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  • Syria - ISIS Jail
    Syria
    Chris Huby
    LePictorium_0220162.jpg
    In the ultra-secret coalition prison in Hassaké, Syria, 5,000 prisoners from the Islamic State are waiting for their fate. 2700 prisoners are sick and disabled. The Kurdish guardians take care of them, but are overwhelmed by the situation. Here, general photo of the hospital for the sick and disabled.
  • Syria - ISIS Jail
    Syria
    Chris Huby
    LePictorium_0220163.jpg
    In the ultra-secret coalition prison in Hassaké, Syria, 5,000 prisoners from the Islamic State are waiting for their fate. 2700 prisoners are sick and disabled. The Kurdish guardians take care of them, but are overwhelmed by the situation. Here, general photo of the hospital for the sick and disabled.
  • Syria - ISIS Jail
    Syria
    Chris Huby
    LePictorium_0220164.jpg
    In the ultra-secret coalition prison in Hassaké, Syria, 5,000 prisoners from the Islamic State are waiting for their fate. 2700 prisoners are sick and disabled. The Kurdish guardians take care of them, but are overwhelmed by the situation. Here, general photo of the hospital for the sick and disabled.
  • Syria - ISIS Jail
    Syria
    Chris Huby
    LePictorium_0220165.jpg
    In the ultra-secret coalition prison in Hassaké, Syria, 5,000 prisoners from the Islamic State are waiting for their fate. 2700 prisoners are sick and disabled. The Kurdish guardians take care of them, but are overwhelmed by the situation. The Kurdish guards of the SDF are vigilant.
  • Syria - ISIS Jail
    Syria
    Chris Huby
    LePictorium_0220166.jpg
    In the ultra-secret coalition prison in Hassaké, Syria, 5,000 prisoners from the Islamic State are waiting for their fate. 2700 prisoners are sick and disabled. The Kurdish guardians take care of them, but are overwhelmed by the situation. Here, a former Tunisian cook in Raqqa, who calls his country to his release.
  • Syria - ISIS Jail
    Syria
    Chris Huby
    LePictorium_0220167.jpg
    In the ultra-secret coalition prison in Hassaké, Syria, 5,000 prisoners from the Islamic State are waiting for their fate. 2700 prisoners are sick and disabled. The Kurdish guardians take care of them, but are overwhelmed by the situation. Here, a former Tunisian cook in Raqqa, who calls his country to his release.
  • Syria - ISIS Jail
    Syria
    Chris Huby
    LePictorium_0220168.jpg
    In the ultra-secret coalition prison in Hassaké, Syria, 5,000 prisoners from the Islamic State are waiting for their fate. 2700 prisoners are sick and disabled. The Kurdish guardians take care of them, but are overwhelmed by the situation. Here the men are crammed by 100 in a dungeon of about 30 m2.
  • Syria - ISIS Jail
    Syria
    Chris Huby
    LePictorium_0220169.jpg
    In the ultra-secret coalition prison in Hassaké, Syria, 5,000 prisoners from the Islamic State are waiting for their fate. 2700 prisoners are sick and disabled. The Kurdish guardians take care of them, but are overwhelmed by the situation. Here the men are crammed by 100 in a dungeon of about 30 m2.
  • Syria - ISIS Jail
    Syria
    Chris Huby
    LePictorium_0220170.jpg
    In the ultra-secret coalition prison in Hassaké, Syria, 5,000 prisoners from the Islamic State are waiting for their fate. 2700 prisoners are sick and disabled. The Kurdish guardians take care of them, but are overwhelmed by the situation. Here the men are crammed by 100 in a dungeon of about 30 m2.
  • Syria - ISIS Jail
    Syria
    Chris Huby
    LePictorium_0220171.jpg
    In the ultra-secret coalition prison in Hassaké, Syria, 5,000 prisoners from the Islamic State are waiting for their fate. 2700 prisoners are sick and disabled. The Kurdish guardians take care of them, but are overwhelmed by the situation. Here the men are crammed by 100 in a dungeon of about 30 m2.
  • Syria - ISIS Jail
    Syria
    Chris Huby
    LePictorium_0220172.jpg
    In the ultra-secret coalition prison in Hassaké, Syria, 5,000 prisoners from the Islamic State are waiting for their fate. 2700 prisoners are sick and disabled. The Kurdish guardians take care of them, but are overwhelmed by the situation. Here the men are crammed by 100 in a dungeon of about 30 m2.
  • Syria - ISIS Jail
    Syria
    Chris Huby
    LePictorium_0220173.jpg
    In the ultra-secret coalition prison in Hassaké, Syria, 5,000 prisoners from the Islamic State are waiting for their fate. 2700 prisoners are sick and disabled. The Kurdish guardians take care of them, but are overwhelmed by the situation. Here, general photo of the hospital for the sick and disabled.
  • Syria - ISIS Jail
    Syria
    Chris Huby
    LePictorium_0220174.jpg
    In the ultra-secret coalition prison in Hassaké, Syria, 5,000 prisoners from the Islamic State are waiting for their fate. 2700 prisoners are sick and disabled. The Kurdish guardians take care of them, but are overwhelmed by the situation. Here the men are crammed by 100 in a dungeon of about 30 m2.
  • Syria - ISIS Jail
    Syria
    Chris Huby
    LePictorium_0220175.jpg
    In the ultra-secret coalition prison in Hassaké, Syria, 5,000 prisoners from the Islamic State are waiting for their fate. 2700 prisoners are sick and disabled. The Kurdish guardians take care of them, but are overwhelmed by the situation. Here, a painter, example of the rehabilitation offered by the Kurds.
  • Syria - ISIS Jail
    Syria
    Chris Huby
    LePictorium_0220176.jpg
    In the ultra-secret coalition prison in Hassaké, Syria, 5,000 prisoners from the Islamic State are waiting for their fate. 2700 prisoners are sick and disabled. The Kurdish guardians take care of them, but are overwhelmed by the situation. Here, general photo of the hospital for the sick and disabled.
  • Syria - ISIS Jail
    Syria
    Chris Huby
    LePictorium_0220177.jpg
    In the ultra-secret coalition prison in Hassaké, Syria, 5,000 prisoners from the Islamic State are waiting for their fate. 2700 prisoners are sick and disabled. The Kurdish guardians take care of them, but are overwhelmed by the situation. Here, general photo of the hospital for the sick and disabled.
  • Syria - ISIS Jail
    Syria
    Chris Huby
    LePictorium_0220178.jpg
    In the ultra-secret coalition prison in Hassaké, Syria, 5,000 prisoners from the Islamic State are waiting for their fate. 2700 prisoners are sick and disabled. The Kurdish guardians take care of them, but are overwhelmed by the situation. Here, general photo of the hospital for the sick and disabled.
  • Syria - ISIS Jail
    Syria
    Chris Huby
    LePictorium_0220179.jpg
    In the ultra-secret coalition prison in Hassaké, Syria, 5,000 prisoners from the Islamic State are waiting for their fate. 2700 prisoners are sick and disabled. The Kurdish guardians take care of them, but are overwhelmed by the situation. Here, general photo of the hospital for the sick and disabled.
  • Syria - ISIS Jail
    Syria
    Chris Huby
    LePictorium_0220180.jpg
    In the ultra-secret coalition prison in Hassaké, Syria, 5,000 prisoners from the Islamic State are waiting for their fate. 2700 prisoners are sick and disabled. The Kurdish guardians take care of them, but are overwhelmed by the situation. Here, general photo of the hospital for the sick and disabled.
  • Syria - ISIS Jail
    Syria
    Chris Huby
    LePictorium_0220181.jpg
    In the ultra-secret coalition prison in Hassaké, Syria, 5,000 prisoners from the Islamic State are waiting for their fate. 2700 prisoners are sick and disabled. The Kurdish guardians take care of them, but are overwhelmed by the situation. Here, general photo of the hospital for the sick and disabled.
  • The French Red Cross strengthens its presence among vulnerable people during the heat wave
    France
    Nicolas Beaumont
    LePictorium_0210995.jpg
    Volunteers make water distributions to everyone who wants it. The French Red Cross strengthens its presence among vulnerable people during the heat wave
  • The French Red Cross strengthens its presence among vulnerable people during the heat wave
    France
    Nicolas Beaumont
    LePictorium_0210996.jpg
    Volunteers make water distributions to everyone who wants it. The French Red Cross strengthens its presence among vulnerable people during the heat wave
  • The French Red Cross strengthens its presence among vulnerable people during the heat wave
    France
    Nicolas Beaumont
    LePictorium_0210997.jpg
    Volunteers make water distributions to everyone who wants it. The French Red Cross strengthens its presence among vulnerable people during the heat wave
  • The French Red Cross strengthens its presence among vulnerable people during the heat wave
    France
    Nicolas Beaumont
    LePictorium_0210998.jpg
    Volunteers make water distributions to everyone who wants it. The French Red Cross strengthens its presence among vulnerable people during the heat wave
  • The French Red Cross strengthens its presence among vulnerable people during the heat wave
    France
    Nicolas Beaumont
    LePictorium_0210999.jpg
    Volunteers make water distributions to everyone who wants it. The French Red Cross strengthens its presence among vulnerable people during the heat wave
  • Heat wave in Paris: The defense
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0210990.jpg
    More than eight out of ten departments in metropolitan France are now vigilant orange heat wave, according to the map issued this Wednesday, June 26 at 16 h by Météo France.
  • Heat wave in Paris: The defense
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0210991.jpg
    More than eight out of ten departments in metropolitan France are now vigilant orange heat wave, according to the map issued this Wednesday, June 26 at 16 h by Météo France.
  • Heat wave in Paris: The defense
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0210992.jpg
    More than eight out of ten departments in metropolitan France are now vigilant orange heat wave, according to the map issued this Wednesday, June 26 at 16 h by Météo France.
  • Heat wave in Paris: The defense
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0210993.jpg
    More than eight out of ten departments in metropolitan France are now vigilant orange heat wave, according to the map issued this Wednesday, June 26 at 16 h by Météo France.
  • Heat wave in Paris: The defense
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0210994.jpg
    More than eight out of ten departments in metropolitan France are now vigilant orange heat wave, according to the map issued this Wednesday, June 26 at 16 h by Météo France.
  • Heat wave in Paris: The defense
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0210980.jpg
    More than eight out of ten departments in metropolitan France are now vigilant orange heat wave, according to the map issued this Wednesday, June 26 at 16 h by Météo France.
  • Heat wave in Paris: The defense
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0210981.jpg
    More than eight out of ten departments in metropolitan France are now vigilant orange heat wave, according to the map issued this Wednesday, June 26 at 16 h by Météo France.
  • Heat wave in Paris: The defense
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0210982.jpg
    More than eight out of ten departments in metropolitan France are now vigilant orange heat wave, according to the map issued this Wednesday, June 26 at 16 h by Météo France.
  • Heat wave in Paris: The defense
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0210983.jpg
    More than eight out of ten departments in metropolitan France are now vigilant orange heat wave, according to the map issued this Wednesday, June 26 at 16 h by Météo France.
  • Heat wave in Paris: The defense
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0210984.jpg
    More than eight out of ten departments in metropolitan France are now vigilant orange heat wave, according to the map issued this Wednesday, June 26 at 16 h by Météo France.
  • Heat wave in Paris: The defense
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0210985.jpg
    More than eight out of ten departments in metropolitan France are now vigilant orange heat wave, according to the map issued this Wednesday, June 26 at 16 h by Météo France.
  • Heat wave in Paris: The defense
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0210986.jpg
    More than eight out of ten departments in metropolitan France are now vigilant orange heat wave, according to the map issued this Wednesday, June 26 at 16 h by Météo France.
  • Heat wave in Paris: The defense
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0210987.jpg
    More than eight out of ten departments in metropolitan France are now vigilant orange heat wave, according to the map issued this Wednesday, June 26 at 16 h by Météo France.
  • Heat wave in Paris: The defense
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0210988.jpg
    More than eight out of ten departments in metropolitan France are now vigilant orange heat wave, according to the map issued this Wednesday, June 26 at 16 h by Météo France.
  • Heat wave in Paris: The defense
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0210989.jpg
    More than eight out of ten departments in metropolitan France are now vigilant orange heat wave, according to the map issued this Wednesday, June 26 at 16 h by Météo France.
  • Trip to China.
    China
    Jean-Paul Lozouet
    LePictorium_0179865.jpg
    Panda breeding base (Daxiong-mao Fanzhi Jidi), Sichuan, Red Panda feeding.
  • Trip to China.
    China
    Jean-Paul Lozouet
    LePictorium_0179866.jpg
    Panda breeding base (Daxiong-mao Fanzhi Jidi), Sichuan, Red Panda feeding.
  • Trip to China.
    China
    Jean-Paul Lozouet
    LePictorium_0179867.jpg
    Panda breeding base (Daxiong-mao Fanzhi Jidi), Sichuan, Red Panda feeding.
  • Trip in China
    China
    Jean-Paul Lozouet
    LePictorium_0179733.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_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_0174398.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.
  • Nepal - Kathmandu Valley - Kirtipur. Handmade Bricks factory
    Nepal
    Noémie Repetto
    LePictorium_0173009.jpg
    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 - Kathmandu Valley - Kirtipur. Handmade Bricks factory
    Nepal
    Noémie Repetto
    LePictorium_0173010.jpg
    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 - Kathmandu Valley - Kirtipur. Handmade Bricks factory
    Nepal
    Noémie Repetto
    LePictorium_0173011.jpg
    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 - Kathmandu Valley - Kirtipur. Handmade Bricks factory
    Nepal
    Noémie Repetto
    LePictorium_0173012.jpg
    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.
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