174361.jpg
    The Shiva Ratri (or Maha Shiavatri translated as 'The Great Night of Shiva') is normally held on February 13th. However, the sadhus (beggars) begin to gather the day before, the 12th of February. These people go to the temple of Pashupatinath to celebrate the birthday of Lord Shiva. Shiva is represented in the form of yogi or beggar and many other forms, hence the presence of as many beggars from Kathmandu in this temple on this particular day. The name 'Pashupati' is one of the many names that Lord Shiva carries.
    The custom of Shiva Ratri is to fast and watch all night by performing a 'pûjâ' every 3 hours (4 times during the night). During these ablutions, milk, curd, butter and finally honey are given as offerings to God, in this order. Each ablution is followed by a bilva leaf offering, appreciated by Shiva.
    It is not abnormal, almost expected, to see beggars smoking drugs during this festival.
  • 12-13 February, 2018 - Shiva Ratri at the Pashupatinath Temple. It is a very important celebration in Hinduism.
    Nepal
    Noémie Repetto
    LePictorium_0174362.jpg
    The Shiva Ratri (or Maha Shiavatri translated as 'The Great Night of Shiva') is normally held on February 13th. However, the sadhus (beggars) begin to gather the day before, the 12th of February. These people go to the temple of Pashupatinath to celebrate the birthday of Lord Shiva. Shiva is represented in the form of yogi or beggar and many other forms, hence the presence of as many beggars from Kathmandu in this temple on this particular day. The name 'Pashupati' is one of the many names that Lord Shiva carries.
    The custom of Shiva Ratri is to fast and watch all night by performing a 'pûjâ' every 3 hours (4 times during the night). During these ablutions, milk, curd, butter and finally honey are given as offerings to God, in this order. Each ablution is followed by a bilva leaf offering, appreciated by Shiva.
    It is not abnormal, almost expected, to see beggars smoking drugs during this festival.
  • 12-13 February, 2018 - Shiva Ratri at the Pashupatinath Temple. It is a very important celebration in Hinduism.
    Nepal
    Noémie Repetto
    LePictorium_0174363.jpg
    The Shiva Ratri (or Maha Shiavatri translated as 'The Great Night of Shiva') is normally held on February 13th. However, the sadhus (beggars) begin to gather the day before, the 12th of February. These people go to the temple of Pashupatinath to celebrate the birthday of Lord Shiva. Shiva is represented in the form of yogi or beggar and many other forms, hence the presence of as many beggars from Kathmandu in this temple on this particular day. The name 'Pashupati' is one of the many names that Lord Shiva carries.
    The custom of Shiva Ratri is to fast and watch all night by performing a 'pûjâ' every 3 hours (4 times during the night). During these ablutions, milk, curd, butter and finally honey are given as offerings to God, in this order. Each ablution is followed by a bilva leaf offering, appreciated by Shiva.
    It is not abnormal, almost expected, to see beggars smoking drugs during this festival.
  • 12-13 February, 2018 - Shiva Ratri at the Pashupatinath Temple. It is a very important celebration in Hinduism.
    Nepal
    Noémie Repetto
    LePictorium_0174369.jpg
    The Shiva Ratri (or Maha Shiavatri translated as 'The Great Night of Shiva') is normally held on February 13th. However, the sadhus (beggars) begin to gather the day before, the 12th of February. These people go to the temple of Pashupatinath to celebrate the birthday of Lord Shiva. Shiva is represented in the form of yogi or beggar and many other forms, hence the presence of as many beggars from Kathmandu in this temple on this particular day. The name 'Pashupati' is one of the many names that Lord Shiva carries.
    The custom of Shiva Ratri is to fast and watch all night by performing a 'pûjâ' every 3 hours (4 times during the night). During these ablutions, milk, curd, butter and finally honey are given as offerings to God, in this order. Each ablution is followed by a bilva leaf offering, appreciated by Shiva.
    It is not abnormal, almost expected, to see beggars smoking drugs during this festival.
  • 12-13 February, 2018 - Shiva Ratri at the Pashupatinath Temple. It is a very important celebration in Hinduism.
    Nepal
    Noémie Repetto
    LePictorium_0174370.jpg
    The Shiva Ratri (or Maha Shiavatri translated as 'The Great Night of Shiva') is normally held on February 13th. However, the sadhus (beggars) begin to gather the day before, the 12th of February. These people go to the temple of Pashupatinath to celebrate the birthday of Lord Shiva. Shiva is represented in the form of yogi or beggar and many other forms, hence the presence of as many beggars from Kathmandu in this temple on this particular day. The name 'Pashupati' is one of the many names that Lord Shiva carries.
    The custom of Shiva Ratri is to fast and watch all night by performing a 'pûjâ' every 3 hours (4 times during the night). During these ablutions, milk, curd, butter and finally honey are given as offerings to God, in this order. Each ablution is followed by a bilva leaf offering, appreciated by Shiva.
    It is not abnormal, almost expected, to see beggars smoking drugs during this festival.
  • 12-13 February, 2018 - Shiva Ratri at the Pashupatinath Temple. It is a very important celebration in Hinduism.
    Nepal
    Noémie Repetto
    LePictorium_0174371.jpg
    The Shiva Ratri (or Maha Shiavatri translated as 'The Great Night of Shiva') is normally held on February 13th. However, the sadhus (beggars) begin to gather the day before, the 12th of February. These people go to the temple of Pashupatinath to celebrate the birthday of Lord Shiva. Shiva is represented in the form of yogi or beggar and many other forms, hence the presence of as many beggars from Kathmandu in this temple on this particular day. The name 'Pashupati' is one of the many names that Lord Shiva carries.
    The custom of Shiva Ratri is to fast and watch all night by performing a 'pûjâ' every 3 hours (4 times during the night). During these ablutions, milk, curd, butter and finally honey are given as offerings to God, in this order. Each ablution is followed by a bilva leaf offering, appreciated by Shiva.
    It is not abnormal, almost expected, to see beggars smoking drugs during this festival.
  • 12-13 February, 2018 - Shiva Ratri at the Pashupatinath Temple. It is a very important celebration in Hinduism.
    Nepal
    Noémie Repetto
    LePictorium_0174372.jpg
    The Shiva Ratri (or Maha Shiavatri translated as 'The Great Night of Shiva') is normally held on February 13th. However, the sadhus (beggars) begin to gather the day before, the 12th of February. These people go to the temple of Pashupatinath to celebrate the birthday of Lord Shiva. Shiva is represented in the form of yogi or beggar and many other forms, hence the presence of as many beggars from Kathmandu in this temple on this particular day. The name 'Pashupati' is one of the many names that Lord Shiva carries.
    The custom of Shiva Ratri is to fast and watch all night by performing a 'pûjâ' every 3 hours (4 times during the night). During these ablutions, milk, curd, butter and finally honey are given as offerings to God, in this order. Each ablution is followed by a bilva leaf offering, appreciated by Shiva.
    It is not abnormal, almost expected, to see beggars smoking drugs during this festival.
  • 12-13 February, 2018 - Shiva Ratri at the Pashupatinath Temple. It is a very important celebration in Hinduism.
    Nepal
    Noémie Repetto
    LePictorium_0174373.jpg
    The Shiva Ratri (or Maha Shiavatri translated as 'The Great Night of Shiva') is normally held on February 13th. However, the sadhus (beggars) begin to gather the day before, the 12th of February. These people go to the temple of Pashupatinath to celebrate the birthday of Lord Shiva. Shiva is represented in the form of yogi or beggar and many other forms, hence the presence of as many beggars from Kathmandu in this temple on this particular day. The name 'Pashupati' is one of the many names that Lord Shiva carries.
    The custom of Shiva Ratri is to fast and watch all night by performing a 'pûjâ' every 3 hours (4 times during the night). During these ablutions, milk, curd, butter and finally honey are given as offerings to God, in this order. Each ablution is followed by a bilva leaf offering, appreciated by Shiva.
    It is not abnormal, almost expected, to see beggars smoking drugs during this festival.
  • 12-13 February, 2018 - Shiva Ratri at the Pashupatinath Temple. It is a very important celebration in Hinduism.
    Nepal
    Noémie Repetto
    LePictorium_0174374.jpg
    The Shiva Ratri (or Maha Shiavatri translated as 'The Great Night of Shiva') is normally held on February 13th. However, the sadhus (beggars) begin to gather the day before, the 12th of February. These people go to the temple of Pashupatinath to celebrate the birthday of Lord Shiva. Shiva is represented in the form of yogi or beggar and many other forms, hence the presence of as many beggars from Kathmandu in this temple on this particular day. The name 'Pashupati' is one of the many names that Lord Shiva carries.
    The custom of Shiva Ratri is to fast and watch all night by performing a 'pûjâ' every 3 hours (4 times during the night). During these ablutions, milk, curd, butter and finally honey are given as offerings to God, in this order. Each ablution is followed by a bilva leaf offering, appreciated by Shiva.
    It is not abnormal, almost expected, to see beggars smoking drugs during this festival.
  • 12-13 February, 2018 - Shiva Ratri at the Pashupatinath Temple. It is a very important celebration in Hinduism.
    Nepal
    Noémie Repetto
    LePictorium_0174375.jpg
    The Shiva Ratri (or Maha Shiavatri translated as 'The Great Night of Shiva') is normally held on February 13th. However, the sadhus (beggars) begin to gather the day before, the 12th of February. These people go to the temple of Pashupatinath to celebrate the birthday of Lord Shiva. Shiva is represented in the form of yogi or beggar and many other forms, hence the presence of as many beggars from Kathmandu in this temple on this particular day. The name 'Pashupati' is one of the many names that Lord Shiva carries.
    The custom of Shiva Ratri is to fast and watch all night by performing a 'pûjâ' every 3 hours (4 times during the night). During these ablutions, milk, curd, butter and finally honey are given as offerings to God, in this order. Each ablution is followed by a bilva leaf offering, appreciated by Shiva.
    It is not abnormal, almost expected, to see beggars smoking drugs during this festival.
  • 12-13 February, 2018 - Shiva Ratri at the Pashupatinath Temple. It is a very important celebration in Hinduism.
    Nepal
    Noémie Repetto
    LePictorium_0174376.jpg
    The Shiva Ratri (or Maha Shiavatri translated as 'The Great Night of Shiva') is normally held on February 13th. However, the sadhus (beggars) begin to gather the day before, the 12th of February. These people go to the temple of Pashupatinath to celebrate the birthday of Lord Shiva. Shiva is represented in the form of yogi or beggar and many other forms, hence the presence of as many beggars from Kathmandu in this temple on this particular day. The name 'Pashupati' is one of the many names that Lord Shiva carries.
    The custom of Shiva Ratri is to fast and watch all night by performing a 'pûjâ' every 3 hours (4 times during the night). During these ablutions, milk, curd, butter and finally honey are given as offerings to God, in this order. Each ablution is followed by a bilva leaf offering, appreciated by Shiva.
    It is not abnormal, almost expected, to see beggars smoking drugs during this festival.
  • 12-13 February, 2018 - Shiva Ratri at the Pashupatinath Temple. It is a very important celebration in Hinduism.
    Nepal
    Noémie Repetto
    LePictorium_0174377.jpg
    The Shiva Ratri (or Maha Shiavatri translated as 'The Great Night of Shiva') is normally held on February 13th. However, the sadhus (beggars) begin to gather the day before, the 12th of February. These people go to the temple of Pashupatinath to celebrate the birthday of Lord Shiva. Shiva is represented in the form of yogi or beggar and many other forms, hence the presence of as many beggars from Kathmandu in this temple on this particular day. The name 'Pashupati' is one of the many names that Lord Shiva carries.
    The custom of Shiva Ratri is to fast and watch all night by performing a 'pûjâ' every 3 hours (4 times during the night). During these ablutions, milk, curd, butter and finally honey are given as offerings to God, in this order. Each ablution is followed by a bilva leaf offering, appreciated by Shiva.
    It is not abnormal, almost expected, to see beggars smoking drugs during this festival.
  • 12-13 February, 2018 - Shiva Ratri at the Pashupatinath Temple. It is a very important celebration in Hinduism.
    Nepal
    Noémie Repetto
    LePictorium_0174378.jpg
    The Shiva Ratri (or Maha Shiavatri translated as 'The Great Night of Shiva') is normally held on February 13th. However, the sadhus (beggars) begin to gather the day before, the 12th of February. These people go to the temple of Pashupatinath to celebrate the birthday of Lord Shiva. Shiva is represented in the form of yogi or beggar and many other forms, hence the presence of as many beggars from Kathmandu in this temple on this particular day. The name 'Pashupati' is one of the many names that Lord Shiva carries.
    The custom of Shiva Ratri is to fast and watch all night by performing a 'pûjâ' every 3 hours (4 times during the night). During these ablutions, milk, curd, butter and finally honey are given as offerings to God, in this order. Each ablution is followed by a bilva leaf offering, appreciated by Shiva.
    It is not abnormal, almost expected, to see beggars smoking drugs during this festival.
  • 12-13 February, 2018 - Shiva Ratri at the Pashupatinath Temple. It is a very important celebration in Hinduism.
    Nepal
    Noémie Repetto
    LePictorium_0174379.jpg
    The Shiva Ratri (or Maha Shiavatri translated as 'The Great Night of Shiva') is normally held on February 13th. However, the sadhus (beggars) begin to gather the day before, the 12th of February. These people go to the temple of Pashupatinath to celebrate the birthday of Lord Shiva. Shiva is represented in the form of yogi or beggar and many other forms, hence the presence of as many beggars from Kathmandu in this temple on this particular day. The name 'Pashupati' is one of the many names that Lord Shiva carries.
    The custom of Shiva Ratri is to fast and watch all night by performing a 'pûjâ' every 3 hours (4 times during the night). During these ablutions, milk, curd, butter and finally honey are given as offerings to God, in this order. Each ablution is followed by a bilva leaf offering, appreciated by Shiva.
    It is not abnormal, almost expected, to see beggars smoking drugs during this festival.
  • 12-13 February, 2018 - Shiva Ratri at the Pashupatinath Temple. It is a very important celebration in Hinduism.
    Nepal
    Noémie Repetto
    LePictorium_0174380.jpg
    The Shiva Ratri (or Maha Shiavatri translated as 'The Great Night of Shiva') is normally held on February 13th. However, the sadhus (beggars) begin to gather the day before, the 12th of February. These people go to the temple of Pashupatinath to celebrate the birthday of Lord Shiva. Shiva is represented in the form of yogi or beggar and many other forms, hence the presence of as many beggars from Kathmandu in this temple on this particular day. The name 'Pashupati' is one of the many names that Lord Shiva carries.
    The custom of Shiva Ratri is to fast and watch all night by performing a 'pûjâ' every 3 hours (4 times during the night). During these ablutions, milk, curd, butter and finally honey are given as offerings to God, in this order. Each ablution is followed by a bilva leaf offering, appreciated by Shiva.
    It is not abnormal, almost expected, to see beggars smoking drugs during this festival.
  • 12-13 February, 2018 - Shiva Ratri at the Pashupatinath Temple. It is a very important celebration in Hinduism.
    Nepal
    Noémie Repetto
    LePictorium_0174381.jpg
    The Shiva Ratri (or Maha Shiavatri translated as 'The Great Night of Shiva') is normally held on February 13th. However, the sadhus (beggars) begin to gather the day before, the 12th of February. These people go to the temple of Pashupatinath to celebrate the birthday of Lord Shiva. Shiva is represented in the form of yogi or beggar and many other forms, hence the presence of as many beggars from Kathmandu in this temple on this particular day. The name 'Pashupati' is one of the many names that Lord Shiva carries.
    The custom of Shiva Ratri is to fast and watch all night by performing a 'pûjâ' every 3 hours (4 times during the night). During these ablutions, milk, curd, butter and finally honey are given as offerings to God, in this order. Each ablution is followed by a bilva leaf offering, appreciated by Shiva.
    It is not abnormal, almost expected, to see beggars smoking drugs during this festival.
  • 12-13 February, 2018 - Shiva Ratri at the Pashupatinath Temple. It is a very important celebration in Hinduism.
    Nepal
    Noémie Repetto
    LePictorium_0174382.jpg
    The Shiva Ratri (or Maha Shiavatri translated as 'The Great Night of Shiva') is normally held on February 13th. However, the sadhus (beggars) begin to gather the day before, the 12th of February. These people go to the temple of Pashupatinath to celebrate the birthday of Lord Shiva. Shiva is represented in the form of yogi or beggar and many other forms, hence the presence of as many beggars from Kathmandu in this temple on this particular day. The name 'Pashupati' is one of the many names that Lord Shiva carries.
    The custom of Shiva Ratri is to fast and watch all night by performing a 'pûjâ' every 3 hours (4 times during the night). During these ablutions, milk, curd, butter and finally honey are given as offerings to God, in this order. Each ablution is followed by a bilva leaf offering, appreciated by Shiva.
    It is not abnormal, almost expected, to see beggars smoking drugs during this festival.
  • 12-13 February, 2018 - Shiva Ratri at the Pashupatinath Temple. It is a very important celebration in Hinduism.
    Nepal
    Noémie Repetto
    LePictorium_0174383.jpg
    The Shiva Ratri (or Maha Shiavatri translated as 'The Great Night of Shiva') is normally held on February 13th. However, the sadhus (beggars) begin to gather the day before, the 12th of February. These people go to the temple of Pashupatinath to celebrate the birthday of Lord Shiva. Shiva is represented in the form of yogi or beggar and many other forms, hence the presence of as many beggars from Kathmandu in this temple on this particular day. The name 'Pashupati' is one of the many names that Lord Shiva carries.
    The custom of Shiva Ratri is to fast and watch all night by performing a 'pûjâ' every 3 hours (4 times during the night). During these ablutions, milk, curd, butter and finally honey are given as offerings to God, in this order. Each ablution is followed by a bilva leaf offering, appreciated by Shiva.
    It is not abnormal, almost expected, to see beggars smoking drugs during this festival.
  • 12-13 February, 2018 - Shiva Ratri at the Pashupatinath Temple. It is a very important celebration in Hinduism.
    Nepal
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    The Shiva Ratri (or Maha Shiavatri translated as 'The Great Night of Shiva') is normally held on February 13th. However, the sadhus (beggars) begin to gather the day before, the 12th of February. These people go to the temple of Pashupatinath to celebrate the birthday of Lord Shiva. Shiva is represented in the form of yogi or beggar and many other forms, hence the presence of as many beggars from Kathmandu in this temple on this particular day. The name 'Pashupati' is one of the many names that Lord Shiva carries.
    The custom of Shiva Ratri is to fast and watch all night by performing a 'pûjâ' every 3 hours (4 times during the night). During these ablutions, milk, curd, butter and finally honey are given as offerings to God, in this order. Each ablution is followed by a bilva leaf offering, appreciated by Shiva.
    It is not abnormal, almost expected, to see beggars smoking drugs during this festival.
  • 12-13 February, 2018 - Shiva Ratri at the Pashupatinath Temple. It is a very important celebration in Hinduism.
    Nepal
    Noémie Repetto
    LePictorium_0174386.jpg
    The Shiva Ratri (or Maha Shiavatri translated as 'The Great Night of Shiva') is normally held on February 13th. However, the sadhus (beggars) begin to gather the day before, the 12th of February. These people go to the temple of Pashupatinath to celebrate the birthday of Lord Shiva. Shiva is represented in the form of yogi or beggar and many other forms, hence the presence of as many beggars from Kathmandu in this temple on this particular day. The name 'Pashupati' is one of the many names that Lord Shiva carries.
    The custom of Shiva Ratri is to fast and watch all night by performing a 'pûjâ' every 3 hours (4 times during the night). During these ablutions, milk, curd, butter and finally honey are given as offerings to God, in this order. Each ablution is followed by a bilva leaf offering, appreciated by Shiva.
    It is not abnormal, almost expected, to see beggars smoking drugs during this festival.
  • 12-13 February, 2018 - Shiva Ratri at the Pashupatinath Temple. It is a very important celebration in Hinduism.
    Nepal
    Noémie Repetto
    LePictorium_0174387.jpg
    The Shiva Ratri (or Maha Shiavatri translated as 'The Great Night of Shiva') is normally held on February 13th. However, the sadhus (beggars) begin to gather the day before, the 12th of February. These people go to the temple of Pashupatinath to celebrate the birthday of Lord Shiva. Shiva is represented in the form of yogi or beggar and many other forms, hence the presence of as many beggars from Kathmandu in this temple on this particular day. The name 'Pashupati' is one of the many names that Lord Shiva carries.
    The custom of Shiva Ratri is to fast and watch all night by performing a 'pûjâ' every 3 hours (4 times during the night). During these ablutions, milk, curd, butter and finally honey are given as offerings to God, in this order. Each ablution is followed by a bilva leaf offering, appreciated by Shiva.
    It is not abnormal, almost expected, to see beggars smoking drugs during this festival.
  • 12-13 February, 2018 - Shiva Ratri at the Pashupatinath Temple. It is a very important celebration in Hinduism.
    Nepal
    Noémie Repetto
    LePictorium_0174388.jpg
    The Shiva Ratri (or Maha Shiavatri translated as 'The Great Night of Shiva') is normally held on February 13th. However, the sadhus (beggars) begin to gather the day before, the 12th of February. These people go to the temple of Pashupatinath to celebrate the birthday of Lord Shiva. Shiva is represented in the form of yogi or beggar and many other forms, hence the presence of as many beggars from Kathmandu in this temple on this particular day. The name 'Pashupati' is one of the many names that Lord Shiva carries.
    The custom of Shiva Ratri is to fast and watch all night by performing a 'pûjâ' every 3 hours (4 times during the night). During these ablutions, milk, curd, butter and finally honey are given as offerings to God, in this order. Each ablution is followed by a bilva leaf offering, appreciated by Shiva.
    It is not abnormal, almost expected, to see beggars smoking drugs during this festival.
  • 12-13 February, 2018 - Shiva Ratri at the Pashupatinath Temple. It is a very important celebration in Hinduism.
    Nepal
    Noémie Repetto
    LePictorium_0174389.jpg
    The Shiva Ratri (or Maha Shiavatri translated as 'The Great Night of Shiva') is normally held on February 13th. However, the sadhus (beggars) begin to gather the day before, the 12th of February. These people go to the temple of Pashupatinath to celebrate the birthday of Lord Shiva. Shiva is represented in the form of yogi or beggar and many other forms, hence the presence of as many beggars from Kathmandu in this temple on this particular day. The name 'Pashupati' is one of the many names that Lord Shiva carries.
    The custom of Shiva Ratri is to fast and watch all night by performing a 'pûjâ' every 3 hours (4 times during the night). During these ablutions, milk, curd, butter and finally honey are given as offerings to God, in this order. Each ablution is followed by a bilva leaf offering, appreciated by Shiva.
    It is not abnormal, almost expected, to see beggars smoking drugs during this festival.
  • 12-13 February, 2018 - Shiva Ratri at the Pashupatinath Temple. It is a very important celebration in Hinduism.
    Nepal
    Noémie Repetto
    LePictorium_0174390.jpg
    The Shiva Ratri (or Maha Shiavatri translated as 'The Great Night of Shiva') is normally held on February 13th. However, the sadhus (beggars) begin to gather the day before, the 12th of February. These people go to the temple of Pashupatinath to celebrate the birthday of Lord Shiva. Shiva is represented in the form of yogi or beggar and many other forms, hence the presence of as many beggars from Kathmandu in this temple on this particular day. The name 'Pashupati' is one of the many names that Lord Shiva carries.
    The custom of Shiva Ratri is to fast and watch all night by performing a 'pûjâ' every 3 hours (4 times during the night). During these ablutions, milk, curd, butter and finally honey are given as offerings to God, in this order. Each ablution is followed by a bilva leaf offering, appreciated by Shiva.
    It is not abnormal, almost expected, to see beggars smoking drugs during this festival.
  • 12-13 February, 2018 - Shiva Ratri at the Pashupatinath Temple. It is a very important celebration in Hinduism.
    Nepal
    Noémie Repetto
    LePictorium_0174392.jpg
    The Shiva Ratri (or Maha Shiavatri translated as 'The Great Night of Shiva') is normally held on February 13th. However, the sadhus (beggars) begin to gather the day before, the 12th of February. These people go to the temple of Pashupatinath to celebrate the birthday of Lord Shiva. Shiva is represented in the form of yogi or beggar and many other forms, hence the presence of as many beggars from Kathmandu in this temple on this particular day. The name 'Pashupati' is one of the many names that Lord Shiva carries.
    The custom of Shiva Ratri is to fast and watch all night by performing a 'pûjâ' every 3 hours (4 times during the night). During these ablutions, milk, curd, butter and finally honey are given as offerings to God, in this order. Each ablution is followed by a bilva leaf offering, appreciated by Shiva.
    It is not abnormal, almost expected, to see beggars smoking drugs during this festival.
  • 12-13 February, 2018 - Shiva Ratri at the Pashupatinath Temple. It is a very important celebration in Hinduism.
    Nepal
    Noémie Repetto
    LePictorium_0174394.jpg
    The Shiva Ratri (or Maha Shiavatri translated as 'The Great Night of Shiva') is normally held on February 13th. However, the sadhus (beggars) begin to gather the day before, the 12th of February. These people go to the temple of Pashupatinath to celebrate the birthday of Lord Shiva. Shiva is represented in the form of yogi or beggar and many other forms, hence the presence of as many beggars from Kathmandu in this temple on this particular day. The name 'Pashupati' is one of the many names that Lord Shiva carries.
    The custom of Shiva Ratri is to fast and watch all night by performing a 'pûjâ' every 3 hours (4 times during the night). During these ablutions, milk, curd, butter and finally honey are given as offerings to God, in this order. Each ablution is followed by a bilva leaf offering, appreciated by Shiva.
    It is not abnormal, almost expected, to see beggars smoking drugs during this festival.
  • 12-13 February, 2018 - Shiva Ratri at the Pashupatinath Temple. It is a very important celebration in Hinduism.
    Nepal
    Noémie Repetto
    LePictorium_0174395.jpg
    The Shiva Ratri (or Maha Shiavatri translated as 'The Great Night of Shiva') is normally held on February 13th. However, the sadhus (beggars) begin to gather the day before, the 12th of February. These people go to the temple of Pashupatinath to celebrate the birthday of Lord Shiva. Shiva is represented in the form of yogi or beggar and many other forms, hence the presence of as many beggars from Kathmandu in this temple on this particular day. The name 'Pashupati' is one of the many names that Lord Shiva carries.
    The custom of Shiva Ratri is to fast and watch all night by performing a 'pûjâ' every 3 hours (4 times during the night). During these ablutions, milk, curd, butter and finally honey are given as offerings to God, in this order. Each ablution is followed by a bilva leaf offering, appreciated by Shiva.
    It is not abnormal, almost expected, to see beggars smoking drugs during this festival.
  • 12-13 February, 2018 - Shiva Ratri at the Pashupatinath Temple. It is a very important celebration in Hinduism.
    Nepal
    Noémie Repetto
    LePictorium_0174396.jpg
    The Shiva Ratri (or Maha Shiavatri translated as 'The Great Night of Shiva') is normally held on February 13th. However, the sadhus (beggars) begin to gather the day before, the 12th of February. These people go to the temple of Pashupatinath to celebrate the birthday of Lord Shiva. Shiva is represented in the form of yogi or beggar and many other forms, hence the presence of as many beggars from Kathmandu in this temple on this particular day. The name 'Pashupati' is one of the many names that Lord Shiva carries.
    The custom of Shiva Ratri is to fast and watch all night by performing a 'pûjâ' every 3 hours (4 times during the night). During these ablutions, milk, curd, butter and finally honey are given as offerings to God, in this order. Each ablution is followed by a bilva leaf offering, appreciated by Shiva.
    It is not abnormal, almost expected, to see beggars smoking drugs during this festival.
  • 12-13 February, 2018 - Shiva Ratri at the Pashupatinath Temple. It is a very important celebration in Hinduism.
    Nepal
    Noémie Repetto
    LePictorium_0174399.jpg
    The Shiva Ratri (or Maha Shiavatri translated as 'The Great Night of Shiva') is normally held on February 13th. However, the sadhus (beggars) begin to gather the day before, the 12th of February. These people go to the temple of Pashupatinath to celebrate the birthday of Lord Shiva. Shiva is represented in the form of yogi or beggar and many other forms, hence the presence of as many beggars from Kathmandu in this temple on this particular day. The name 'Pashupati' is one of the many names that Lord Shiva carries.
    The custom of Shiva Ratri is to fast and watch all night by performing a 'pûjâ' every 3 hours (4 times during the night). During these ablutions, milk, curd, butter and finally honey are given as offerings to God, in this order. Each ablution is followed by a bilva leaf offering, appreciated by Shiva.
    It is not abnormal, almost expected, to see beggars smoking drugs during this festival.
  • 12-13 February, 2018 - Shiva Ratri at the Pashupatinath Temple. It is a very important celebration in Hinduism.
    Nepal
    Noémie Repetto
    LePictorium_0174400.jpg
    The Shiva Ratri (or Maha Shiavatri translated as 'The Great Night of Shiva') is normally held on February 13th. However, the sadhus (beggars) begin to gather the day before, the 12th of February. These people go to the temple of Pashupatinath to celebrate the birthday of Lord Shiva. Shiva is represented in the form of yogi or beggar and many other forms, hence the presence of as many beggars from Kathmandu in this temple on this particular day. The name 'Pashupati' is one of the many names that Lord Shiva carries.
    The custom of Shiva Ratri is to fast and watch all night by performing a 'pûjâ' every 3 hours (4 times during the night). During these ablutions, milk, curd, butter and finally honey are given as offerings to God, in this order. Each ablution is followed by a bilva leaf offering, appreciated by Shiva.
    It is not abnormal, almost expected, to see beggars smoking drugs during this festival.
  • 12-13 February, 2018 - Shiva Ratri at the Pashupatinath Temple. It is a very important celebration in Hinduism.
    Nepal
    Noémie Repetto
    LePictorium_0174401.jpg
    The Shiva Ratri (or Maha Shiavatri translated as 'The Great Night of Shiva') is normally held on February 13th. However, the sadhus (beggars) begin to gather the day before, the 12th of February. These people go to the temple of Pashupatinath to celebrate the birthday of Lord Shiva. Shiva is represented in the form of yogi or beggar and many other forms, hence the presence of as many beggars from Kathmandu in this temple on this particular day. The name 'Pashupati' is one of the many names that Lord Shiva carries.
    The custom of Shiva Ratri is to fast and watch all night by performing a 'pûjâ' every 3 hours (4 times during the night). During these ablutions, milk, curd, butter and finally honey are given as offerings to God, in this order. Each ablution is followed by a bilva leaf offering, appreciated by Shiva.
    It is not abnormal, almost expected, to see beggars smoking drugs during this festival.
  • 12-13 February, 2018 - Shiva Ratri at the Pashupatinath Temple. It is a very important celebration in Hinduism.
    Nepal
    Noémie Repetto
    LePictorium_0174402.jpg
    The Shiva Ratri (or Maha Shiavatri translated as 'The Great Night of Shiva') is normally held on February 13th. However, the sadhus (beggars) begin to gather the day before, the 12th of February. These people go to the temple of Pashupatinath to celebrate the birthday of Lord Shiva. Shiva is represented in the form of yogi or beggar and many other forms, hence the presence of as many beggars from Kathmandu in this temple on this particular day. The name 'Pashupati' is one of the many names that Lord Shiva carries.
    The custom of Shiva Ratri is to fast and watch all night by performing a 'pûjâ' every 3 hours (4 times during the night). During these ablutions, milk, curd, butter and finally honey are given as offerings to God, in this order. Each ablution is followed by a bilva leaf offering, appreciated by Shiva.
    It is not abnormal, almost expected, to see beggars smoking drugs during this festival.
  • 12-13 February, 2018 - Shiva Ratri at the Pashupatinath Temple. It is a very important celebration in Hinduism.
    Nepal
    Noémie Repetto
    LePictorium_0174403.jpg
    The Shiva Ratri (or Maha Shiavatri translated as 'The Great Night of Shiva') is normally held on February 13th. However, the sadhus (beggars) begin to gather the day before, the 12th of February. These people go to the temple of Pashupatinath to celebrate the birthday of Lord Shiva. Shiva is represented in the form of yogi or beggar and many other forms, hence the presence of as many beggars from Kathmandu in this temple on this particular day. The name 'Pashupati' is one of the many names that Lord Shiva carries.
    The custom of Shiva Ratri is to fast and watch all night by performing a 'pûjâ' every 3 hours (4 times during the night). During these ablutions, milk, curd, butter and finally honey are given as offerings to God, in this order. Each ablution is followed by a bilva leaf offering, appreciated by Shiva.
    It is not abnormal, almost expected, to see beggars smoking drugs during this festival.
  • 2018, Jan 15 - Maghi festival. New Year of Nepal in Tundikhel through the day. The festival had started from Kathmandu Durbar Square.
    Nepal
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    LePictorium_0173463.jpg
    Maghe Sankranti is the first day of the month of Magh of Bikram Sambat. Magh is the tenth month of the year.

    Sankranti is the Sanskrit word in Eastern Astrology which refers to the transmigration of the Sun from one Rashi (sign of the zodiac) to another. In very simple, the word sankranti is the first day of the Nepali calendar. Then obviously, there are 12 sankrantis in a year. Makar Sankranti is the transition of the Sun from Dhanu rashi (Sagittarius) to Makara rashi (Capricorn).

    In Hindu Astrology the sun position during the year is divided into 12 rashis (zodiac signs). It is however, very difficult to reconcile among Bikram Sambat months, Zodiac months and lunar calendar's months. While the traditional Calendar is based on lunar positions, Sankranti is a solar event. So dates of all Hindu festivals keep changing as per the Gregorian calendar and so do the Makar Sankranti too.

    Makar Sankranti is the festival of the Sun God. The Sun God is the symbol of power, divinity and wisdom. The Sun God is worshiped in this festival.

    Maghe Sankranti is also called Maghi. Maghi is for the New year of Tharu Community of Nepal.
  • 2018, Jan 15 - Maghi festival. New Year of Nepal in Tundikhel through the day. The festival had started from Kathmandu Durbar Square.
    Nepal
    Noémie Repetto
    LePictorium_0173467.jpg
    Maghe Sankranti is the first day of the month of Magh of Bikram Sambat. Magh is the tenth month of the year.

    Sankranti is the Sanskrit word in Eastern Astrology which refers to the transmigration of the Sun from one Rashi (sign of the zodiac) to another. In very simple, the word sankranti is the first day of the Nepali calendar. Then obviously, there are 12 sankrantis in a year. Makar Sankranti is the transition of the Sun from Dhanu rashi (Sagittarius) to Makara rashi (Capricorn).

    In Hindu Astrology the sun position during the year is divided into 12 rashis (zodiac signs). It is however, very difficult to reconcile among Bikram Sambat months, Zodiac months and lunar calendar's months. While the traditional Calendar is based on lunar positions, Sankranti is a solar event. So dates of all Hindu festivals keep changing as per the Gregorian calendar and so do the Makar Sankranti too.

    Makar Sankranti is the festival of the Sun God. The Sun God is the symbol of power, divinity and wisdom. The Sun God is worshiped in this festival.

    Maghe Sankranti is also called Maghi. Maghi is for the New year of Tharu Community of Nepal.
  • 2018, Jan 15 - Maghi festival. New Year of Nepal in Tundikhel through the day. The festival had started from Kathmandu Durbar Square.
    Nepal
    Noémie Repetto
    LePictorium_0173468.jpg
    Maghe Sankranti is the first day of the month of Magh of Bikram Sambat. Magh is the tenth month of the year.

    Sankranti is the Sanskrit word in Eastern Astrology which refers to the transmigration of the Sun from one Rashi (sign of the zodiac) to another. In very simple, the word sankranti is the first day of the Nepali calendar. Then obviously, there are 12 sankrantis in a year. Makar Sankranti is the transition of the Sun from Dhanu rashi (Sagittarius) to Makara rashi (Capricorn).

    In Hindu Astrology the sun position during the year is divided into 12 rashis (zodiac signs). It is however, very difficult to reconcile among Bikram Sambat months, Zodiac months and lunar calendar's months. While the traditional Calendar is based on lunar positions, Sankranti is a solar event. So dates of all Hindu festivals keep changing as per the Gregorian calendar and so do the Makar Sankranti too.

    Makar Sankranti is the festival of the Sun God. The Sun God is the symbol of power, divinity and wisdom. The Sun God is worshiped in this festival.

    Maghe Sankranti is also called Maghi. Maghi is for the New year of Tharu Community of Nepal.
  • Nepal - Kathmandu Valley - Kirtipur. Handmade Bricks factory
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    Nepal divides its citizens according to social caste. The weakest caste, called the 'untouchables', deals with the hardest and least socially rewarding jobs. The brick factory is a good example. In the Kathmandu Valley, the cities of Kirtipur and Bhaktapur are the cities where factories and factories are built.
  • Nepal - Pokhara.
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    LePictorium_0172981.jpg
    Nepal - Pokhara, a city appreciated for its rendezvous point for trekkers. City mainly for tourists.
  • Nepal - Pokhara.
    Nepal
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    LePictorium_0172988.jpg
    Nepal - Pokhara, a city appreciated for its rendezvous point for trekkers. City mainly for tourists.
  • Tihar Festival in Nepal, Kathmandu. Worshipping of the dogs at the training police dogs school.
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    LePictorium_0169909.jpg
    Tihar Festival in Nepal, Kathmandu. Worshipping of the dogs at the training police dogs school.
    Best police dog award ceremony for the Nepalese police, as well as retirement ceremony. Since the festival of lights also took place, the police and citizens participated in the dog worshipping as tradition dictates.
    Police officers demonstrate an obedience test with police dogs.
  • Tihar Festival in Nepal, Kathmandu. Worshipping of the dogs at the training police dogs school.
    Nepal
    Noémie Repetto
    LePictorium_0169910.jpg
    Tihar Festival in Nepal, Kathmandu. Worshipping of the dogs at the training police dogs school.
    Best police dog award ceremony for the Nepalese police, as well as retirement ceremony. Since the festival of lights also took place, the police and citizens participated in the dog worshipping as tradition dictates.
    Police officers demonstrate an obedience test with police dogs.
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