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Dambulla Cave Temple is The Sistine Chapel of the Buddhism World

Dambulla Cave Temple is The Sistine Chapel of the Buddhism World

I haven’t been to many Buddhist temples but I can surely claim that Dambulla Cave Temple is The Sistine Chapel of the Buddhism world. And I’ve been to both. Everything inside this Buddhist temple – from its craggy floors to its painted walls and roof and life-size statues – is incredibly magnificent! It is also […]

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The Monks at Lama Temple

I’ve been photographing a lot of people lately. People seems to fascinate me; their facial expressions, their wrinkles, their skin, their color, their eyes—everything. Even the way how they react to my lenses when they found out they’re the object of my affection. Last week, I saw these monks at Lama Temple / Yonghegong (Palace […]

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Japan: Fushimi-inari Temple

Day 11: Fushimi-inari Temple Staying in Nara for less than 24 hours, is, of course, not advisable. Though Nara is just a small city with narrow roads (like other japanese cities), it’s parks and alleyways are to be consumed by walking. I did walk for an hour in the morning and was pretty impressed with […]

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Todai-ji Temple in Nara

Nara is Japan’s first real capital. We arrived in this small city in late afternoon while the sunset struggled to shine behind the heavy nimbus clouds. It looked it’s gonna rain any moment, but we thought it’s gonna hold up there while we were exploring Todai-ji Temple and its surroundings. JAPAN IS THE LAND OF […]

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