A visit to blessing and bliss

Express News Service

HYDERABAD: Art fans, researchers and aficionados are tired of the overdose of too many exhibitions and reveals being held on digital platforms.

Many lengthy for a bodily go to to an artwork gallery and savour the opuses. And with regards to pictures placed on show on the partitions of an artwork gallery the expertise creates a distinct impact on guests.

That’s how on this unlock part four Samanyashastram Art Gallery, Manikondahas organised a pictures exhibition titled ‘Kashi’.

As the title is self-explanatory the images clicked are of the holy metropolis Kashi higher often known as Varanasi or Benaras.

This metropolis in Uttar Pradesh which pulls 1000’s of devotees yearly together with filmmakers, writers, photographers amongst different artwork practitioners. The metropolis can also be dwelling to Kashi Vishwanath Temple devoted to Lord Shiva. 

The 70 pictures being showcased on the gallery are by Hyderabad-based photographer Ramesh Babu Okay.

He says, “A pilgrimage is a journey, often into an unknown or foreign place, where a person goes in search of new or expanded meaning about their self, others, nature, or higher good, through the experience. It can lead to a personal transformation, after which the pilgrim returns to their daily life.”

At the identical time, he feels that the pandemic has pressured individuals to obsessively assume and speak about dying so his photographs attempt to steadiness the equation of life and dying. He went to Varanasi within the month of February and captured photographs not simply of temples however of life within the streets and on the banks of river Ganga as properly.

He shares, “When you go to a place like Kashi, it’s all about life after death and the mystery surrounded with death, not the horror. You see life pouring all around and that’s when you hold it as snippets.”

The pictures characteristic not simply women and men however natural world as properly. One of the images encompasses a tiny yellow-beaked mynah sitting close to the clay plates that are provided to the useless. Another options canine on the ghats.

The exhibition is on until October 31 from 2 pm to eight pm

— Saima Afreen
 saima@newindianexpress.com
 @Sfreen

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