Thursday, September 29, 2011

Thursday Challenge - Golden


Golden maces at the Hanuman temple(Ghanteshwar)in Khar, Mumbai.

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26 comments:

  1. Beautiful! Perfect for the day! Hope your week is going well!

    Sylvia

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  2. Interesting bells and mace!! There would be lovely tinkling sounds if they could ring in unison and in rhythm!!

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  3. What a capture ! loved those bells and mace.

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  4. gold rich with age and devotion-


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  5. c'est tres beau, surtout avec toutes les clochettes autour

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  6. Not to miss all those bells above!!

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  7. Lovely golden image Deepak, so many little bells, amazing.

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  8. lovely golden maces .. nice picture

    Bikram's

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  9. Oh, Deepak, you must take me to see this AND the flamingos! I can't believe my visit to India is less than a month away now.

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  10. Those real gold?? or gold plated exhibits. Looks awesome

    Pheno

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  11. No not real gold nor gold plated! They are brass or bronze or bell metal.

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  12. the air resounds with the imagined tinkling of bells.

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  13. Wow - astoundingly gorgeous!

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  14. Oh, it's a dream! I collect bells, so can you imagine how much I love it!

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  15. so divine..at first sight i couldnt see those bells :) :)

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  16. If that would be real gold then there is a fortune hanging there !!

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  17. So many bells and bells. That would be if all the music spoke. Interesting!!! Nice day wishes Peter.

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  18. Such a beautiful sight on capture. And yet most often we are blind to it, when in person visiting the temples:)

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