GODAVARI GHAT @ PANCHAVATI, NASHIK
The KUMBHA MELA festival, known as the largest peaceful gathering, occurs once in 12 years as per Hindu calendar and is marked by participation of ‘sadhus’ from different denominations (akhadas), and lakhs of devotees. Kumbh is also known for the religious bath and colourful processions.
“This is not a common dip but the dip of immense faith which washes away all the evils and brings good luck,” said Jayant Shikhre, chairman of Trimbakeshwar Purohit Sangh.
Nashik is known for Pilgrim city since ancient times. Lord Rama has spent time at this place. Ramkund – Nasik Religious places. The ‘Ganges’ of the south, Ramkund in the sacred river Godavari, draws countless pilgrims every year.
In every fourteen years MAHAKUMBHA MELA HAPPENS AT THIS HOLY PLACE!
The Ghat, here is very nice place, with some ancient temples and buildings, draws attention of many watercolor artists and yes it has supported many artists. You can compose many frames here the sky is limit! Here in this album I had tried to capture a morning scene of these holy Ghats, To maintain ancientness I had tried to shoot this place in two tone colors enjoy!
- Timeless Ghats (kgsphilosophy.wordpress.com)